Bali is the mystical Island of 1000 Temples - and hundreds of waves. Some of the names are familiar - Uluwatu, Padang-Padang, Bingin, Kuta, Sanur - and for good reason. No region in Indonesia has a broader variety of world-class waves that are so easily accessible.
La Walon is within walking distance of Kuta Beach. Think of Ocean Beach in San Francisco: miles and miles of a-framing peaks, but tropical and an easier paddle.
Puri Uluwatu Villas is situated atop the low hills of Uluwatu Village. With a private path down to the surf, Puri Uluwatu is a great place for surfers and vacationers alike.
The Kartika Plaza Hotel is the perfect place to stay for surfers wanting to get into the Bali thing. Just meters south of the hotel, Kuta Reef, Airport Rights and Airport Lefts are a good introduction to the kinds of long, fast, powerful reef waves lurking farther up the Bukit Peninsula.
Located on the cliffs overlooking Suluban Beach -which is also known as the final “Racetrack” section of Uluwatu - Blue Point Bay Villas is conveniently located within a few miles of a half dozen of the most perfect waves on earth.
Bobby’s surf camp is an outpost of civilization, safety and sanitary sanity in a jungle that is often none of the above.