Our definitive guide on going to a surf camp in Bali
Are you tired of your everyday routine or 9 to 5 job? Or simply want to find a new way to reconnect with yourself? Then, why don’t you find a new hobby? Having a hobby can significantly reduce stress levels while improving relationships.
In the same line, if you are looking to tackle first world problems, such as anxiety or insomnia, then outdoor activities are the type of hobbies that might suit you best.
If you enjoy going to the beach, making new friends and good food, a surf camp in Bali might be your first choice. When visiting the Island of the Gods, a Bali surf resort is one of the most popular choices for both beginners and advanced surfers.
Mondo Village Bali surf Resort – Our surf services at Mondo
Our Surf and Yoga package here in Mondo allows to learn more about these activities or to expand your existing knowledge.
You will have a dedicated surf instructor, who will select the best surfing locations each day depending on the wave conditions. You will have two surf sessions with a break in between and join a group depending on your surfing skills. Shortly after, you will join a video analysing session (Wednesdays and Saturdays) where you can track your progress.
In addition to our Surf and Yoga package, our surf camp Bali offers a wide range of activities you can join.
If you are a fan of the martial arts in general, here at Mondo you can develop your martial arts skills. From Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to Muay Thai, our coach will help you reach your goals.
On the other hand, if you are more the yogi type and would like to combine it with surfing lessons, then our Aerial Yoga and Surf package is for you.
5 Best surfing spots to go while staying in a Bali surf resort.
Bali is one of the best places for surfing and is one of the most beautiful destinations worldwide. A surf camp in Bali will get you closer to the popular surfing spots through the island. Here are the best ones to go surfing:
1. Berawa beach. Overall, this beach has good wave conditions and is located between Canggu/Seminyak. Berawa is one of our favourite spots in Canggu, followed by Batu Bolong and Echo Beach.
2. Padang Padang. Best beach for left-handers.
3. Kuta beach. One of the best beaches for beginners.
4. Uluwatu. The best beach for advanced surfers for excellence.
5. Medewi. Rocky beach with a few reefs along the way.
4 Best tips on how to prepare for a surf camp in Bali.
Before going on a surf camp in Bali, there are a few things you should keep in mind:
1. What is the best time to go on a surf camp in Bali?
You can go to Bali to learn surf all year round, although is best to go during the dry season (April to October), so you can make the most of the warm weather.
2. How much does it cost to book a surf camp Bali?
The cost varies from one retreat to another. When booking a Bali surf resort, you should consider the services they offer airport pick up, weekly meals, day trips, other activities, and fees, etc.
3. How can I find the perfect Bali surf resort?
You should be able to easily find an accommodation that suits you best when looking at your surfing skills, proximity to local beaches, shopping areas, restaurants, etc.
4. Do some research about the local area.
Is there anything that you need to pack before the long trip (medicines, surf equipment?). Doing some initial research about the local area will help you land in a more relaxed state of mind, plus you will have all you need with you once you arrive.
In conclusion, there are several activities you can do on a surf camp in Bali. The island is famous for its surf camps and resorts, plus you will have the support of a team of experts and coaches who will guide you along the way. So, think about what you want to achieve, relax, and let the magic happen!