Bali Surf Report and Surf Forecast

Sep
27
2020

Intermediate and Advanced Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

We returned to Uluwatu this morning where conditions were great for both intermediate and advanced surfers

Waves were mostly breaking between shoulder and head high, the sun was out, and the wind was light

We expect the current swell will fade over the next couple with a small bump during the week before what looks to be a new larger swell arriving into next weekend

We’re delighted that certain visas are now being issued by the Indonesian government which must be applied for in advance. We’ll be ramping up operations for our soft re-opening on 1st November, so get in contact now for more information on how you can join us for an exclusive surfing experience

Sep
26
2020

Advanced Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

The swell had increased throughout the day yesterday, so this morning Uluwatu was breaking at a size and with the power that’s only suitable for the advanced surfers

With the tide on the lower side, both the main peak and racetracks sections of the reef were working nicely with waves between chest and overhead breaking cleanly in the light morning breeze

There might be another bump in swell height again before tomorrow meaning all the primary local breaks will be working and serving up plenty of waves for surfers of all abilities

We’re delighted that certain visas are now being issued by the Indonesian government which must be applied for in advance. We’ll be ramping up operations for our soft re-opening on 1st November, so get in contact now for more information on how you can join us.

Sep
25
2020

Intermediate Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

The ladies were leading from the front at Uluwatu this morning — getting the pick of the waves and showing the guys how it’s done

Swell height was a little smaller than yesterday but the eager crew who were out for the dawn session got to enjoy a much quieter session than the previous morning before the tide dropped too low

We’re expecting a small bump in swell later today so we’ll be back at Uluwatu again tomorrow morning for more of the same

We’re delighted that certain visas are now being issued by the Indonesian government which must be applied for in advance. We’ll be ramping up operations for our soft re-opening on 1st November, so get in contact now for more information on how you can join us.

 

Sep
24
2020

Intermediate Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

It was the turn of the intermediate surfers to enjoy Uluwatu today after being patient for the tide to fill in following the morning low tide

With the current swell fading, wave height was mostly between knee and chest high and the shorter wave period meant the waves didn’t have quite as much punch as normal

The stiff breeze resulted in conditions being a little bumpy and messy at times — by our normal very high standards — but a solid crowd of surfers and bodyboarders were enjoying themselves out in the sun

It’s never too early to start planning your next trip to Bali, so until we can welcome you back, we hope you’ll continue to check our regular surf reports, and for news on the situation here, you should follow our updates over on Facebook

Sep
23
2020

Intermediate and Advanced Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

We were down at Uluwatu again this morning where it was a grey but still morning and there were a few small groups of surfers spread all the way between the Racetracks and Temples sections of the reef

Wave height was ranging from a mellow chest-high up at low-tide Temples through to a hollower head-high-plus wave on sets down at Racetracks — something for everyone!

Tomorrow we’re expecting another day of similar-sized swell which means that, once again, Uluwatu is likely to be serving up waves that are suitable for a large range of abilities from intermediate to advanced surfers

It’s never too early to start planning your next trip to Bali, so until we can welcome you back, we hope you’ll continue to check our regular surf reports, and for news on the situation here, you should follow our updates over on Facebook

Sep
22
2020

Intermediate and Advanced Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

Wet season arrived very abruptly last night on the Bukit with torrential rain lasting until the late morning which made the dawn session less than ideal

We headed back to Uluwatu later in the morning once the clouds had started to clear where the winds were light and, although the conditions were a little wobbly, there were plenty of fun and clean waves being enjoyed by around fifteen surfers.

Wave height was generally around chest to shoulder high with a couple of clean-up sets to keep everyone on their toes

It’s never too early to start planning your next trip to Bali, so until we can welcome you back, we hope you’ll continue to check our regular surf reports, and for news on the situation here, you should follow our updates over on Facebook

Sep
19
2020

Intermediate and Advanced Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

We were back at Uluwatu for the late morning session today as the tide filled in and served up some lovely glassy conditions for the intermediate and advanced surfers

With sets breaking between waist and head-high, there were plenty of waves to go around with not too many people out in the water and still enough power in the waves for a few barrels out there

Tomorrow’s conditions are expected to be smaller again so possibly even a chance for the lower intermediates and beginners to enjoy one of Bali’s most famous waves.

It’s never too early to start planning your next trip to Bali, so until we can welcome you back, we hope you’ll continue to check our regular surf reports, and for news on the situation here, you should follow our updates over on Facebook

Sep
18
2020

Advanced Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

As the swell fades Uluwatu is back on the menu for the advanced surfers and also for some of the braver intermediates

This morning’s conditions were glassy and clean with very light wind as waves were breaking up and down all sections of the reef in the chest-high to over head range.

After a few weeks of back-to-back XL swells, we’re expecting things to be a little smaller over the coming week and, although the wave size might be more typical of the wet season, we’ve got our fingers crossed for the dry-season weather to continue.

It’s never too early to start planning your next trip to Bali, so until we can welcome you back, we hope you’ll continue to check our regular surf reports, and for news on the situation here, you should follow our updates over on Facebook

 

 

Sep
17
2020

Something for everyone at Bingin, Bali

There were waves for all abilities this morning at Bingin where we returned for the first session of the day

From beginner-friendly knee-high reforms on the inside through to sets breaking well overhead on the outside, there was something for everyone

After yesterday’s XL session at Padang Padang (check out the video highlights on Facebook) there was still a large swell creating some sizeable sets although the higher tide kept conditions more accessible than they typically are on the Bingin reef

As the wind drops this afternoon, there’ll likely be another low tide Padang Padang sunset session going down so we’ll see you up on the cliffs!