Bali is known as one of the best places in the world to surf. The best time to catch some world-class waves in Bali is during the dry season (May to September) when the famous waves of Uluwatu, Padang Padang, Canggu, and Impossibles are at their best and the water is warmest. When you're a beginning surfer, some of these waves could be a bit too challenging, but no worries, you can easily book a surf camp outside of peak season, as Bali has great beginner waves all year around. Choose your favorite surf camps in Bali and combine it with side activities as yoga, detox, or cooking classes.
With so many waves within such a small area, Bali is a great place to learn to surf and enhance your skills. From first-timers to progressing surfers and pros, there’s a spot for all.
Also known as the ‘Island of 1,000 Temples’, locals believe Bali is blessed by the gods. With 271 miles (437 km) of coastline, idyllic beaches, epic barreling waves, a surfer-friendly community, and laid-back atmosphere, it certainly seems to be.
Bali, the Island of the Gods, is blessed with an abundance of almost everything – food, landscape, culture, spirituality, and waves. It is a swell magnet and a surfer’s mecca.