Escape from your daily routine and explore the breathtaking uncrowded waves around Tanahbala Island, Indonesia with this surf camp! With an impressive array of both right and left, you can enjoy surfing in the nearby surf breaks that are located within a walking distance and have plenty of time to relax in the beachfront accommodation. Located on an unspoiled tropical beach with stunning surroundings and diverse surf breaks, this surf camp will make your trip to Indonesia unforgettable!
On this surf camp, you will be staying at Telo Surfcamp.
This surf camp will take place in Tanahbala Island, South Nias Regency, Indonesia. During the surf camp, you can surf every day in the three surf breaks that are located within a walking distance and some other surf breaks that are located farther.
Located in front of the accommodation, it is a fast and powerful right-hander with three tube sections and ripabble days.
Lado-Lado has right and left barrelling with A-frame as well as Hawaiian weight and style.
Nagadens is a barrelling right-hander. It is short, thick, and indicates when Pasti will pump.
Ibua is a big, heavy, and suicidal right-hander.
Kiri is a sinister left-hander. It is fast, shallow, and hollow. It is located on the opposite tip of Plankton Bay.
Baga is an island located in front of the surfing village. It is a ripaibble, long, and powerful left-hander with barrelling sections. It holds waves as big as the ocean throws.
Mibis is a long barrelling left. On the right tide, it is one connecting barrel all the way down the line. It is a mix of desert point and G-Land.
Bilakan is a long and shreddable right-hander that works on any swell. It is located behind Baga island.
Bahaia is a hair-raising left. It is fast and hollow, the area’s Teahupoo.
Rahasia is a fantastically fun left with amazing back door barrels.
Cewek's is a peak wave opening long which has easy walls to both sides inside a protected bay. It is an ideal spot to learn surfing.
Rokok's is a right and left breaking in the middle of the neighboring bay, in front of a small rock island.
Tanguh is a big and powerful right-hander, the first of three rights on the coast of Tantras.
Tantang is a fast, shallow, and hollow right-hander. It is less consistent, but the most challenging one.
Tantra is a right-hander with the first section of barrelling, then open up to a ripabble wall with another barrelling section toward the end.
Jauh is a long and ripabble left-hander, with good barrel sections set in a paradise bay. It is fast and hollow.
Facas is a very shallow, fast, and hollow left with amazing barrels. It is only for experienced surfers.
It is a very heavy right-hander that only works on big swells.
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Monthly recommended wetsuit
Three daily meals as well as water, tea, and coffee will be served for you during the surf camp.
Minangkabau International Airport
Please book your flight to arrive at Minangkabau International Airport (PDG). Transfer from and to the airport is included. Telo Surfcamp will pick you up from the airport.
From Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS), you need to take transit flights to Soekarno–Hatta International Airport (CGK) before flying to Minangkabau International Airport (PDG). For international flights, AirAsia offers flights from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL) to Minangkabau International Airport (PDG).
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