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Come and join KIMASurf in this surf camp in Bali! During this surf camp, surfing sessions will be accompanied by a particular attention to a genuine Bali feeling in Seminyak. You will enjoy daily surfing with inclusive guiding, as well as optional daily trips. Explore Bali with fellow surfers of a similar level and relax in one of the most beautiful places in the world as you learn or practice a challenging but exciting sport!
For your comfort before and after surfing, particular attention was paid to a genuine Bali feeling when designing the accommodation in Seminyak. Stylish double and four-bed rooms, each with their own bathroom and mini terrace, are located in the natural stone pool surrounded by a tropical garden. All rooms in Bali meet Western criteria and feature hot water and ventilation or air conditioning. The Robinson Crusoe design of the entire hotel site promises pure island lifestyle. The lounge with sofas and high fidelity equipment and DVD, plus the hammocks, invites you to relax and rest between surfing sessions. All guests have free Wi-Fi access. Relax with a movie at the air-conditioned mini-cinema with a large screen at your surf hotel in Bali.
If you prefer things a bit more exclusive, you can book a deluxe room with all modern comforts, such as air-conditioning, 32-inch LED-television with included surf movie collection, and DVD player with an extensive DVD library available at the front desk. Each room features a hairdryer, bathroom amenities, luxury bath towels, and deluxe bedding, as well as a big wardrobe with a work desk and personal safety deposit boxes. All rooms are situated on the ground floor of the main building and feature a semi-open bathroom with a small tropical garden.
The daybed on the small terrace in front of each room is the perfect place to read or relax between surf sessions. You will also be served breakfast on your terrace on request. It goes without saying that you will get the deluxe version of the breakfast with plenty of yummy extras to choose from.
The deluxe suites feature a king size bed in the master bedroom for a comfortable sleep and a spacious living area with a stylish and large sofa bed. They can easily accommodate four persons. The modern kitchenette with sink and refrigerator, as well as a dining table with four chairs, are integrated into the living area for more convenience.
A rotating flat screen between the master bedroom and the living area and a DVD player provide a relaxing escape between extensive surf sessions. A large selection of DVDs is available at reception. The interior is kept in a modern luxurious look and the accommodation features complimentary toiletries, deluxe bath towels, hair dryer, and cozy bedding, all of which will let you feel at home. Two small safes are provided in each suite, as well as an easily accessible storeroom for your luggage.
The suites are designed with the main entry door and also with sliding doors to the veranda. The 15-square-meter pool with pool bar is located directly in front of the suites and a private sun deck and a pool lounge ensure a relaxing time. A 20-square-meter chill-out Tipi offers you additional possibilities to sit and relax.
These two air-conditioned four-bed rooms are situated near the pool in the lumbung, a Balinese wooden bungalow with two stories and a traditional grass roof. Each room is equipped with two bunk beds, mosquito nets, and a safety deposit box for each guest.
The two-story deluxe dorms combine a Balinese traditional style with western comfort and each level includes two bunk beds. All deluxe dorm's guests share the spacious bathroom, which comes with an overhead shower. All bedrooms come with air conditioning and enough storage space. The small tropical garden provides an authentic Bali feeling. The maximum occupancy is eight persons per Lumbung.
The six-dorm room in a shared bungalow includes bunk beds, air-condition, safety box, shared bathroom, and pool area next to the bungalow. The bathroom area with restrooms and cold-hot showers are directly clinging to the bungalow. There is a stylish pool with pool bar and a 20-square-meter communal Tipi in front of your dorm, which will provide you with the ideal place for chilling out and socializing. The camp restaurant, additional chill out areas, and a second pool with Jacuzzi are located only a couple of steps away from your dorm.
The double or twin standard rooms are situated on the top floor of the main house, overlooking the natural stone pool and Jacuzzi. All rooms are equipped with safety deposit boxes for each guest, fan cooling, and en-suite bathroom. Mosquito nets are available on request at the front desk. It is a perfect place to read or relax.
The new air-conditioned superior rooms are located on the first floor of the new surf camp area and offer the perfect choice for those of you who like it a bit more exclusive. All rooms look over the new pool area with pool bar and are equipped with a king size bed and a small balcony with seating possibilities in the entrance area. A small desk, a 32-inch-LED flat screen, and a DVD player cater for relaxed breaks between your surf sessions. The modern and light interiors provide a comfortable atmosphere. Each superior room contains complementary toiletries, deluxe bath towels, hair dryer, cozy bedding, and a private safe. A 20-square-meter communal tipi offers you additional possibilities to sit and relax.
This native American style lodge, or tipi, comes with modern luxury. All tipis are air-conditioned with modern interiors, come with a king size bed, a large space for your belongings, a private safe, and a private shower outside. Many nations have been building similar tipi-style dwellings for centuries and the up to eight-meter high spire of the tipis ensure you a completely new type of accommodation and sleeping experience. Each tipi is fitted with a cold and hot shower; accessible by a private entrance.
Enjoy the opportunity to stay in a Native American style lodge coupled with modern luxury. Shared bathrooms and additional showers are located in close vicinity to the tipis. A communal tipi offers you additional possibilities to sit and relax; the ideal place for amusement between your surf sessions.
