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Topic: Best beginner spot in Indonesia
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Topic: Best beginner spot in Indonesia
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Mike

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Best beginner spot in Indonesia

I am currently in southeast asia and want to learn to surf somewhere. After doing some research it seems like indonesia has a plethora of surf spots for all skill levels. I would like to know which spot has the best combination of good waves and a good area to stay. I have read all about kuta and how nice it is for beginners, but the hectic pace of the town isnt exactly what im looking for. I would appreciate suggestions about other good spots around indonesia.

By:

KC

RE: Best beginner spot in Indonesia

Kuta is indeed hectic. Try Canggu or Padang Padang on the Bukit, the inisde of Padang is a good beginners and intermediate spot



By:

Mike

RE: Best beginner spot in Indonesia

is there any place you would recommend to stay?  Any place that offers lessons on site?

By:

Ris

RE: Best beginner spot in Indonesia

Cimaja was my first spot to surf.

Less crowd, beach break, from unique to inexpensive stay, great experiance and community as well. I have some friends either lifeguard and surf instructure

By:

lnmi

RE: Best beginner spot in Indonesia

I went to Kuta 1 year ago and I really appreciated. It is one of the only beaches in Bali with sand and no reef, so it's the most secure place for learning surf.
Actually, I took surf lessons at Bali Ocean Surf because the instructors speak english, french and bahasa. It was a very cool experience and a learned a lot about surfing.

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