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5 Best Surf Spots in Bali

 

5 Best Surf Spots in Bali

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Bali is not only famous because of its beauty, but also for surfing. At least every surfer has to visit Bali once in their lifetime, and most of surfers return again and again and again. Why, if you ask? The answer is simply because Bali has something to offer everyone, which is a wave that suitable for complete beginners, who’s still completely learning to surf and to the hardcore surfers looking for long rides’ barrels. 

If you are on a plan for doing vacation and surfing time in Bali, then here we are a wrap of 5 Best Surf Spots in Bali, you can visit after you touch the ground of Land of the Gods: 

1. Medewi Beach (Pantai Medewi) 

5 Best Surf Spots in Bali

Located in far north on the Island’s west coast (around 3 hours from Kuta Beach, one of the most famous Beach in Bali even for Indonesian), this beach once was a secret beach in Bali. Although to reach this beach requires a bit of long drive, you will not disappointed! 

Around this beach you’ll discover black pebble-sands (and rocks too), which is very beautiful if you see it with your own eyes. 

Many believe that waves in Medewi have longest waves in Bali and he longest left-hand point break – plus this beach also has two epic surf spots! 

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Some say that Medewi is suitable for beginners, others intermediate and advanced surfers. 

2. Padang-Padang Beach (Pantai Padang-Padang) 

5 Best Surf Spots in Bali
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IF you follow the yearly events of Rip Curl Cup Padang Padang, then you will recognize this beach is one of the many beaches in Bali, which have perfect wave for surfing. 

Padang-padang beach (the locals refer this beach as Pantai Labuan Salit) is famous due to the insane barrels it seems to spit out, like ALL THE TIME (It draws in surfers from all around the world due to it too you know!). 

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Although you need to be an expert conquer the waves in Padang-Padang Beach, this beach also have a Baby Padang Beach (located further inside). There the waves is ideal for beginners and intermediate surfers. 

3. Canggu Beach (Pantai Canggu) 

5 Best Surf Spots in Bali
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For those who still a beginner to intermediate surfers, you may visit Canggu Beach (Pantai Canggu). 

This beach is home to variety of waves, for examples the inside reef produces fun long rides. The lefts tend to be a bit longer than the rights. The specification of the reef is submerged, so the wave can be surfed by beginners. 

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Actually, if you visit Canggu, the special about this beach is not only the beach or the waves itself, but also the spot. The beach is located in Canggu Village, a north of sub-district Kuta, kabupaten Badung. The village itself offers the natural beauty of its surroundings. A rural atmosphere that is still very thick can be found in this area. 

4. Keramas Beach (Pantai Keramas) 

5 Best Surf Spots in Bali
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If you’re looking for not to crowded beach, then you come to the right place the Keramas Beach, but don’t be fooled when we said “not to crowded”, because Keramas Beach is a current World Surf League World Tour stop, the island’s best right, and perhaps one of bali’s best surf spots. 

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The quality of the waves here are fast rolling, but can bring you tons of fun, which it’s a perfect one for trying to catch some air. No wonder, this beach is suitable for advanced surfers and don’t be surprised if you see a few pros in the lineup. 

5. Sanur Beach (Pantai Sanur) 

5 Best Surf Spots in Bali
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The one that should not be missed Sanur Beach. More precisely at the Hyatt Reef. The waves in this beach are suitable for every level, including also entry and beginner surfers. 

If you are familiar with surfing then we recommended you to take the main peak, which is directly in front of the Hyatt Hotel. There the waves seem to have it all, from steep drop-ins to soft shoulders (well, but it all depends on the conditions). 

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But if you’re a beginners or mixed levels which want just to enjoy the ride, then we suggest to take inside where the soft, right shoulder wave usually is a slow breaking one.