Explore Bali’s Best Surf Spots with World Surfaris
The beauty of Bali is well-known, and this tropical Indonesian surf destination needs no introduction. It’s a vibrant combination of epic waves, stunning scenery, delicious local cuisine and welcoming locals who make you feel right at home. Bali is a surfer’s paradise and cultural mecca that people have been flocking to for years.
The expert Surf Travel Specialists at World Surfaris have handpicked a collection of premium Bali resorts in all four regions of the island, each offering unique experiences. With an office in Bali, we have a fleet of vehicles with drivers and local surf guides who can help you escape the crowds and take the path less trodden to find the best waves.
We love Bali and are passionate about this magical location that attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. As well as super-fun waves, Bali offers travellers a unique range of experiences, from snorkeling to hiking and cooking classes and tours of ancient temples.
The World Surfaris team will share expert advice and provide a tailored surf and travel package for surfers, their families and friends. Our experienced team will plan every aspect of your Bali surf trip and show you a side of this beautiful Island you didn’t think existed.
We also offer affordable add-ons to other Indonesian regions, such as Nusa Lembongan, Lombok, Sumbawa and Timor or Java, to make your trip even more memorable.
Indonesia has two distinct seasons, wet (off-peak) and dry (peak). The dry season (April to September) offers the best surf conditions, favourable winds from the S-SW, and long periods of light to no winds.
The wet season (October to March) has more rain but cooler temperatures than the dry season. Swell isn’t as consistent during the wet season, but some areas like the east coast of Bali and Sumatra still have good, consistent swells and light winds.
While many surfers rush to surf Indonesia in the dry season, surfers who visit in the wet season are often rewarded with fun, empty waves. World Surfaris offers surf trips all-year-long, throughout the wet and dry seasons.
Dry Season: April – September
Wet Season: October – March