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Bali’s Most Amazing Surf Spots for the Summer

Bali is one of the most beautiful islands in the world, and although it is known for its honeymoon hotspots and tropical getaways, it is also a secret surfer’s paradise. From stunning beaches and spectacular sunsets to glorious food and sublime hospitality, the island of Bali is home to some of the best surf in the Indian Ocean, and whether you’re a beginner or a pro, there are always new and exciting things to do!

Although Bali’s Lebih Beach has suffered some terrible erosion over the last few years, the rest of the shoreline is in pristine condition. Thousands of people from all over the globe make their way here to catch the best surf, and end up staying for weeks on end to experience the rest of the island’s culture and hospitality.

Before you go looking for your ultimate surfing experience, however, you will need to get a feel of the waves. This means finding a part of the beach that suits your level, or you could end up in a whirlpool full of waves, rocks and seaweed. Why not take a look at some of the best surfing spots in Bali and see what stretch of shoreline suits you!

Kuta Beach – Beginner to Intermediate

All surfing beginners are advised to set up shop on Kuta Beach. Not only is the shoreline full of beginners’ classes and easy to use surfboards, but the waves are pretty calm too, meaning you can practise at any time of the day. Kuta Beach is also close to the main nightlife hotspots, so when you’ve had enough of falling off your surfboard, you can get a nice juicy cocktail only a short walk away! When it comes to safety, this beach has lifeguards at multiple points across the beach, ensuring you’re swiftly picked out of the water if things get a little rough.

Canggu Beach – Beginner to Intermediate

This beach also provides beginner to intermediate levels of surf, however the beginners’ courses tend to be a little more challenging due to the tougher waves. If you’ve never surfed, these waves are still manageable, and the instructors on this beach are more than accommodating. Located about 30 minutes from Kuta Beach, Canggu benefits from spectacular coral reefs and long warm days; however, there are no party hotspots in the vicinity. On the up side, the intermediate surf is some of the best on the island.

Keramas – Intermediate to Expert

Now on to the hard stuff – Keramas is the place to be if you’re looking for some surfing excitement in Bali. A short walk from Gianyar, this beach is quietly hidden away on the southern side of the island, and over the years has become one of the best surfing hotspots in Bali. Benefiting from an excellent reef break, Keramas Beach provides constant waves as well as a big swell, and expert surfers from all over Indonesia make their way here throughout the year. In order to catch the best waves, intermediates are advised to get on the beach between 6am and 8am – any time after this and the onshore winds may affect the barrel.

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