Rapture Surfcamp Bali Padang Padang.

Equally important, the bay on the north-western coast of Bali’s Bukit Peninsula may have received the most of the mainstream attention as the area became famous when Julia Roberts was trying to find herself in the self-empowering movie “Eat, Pray, Love.” Padang Padang’s endless supply of perfect waves, however, is the main reason why surfers from all around the world gather up in this part of Bali.

Surf in the legendary Padang-Padang

Indeed, legendary Padang Padang has been kept somewhat secretive to be enjoyed by the surf community only. You can still surf the renowned waves all year round, in peace, and surrounded by untouched nature. Depending on your level you can choose between Padang Padang famous left or its more mellow cousin Padang Padang Right. You can also rent a scooter and visit another surf spot or explore Bali’s breathtaking scenery.

“Eat, Surf, Love” – Experience Paradise in Padang

Our Bali surf camp Padang Padang is a great place to hang out and relax. The resort offers spacious dorms, luxurious villas or private bungalows, surrounded by beautiful Balinese gardens. Also, the rooms and facilities provide you with everything you need during your stay. In the common areas, you can challenge your surf buddies to a game of pool, or you can enjoy the smooth side of life and take a dip in our stunning swimming pool.

What else you can expect from our surf camp in Bali

Firstly, you can enjoy daily yoga sessions in our camp. This is going to help you to unwind after a long day of surfing, as well as with muscle stretching.

Also, camp chefs Sunny and Made will make sure your taste buds are buzzing with local and international flavors. They create delicious dinner menus, both for omnivores and vegetarians. Check our Food section for the recipes they prepare for us on a daily basis.

Drone view of the pool and of the Surfcamp
Pool and surfcamp view at Rapturecamps Padang
Rapturecamps lounge and entrance
Pool chairs next to the pool in Padang
Snooker table at Rapture Surfcamps in Padang

Your booking always includes

Surf Guiding
Surf guiding


Surf Theory
Surf Theory Class

Learn all the basics

Course Breakfast
3 Course Breakfast

Rich breakfast to get started

Surf Transfer
Beach Transfer

Included w/ surf guiding

Delicious Dinner

International Cuisine (Tuesdays-Saturdays)

Video Analysis
Video Analysis


Tea Coffee
Free flow coffee and tea

For Breakfast

Free Wifi


Yoga Classes
Yoga Class


Why you’ll love our surf resort in Padang

Our beautiful Balinese gardens, the lounge areas around our swimming pool, the incredible surroundings of the camp and the amazing waves we surf every day are just a few of the reasons you might love Padang!

Make sure you check the comfortable high-end accommodation we offer. Discover the chilled laid back vibe which makes you feel like you’re at home! Sounds like paradise on earth, right? Book your stay with us now!

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Got more questions?

Read through our FAQs and Blog or contact us directly.

Airport pick up

We offer airport pick up from Denpasar Airport for our guests in Bali for 18€ per car (max 4 persons). Just add Airport Pick Up to your booking and send us your flight details when you have them available. Our driver will be waiting for you in Arrivals.

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What Visa do I need to enter Bali?

If you plan to stay for less than 30 days and are from a visa exempted country you do not have to pay any entry fee on arrival or organize any visa prior to your visit. If you plan to stay for more than 30 days then you need to purchase a Visa On Arrival for $35. To get the VOA you need to queue at the counter before immigration. This stamp means that you can stay for 30 days and then extend your visa at the immigration office, or from a number of visa agencies across the island, for an additional 30 days. If you do not pay this entry fee, you are unable to extend and have to leave Indonesia before the visa ends. The fine for overstaying your visa is 300,000 IDR per day (approx. €20). Important: remember that day of arrival counts as day one, day of departure counts as a full day.

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What’s the weather like on the Rainy Season in Bali?

Many people ask us about the rainy season. We have spent many years in Bali, and the season is nowhere near as bad as they say online. Usually the rain happens during the night for 1 – 2 hours, this can actually be an amazing thing to watch as the storms that come with the rain can be incredible. By the time you wake up in the morning the rain has gone and everything is dry again. The only thing you will notice is an increase in temperature and humidity.

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