Welcome to Indonesia and especially Bali. This is a "must visit" destination for surf travelers. Here's a little information about Indonesia in general.



There is an abundance of quality surf throughout Indonesia. Biggest swells usually occur from June to August, but this is not the rule, as huge waves can occur at any time, created from violent storm activities far off the Indian Ocean.

Being in the tropics, Indonesia has two distinct seasons. The wet season occurs from December through February. The west/north-west trade winds blow, creating great right handers on the eastern coasts of most islands in the swell window. In Bali, this is offshore on the Sanur-Nusa Dua side of the island.

The dry season is basically from March through November, where SE trade winds take over, creating offshore winds on the western coasts of the islands, and hence all the pumping lefts. The border months of the dry season (March and November), are characterized by variable wind and weather conditions.

These border months are a great time to travel to Indonesia to get quality, uncrowded waves.

Bali Surf Forecasts       ACCU Weather for Bali







The Surf House is equipped with Satellite TV, Internet access, stacks of Surf DVD's and CD's, and has a large, comfortable living room to hang out. Out back is a great BBQ area for those balmy nights after a day of surfing.





Our Bali Surf House is near Kuta Beach in a quiet middle class suburban area. Its clean, roomy and inviting with sleeping for 6 people - backpacker/homestay style.

Terry (from the USA) is our live-in guide and surf coach who takes care of all your needs. The rooms are serviced daily and a Balinese cook comes in everyday to prepare meals if you wish.

Our van and driver is on call every day to transport you to Kuta Beach which is less than 10 minutes away. We also have 2 full-time Balinese Beach Boys to ensure your beach experience in enjoyable.

   Airport Transfers
   All transport while in Kuta
   Surf House Breakfast and Dinner
   Fully guided by Surf Coach
   nternet/Satellite TV etc
   Night visits to the nightlife

Click here for a Surf Report 
from Indo Surf Lingo

This  site has stacks of detailed info on current surf conditions in Bali. Check the cool tide charts too.

Most of the best surf locations are found on outer islands with little or no facilities, and so boat access is the most suitable way of getting to these. 

There are a number of yacht charters that are currently running. We do not recommend local boat operators to take you to outer islands, as nobody monitors sea worthiness, and most local boat operators do not consider safety a key factor in their operations. 

You never know what you may be getting into as ocean conditions change rapidly.

We should also emphasize that even on many of the outer island land based locations, provisions of fresh usable water and foodstocks can not be guaranteed, and medical facilities are often inadequate. Thorough preparation is a necessity should you be considering spending time on your own in these remote regions. Do not take the attitude that you'll work it out at the time, because this is often NOT the case.

If you're considering very remote locations then a basic understanding of the Indonesian language is recommended. Take a look at Indo Surf and Lingo for some really helpful stuff.

With careful planning nothing is an impossibility.

Please remember to leave nothing behind and to be responsible, so that these areas will remain pristine for years to come. 

For information regarding your International flights go to EVA AIR they can handle everything for you.

TAIWAN SURF TOURS is now very excited to offer you this new destination. We make sure you are fully catered to and that you have a great time as our guest in Bali. Remember to check our Bali Fact Sheet for detailed information.

+886 952 910 985

+886 925 092 036

+886 939 752 202


Here are a few brief descriptions of some surf locations throughout Bali. 

Timor and Sumba
Lombok and Sumbawa
West Java
Jelo's, Hinakos and Nias
Bobby's Grajagan Surf Camp



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