Bali is one of the best surf destinations in the world for beginners up to pros. It offers a huge variety of waves from reef breaks to beach sand breaks – consistently and 365 days a year. The top surf spots of Uluwatu, Padang Padang, Impossibles, Bingin, Dreamland and Balangan are all easily accessible from the centrally located Rapture Surfcamp Bali.
Small and personal Bali Surfcamp
You can surf the best waves Bali has to offer, or just chill out on white uncrowded beaches. Stay within 5 minutes of all those breaks in relaxed, comfortable, traditional grass bungalows or villas with other surfers. As with every Rapturecamp, our Bali Surfcamp is run by owners who love surfing and welcome all kinds of surfers as well as those who wish to learn to surf. We offer surf guiding, surf lessons and even trips around Bali if you require a day away from the beach. The resort is surrounded by a beautiful traditional Balinese garden with grass huts for all to sleep in. Chill out in Balinese lounges and relax in our hammocks during the day.
Surf Camp in Bali – the Ultimate Surfing Destination
- Camp stays open all year round.
- Offshore wind creates perfect surfing conditions for either the west coast or the east coast.
- Qualified Australian Registered Surf Instructors who can surf.
- Surf school for beginners.
- Rental boards in all shapes and sizes available for all to use.
- Surf coaching for those who wish to compete at pro levels.
- Surf guiding for intermediate and advanced surfers.
- Warm water all year round.
- Accommodation within or Surf Resort and traditional grass bungalows/villas.
- Private couples bungalows/villas offering A/C for cool nights.
- Pool table.
- Motor bikes or cars available for rent.
- Local trips around Bali available (Ubud, Kintamani, Tanelot, etc.)
Visitors from most countries can get a 30-day tourist visa on arrival for $25 US. Other options are to apply to the Indonesian embassy in your country for a 60-day tourist visa. A 60-day visa is applicable if your nationality does not allow you to get a visa on arrival or if you want to stay for more than 30 days.
Bali is considered safe for malaria. All other Indonesian islands have a higher risk of malaria and precautions are necessary on dry land, although boats offshore are considered safe. If you leave Bali for other Indonesian islands – be prepared and be safe.
Appropriate travel insurance is an absolute necessity for traveling in Bali and to other Indonesian islands. To stay at the Camp you are required to have valid travel insurance.
You are allowed to bring 3 surfboards into Bali for personal use. Additional boards will be considered as imports and customs will charge a fee – usually $100 US per board, but this is negotiable. In Bali no wetsuit is required as the water temperature is warm all year round. You can bring your own surfboard or we can provide an appropriate sized board from the surf camp. We cater to all standards of surfer from beginner to advanced.
Rupiah, foreign currencies and credit cards
The local currency is the Rupiah. The exchange rate varies from day to day – 1 Euro is currently about 12.300 Rupiah. You should bring cash in Euros or other major currencies and a Maestro (EC) or credit card. You can change cash at exchange offices at the airport and at banks. The airport, most banks and big hotels provide ATMs. Cash machines are widespread. The cheapest way is to change cash.
Get The Most Out Of The Experience
If you’re interested in surfing and looking for the perfect surf package, we are now taking reservations for the surfing season in Bali. Book now to save a place and lock in your dates.