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Bukit Surf Camp - Bukit, Bali. Indonesia


Bukit Surf Camp - Bukit, Bali Guests overall rating: ★★★★★ 4.7 based on 4 reviews.
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Bukit Surfcamp Bali is run by surfers who love surfing and welcome all kinds of surfers looking to learn, improve and experience the best breaks that Bali has to offer !


Warm water all year round.. qualified surf instructors.. surfboards rentals in all shapes and sizes.. Thanks to the huge variety of consistent waves from reef breaks to the sandy bottom ones we can offer you all levels surf lessons and surf guided tours around the best surf spots of Bukit all rapidly accessible from your accommodation : Uluwatu, Padang Padang, Impossibles, Bingin, Dreamland, Balangan and more..


Swimming pool.. bar and restaurant.. pool table.. We offer accommodation within 5 minutes from the beach in shared dorms, bungalows or private rooms with A/C, ensuite bathroom, free Wi-Fi and half board service option.  If you want to visit Bali and its temples we can assist you with motor bikes or cars rentals or more comfortable local trips around Ubud, Kintamani, Tanelot, etc.


The surfcamp is perfectly located on the Bukit Peninsula’s southwest coast at Padang Padang beach.  Bukit surfcamp with its numerous top surf spots in such close proximity one to another provides an incredible mix of conditions for surfing widely renowned all over the world. At Padang Padang to the right of the heavy and famous left hander there is another easy right hand wave that breaks into a deep water channel for beginners.


The surfcamp can accommodate up to 20 Guests per week in private or shared accommodation, with complete access to the surfcamp facilities (swimming pool, bar, free wi-fi, etc.) and different level of comfort. You will be accommodated in a traditional Indonesian Bungalows in the middle of 1400 m2 garden at only a few minutes walk away from the beautiful beaches of Bali!




A/C deluxe twin room or  Fan twin room.. balinese style Bungalow per 2 people with mosquito nets, single beds, lock-up boxes, shared bathroom facilities and hot shower, with fan or a/c cooling system.


Shared room.. up to 4 people with ensuite bathroom and hot shower,, air conditioning, mosquitos nets.


Private bungalow.. balinese style Bungalow per 2 people with king size bed, TV & DVD,  air conditioning and ensuite bathroom.


Private rooms.. large, stylish and comfy balinese bungalows with space up to 4 people (extra single beds), double king size bed, TV & DVD,  air conditioning and ensuite bathroom and hot shower.




Our weekly package includes breakfast and dinners with local and international dishes (5 days/week) served the the bar and restaurant of the surfcamp, meanwhile you can decide if take part to yoga lessons, chill out at the swimming pool or run for a surfari.



Beginners surf school

Surf guided yours for intermediate and advanced surfers.

Surf coaching pro-level


For those who have always wanted to learn surfing, Bali has very consistent surf and great warm weather. Our surf instructors will choose the best location according to your ability.  With over 30 years surf experience among them all our guides have been traveling around bali and pretty much know each an every spot like there own local breaks. If you surf by yourself, the local Surf Guides will show you the best surf spots around. As a local he knows best where beginners, advanced or pro´s should surf. At Padang Padang, to the right of the heavy and famous left hander there is another easy right hand wave that breaks into a deep water channel for beginners.




Padang Padang beach, with its long , consistent and unbroken wave, is an ideal place to learn how to surf and hone your technique.  We recommend you a weekly course of surf who allowed you to jump on your surfboard as soon fast as possible.. Rule number 1… Have Fun! All of our instructors have Australian surfing and lifeguards license as well. They are experts on choosing the best time and location to surf.



Lesson 1


• Safety rules

• Surf materials

• Paddling

• How to catch a wave

• Standing up

• Control the surfboard


Lesson  2


• Refining stand up technique

• How to catch a wave

• How to speed up and stall


Lesson 3


• Bottom turn basis

• Back hand and forehand

• Surf awareness


Lesson 4


• Linking turns

• Enhancing your technique


 Lesson 5


• Top and bottom turns

• Paddle out different techniques

• Paddle out the back

• Waves and foam


Lesson 6


• Surf unbroken waves

• Sitting on your board

• Angled take-off

• Wave selection and timing


Lesson 7


• Backhand and forehand turns on the face of a wave

• Position in the line-up

• Rip currents knowledge

• Wave selection and timing

• Surfing with hardboards




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 winter months (June-Sept) are preferred for their perfect surf conditions on the West side of Bali. However, this means that these are also the most crowded times. From 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.




PADANG PADANG left hander


Only a two minute walking from the Surfcamp. “The balinese pipeline”. Left . Very fast long barrelling. Breaks over a shallow coral reef and is only for expert Surfers.



Reef break

Best tide : All tides

Swell : S – SW

Swell range :  6 – 12 ft


* Padang Padang RIGHT : Perfect for beginners. Long slow unbroken waves. Breaks in front of a beautiful white sandy beach. Ideal as well for sunbathing and watching the sunset.


