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Topic: Looking for feedback about surfcamps..
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Topic: Looking for feedback about surfcamps..
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Looking for feedback about surfcamps..

Hey everyone,

New person here on the forums, and it's been great so far.

We have a Surfcamp in Bali, and we're looking for some tips on how to make it better so we can get more clients through the door.

We have amazing reviews and success stories from all of our clients on Google, Facebook, and TripAdvisor.

I'm just trying to get out of this plateau and share my knowledge with more people.

So I'm looking if you can help me on 3 things by answering a few of the questions:

1) What do you like about surf camps? What do you feel they need for you to come back or to recommend?

2) What did you not like about surf camps? What put a bad taste in your mouth for you not to go back?

3) Could you give me some advice on my website https://balisurf.org

Thank you in advance for your help.



RE: Looking for feedback about surfcamps..

What I don't like?

That a lot of these Surf camps in Bali take their students out at spots like Uluwatu, Impossibles, Nusa Dua , Serangan and push their  intermediate (???) surfers into waves. Clogging up the line up with people who shouldn't be there.

Looking for surf spots in Indonesia ?

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