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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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Going to Bali this summer for 6 weeks! - Hi there!!! We are 3 spongers from England going for a 6week trip to Bali arriving on the 15June leaving the 25th July! Any suggestions as to where to start out???? We will be visiting other islands aswell during our stay!
Longboards in Bali - Louise, I surfed Playgrounds at Nusa Lembongan in July 2003 on a longboard. Easy wave for anyone with the odd barrel around. Take booties and don't hog the waves and the locals will be cool. Stay at Coconuts Resort on the Island. Take a spare leash. Didn't surf on Bali so I can't comment on the waves there.
By virgin traveller
first timer - g'day fellas, being a first time traveller to bali i am wondering what sort of money i will need for a 30 day stay period, staying in budget to moderate style accomodation during the month of july. what sort of surf conditions can i expect, and when the crowds are big where am i likely to find an uncrowded quality surf break? waiting for your reply
stay away in july - Stay away in july if your not after 6 - 10 foot slabs of groomed indian ocean exploding into perfect hollow pits padang padang style. but feel free to knock on my door in the Troppo zone where i will be going troppo, especially Louise if you yourself enjoy going troppo. troppo is a fantastic word. see ya there july 6th onwards!
Too big inJuly? - I'm thinking of going to Bali in July, but I'm worried its too big and dangerous for me- I've surfed for a few years but i'm still learning. Are there many long-board'ish waves and are there spots where the swell is alot smaller? Thanks
- Nusa Dua's a good place to base yourself, but its the most expensive area so try Tanjung Benoa which is basically an area to side of Nusa Dua. If there's westerlies then Sri Lanka's should be working which is in tanjung benoa, if not Nusa Dua will def be putting some waves out which is down the road, if there's easterlies its easy to get from tanjung benoa to ulu's and the rest of the bukit peninsular! Otherwise Jimbaran is a convieniently located place to stay!
bali info - november will most likely be a bit rainy, w/west wind prevailing...which means the east side of the penninsula will be cleaner...to the fellow staying in kuta, you might want to consider staying closer to nusa dua (plenty of cheap accomodations) for at least part of your trip (note: if there's east wind, uluwatu/kuta side is offshore...if it's west wind, nusa dua side will have cleaner conditions)...play it by ear, feel it out...don't lock yourself in to a particular hotel...keep your options open. Whatever you do, try not to hit the reef!
off to bali - hey there,I'm of to bali november,for 10 days.Never been befor!!Wot's the surf like then...how much money do i take...Anyone been then please talk to me!!god speed,,
Location - I will be in Bali this coming September, staying in Kuta beach area. How long of a drive is it to Uluwatu? I plan on taking a taxi to get there unless there is a better, cheaper, safer way? Should I consider basing myself in a location other than Kuta beach? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Will be there for two weeks.
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