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Bali, Lembongan, Lombok & Sumbawa Surf Charter - Nusa Tenggara, Eastern Islands. Indonesia


Bali, Lembongan, Lombok & Sumbawa Surf Charter - Nusa Tenggara, Eastern Islands Guests overall rating: ★★★★★ 5 based on 5 reviews.
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Seven day, seven nights fantastic Surf adventure alone or with your friends aboard . You will surf  BaliLembongan, Lombok, Sumbawa, and you will be taken to all those uncrowded secret spots along the South Lombok coast, where none of the other boats can go, there is a huge selection of rights and lefts along this stretch of coastline and no crowds .


You will be visiting some of the most beautiful and exotic surf spots on the planet during your 7 days, there is also plenty of time to fish, dive and of course, kick back, relax and have fun, while checking out the islands of Indonesia.


You will have the luck to be taken to the best surf in the area, depending on weather and surf conditions. You will surf some of the best surf spots in Lembongan, Lombok, Sumbawa: Nusa Lembongan (Shipwreck, Laceration, Playground), Lombok (Desert Point) and Sumbawa (Scar Reef, Supersuck, Yoyos), but aswell all those uncrowded secret spots along the South Lombok coast, where none of the other boats can go to.


Surf boat charter sleeps up to 14 guests comfortably in large bunk style beds. There is ample storage space for packs and surfboards, a large, covered, open air dining / chilling out area, and two air conditioned lounge areas, and sleeping area below deck.


Surf Boat Charter

The Surf boat charter provides sleeps up to 14 guests comfortably in large bunk style beds. There is ample storage space for packs and surfboards, a large, covered, open air dining / chilling out area, and two air conditioned lounge areas, and sleeping area below deck.


Dreamweaver is powered by a 250hp diesel engine, this enables to be faster,(less travel time between waves) safer, (no large amounts of flammable fuel, as on outboard powered boats) and more reliable, and it is provided with a 4 metre tender powered by a 15hp outboard to get you from the boat to the waves and back, we also have a ski rope so you can do some wakeboarding.

On Board Facilities

Split system air conditioning – western style flushing toilet and indoor shower – 240 volt power with international adaptors for charging video cameras and appliances – CD/DVD, stereo, TV, (feel free to bring along your favourite CDs and DVDs, if you have an ipod with wireless transmitter to FM radio, we can use that as well) – fishing equipmentsnorkeling gear and spear guns – Radar, GPS, marine radio – full safety equipment and a comprehensive first aid kit.


The highly experienced Captain and crew have a complete knowledge of all conditions, tides, swells and winds, ensuring that you arrive safely and comfortably to the best surfing locations, and with the aid of Radar, GPS, and powerful spotlights, the Dreamweaver is able to do most of your travelling during the night while you are sleeping, (or partying) so you get more time at each break.

The Food

The crew will prepare you everyday three high-carbohydrate meals daily, pasta, chicken, fish, eggs, rice, fresh fruit and vegetables, etc etc, plus ample snacks, cold soft drinks, bottled water and four Bintang beers per day from the fully catered kitchen. You are also welcome to bring spirits on board if you prefer something stronger. Be aware that Indonesian customs will only allow you to bring in 1 litre of alcohol per person.

7 Day & 7 Nights Adventure

Day One


Your seven-day, seven night adventure begins at approximately 7am on the first day, when you will be transferred from your hotel to Serangan Beach, approximately 15 minutes drive.

From there, a leisurely boat trip across the Badung Strait to beautiful Nusa Lembongan. The rest of the day is yours to explore the island, or we can drop by our fast alumimium dingy to surf some of the world class reef breaks found here, such as, Shipwrecks, Lacerations, Razors and Playground.


Day Two Till Seven


Very early the next morning, while you are still asleep, the crew will up anchor and head for the island of Lombok, where your adventure really begins at one of the longest, and best, left hand tubes in the world, Desert Point.

From here on, it is up to you and the other guests along with the Captain and his knowledge and experience as to where you go for the next six days. A full on customized adventure!

You will arrive back to Serangan Beach in Bali on the morning of the 8th day, the hosts will arrange transport back to your hotel, or the airport if you require.


