Beach break, no reef and is the perfect spot for beginners to take their first steps. Good all year around, works best on a higher tide.
Smaller bay, 20 - 25 minutes west from Kuta. The last bit of road can be a bit tricky.
Swell magnet which works best from a 3ft ground swell. Provides hollow lefts and rights although on big swell’s the left is more consistent.Best in dry season, very shallow on lower tide.
You will see the waves braking while driving through the hill’s.
A very popular classic right hander which can provide nice barrels on lower tides. Expect some crowds when it’s on. There’s a left a bit further but this is very unpredictable and subject to heavy currents. Wet season, all tides.
Closest break east from Kuta.
Very consistent spot if the wind isn’t on it. It’s right in the open and doesn’t need a lot of swell to work. The main peak has a left and a right of which the right hander is the best with some cover up options. Often some local rippers because of the easy access.Wet season, better with a bit of water.
Head east, 20 min. from Kuta.
Very gorgeous bay with white sand beaches. On the right swell there is a good right hander in the middle of the bay, sometimes the left wall’s up to. Long paddle out there. Not great on a lower tide, it tends to get very shallow. All year around, mid to high tide
Drive down 25 minutes to the fishing village Gerupuk and get a boat to the waves.
This is one of lombok’s most popular waves for beginners and intermediate surfers 'cause of it’s mellow take off and long rides. This forgiving right hander is often a crowd pleaser. Sometimes a mellow left occurs. Wet season or days without wind, any tide.
Inside’s big brother.
More challenging and faster waves. It has a few peaks which will divide the crowd a little. As you can tell by the name it’s another right hander.Wet season wave or not to windy days.Mid to higher tides.
A fun A-frame in the Gerupuk bay.
Needs a lot of swell to start working. When this happens the Gerupuk crowds separate over the different waves. Don Don’s has a very mellow take off, which is followed by long wall’s. Very fun wave when it’s on. Wet season or no windy days, best from mid tide.
Drive 40 minutes east to Awang and get a 15 minute boat over to Ekas.
Driving to Ekas would take you about 2 hours. The inside needs some swell to work. Long left walls for all levels and a quality right hander for slightly more advanced surfers. Dry season, mid tide
Can hold a lot of swell and be a heavy left hander with lot’s of water moving around. Still a quality wave on it’s days. Same like it’s little brother, better in dry season when the trade winds are up. Mid to high tides
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There are couple more surf spots around Kuta, but we prefer not to list it here. If you join us, maybe we’ll take you there.