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Topic: surfing Bali in January

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replies: 5

By:

kamila

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surfing Bali in January

« on: August 23 2011 04:08:00 »

Hello everyone!

I'm going to Bali in January, I heard it is rainy season there, is it really rains a lot all day? What surf spots working in jan?

Thank you!



By:

pj

RE: surfing Bali in January

« Reply #1 on: August 24 2011 05:08:00 »

very often, but not all day long. Go to Sarangan, Nusa Dua, off shoe wind all day.

By:

vance parker

RE: surfing Bali in January

« Reply #2 on: September 01 2011 08:09:00 »

Was in  Bali from Nov 09 thru Jan 10.  Some rain and clouds, but you can always find spots on the island and outer islands that its clear,  beautiful and offshore.  Nusa Dua, Sarangan and other spots, but its still the off season....best waves from May to Sept.  Good luck..you will love the people there

By:

Ja

RE: surfing Bali in January

« Reply #3 on: November 12 2011 19:11:00 »

I go to Bali every Jan and get great waves and it's not too wet. It usually pours rain for half an hour or so and then clears up. It is really hot and humid though. If your after right handers then its the time to go go to Bali. Plenty of waves to chose from mostly reefs but not sharp like the ments. The winds are offshore on the east coast. The thing I like about it is you're away from the craziness of kuta.

By:

Hasan islam

RE: surfing Bali in January

« Reply #4 on: November 16 2011 07:11:00 »

The Indonesian island of Bali is a favorite destination for both adventurers and those in need of a little relaxation. The waters off the coast of Bali's white beaches are an ideal spot for diving, while the dense jungles, teeming with monkeys and hidden stone temples, call out for exploration. Hike the rugged path to the summit of Mount Batur, and your effort will be rewarded with a stunning view. Then coax your sore muscles back into action with a massage at one of Bali's many luxury spas.


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