Bali’s Top Surfing Destinations

All around the world, Bali’s beaches are renowned. You can so easily have a wonderful time in a setting that is simply magnificent. You will enjoy some of the most interesting opportunities for various travel activities you may want to enjoy. One of the big activities that many do not know much about is surfing. The surfing experience in Bali is one that you definitely want to take into account. The beaches below are options that you absolutely have to consider, no matter what, when surfing in Bali.

Nusa Lembongan

Nusa Lembongan

A favorite of the Bali Travel Blog, this is a relatively small island that is found around 20 km away from the eastern beach of Bali. A speedboat trip to the island will only take around 1 hour. There are also some cruise ships that will take you there. In this case, you want to see how much time is available if you want to enjoy surfing. Sometimes with the cruises time is highly limited.

Nusa Lembongan is definitely wonderful for surfing because of the constant beneficial weather. At the same time, the natural panorama will make you want to take as many pictures as possible. Scuba diving and snorkeling are also available. We should also say that surfing here is quite comfortable as there won’t be large crowds that you will have to deal with. The best surfing period is between the months of April and October. This is where maximum height is achieved.

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Serangan Beach

Serangan Beach

This is a beach that is found in a small island that is close to Denpasar. The destination is relatively close to the capital. What is interesting is that the area is not that crowded, definitely not like Sanur and Kuta. Surfers from local areas and from other countries see the beach as a favorite spot. Waves are great for beginners as height will range from 4 to 6 feet. You want to wake up early since the best surfing is definitely in the morning between the months of November and April.

Kuta Reef

Kuta Reef

The Kuta Beach is definitely known all around the world. What many do not know is that the surfing here is also pretty good. You will find the reef in front of the beautiful Sandhi Pala Motel, around 800 meters towards offshore. You want to combine the surfing here with reef activities. The reef is available via boat. Rentals are available whenever you want them.

Uluwatu

Uluwatu Surfing

You will find this in the Northern Bali region, close to Pura Uluwatu. The surfing experience is of the highest possible quality but you need to be advanced or a professional if you want to go there. This is because waves are pretty high. Surfing competitions are quite often held here. This is a statement that quality is high.

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Padang Galak

Padang Galak

This beach is referred to locally as Ketewel Beach. You should know that according to the specialists, this is the very best surfing beach that Bali has to offer at the moment. It is reachable by taxi. The ride will only take around 20 minutes from Denpasar. At the same time, the location is close to the city of Sanur. Tourists do love surfing here, with many visiting from Japan.

Medewi Beach

Medewi Beach

In the Jembrana regency you will be able to go surfing in Medewi Beach. The beach is really easy to access and all that is necessary is driving or taking a taxi for around 2 hours from the city of Denpasar. Because of the small difficulty in reaching the destination, the crowds will not be many here. Waves here are perfect for both the professional surfer and the amateur surfer. Make sure that you seriously consider surfing at the Medewi Beach during the morning.

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