Rippling across the equator for nearly 5000km, Indonesia encompasses more than 17,000 islands.
The 2-week island hopping adventure in Indo really is all about the adventure! After just one night in Canggu, you will jump straight on a small plane to head over to Lombok and head out on the boats to one of the various lineups. This is the theme, every spot is accessed by boat, jumping straight into it.
What to expect
Experience some of the most exciting surfing in magnificent but yet unspoilt waters of Lombok. While the sleepy little island of Nusa Lembongan will capture your heart and test your surfing mettle with breaks like Playgrounds, Shipwrecks and Lacerations.
Two weeks of top coaching from your Trip Leaders will grow your confidence and your surfing will reflect this. As we're mostly out on boats, a lot of the coaching will be done from the water, but there will also be time back on land where photo and video analysis will come into play. All our surf instructors hold internationally recognised qualifications and are there to ensure overall progression, as well as your safety in the water. This trip is aimed at surfers who are looking to take their skills to the next level with focused coaching in tropical waves complimented by surf specific yoga classes.
Next Trip: 14th May - 29th May 2017. Find out more and download the information pack here.
Grupuk: The island of Lombok is famous for its shallow barrelling wave at Dessert Point. Head around the corner though and you can find uncrowded perfection in a little fishing village which is where we are based.
Nusa Lembongan: This is the ultimate small island paradise, with it being just a couple of hours to walk all the way around the island, fantastic snorkelling, great waves and amazing sunsets you will get lost in a daze of bliss.
Food is not included in the price of the surf trip, however food in Indonesia is very cheap. £10 per day will work nicely to feed you 3 meals, but worth taking a bit extra for Bintangs.
Are you prepared to take your surfing to the next level?
The most amazing thing about surfing in Indonesia is how perfect the waves are, which means you really get to try the same thing over and over again until you get it right. Also being dropped off on a boat means the paddle out is easy and you get to catch more waves using less effort in a shorter space of time. It really is a surfing paradise.
We surf every type of wave imagineable, usually in their most perfect form, regardless if it is reef, beach break, rock or point break.
In Bali we surf a mix of beach breaks, deep reef breaks, wedges and shallower reef breaks (for those who are ready). This gives a great opportunity to gain experience and to feed off the knowledge of your instructors who will guide you through every step of the way.
In Lombok and Nusa Lembongan we progress riders onto reef breaks. Some are easy and soft whilst others are shallower and sharper, and once again you will only surf the spots that are most appropriate for you and move up to the more challenging spots when you are ready for it.
*Price can rise anytime. See www.tickettoridegroup.com for live rate
Lombok: Located on the waters edge, you'll sleep in en-suite twin rooms with AC and aTV. It also has a restaurant which serves tasty, well-priced food.
Nusa Lembongan: Twin rooms with bathroom en-suite, AC and TV. There's also a restaurant, bar and swimming pool to keep you entertained during your surfing breaks.
1) Will the flight to Lombok be included in the trip?
Yes all transport from when you arrive and leave from Denpasar International Airport is included in your trip price.
2) Can you drink the tap water there?
No, we recommend buying the bottled water only.
3) Will the waves be too difficult for me?
There are loads of different types of waves to suit everyone's needs, so there's no need to worry.
4) Do I need to worry about Malaria?
These islands tend to be low to no risk areas of Indonesia. However, we recommend checking the latest government advice on Fit For Travel, as well as speaking to your GP about the trip.
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You will need a flight into Denpansar where your trip leaders will pick you to start your Indo surf adventure, and drop you off well in time for your departure flight on the final day.
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