The package includes:

– 7 days/7nights of Surf , Fish and relax

– Transfer from hotel/airport and return

– Full board incl. 4 beers/day/PAX



Surfing Nusa Tenggara Archipelago

You will have the luck to be taken to the best surf in the area, depending on weather and surf conditions. You will surf some of the best surf spots in Lembongan, Lombok, Sumbawa: Nusa Lembongan (Shipwreck, Laceration, Playground), Lombok (Desert Point) and Sumbawa (Scar Reef, Supersuck, Yoyos), but aswell all those uncrowded secret spots along the South Lombok coast, where none of the other boats can go to.

Surfing Bali

Bali has over 20 top-quality breaks on the Southwest and Southeast coasts of the island and around the Bukit Peninsula. Some of these breaks like Padang Padang and Uluwatu are world class barrelling reef breaks.


Others range from good fun, like the beach breaks around Kuta and Sanur, to serious tubular waves. Bali gets the full force of southern ocean swells directly from the Antarctic, its south-west and south-east coasts being littered with surf spots.


The dry winter months (June-Sept) are preferred for their perfect surf conditions. However, this means that these are also the most crowded times. The Monsoon, or wet season (Oct-May) still offer good waves. Bali, unlike other areas of Indonesia where all spots are heavy reef breaks for experienced surfers, actually has a lot of beach breaks accessible to all.

Surf Spots Nusa Lembongan


The most famous and most surfed of all the waves on Nusa Lembongan, this right produces a good wall for maneuvers and, depending on the tide, good tubes. Best at medium tide with a 4 to 6 foot swell, but can get bigger on a good day.


A powerful and very hollow right hander that can produce some of the best barrels around if the swell direction is right. Best at medium tide with swell of 3 to 8 feet.


A right and a left with a soft coral bottom, that are very easy and fun to surf, being the favorites of inexperienced surfers. Best with medium swell (4 to 6 foot) and medium or high tide.

Surf Spots South Lombok


A long walled and incredibly hollow left hander that on its day can break up to 300 meters, growing in size from takeoff to end. Has been called the best left hander in the world, if you get it when its on you will never forget it! Best between 3-8 ft.


This is a fairly typical Indo reef break. Nice and consistent with powerful long rides when the swell picks up. Sensitive to winds. It’s better during the raining season with NE winds.

Two main peaks: The right: good peaky right on the west side. Can be powerful. The left: at the east side of the bay. Doesnt always work, but very good when its on.


2 breaks – a hollow shifty left, best at mid to high tide. A nice right with a fast inside section, best at low to mid-tide. Has reasonable protection from the wind.


This is a huge bay about 7 km east of Kuta, and on a big day it offers a few different breaks around the bay. It can handle any winds as its protected and surrounded by hills Inside Gerupuk or Bumbang Bay, a right-hander,a fun wave suitable for all levels of ability breaking over flat reef or sand bottom.

Up to a maximum of 10 foot. Don-Don, A right and left hand peak suitable for all abilities, can be a real fun break especially on a bigger swell, best on an outgoing tide. Pelawangan, another right-hander for beginners, only on big days, it can get very hollow on the right tide.


Is located on the east side of Kuta. A reef break, it has two spots. Outside Ekas, a good left-hander close to the entrance of the channel that can break for up to 200 meters on the right day.

Inside Ekas, its a fun peaky wave, A left and right hander, works with a bigger swell, the left from mid to high tide and the right from mid to low tide, hollow and barreling on inside section.Can get very good when the winds are light, maximum 8 foot.

Surf Spots Sumbawa


A long walled left peak where you drive into several backdoor sections all offering tube rides to write home about. Best between 2-10ft. There is also a smaller right hander on the inside reef on the bigger days.


Has been called the longest most intense tube ever ridden. Breaking over a live coral reef, this wave reels faultlessly for 150 meters. Get pitted from takeoff to exit. No top turns here when its on! Best between 3-6 ft.


Catches any swell. It consists of two rights, one a wedge peak breaking off a cliff face, the other a long walled right reef in the middle of the bay, usually surfed when everywhere else is small. Best between 2-6 ft but has been surfed at up to 12 ft and bigger.

Time On the Boat

Besides incredible surfing options, there is also time to relax on the boat, have a beer with the mates and to take advantage of:

  • fishing equipment
  • snorkeling gear and
  • spear guns,
  • ski ropes for some wakeboarding.



