The NextLevel Surfcamp Bali course covers all areas of surfing and ocean skills. World-class in wave surf lessons, detailed video analysis of every wave. Surf theory, core skills practice in the pool, surf yoga strength and mobility training, advanced breath-hold techniques. Your mastery of these skills gives you the confidence and knowledge most surfers only gain from a lifetime in the ocean.
You can surf a huge variety of world-class waves, that work In different conditions. If you’re a complete Beginner, Intermediate Or Advanced surfer, join us in Bali today. Your NextLevel Surfcamp holiday delivers much more than standard Surf Lessons or Guiding. Get a surf coach with a passion for teaching you to be the best surfer you can.
Great info explained step by step. A structure of simple, logical and technical steps to unlock your surfing dreams. A great surf coach can help you progress every session. Over a 7 day course, the changes you make will be amazing. These solid surf skill foundations will accelerate your surf progress for years to come.
Surf School Bali is located directly on 66 Beach, Seminyak, on the beautiful island of Bali. Join our qualified and friendly staff for a surfing adventure and let us bring your natural talents to light. Each of our courses is tailored to fit your skill level and personal goals. Our school provides the highest quality surfing gear, great attitudes, and individualized instruction – essential for a fun and unforgettable surfing experience. Make the most of your stay and enjoy the surf. Your smile is our reward!
It was an-usual experience to hear a group of female dancers chant together in beautiful costumes and men walking on scorching-hot burning coconut husks. The performance is held on an open-theatre and started with a dance about the story of Ramayana. Don’t forget to bring a mosquito-spray as the show will be held during the evening. Ticket purchase is available on the spot, come 15 minutes early to secure the best seats.
This Traditional Bali dances performances are held at the local centre Bale Banjar Ubud Kelod. There are four types of dancings that we can enjoy, Pendet Dance, Topeng Tua, Legong Dance and the special Barong Waksirsa Dance.
Pendet dance also called as a welcome dance; young unmarried girls carry bowls of flower petals, handfuls of which are cast into the air at various times in the course of the dance. Topeng Tua dance is a solo dance, depicting an older man who is still very energetic in his old age.
Legong Dance is the oldest classical dance of Bali and used to be a royal entertainment. At the same time, Barong Waksirsa Dance tells us about the Goddess Durga/ white Rangda who comes down to the earth, followed by her follower (Sisya) named Waksirsa (Pig).
For many years, Dreamland beach was one of Bali’s hippest and most peaceful beaches. The peaceful white sands of Dreamland then became home to a number of funky beachside warungs, and a young and fashionable crowd made this their weekend destination of choice. Surfers came to relax and full-moon parties were held at night. It was indeed a dreamy spot.
Today, things have changed. The planned golf course has been built, alongside a water park, several hotels, and a huge nightclub overlooking the small beach. The old warungs have been destroyed, replaced by a concrete structure with restaurants inside. The most common visitors to the beach are now package tourists, who come in buses to take photos and buy souvenirs from the many vendors on the beach.
Dreamland is still beautiful and is not a bad place for swimming, although it’s more polluted than other beaches in the area and the waves close to shore can slam into rocks in places. It also has fairly good waves for less experienced surfers, which are a short way out into the ocean. Tourists who are interested in visiting Dreamland should keep in mind that it is now far from peaceful, and should expect the hustle and bustle of Kuta here, rather than the secluded beauty of other nearby areas.
To access the beach you must park at the resort and walk through so they charge you a modest amount or just buy a couple of drinks and you can use their chairs and pool and also access the beach. It is not a good beach for swimming as it has a lot of rocks. But still, Nice to see.
Serangan was once an island that was only accessible by boat. This changed when a massive resort was planned for the area, and the surrounding reefs were ground up and made into a road connecting the island to the mainland. The resort project then fell through, and a garbage dump was built near the entrance instead. Luckily, after all of this destruction, the island became a wildlife sanctuary, in order to protect its large population of turtles.
Today, visitors to Serangan must pass through security checkpoints to access its main beach, followed by a drive down a bumpy, deserted limestone road. The beach itself is white sand and coral, with a rock jetty at one end. Little beach warungs line the coast, serving food and drinks at basic tables and sun loungers. There are not many vendors here, but they can be aggressive. If you are not interested in buying anything, make that clear and don’t start up a long conversation. Massages are also available, with prices negotiable.
The beach here is in a little bay, so swimming close to shore is very safe. Just be aware that where the sand ends, the ocean floor is a sharp reef with many sea urchins. The reef is very shallow and sticks out of the water at low tides. Serangan is most popular for surfing as there is a very consistent wave that can be easy to handle. When the wind is out of the west, surf schools tend to come here, making it rather crowded. Surfboard rentals are available for those who want to give it a go.
Besikalung Wildlife Sanctuary is a haven for endangered birds and animals within the forest, on the slopes of Mt. Batukaru in central Bali. All over Indonesia birds and animals are under threat from poachers and illegal wildlife traders – the country has the world’s second-highest number of threatened birds.
Our sanctuary, which is home to Leaf monkeys, macaques, and birds, takes in part of Bali’s largest remaining forest and spans an area covering 5km in radius from the island’s famous Besikalung Temple.
Big Fish : Morays, Octopus, Barracuda, Reef Sharks, Turtles, Mola Mola
Terrain : Coral Reef, Sand, Rock
Contour : Slope
Clearwater, plenty of corals and a stunning sea life during a smooth drift dive at Toyapakeh. Good place to meet Mola Molas!
The must-see dive spot at Nusa Penida!
Nusa Penida is the place you shouldn’t miss if you are interested in scuba diving. And a very special spot is indeed Toyapakeh. Clearwater, an exposed bay and plenty of different and healthy corals. If you are lucky it may offer you the chance to see marble rays and giant trevallies.
During the months between July and Sep. when the water becomes cooler, Mola Mola can be spotted around Toyapakeh and around Nusa Penida.