Organizer uses a progressive pricing system. Rates depend on how early or close to arrival date you are booking and room availability.
KIMASurf's big plus is that surf guiding is inclusive and happens twice a day. Every day, up to 16 trips daily are organized for all surf levels to various breaks around Bali. In other words, you can take part in at least two guided sessions per day. Small groups are divided into different skill levels, taking current tide, as well as swell and wind conditions into account.
Kima's well-trained surf guides always surf with you in the water, giving you tips, and showing you tricks. They are familiar with the island and will tell you everything you need to know about the spot, pointing out any potential hazards. The sessions are filmed and analyzed afterward three times a week. You can also join the theory lessons that are offered three times a week.
The guided surf tours are always adapted to the given conditions and depending on the swell, an odd, secret spot may come to light. Meanwhile, slightly more advanced beginners can surf a reef break at low swell and boast about conquering Uluwatu. With the guides' years of experience, you will always be at the right spot at the right time.
For your daily routine, select the surf sessions that suit you best from the digital surf planner at the surf resort in Seminyak the day before. If you have got a real itch for surfing and do not mind getting up for an early morning surf, you even get to enjoy more than two sessions a day. The surf guides will be pleased to help you to make your choices.
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.
We require at least minimum experience of surfing to be able to join the surf guiding sessions included in the room price. For absolute beginners / first-time surfers, joining the Learn-to-Surf course (additional 75 EUR for 3 x 2hrs on top of the package price) is mandatory to build basic skills.
The concept of the Kima Bali Surfaris encompasses the daily exploration of adjacent and further afield surf spots. Kima's years of Bali experience lead you to the island's best surf, such as the riff in Bingin, six kilometers of sandy beach at Kuta Beach or the shore break in Dreamland.
Depending on daily conditions, participants' wishes, and surf level, guests spread out across the island in small groups by car or boat. This allows you to take part in at least 14 surf sessions at different spots a week.
This surf camp takes place in Seminyak, Bali, Indonesia. 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.
A few minutes walk from your room are some legendary beach breaks such as HalfWay, Padma, Gado-Gado, and KuDeTa. These breaks are perfect for beginners and are an ideal contrast to the daily surfaris with the camp cars to all Bali surf spots. Numerous shops, bars, and restaurants are within walking distance. You can reach the party and shopping hotspot, Kuta, after a five-minute taxi ride or a 15-minute walk along the beach.
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The restaurant at the Seminyak surf camp is open from 07:00 to 23:00 and offers various international and local dishes created by an experienced chef. Delicious breakfast options, plus an upgrade to deluxe breakfast are available from 07:00 to 12:00. Free tea and coffee are available every day until 18:00. If you take part in an early morning surf session, you can swap your breakfast for a lunch or dinner snack.
Included in the surf camp price is the standard breakfast with a choice of fresh fruit juices, fruit salads, or pancakes as starters, and main courses such as eggs of any style or fried noodles. For 5 EUR per day, you can pimp your standard breakfast to a deluxe spread. You will receive a wider selection of breakfast options, such as freshly prepared smoothies, muesli, bagels, Nutella, and more. It is the perfect start for your surf day.
The cost of living in Bali is pretty low. A healthy and filling meal will cost around 3 EUR. The obligatory evening beer on the beach is likely to be the most expensive thing on the healthy Indo food menu. Fruit salads, nasi, or mie goreng (fried rice or noodles) can be bought for under 2 EUR, even on the most remote beaches.
In Seminyak, there are plenty of good restaurants with high-quality food that cater to Western tastes. You will find all sorts of food including German, Persian, Italian, Japanese, Greek, or Brazilian, plus international fast food chains, of course.
Get to know Bali on your own with one of the minibusses (minimum three guests), jeeps, and mountain bikes that are available free of charge for island tours or other activities. Just check for availability. You can hire a scooter with a board carrier for a few euros per day. A driver can be organized at reception for short trips to the supermarket or the ATM. An international driver’s license is necessary for all vehicles.
KIMASurf offers a different island tour every day for those looking to explore inland Bali, providing you with one or more vehicles and a driver for a small fee. The itineraries include tours to the volcano lakes along rice terraces, stopping at old temple sites and waterfalls. Sometimes, several guests spontaneously decide to go on a trip together, sharing both fun and costs. These tours can only be booked on site.
Experienced shapers manufacture custom made surfboards exclusively for surf camp participants. Your board can be ordered according to individual wishes (size, weight, surf level, dimensions required) in various colors and designs. All boards come with an ESS board bag. There are special Kima discounts on fins, leashes, and foot pads. The prices start at 339 EUR per board.
Hindu Bali offers a great number of ancient temple sites, royal palaces, and rice terraces inland, but also shopping and dining options or trendy hotspots in the coastal cities. Sports enthusiasts can choose from a wide variety of activities such as diving, wakeboarding / kiteboarding, stand-up paddling, volcano trekking, rafting, mountain biking, or climbing giant trees.
