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Surf Holidays Indonesia

How does it sound to surf in a true paradise? Indonesia is probably the most popular travel destination for surfers worldwide. The more than 17,000 islands are home to a huge number of surf spots, suitable for surfers of all levels.
Bali is the traditional hotspot for surfers. On this island alone, you will find a gigantic number of surf spots where you can surf endlessly. In addition, Lombok is booming and there are the legendary Mentawai islands. Because of the many islands, Indonesia is also very suitable for boat trips, where you stay on a boat and sail from one surf spot to another. How does that sound?

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Errant warrant
Region: Indonesia, Indonesia 4.8/ 5 - 20 reviews

Praya Mentawai Surf Charter

Safe and Comfortable Charter
Avg. 30 - 46 years old. (Min. 18)
All surf levels, incl. beginners
All year round (Stay of 10 nights)
Transfers included
From € 2399,- per person
Based on 10 nights, incl. surfl lessons & meals
Errant warrant
Region: Uluwatu, Indonesia 4.5/ 5 - 248 reviews

Dreamsea Surf Camp Bali

A true paradise
Avg. 23 - 38 years old. (Min. 18)
All surf levels, incl. beginners
All year round (Minimum stay: 3 nights)
Transfer(s) available
From € 419,- per person
Based on 7 nights, incl. surfl lessons & meals

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About surfing in Indonesia

Indonesia is a huge country, made up of thousands of islands and as many different cultures. Its islands cover a large part of the Indian Ocean, some more accessible than others. With more than 17,000 islands, Indonesia has countless surf spots along its many beaches. This makes the archipelago one of the most surf-spot-rich areas in the world. As the country is largely located on and around the equator, the temperature is fantastic all year round, averaging around 27 °C.

The best surf spots of Indonesia

The epicentre of surfing in Indonesia is of course Bali. For years, backpackers and surfers from all over the world have been coming to Bali to experience the great variety of surf spots for themselves. But also Lombok, Java, the Mentawai islands offer great surfing experiences.

Surfing in Bali

Bali is not for nothing the epicentre of surfing in Indonesia. The island is politically stable, has a very friendly population, has a large number of accommodations suitable for every budget and has great beaches with fantastic waves. The most famous surf spots are Uluwatu and Padang Padang.

Surfing on the Mentawai Islands

The Mentawai are a chain of islands off the coast of Sumatra. These islands were ‘discovered’ by the surfing scene in the 1990s, and have since skyrocketed on the lists of ‘most popular surf destinations’ worldwide. Boat trips were practically invented in Mentawai and today you will find a large number of boat charters and surf camps here. In short: this destination must be ticked off the list!

Surfing on Lombok and Sumbawa

At a short distance from Bali you will find the islands of Lombok and Sumbawa. Lombok was overlooked for a long time, because it lay in the shadow of its neighbour Bali for years, but it has been gaining ground in recent years. Lombok’s best-known surf spot is Desert Point, one of the longest bars in the world. Sambuwa is home to gems such as Lakey Peak, Supersuck, Periscopes and Scar Reef.

Surfing on Java

Java is one of the larger islands of Indonesia, and therefore has a long coastline with numerous excellent surf spots. Surf-tourism is only fairly recently emerging in Java, as nearby Bali was more in the limelight. Java’s most famous surf spot is called ‘G-Land’, but along the entire coast you will find numerous surf spots.

Is Indonesia suitable for beginner surfers?

Our answer is a resounding yes! Indonesia has a large number of surf spots that are suitable for surfers of all levels. Depending on the location chosen, beginner surfers are also well served in Indonesia. The surf camps that you book through Errant Surf are all excellent options for beginners. The instructors will ensure that you're on your board in no time.

Is Indonesia suitable for solo travellers?

If you book a surf holiday to Indonesia through Errant Surf, you will end up in an accommodation where solo travellers are more than welcome. During the many activities that are organised, you will get to know the other travellers well, and you might even meet friends for life!