Bali / G-Land

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.

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Seasons and Weather

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Because of it’s central location in the Indonesian archipelago, Bali can be used as a ‘jumping point’ to explore other areas.  However, no single island in Indonesia has a greater variety of world-class waves that are so easily accessible.  For every wave you have heard of or dreamed about on Bali, there are three or four other incredible surf spots that are less known and less crowded.

Surfers have seemingly spread to every corner of Indonesia but during all of this exploration, the attention on Bali has diminished while the quality of Bali’s surf has not.  While Bali may not be a ‘new’ destination, it is still offers up pumping surf and a unique culture unlike anywhere else on the planet.

Bukit Peninsula offers a variety of accommodation options that are far from the hustle and bustle of Kuta. The west side of the Bukit Peninsula is one massive long left reef broken up into smaller individual waves.  Uluwatu to Kuta is only a 30-minute drive, so it is easy to stay in Uluwatu and go into Kuta for shopping or nightlife, or stay in Kuta and head out onto the peninsula to explore the surf.

G-Land on Java is almost a ‘rite of passage’ for surfers visiting on trips to Bali. An easy overnight transfer or morning boat trip can land you along one of the most legendary left reef breaks in the world, well deserving of its reputation.