5 Things Why You Should Come to Bali to Learn Surfing
Besides being one of the most beautiful and special gems of Asia, Bali is the second most popular scene of surfing. People from all over the world of all levels come to Bali to enjoy the surf facilities and improve their skills or take part in competitions. Although Asia is stacked with several great surfing spots, we tell you why Bali is the absolute favourite.
- Eternal Summer
We can say that summer in Bali is all year long. The air temperature is always around 25C and the water is mostly 27C warm. The coldest months are July and August when those who live in Bali for a long time start to wear wetsuits as water feels too cold for them, but for tourists, it is usually like hot springs. The most crowded period is the dry season from June to September but the rainy season is a great opportunity to enjoy less crowd at breaks and save money on cheaper accommodation rates.
- Unforgettable beauty
No doubt, Bali is the most beautiful surf spot in the world. You can find stunning white-sand beaches, breathtaking jungles full of gorgeous flowers in all colours of the rainbow and cliffs to climb to enjoy the wonderful view to the clear blue ocean. In addition, we must mention the richness of the Bali culture – ornate temples, picturesque countryside and restful rice fields.
- Suits any budget
There is no price range Bali would not cover when it is about accommodation. Backpackers who want to focus on surf can easily find their way just like those who have a desire to enjoy the luxury. From little authentic beach-side bungalows over charming villas to the fanciest luxury hotel complexes, you can find the perfect option of your dreams. Bali is basically a cheap destination with affordable restaurants and surf equipment rentals as well.
- Numerous activities
As we mentioned above, Bali has several natural and cultural treasures that are definitely worth visiting. If you have a keen interest in getting to know and try other things besides surfing, you’ve come to the right place. From other water sports, like snorkelling, rafting, scuba diving to yoga, martial arts and photography, there is no activity you cannot experience. Bali is a real dream with the most beautiful blue water, the richest marine life and the kindest locals.
- Surf culture
Since trailblazing surfers started to discover Bali’s world-class breaks and enthralling atmosphere in the 1970s, surfing has become a complete industry on the island. According to this, there are numerous possibilities to learn from the best qualified instructors while making new friendships with other surfers and visit over 60 accessible surf spots.
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