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Come to the Green Bowl Surf Camp Bali where you will get to surf with experienced surf guides or drive to world-famous spots of the Balinese southern peninsula. Enjoy a few days in paradise and treat yourself to a well-deserved break filled with exciting adventures, stunning beaches, and the adrenaline that can only come from the sea. Learn to surf or deepen your practice on one of Indonesia's most beautiful islands!
Due to its awesome cliff location, the surf resort offers an overwhelming sea view from almost every area and combines various architectural styles such as Javanese bungalows, various types of suites, and modern multi-bed rooms in Bali. The areas of the surf hotel in Bali were cleverly fitted into the cliff line and impress guests with white terrazzo floors.
The large pool surrounded by a lounge with a pool table, various chill-out floors, and a sun terrace are ideal for relaxing after the surf sessions. Of course, there is also a restaurant at Hotel Green Bowl in Bali, free Wi-Fi, and a large Balinese yoga pavilion where yoga lessons take place regularly.
Embedded in the heart of the surf resort is the five deluxe suites, completed in a stylish and modern way to fit in with the overall design of the surf resort. The suite provides all needed comforts; furnished with an extra large king-sized bed, air conditioning, private bathroom, and sun terrace. Thanks to its exquisite design, the suite offers plenty of space to relax in privacy, should one prefer to avoid the chill areas of the resort.
The stylishly furnished luxury penthouse suite is located in the upper sector of the surf resort. Its location offers a unique view. From the spacious sun terrace, one looks over the resort across the cliffs all the way to the ocean, all without anyone being able to see into the privacy of the suite.
The suite has an extra large king-sized bed, air conditioning, USB-television with DVD, and its own exquisite bathroom. The generous living space of the suite provides plenty of room and privacy to recharge the batteries after a surf session.
This stylish shared bedroom is located in the heart of the resort and provides three comfortable bunk beds. The room can lodge six people and offers air conditioning, private safes, and a private bathroom. From the surfers dorm, there is direct access to all facilities of the resort.
The Javanese bungalow stands on its own and has its own entrance, yet it is still located in the middle of the resort. The private sun terrace looks out to the ocean and is secluded from the rest of the resort.
The bungalow boasts two single beds and an air conditioning system. The private bathroom is hidden at the back of the bungalow and surprises with its opulent space and style. The entire bungalow radiates harmony and comfort thanks to its architectural style and privacy. It simply entices guests to relax.
Organizer uses a progressive pricing system. Rates depend on how early or close to arrival date you are booking and room availability.
At the Green Bowl Surf Camp Bali, you will get to surf the home break of the same name with experienced surf guides. You can also drive to the world-famous spots of the Balinese southern peninsula Bukit, which are only a brief journey from the resort. The guided surf tours take place six days a week and mainly focus on the surf spots nearby. Depending on the swell and wind conditions, you will also go to the surf spots that are further away, which entails a long drive.
If you do not have any surfing experience yet, you can book the surf school for beginners which takes place twice a day from Monday to Saturday. The surf guides know their way around the island and have expert knowledge about which spot offers the best surfing conditions at which tide and swell.
Guests talk about the plans for the following day over a joint dinner. This way, you are perfectly briefed for the first surf session in the next morning. The surf spots around the surf camp in Bukit are mainly suited to intermediate and advanced surfers, but even proficient beginners get their money's worth with little swell and high tides.
For beginners, the many semi-beach breaks on the resort's doorstep are ideal for riding your first green wave and improving your take-off.
For intermediate surfers, Bali has a whole series of soft reef breaks and semi-beach breaks in store. Many perfect waves nearby or famous spots a bit further away will push your skills, and you may even become an advanced surfer by the end of your stay.
Of course, it is also the advanced surfers that really get their money's worth on Bali. The best waves all around Bali are on the schedule: the legendary airport breaks and the classic Bali waves, such as Dreamland and Balangan or world-famous spots like Padang-Padang, Keramas, or Uluwatu.
This is not suitable for absolute beginners or first-time surfers.
Guided surf tours take place six days a week and mainly focus on the surf spots nearby. Depending on the swell and wind conditions, you may visit a further away surf spot.
This surf camp takes place in Bukit, Green Bowl, in Bali. With a total surface area of some 5,600 square meters, Bali is one of the smaller spice islands of Indonesia, the world’s largest archipelago. Following a struggle for independence, the former Dutch colony has been part of the Republic of Indonesia since 1945.
A hero of the freedom army from those days, Ngurah Rai, is still greatly admired, and the airport in Bali’s capital city Denpasar is named after him. Before Bali’s attraction for tourism was discovered, the population lived almost exclusively from fishing, cultivation of rice, coffee, tobacco, and spices. The fertility of the soil means that up to three harvests a year are possible.
Nowadays, Bali’s coastal regions are fairly touristy, with a highly developed infrastructure, particularly in the south of the island. Cinemas, restaurants, internet cafés, shopping malls, and hospitals with Western standards have been established around the hotspots Kuta, Denpasar, and Nusa Dua.
However, large stretches of the interior around the volcanoes and the north and east coast still boast an unspoiled nature. And here, traditional Balinese village life, Kampung, is still very much alive. The breathtaking scenery with its luxuriant, tropical vegetation and the famous rice terraces is the setting for ancient ceremonies and worship. The mystical atmosphere is still evident.
Kuta is located approximately a one-hour drive from the surf resort. Here, you will find shopping malls, countless clubs, restaurants, cinemas, and it is claimed, the world's highest density of surf shops.
Perfect waves aside, Bali’s unique scenery will put a spell on you with its waterfalls, rice terraces, temples, volcanos, and lakes. These are just some of the many great destinations that you can visit.
The cooks will treat you to a rich breakfast in the morning and whip up delightful local and international dishes in the evening. While you can order and eat the daily breakfast individually, which is included in the price, the camp usually has dinner together. Dinner is also included on weekdays.
The restaurant serves local and international menus for dinner, always with vegetarian options and prepared freshly from Monday to Friday. Further cafés, restaurants, and smaller food stands are within a short driving distance.
Ngurah Rai (Bali) International Airport
Transfer available for additional US$20 per person
Please book your flight to arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS). Transfer from and to the airport is included for stays of five or more nights. KIMASurf will pick you up from the airport.
Transfer from and to this airport is available upon request for stays shorter than five nights; the cost is 18 EUR per person for a one-way ride. Please make sure that you send KIMASurf your flight details at least 48 hours before arrival.
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