There is private surf coaching for every surfing level. During a two-hour intensive session with an experienced guide and photographer, you can improve your surf style on the whole and maybe even learn the odd trick. The surf guide will be with you in the water to give you general tips and advise you on wave selection and maneuvering.
The entire session will be filmed and photographed so that during the analysis, you have the chance of recognizing your own mistakes or weaknesses. You will also get advice on how to avoid these in the future. Package includes spot transfer, spot instruction, intensive one-to-one coaching, two-hour surf session, video coaching plus analysis, and photo and video on CD. The cost is 79 EUR per person, per session for 2 hours.
If you have always wanted to try out kite surfing, the Kima Surfari is the perfect opportunity. The camps are not far from the best kite spots in Bali which usually work best in July and August. With a three-level program, you will be shown the techniques you need to get into the swing of things six meters above the water.
In case you are a licensed kitesurfer already, you can hire just the equipment at reasonable prices as well. Package includes hotel transfers, equipment, drinking water, two-hour lesson per level, and insurance. The cost is 69 EUR per person.
With the international licensed Surf School in Bali, qualified tuition for the rookies is offered. The special recipe is first the basics and then move on to learning by doing, one sure way of getting hooked on surfing. This package consists of three-day surf school, where you will learn the basics, such as paddling, turning your board, and techniques to get you back on your feet.
The Learn to Surf package is the ideal way to connect into the guided tours. After and parallel to the surf school classes, you can already take part in the guided tours for beginners to practice with surf guides. Training is three days, two hours, in small groups with individual supervision, transfer, equipment, sunscreen, and water. The cost is 75 EUR per person.
Explore Bali’s amazing landscape in a different way and discover places you normally would never go to. Tracks with different level of difficulty will lead you through small villages, dirt and jungle tracks, rice paddies, steep slopes, and through rivers. An experienced team of guides will accompany you and plenty of helpers of villages nearby will help you to pull yourself and your bike out of the mud if necessary.
The vehicle fleet consists of modified and well-maintained Kawasaki KLX 150cc dirt bikes and some off-road suitable Yamaha 125cc motor scooters with automatic transmission for the inexperienced rider. A complete set of protection gear such as boots, helmets, knee and elbow braces, as well as pants, gloves, and jerseys will be provided. The cost is 79 EUR per person.
If you are also interested in what is going on underneath your surfboard, you can check out Bali’s underwater world with a licensed dive masters. The coral reefs in the Blue Lagoon at Padang Bai are fascinating with their blaze of colors and diversity of species.
The wreck of USAT Liberty, a US marine freight ship sunk in 1942 by a Japanese submarine is living history. Manta Point, Shark Point, or the Mola Mola Bai are other countless diving spots off Bali. The cost is 85 EUR per day, inclusive of two dives.
Originally, stand up paddling was just an easy way for surf instructors on Hawaii to get back and fore from the shore to the reefs using a paddle. In the meantime, stand up paddling has become a trend sport with more and more fans, the perfect combination of fitness and fun.
With KIMASurf camps and your own instructor, you will stand up and paddle over the ocean and ride your first wave on your stand up board. Package includes hotel transfers, equipment, drinking water, two-hour lesson per level, and insurance. The cost is 39 EUR per person.
Make your way through the treetops, from tree to tree and platform to platform. Experience Bali and its flora and fauna from an altitude of 30 meters and get a real kick abseiling your way down. This is suitable for all age groups and fitness levels. The package includes transport to Tree Top Park, entrance into the Bedugul Botanic Garden, and return to surf camp. Drinks and snacks can be had en route at reasonable prices. The cost is 39 EUR per person and a minimum of two persons is required.
The trekking tour to the Gunung Agung volcano, which last erupted in 1963, offers the ideal sports offset to your week’s surfing. Take off on a challenging Bali volcano crest at more than 3100 meters. This trekking tour will take about six hours of climbing. Sturdy shoes are a must. Alternatively, you also can do a trekking tour on the smaller Mount Batur which is far easier and takes from two to three hours to climb.
All tours start at night in order to reach the summit at sunrise. This way, you can enjoy the amazing view over Bali and Lombok at its best. All volcano trekking tours are only in dry season, from March to November. The tour includes transport to the volcano, trekking tour with torches, provisions en route, and return to surf camp. The cost is 59 EUR per person; 49 EUR per person if the group has three persons.
In Bali, quite rare, but just in case the waves happen to be too small, the wakeboarding special is just the job. You will be taken to the Wake Park Bali where you will have access to the brand new facilities. You will see all the tricks, from bunny hop to indie aerial. Package includes hotel transfers, equipment, towel, drinking water, and four-hour access pass for 59 EUR per person.
Experienced yogis know that yoga gives you a better balance, both physically and psychologically. During your stay, you can book a private session with an experienced guru. Whatever you like such as sunrise yoga on the beach or breathing exercises in the jungle. It is whatever you want. The one-hour private yoga classes will take place either at the surf camp, on the beach, or in a yoga center nearby, and will be arranged on location. The price for a private yoga class is 35 EUR, maximum of four people.
Ngurah Rai International Airport
Transfer available for additional US$17 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.
For stays shorter than five nights the cost is 15 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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