While Bali has always renown for beautiful sunsets, charming beaches, lush rice fields, and majestic temples. However, they are not the only things that makes Bali super popular. This island is home to some of the best surf breaks in the world. Bali has always something cooking in the ocean and its diverse coastal regions provides wide range of surfing breaks for all level of surf. And this is why you’d definitely love to have a surfing holiday at one of surf camp in Bali.
Surf Camp Bali is Greatly Diverse and International
Most of surfers at surf camp Bali come from different nationalities. On a single stay at the surf camp, you’ll probably meet with surfers from Portugal, Aussie, Korea, France, and many else. You know how sociable surfers can get when they are around with each other. It’s nice to experience diversity while you are on holiday! Also, English is widely spoken by people in the tourism industry so you don’t have to worry about communication barrier. If you come from non-english speaking country, this will be great to hone your english skills.
One Stone Throw Away from Surfing Beaches
Most surf camps in this island are literally one throw away from the beaches. Well, sometimes it’s ten to five minutes away by scooter ride, but it’s still pretty close! Also, many scooters at scooter rental in Bali has modified with two “hooks” at one of the side so you can conveniently bring your surf board along with the bike ride.
Nice and Reliable Weather for Surfing
The weather in Bali is amazing! The sky is clear and sunny for almost the whole year. During April to November, almost any day is a good day. The wet season usually only last from January to early March. The rain usually short and sweet, leaving the rest of the day bright and perfect for surf. On some exceptional days the rain showers for a whole day, but this generally happens only two to three times a month. Bali’s wet season tend to be refreshing rather than stormy like the majority of Southeast Asia region.
Simpler Surfing Gears
With sunny and reliable weather comes simpler surfing gears. You don’t have to bring thick wetsuit, head caps, or surfing gloves as simple rash guards and bikini will do. Shortie is the most popular wetsuit to use in Bali. Also, your surf camp in Bali will most likely provide the gears you need. That means you don’t have to bring board, fins, or even leash.
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Bali offers all of the convenience and comfort of refined Southeast Asian holiday experience at almost budget price. Seminyak might be laced with lavish boutique hotels and villas, but Canggu, Kuta, and Bukit Peninsula are generally much cheaper. Not to mention that Canggu has some of the best breaks in Bali!
Delicious Breakfast at Surf Camp Bali
Trying Indonesian meals is a must when you are staying at surf camp Bali! Your surf camp Bali usually feature some of the best local dishes on the menu, though you can always opt for western cuisine. Satay, rendang, and traditional fried chicken is a must try. Aside of that, Bali is also known for having the best smoothies and smoothie bowl, given to plentiful fruits available on the island.