surf journey to Bali´s east coast

East Bali is often regarded as just a wet season surf option for the November-March period, with surf breaks from Nusa Dua to Keramas. With my local knowledge I actually know better and sometimes take guests to some less known east coast spots over the dry season months to escape the crowd factor. Last week... Read... [ Read More → ]

Surfing with baby sea turtles

This afternoon we surfed in the front of Kuta Discovery Mall. For the family from Switzerland and their two kids this surf lesson turned out to be a very special one. While surfing and being busy catching waves a baby sea turtle decided to join us. The Bali Sea Turtle Society had a turtle released... Read more »... [ Read More → ]

How to get from Bali to Nusa Lembongan?

Nusa Lembongan is famous for its surfing, snorkeling and sunsets. The perfect place to put your feet up and relax for a few days. Sanur on the south coast of Bali is the main gateway to Nusa Lembongan. So regardless of where you are actually staying at, you will have to wade onto a boat at... Read more »... [ Read More → ]

NEW Rash Guards – we’ve got you covered

Surfers spend a lot of time in the sun and can easily get sunburn. The sun rays reflecting off the water increases the intensity. To avoid sunburn surfers should wear sunscreen and protective clothing like a rash guard. Rash guards are like T-Shirts and are generally made from lycra. Not only do they stop sunburn..... [ Read More → ]

Batu Bolong PaddleOut – Tolak Reklamasi

On the 21st June 2016 the Canggu Surf Community paddled out on Batu Bolong Beach for a better future for Bali and against the reclamation of Benoa Beach. Benoa Bay, a mangrove conservation area is under serious threat. Developers are looking to reclaim the 838 hectares, which will convert 75% of the area into land,... [ Read More → ]