ULUWATU left hander


Very consistent with many different peaks which all turn on at different tide stages. Experts only.



Reef break

Best tide : Mid to high tide

Swell : S – W

Swell range :  2 – 15 ft


BINGIN left hander


Works best at mid tide and has very consistent waves with many perfect barrels. With high tide it is perfect for long boarders or intermediate surfers. At low tide it can be very shallow and recommended for expert Surfers only.



Reef break

Best tide : Mid tide

Swell : S – W

Swell range :  3 – 8 ft


BALANGAN left hander


Reef Coral break on a beautiful and very quiet white sandy beach. Suitable for all surfers.



Reef break

Best tide : All tides

Swell : S – W

Swell range :  4 – 15 ft


DREAMLAND right/left


Beautiful beach break that works at different tides and is suitable for novice Surfers.



Reef break

Best tide : Low to mid tide

Swell : S – W

Swell range :  2 – 10 ft


Other spots : Gunung Payung and Nusa Dua and many more accessible for intermediate and beginners.





The emerald islands of the Indonesian archipelago have for centuries lured everyone, from missionaries to pirates, traders and more recently to tourists and backpackers. The sandalwood and spice breezes, magnificent beaches, mountains and volcanoes of these islands acting as a magnet to both ancient and modern travellers. But Indonesia is also the ultimate surfer’s paradise, with hundreds of islands and unknown waves waiting to be discovered. The climate is tropical and has two main seasons: from November to march and from June to October.



Although Bali is relatively small (90 miles long and 48 miles wide), it is densely populated and culturally and economically one of the most important islands of Indonesia. Bali has more than 3 million people, a great variety of countryside and probably more than 10,000 temples. While Bali may no longer be the “last frontier” surf destination, it still lies at the heart of the Indonesian surf experience, the quality of its waves and “Bali Hai” lifestyle attracting surfers from all over the world. It is also a mandatory stop for anyone on their Indo trip to the adjacent G-Land, Lombok or Sumbawa surf spots. 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, surf shops, cheap restaurants, bars and plenty of nightlife in Kuta.




Tropical. Warm waters all year long ! Good waves all year long! Bali is a tropical island with temperatures ranging from 21 to 33°C. Dry season lasts from April until September, and that means sunshine every day. Wet season lasts from December until March, and at least a short daily shower is common but still sunny and great waves all day long!!! Still, temperatures mostly remain tropical. So don’t take too many clothes! Except for one long sleeve outfit and the right shoes for hiking the volcano, shorts and tee shirts are more than enough. Besides, shopping is a must on Bali! Water temperature is a constant 28°C, so you will mostly surf in shorts. At chilly morning sessions you will sometimes wear a lycra shirt, but a neoprene shorty is not really necessary.

Getting Here

Depansar airport (Ngurah Rai international Airport) is 18 kms far from the surfcamp. Transfer to the camp : 18€ *per person/way Please let us know the time of your arrival with at least 24 hours of prior notice.



30-day tourist visas are available to visitors from most countries upon arrival in Bali for only $25 USD. A 60-day tourist visa can also be applied for at the Indonesian embassy in your home country. The 60-day visa is necessary for citizens of countries not eligible for obtaining visas upon arrival as well as those who wish to stay in Bali for more than 30 days.


Tourists are permitted to bring 3 surfboards into Bali for personal use. Any boards beyond the allotted three will be counted as imports by the Indonesian government and subject to a customs duty of around $100 US dollars per board, though this fee is often negotiable.


The island of Bali is considered malaria-safe. If you plan to venture to other parts of Indonesia be advised to take precautions, since all other Indonesian islands have a higher risk for malaria. Staying on boats offshore (for liveboards, diving excursions, etc.) is also considered safe.


The currency of Bali and Indonesia is the Rupiah. The exchange rate with the euro varies from day to day but at the time of writing 1 euro = 12,300 Rupiah. It is best to arrive in Bali with a valid international debit card such as a Maestro (EC) or a widely accepted credit card.



Private Surf Shed2 + 2**7567€
Private Villa2 + 2**7532€
Private Surf Shack2 + 2**7480€
Double Bungalow2 + 2**7462€
Twin fan27448€
Twin A/C27497€
Shared room47497€


The prices are per person and include :


• 7 nights of accommodation in private or shared room

• Daily breakfast, five dinners per week (Monday to Friday),

• Unlimited trips to surf spots and guided surfing from Monday through Saturday

• 6 days of surf course

• 4 hours /day surf lesson (materials included)

• Airport transfer go/return


* government taxes 10 % not included


Not included :


Surfboard insurance : 80€ * per week

Yoga lesson : (1 hour) : 10€* per person

Massage (1 hour) : 10€ * per person

Surf rental : 10€ * per day  


Private Surf Shed2 + 2**110€
Private Villa2 + 2**100€
Private Surf Shack2 + 2**85€
Double Bungalow2 + 2**80€
Twin fan238€
Twin A/C245€
Shared room445€


* Prices are per person

** Extra person 50€/55€ per person/night

*** government taxes 10 % not included



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