Nusa Tengarra Archipelago


The Nusa Tenggara archipelago, or Lesser Sunda Islands, stretches east of Bali and includes the islands of Bali, Lombok, Sumbawa, Sumba, Flores and Timor.


Bali is an Indonesian island located in the westernmost of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of the country’s 33 provinces with the provincial capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island.


Bali may no longer be the “last frontier” surf destination it used to be, but it still lies at the heart of the Indonesian surf experience, the quality of its waves and the “Bali Hai” lifestyle attracting surfers from all over the world. Bali is an island of high volcanoes, rice fields, majestic temples and beautiful beaches which has maintained its traditions very well alive, but you will equally find McDonalds, surfshops, cheap restaurants, bars and plenty of nightlife in Kuta.


West Nusa Tenggara is a province in south-central Indonesia. It covers the western portion of the Lesser Sunda Islands, except for Bali. The two largest islands in the province are Lombok in the west and the larger Sumbawa island in the east. Mataram, on Lombok, is the capital and largest city of the province.




Bali has a tropical climate appropriate to its proximity to the equator and year round temperatures averaging 31ºC. Wet Season: October – April (High Humidity) Dry Season: May – September (Low Humidity) The Most rain recorded is from December to February. A very refreshing cool breeze all day long: June – August.

Getting Here

Flying to Bali - Denpasar (DPS)

Ngurah Rai International Airport also referred as Denpasar International Airport is the main airport of the Island. 

From Australia and New Zeland

Seasonal direct flights available from Auckland and are operated by Air New Zealand

Direct flights from all major Australian cities. Flights operated by:

  • Garuda Indonesia
  • Jetstar Airways
  • Tigerair Australia
  • Virgin Australia

From Asia and the Middle East

Direct flights from most major capitals are operated by:

  • Air Asia
  • Cathay Dragon/Cathay Pacific
  • Emirates
  • Garuda Indonesia
  • Hong Kong Airlines
  • Lion Air
  • Malaysia Air
  • Malindo Air
  • and more

From Europe

Direct flights are available form Amsterdam by KLM and St. Petersburg by Rossiya Airlines.

The most convenient and poplar transit flights are outed through:

  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Singapore
  • Dubai

Also try to search for flights to Jakarta and then take a quick domestic flight to Bali. 


Depending on your passport there are three options to enter Indonesia that apply to most travelers that come for tourist or social purpose only:

  • No Visa required (140 countries – FREE entry, 30 days valid, NOT extendable) 
  • Visa on Arrival (35US$, 30 days valid, extendable (once for 30 days)
  • Visa needed (apply abroad before arriving in Indonesia)

You can check visa requirements for your country here:

Vaccination and Insurance

Recommended Vaccination and Vaccines for your trip to Bali:

  • Tetanus Diphteria
  • Typhoid
  • Hepatitis A

Traveling with a valid travel health insurance is highly recommended. 


7 Days/ 7 Nights Rates

– 7 days/7nights of Surf , Fish and relax

– Transfer from hotel and return ( we suggest that you arrive at least one day before the trip)

– Full board incl. 4 beers/day/PAX


Peak Season only $1,500 Aud per head ( April to the end of September )

Low Season only $1,300 Aud per head ( October to the end of March )


Private Charter Option: For up to 14 surfers only $18,000 AUD in peak season. You save $3,000 on the per head rate and the boat will be exclusively for your group. There is no minimum number of surfers required for a private surf charter.

Charter Dates


March 3rd – 10th 

March 12th – 19th 

March 21st – 28th 



April 3rd – 10th 

April 12th – 19th 

April 21st – 28th 

April 30th – May 7 



May 9th – 16th

May 18th – 25th 

May 27th – June 3rd 



June 5th – 12th 

June 14th – 21st 

June 26th – July 3rd 



July 14th – 21st 

July 23rd – 30th



August 2nd – 9th 

August 11th – 18th 

August 21st – 28th 

August 30th – Sept 6th 



September 8th – 15th 

September 18th – 25th 

September 27th – Oct 4th 



October 6th – 13th 

October 15th – 22nd  

October 24th – 31st 



November 2nd – 9th 

November 11th – 18th 

November 20th – 27th 


It is also possible to book the charter during December, January and February, with flexible length of trips in these months, even with one or two day trips to Nusa Lembongan/Nusa Cenigan. There are still some great waves to be had in Indo during this so called “low season”. 



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