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Top 06 Surfing Spots in Bali - The best breaks and swells

Suffering is an activity you will eventually take part in when you are on a holiday in Bali, and here are the top spots for this activity.


The Kuta Reef

Being located in a prominent locality, This Reef is one of the most crowded surfing spots you will encounter in Bali. This does not discourage the surfers from visiting the beach as this place has some of the best waves and swells to offer to the surfers. The best time to go surfing on Kuta beach is during the months of April to October and during this time you can expect a wave as tall as 4 feet or even 5 feet sometimes. Kuta beach is great for surfing and it is usually classified as an intermediate skill level spot, meaning, you do not have to be a professional surfer to handle the waves at this beach.


The Impossible Beach

The name itself would have given you an idea of what this beach is, and if you have guessed it already, good for you. The Impossible beach got its name because it is a great place for surfing, but only the professional Surfers with a lot of experience should try their hand here. The best time to visit the beach is also during the months of April to October, and at this time, you will get many large and speedy waves. During the peak season of the year, you can expect waves that go up to 8 feet in height. If you want to explore the hot spots in Bali it is better if you accommodate yourself at a hotel in Candidasa the likes of Alila Manggis. If you are a professional surfer in Bali and are looking for a challenging experience then you definitely must try the Impossible beach.


Seminyak Beach

Known for being one of the most beautiful beaches found in Indonesia, this beach is also great for surfing. The amazing thing about this place is that anybody can surf here, regardless of whether you are an amateur or a professional. The waves that come here are of a good swell and pretty decent. Apart from surfing, you can also experience many other things at this beach.


Uluwatu Beach

Uluwatu beach has a reputation for never being dull, meaning that it is constantly swelling with some great waves. This hot spot is best left for those who are great at surfing, as you can often expect faster waves that are 8 feet tall during peak season. But, Uluwatu is not entirely dangerous as the waves are sometimes only around 5 feet, so anyone with intermediate-level skills can surf here.


The Airport Reef

Named as such because it is located right alongside the runway of the local airport, this is one of the new surfing spots in Bali. This place also has medium-sized waves which are better for amateurs and intermediate level surfers.



If you want to surf early in the morning then this is the place you must go to. The light wind will give you waves that come up to 6 feet in height and Medewi has become one of the most popular surfing spots for people who love to go partake in this activity at dawn.