World-Class Waves and Exquisite Natural Beauty
The magical North Sumatra region boasts an incredible range of surf destinations, from the legendary waves of Nias to the lesser-known Hinakos, Banyaks and Simeulue.
As well as world-class surf breaks, North Sumatra has exceptional natural beauty, characterised by stunning turquoise waters, white sandy beaches and lush jungle landscapes. It’s a dream destination for surfers and non-surfers alike.
At World Surfaris, we’re passionate about helping you find the perfect North Sumatran surf adventure. We offer an incredible range of handpicked surf charters and surf resorts that provide an unforgettable experience in and out of the water.
The remoteness of North Sumatra’s surf spots can make getting there challenging. Luckily, the World Surfaris team of expert travel agents can help you navigate the ins and outs of travel in North Sumatra, and help you plan your journey, book flights, and arrange transportation.
North Sumatra offers some of the world’s most consistent and high-quality surf breaks. From perfect barrels in Nias to remote left-handers in the Banyak Islands, surfers will be spoilt for choice in this gorgeous location.
Explore remote and exclusive surf spots only accessible by boat, and let the World Surfaris surf guides share their local knowledge to help you find the best waves in the region. If you’re looking for unspoiled waves with fewer crowds, North Sumatra will satisfy even the most experienced surfers.
If you’d prefer a more luxurious North Sumatra surf experience, our carefully selected surf resorts offer the perfect combination of relaxation and adventure, giving you direct access to some of the best surf breaks in the world.
Whether you choose to set off on a surf adventure by boat, or kick back at one of North Sumatra’s beautiful surf resorts, you’ll be rewarded with empty waves and an Indonesian surf trip of a lifetime.
Some of the most well-known waves in North Sumatra include Treasure Island Rights, Lagundri Bay, Bawa, Afulu, The Peak and Jackals. If surfing Nias, the Banyak Islands, Simeulue and the Hanako Islands is on your bucket list, now is the time to book a surf trip to this dream destination with the team at World Surfaris.
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