Rippling across the equator for nearly 5000km, Indonesia encompasses more than 17,000 islands.

Bali Surf Camp

Bali is the surfing capital of Indonesia and we base ourselves in charming and increasingly quirky Canggu, on the West Coast. We make the most of our time surfing the numerous breaks on our doorstep, practising yoga on the roof terrace and winding down in the beachfront warungs and bars. By joining the Indonesia surf camp you'll experience the incredible combination of unparalleled surfing and the welcoming Indonesian culture, in a unique and hassle-free way.

Next Trip: 1st to 15th May 2017. Find out more and download the free brochure here.

Trip Details

Bali Surf Camp 1st May 2017 for 14 Days

  • Airport transfers
  • Daily surf guiding
  • Surf specific yoga classes
  • Professional daily surf tuition (min 2 hours daily)
  • Video and photo analysis
  • Transfer to and from the surf breaks
  • Involvement in local community initiatives
  • Accommodation in a beachside surf camp
  • Breakfast every day
  • All local transport
  • Full UK support & pre-departure

Tiered pricing - see live prices at

All this for only £1,195 Per Person

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Food and Drink

Food is not included in the price of the trip however food and drink is very cheap in Indonesia. £10 per day will be sufficient for 3 meals, but you may want some pocket money for Bintangs!

Surfing at Bali Surf Camp

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.

Bali Surf Camp Location

You will need to fly to Denpansar Airport to arrive on the 1st May, and depart on the 15th May. There is no fixed arrival times, the team will be there to greet you and rop you off 2 weeks later.

Air and Water Temperature in Bali Surf Camp

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Reviews of Bali Surf Camp

These reviews are all written by customers of Errant Surf who have been to Bali Surf Camp . If you'd like to leave a review please contact us!

“Being a complete beginner on this trip was really nerve wracking at first but I found out quickly that I had nothing to worry about. The Trip Leaders are amazing and improve your surfing unbelievably quickly. They never push you into any wave you don’t want to surf and the end results are amazing!”

Sophie Altcheck -

"The coaching from the TTRide Trip Leaders was incredible and they went above and beyond the call of duty to improve my surfing. As for Indonesia, the waves are incredible, the scenery is epic and the lifestyle of jumping out of the boat every morning into the line up is something you quickly get used to. I can't thank TTRide anymore and I'm looking forward to heading back to Indo very soon, Cheers!"

Matthew Quinlan -

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