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Topic: Bali - Are there enough waves
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Topic: Bali - Are there enough waves
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David

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Bali - Are there enough waves

Hey all,

I am going to Bali for a week or 2 in June/July.  I will be staying on Kuta beach, and although my reason for going is not totally to surf, am wondering if there are just too many people to get some good waves our there?  I probably won't have the time to find remote 'undiscovered' beaches so hence will have to stick to the known breaks like Kuta reef/beach, Uluawatu.  I have been surfing my whole life and grew up with Sydney crowds, so am used to sharing waves, but is this a lot worse?  Alternatively what are my options (as I said I cannot stay anywhere too remote as I have things to do in and around Kuta.


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By:

tim

RE: Bali - Are there enough waves

Nah man there a freakin heaps of waves down there on the Bukit Peninsula. I can think of 9 sick lefts (Padang, Ulus, Bingin, Balangan) in close proximitey too each other and if you feel adventurous head around the other side(Serengan)  the island and theres a few rights too (keremas, Sri Lankas, G balls) ejoy mate i did.

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David

RE: Bali - Are there enough waves

awesome, thats what I was hoping.  Are those places easy to get to from Kuta?  Easy to hire a motorbike or something and just cruise round the otherside of the peninsula for a couple hours surfing?

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