Fiji is a tropical paradise with perfect weather and water conditions 70 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit all year around during the winter season here is from April through October and this produces typical big waves 8 to 10 feet, the summer surf season from November through March produces shorter swells and softer winds. The winter months are for more advanced surfers and the summer are better from beginners but they still have to watch out for the coral reefs which are where the breaks occur over. Surfing Cloudbreak is a hot surf spot Cloudbreak has been voted one of the 10 most challenging waves to ride. It is reportedly a left reef wind breaking with barreling waves that can reach up to 20 feet and it has been said that even if the waves are small in size the speed isn’t. Another hot surf spot is Wilkes which is northwest and here right barrels blow through. On the southern tip of the island you have villa style accommodations, where you can see the surf spots from and sunrises and sunsets as well.