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Best Surfing spots in Bali

Best surfing spots in Bali has become darling of many people. Bali is an island that is loved by many people for its cool atmosphere. It is here that many people love to come for holidays as it has both the dry and the wet seasons.

In both seasons, the work goes well as many people come to surf especially during the dry seasons. The dry season runs from May to September and it is then that the famous waves appear which include the:

  1. Uluwatu
  2. Padang Padang
  3.  Impossible.

For those intending to know the island well, here are some of the different waves that break through the island in every season;

Waves during the dry season

  • Airport right
  • Airport left
  • Kuta Reef
  • Medewi
  • Balangan
  • Bingin
  • Canggu
  • Impossible
  • Padang Padang
  • Uluwatu

Those that break during the wet season are just a few and include the Sanur, Serengan, Nusa Dua, Green Balls and Keramas.

The island of Bali is so cool that many couples prefer spending their time in the island and also keep the surfers company. The island of Bali and its surrounding areas have good beach breaks for the beginners and big barrels for the experienced. For you to be in a position to surf all your way to happiness, you need to know the characteristics of the waves in the island. This is necessary so that you do not find yourself in a wave that do not match your skills and one that is dangerous.

The waves can be put according to their levels of difficulty and another important tip is that you are supposed to get to the waters only after the locals have started. This is as a way of respect and you should also avoid the area around the shallow water. This makes it Best Surfing spots in Bali.

The following are some of the waves that you may find while in the beach. You will choose the best spot for yourself after learning about them.

Kuta beach waves

Kuta beach waves are one of the most occurring waves. This is for the beginners and it is very crowded as the beach is situated in an area close to the nightlife and the tourist center of Legian. The waves in the Kuta beach have very soft tides which are of the appropriate heights for the beginners. The water here is termed as the white water because it is surfed after is has broken. Since the beach is known to be for the beginners, there is a huge presence of the life guards who come to make sure that all is going well and as you find yourself in any slight trouble, they are there to help you. If you have no surfing lessons, make sure you consult the experts before engaging yourself in any daring action.

Canggu beach

Canggu beach is for the surfers who are a bit experienced although it is identified as for the beginners. It is located near Kuta, almost a 30 minutes’ drive from Kuta, and near Seminyak. This is a place for the surfers of different levels; both beginners and the experts. Tides of different heights are present here. The waves are very friendly for the beginners although they tend to be more vigorous at times making learning faster and fun for them. Canggu is a quieter place compared to the Katu beach.

Things to enjoy along Keramas beach: Kuta

Things to enjoy along Keramas beach are the reason as to why people visit Bali. This is for the intermediary surfers and the professionals as this is a beach that has waves and tides very high. It once acted as a hideaway but at the present time, it is very known and loved by the pros. It is located passed Sanur, and has the constant waves as well as the big swells. The beach has sharp reef and sea urchins making one of the reasons why Keramas is not as crowded as Kuta. Things to enjoy in keramas beach:

  1. The beautiful flora
  2. Fauna
  3. awesome islands,
  4. gorgeous coastal beaches and images
  5. cowboy

Best Surfing spots in Bali: Uluwatu beach

This is sometimes referred to as the mysterious place and is located near a cave through the Uluwatu temple. The Uluwatu beach is very crowded as the wave in this beach is so famous and many people come to enjoy themselves here. When I was there I also noted that it has some small waves where different surfers can do their stuff. Caution should be taking because the peak is always in front of the cave. You should make sure that the large wave does no find you in the waters, be on the cave at the time. The large wave comes in the season between August and December and this is the time that you will find a lot of people in the island because it presents Best Surfing spots in Bali.

Padang Padang beach: Bukit peninsula

Padang Padang beach is the most famous surfing spot in the Bali Island and is nicknamed Balinese Pipeline. It is located opposite the Padang Padang Bridge in a place called Bukit Peninsula. This is where there are many surfing competitions that take place. The gnarly left hand point is the most dangerous wave in Bali and is strictly left for the professionals because it rises to 4 to 12 feet. Everyone is advised not to even touch the water when the wave is present because it is too dangerous and the hollowness wave.

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