Geger right picks up the most swell on the east coast of Bali due to the location in the far south of the island and deep water offshore. It is a fast right hander best at high tide but has a strong current running the same direction as the wave, so it’s a hard paddle back to the line up and on bigger days it is a constant paddle to keep in position. Strong paddlers only, scary on bigger days. Tiger sharks also occasionally frequent the line up. No sharks in Bali? They don’t usually come close to shore but they like the deep water at Geger. Best to take a boat to the spot and if you scared of sharks, either don’t surf the spot or pay the boat extra to stay nearby in case you want to take a sharp exit.
Geger left picks up less swell and is shifty but can offer great rides. Easy paddle out to the line up if you know what you are doing but can be hard work to get back in on a higher tide. At high tide there is no beach, just waves breaking against rocks so be careful as even experienced surfers can get smashed.