Bali - Surfing

Bali Surfing

The art of surfing was first observed by Europeans in 1767, by the crewmembers of the Dolphin at Tahiti. Later, Lieutenant James King, wrote about the art, when completing the journals of Captain James Cook upon Cook’s death in 1779. When Mark Twain visited Hawaii in 1866 he wrote “In one place we came upon a large company of naked natives, of both sexes and all ages, amusing themselves with the national pastime of surf-bathing. Surfing is the term is used for a surface water sport in which the person surfing moves along the face of a breaking ocean wave (the “surf”). However, surfing is not restricted to saltwater, but can sometimes take place on rivers, using a standing wave. The main use of the word “surfing” is for riding waves using a board on which the surfer stands. Other forms include bodyboarding, in which the individual riding the wave only partly raises his upper body from the board surface, and from bodysurfing, where no board at all is used. Two major subdivisions within contemporary stand-up surfing are longboarding and shortboarding, reflecting differences in surfboard design and riding style.

(source: wikipedia.org)

Bali Surfing Locations

Surf Spot Quality Direction Type of Break Level
Airport’s right and left reef-coral all surfers
Amed – Matias point left beach-break experienced
Balangan left reef-coral experienced
Bali Tropic right and left reef-rocky experienced
Balian right and left reef-rocky all surfers
Berawa left reef-rocky all surfers
Bingin left reef-coral experienced
Bluffs right reef-rocky pros and kamikaze
Buitan right reef-rocky all serfers
Canggu right and left reef-rocky all serfers
Ceningan Point left point-break experienced
Dayanapura / Seminyak right and left beach-break all serfers
Dreamland right and left beach-break experienced
Ewan’s Left left reef-coral experienced
Geger left reef-coral experienced
Green ball right reef-coral experienced
Impossibles left reef-coral pros or kamikaze
Jimbaran Shorey right and left beach-break experienced
Kartika right and left beach-break experienced
Keramas Beach right and left reef-rocky experienced
Ketewel right reef-rocky pros or kamikaze
KU DE TA – Semyniak right and left sand-bar all surfers
Kuta Beach right and left beach-break beginners
Kuta Reef left reef-coral experienced
Lacerations (Nusa Lembongan) right reef-coral experienced
Legian Beach right and left beach-break experienced
Lower Temples left reef-coral experienced
Medewi left point-break all surfers
Middles left reef-coral experienced
Mushroom beach (Nusa Lembongan) right and left reef-coral experienced
Nikko Hotel right reef-coral experienced
Nusa dua right reef-coral experienced
Nyang-Nyang right and left reef-coral experienced
Padang Galak right and left beach-break all surfers
padang padang left reef-coral pros and kamikaze
Pererenan right and left beach-break all surfers
Playgrounds (Nusa Lembongan) right and left reef-coral all surfers
Pulakan (medewi) Rights right rivermouth experienced
Rice paddies right reef-coral experienced
right hander reef right reef-coral experienced
Sanur – Grand Hyatt right reef-coral experienced
Secret right reef-coral experienced
Serangan right and left reef-coral all surfers
Shipwrecks right reef-coral experienced
Sri Lanka right reef-coral all surfers
Tanah Lot left reef-rocky all surfers
Tandjungs right and left reef-coral experienced
Temples left reef-rocky experienced
Uluwatu left reef-coral experienced
yehleh right and left point-break all surfers
BALI LEARN TO SURF

Bali Learn To Surf

Location: Kuta
tel. +62 7922922 / +62 761896 ext.8116
e-mail: info@balilearntosurf.com
www.balilearntosurf.com
Service: we provide beginner and intermediate surf lessons

Big kahuna Surf School

Location: Jln. Pantai Kuta
tel. + 62 361 765 081 or +62 81337 271 520
e-mail: inquiries@bigkahunasurfschool.com or wulandari_retno@yahoo.com
www.bigkahunasurfschool.com
Service: surfing lesson, beginner course 2,5 hours, full day course ( intermediate ) 5 hours, hang ten 3 days course ( 6 lesson )15 hours

marcos perez

Marcos Perez

Location: Bali
tel. +62 81 9999 55884
e-mail: mp.paddlesurfbali@gmail.com
www.balisupschool.com
Service: sup lessons

KIMA Bali Surf Camps and Surfaris

KIMA Bali Surf Camps and Surfaris

Location: Seminyak, Canggu, Balangan, Padang
tel. +62 361 736 737
e-mail: office@kimasurf.com
www.kimasurf.com
Service: video coaching and analysis, boat shuttle to the outer reefs, surf theory, surf equipment for rent

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