Bali - General Information
The words ‘Bali’ and ‘surfing’ have gone hand in hand for over 40 years. Bali is also world renowned for its consistency, variety and number of awesome breaks.
Bali gets surf most of the year, during the dry season of April to October, the trade winds favour the west coast. During the wet season of November to March, the tides and winds favour the east coast, mainly around Nusa Dua and Sanur. The most popular area of Bali for surf is around Uluwatu. The unique geography of this area means you can get a selection of left hand breaks on one side of the Bukit Peninsula; or drive for 20 minutes and get a selection of right hand breaks around the other side. But there are many other options to discover in and around Bali.
Bali is also one of the best places for beginners as there is a number of suitable beach breaks, with some surf camps including lessons in their packages.
Accommodation choices are outstanding, with an uncountable number of options for every standard, and every budget......surf camps; party hotels; 5 star resorts; and luxury villas great for groups of couples or families. There are also many alternative activities and tours available when you need a break from surfing or for non surfing partners and family members.
Are you planning the holiday of a lifetime, a honeymoon, a family holiday with something different or just getting some mates together and don’t want to battle the tourists or stay in a hotel? Bali is fast becoming the 'Villa Capital of the World'! There is the most amazing range of villas for the size of the island, and it is proving to be a much preferred choice of accommodation for travelers to Bali.
We can organise a villa for you that matches the lifestyle that you want on your holiday, whether it be overlooking rice fields, beachfront, cliff top, riverside, mountainside or close to the trendy shops and restaurants of Seminyak.
Most villas have a collection of experienced staff to suffice your every need, like your own private chef to cook up some tantalizing meals, or a your own personal driver to take you wherever your want to go, not to mention you won’t have to lift a finger to clean or worry about security, it’s all taken care of. And if you don’t want to go out for a massage, masseuses can even be arranged to come to you at your villa.
In a villa you can have your own private pool, lounge rooms, dining rooms, outdoor areas, kitchens – so different to being confined to a small hotel room….
So if you are after your own private oasis, we can organise a villa to match your needs. Whether it be a 2 bedroom budget style, a family friendly 3 or 4 bedroom, or luxurious 5 or 6 bedroom villas for a group of couples.
Nusa Lembongan – General Information
Nusa Lembongan is the quintessential Balinese surf destination that you've dreamed about, away from the 24 hours of in ya face partying and sleepless nights of Kuta. Lembongan is a laid back destination where time - and busy roads - don't exist. It also happens to have some great surf spots. With surf breaks known as Lacerations and Razors you should know what to expect, though there are a couple of mellower reefs such as Playgrounds and Cheningan, a great longboard wave.
The wet summer season is offshore on Nusa Dua- Sanur east side of the island, with north-west winds usually from early December to late March. This is the least crowded season for surfers. Although rain averages 2 inches a day in January and February, there can still be weeks of sunny weather with perfect surf.
Between seasons can be less predictable, but there are usually offshore waves somewhere on the island. The largest swells reliably arrive mid-winter form roaring forties weather fronts in the southern Indian ocean, although tropical cyclones during summer can send up a few days of solid swell.