How original... a good ol' fashioned surf trip to Indonesia.
The naysayers will say it's overdone, unoriginal, and overcooked. And while they're right in asserting it's popularity, the naysayers won't be lucking into some of the better waves our little blue ball has to offer.
Yes Indo's popular, but that's because its bloody good. If you want to score waves, proper waves, then you go to Indo. And thankfully it's not about to stop pumping anytime soon.
Today, it's far-removed from it's less ventured origins, but the breadth of Indo's waves will continue to entice your backpackers to your Dane Reynolds until the Earth stops spinning.
The expanse of Indo can't be surmised in a quick one minute IG hit or a brief online article, but World Surfaris, arguably the worlds most influential surf travel company is a good place to start your search.
Waves for kooks (people who surf like me), the pig-dogging adept, and your CT stars. A spot for the bloke who's a few weeks late on rent, and zones for someone with a little extra coin to drop.
Lakey Peak Haven. A cheaper joint in Indo, but don't go correlating cost with wave quality – in this case, they're inversely related.