Uluwatu is the most famous wave in Bali for experienced surfers, with different tides as The Peak, Temple, Outside Corner and Inside Corner, with a unique central location of Uluwatu, with 3 coastal directions. Outside Corner in Uluwatu is considered as one of the best waves in the world, which doesn’t break unless the swell is at least 8’ of the ranch, attracting international pro surfers for fun and competitions. The Sunday sunset party at Single Fin gives you one of the best sunsets of the island, whereafter a great night out starts. The best time to surf in Uluwatu is from April-October.
Choosing between surfing in Bali or Lombok comes down to personal preferences, but your skill level should also come into play. Are you looking for challenging waves and an active party scene, or do you want a more relaxed ambiance, authentic vibes, and virgin beaches?
Are you ready to charge bigger waves that pack more power, work on your aerials and turns on challenging sections, and hone your tube riding skills? Indonesia is one of the best places on the planet to improve your surfing.
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.