Bali Surf Report and Surf Forecast

Sep
03
2020

XL Swell at Padang Padang

We took the camera to Padang Padang this morning to catch some of the bombs being ridden at the peak of the current swell

There was a small crowd in the water on bodyboards, surfboards and SUPs as waves in the overhead to well overhead range were pounding down the reef

The conditions weren’t quite perfect with the barrels often sectioning or pinching but everyone was giving their best efforts to make it to the channel unscathed

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
02
2020

Advanced Surf Guiding at Bingin, Bali

The first session of the day for the advanced surfers was at Bingin this morning and we were there with the camera to capture all the action

Conditions were glassy and just about perfect although a little extra swell and some slightly larger waves would have served up some more of Bingin’s famous barrels

Weather conditions were calm and overcast and, although the day started with a wet season feel to it, the sun soon burned off the clouds

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

Aug
31
2020

Intermediate and Advanced Surf Guiding at Balangan, Bali

It was a cloudy and slightly blustery start to the day as we headed to Balangan for this morning’s first surf session

With a good sized swell hitting Bali at the moment, sets between shoulder and head-high were wrapping into the bay at Balangan and peeling down the reef for the small crowd of surfers to enjoy

We’re expecting the waves to be similar tomorrow before a new larger swell starts building through Wednesday and Thursday

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

Aug
29
2020

Intermediate Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

We were back at Uluwatu with the camera this morning for the first session of the day where the first signs of the new swell were appearing with waves breaking everywhere from waist to head high

The early wind was less optimal than it has been for the past week but conditions were still clean and uncrowded which is the kind of combination to make any surfer happy

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

 

Aug
28
2020

Intermediate Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

The last of the current swell was providing some small but clean and fun left-handers down the road at Uluwatu this morning

Waves were breaking between waist and shoulder high with fewer than twenty surfers spread across the length of the reef

The new swell will arrive tomorrow and build throughout the day which means more of the local breaks will start to work and offer some more variety to the lucky surfers here on the Bukit

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

Aug
27
2020

Intermediate Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

It was another morning for the intermediate surfers down at Uluwatu today as the last of the current swell provided some small but fun and glassy waves

Wave height ranged from waist to head-high and there were plenty to go around with not many surfers in the water

We expect similar conditions to persist for today and tomorrow before the next swell arrives and with the neap tides, it should be possible to surf from dawn to dusk with the tide remaining in the optimal range all day

It’s never to 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

Aug
26
2020

Intermediate and Advanced Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

There was just enough time to squeeze in the first surf of the day this morning before the tide dropped below the optimal range down at Uluwatu

With a reasonable amount of swell still around after yesterday’s peak, waves were breaking between chest and head-high and were being enjoyed by a relatively small crew of surfers and bodyboarders

Looking ahead, we expect the swell to continue to fade tomorrow throughout the day before the arrival of a new high-period swell late on Friday which will fill in over the weekend to provide another week of very solid waves

It’s never to 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

 

Aug
24
2020

Intermediate and Advanced Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

We were back at Uluwatu — our favourite local intermediate/advanced spot — this morning, for the first session of the day.

The waves were mainly breaking around chest high but the new swell had already started filling in and offering a few larger sets — something we expect to continue until wave size is back in the overhead range tomorrow.

Here in Bali we were all hugely disappointed to learn that the national government aren’t planning to start offering short-term visas again until 2021 which will be sure to make what is already a desperate situation for many people here even worse.

It’s never to early to start planning your next trip here, 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 in Bali, you should follow our updates over on Facebook

Aug
22
2020

Intermediate and Advanced Surf Guiding at Uluwatu, Bali

We were back at Uluwatu again today to catch the glassy morning session and the swell we’d been expecting overnight was showing nicely

With a foot or two of extra wave height, there were some great waves breaking up on the peak and along down to the reef to the racetracks section

As the tide filled in the number of surfers in the water increased but compared to how it would normally be at this time of the year, it was relatively deserted

Here in Bali we’ve got our fingers crossed that the national government will reopen the borders for tourism on the 11th September and we hope to be able to welcome you back to paradise very soon

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