Everything you need to know about surfing at Indonesia

Known for its consistent waves and warm, tropical climate, Indonesia is a dream destination for surfers. Beginners can start at Kuta Beach, Bali, while experienced surfers can challenge themselves at Uluwatu. Besides surfing, Indonesia offers a rich cultural heritage, vibrant nightlife, and stunning landscapes.

Frequently asked questions

Beginners can start at Kuta Beach, while experienced surfers may prefer Uluwatu.

Uluwatu and G-Land are known for their world-class waves.

Most nationalities can enter Indonesia visa-free for up to 30 days. For longer stays, a visa is required.

The best time for beginners is from May to October, while experienced surfers will find the best conditions from April to November.

Costs can vary, but expect to budget around 10,000,000-20,000,000 IDR (€600-€1200 EUR, $700-$1400 USD) for a week including accommodation, lessons, and meals.

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