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Bali Surf Camp« on: January 08 2016 07:01:00 »
Looking to go to Bali in March to join a surf camp.
I have surfed before but am far from an expert. Any recommendations for a good surf camp in Bali?
Also i know it's rainy season but does it rain all day? I don't want my holiday to consist of just rainy weaher, I also want to get some sunshine ;-)
Bali Surf Guide« Reply #1 on: January 17 2016 08:01:00 »
We've just been in Bali surfing for 4 weeks. It's rainy season, but it's mostly raining during the night and then hot again during the day. March should be dryer than December. Still, if there was rain, the water is 30degrees!! and rain would just be refreshing :)
Surfcamp: we did not join a surfcamp, we had a surfguide who showed us the best places (quiet ones, not crowded) according to our surflevel. We're "almost-intermediate". Wayan is a ISA certified surf coach and I must say, I've never met a better surf instructor than him.
You can contact him on email@example.com or with Whatsapp +62 831 191 199 01
Depending on how long you will surf with him and if you need to rent a board or not etc. costs per day will be around 40-50USD. He can organise cheap scooter and practically everything you need.
RE: Bali Surf Camp« Reply #2 on: January 17 2016 09:01:00 »
I'll send Wayan a message when I am in Bali, does he speak good english?