An Indonesian island located just 3.2km east of Java and east of Lombok offers you incredible culture combined with the regular glassy waves, making Bali one of the most desired SUP holiday destinations. Though not just for the wind and wave lover, but also for people looking for a place to relax into a calm ambiance and be pampered to perfection in the luxurious spas.
Bali is one of our favourite all year destinations for a SUP holiday. The wind is only around for a few months in the year, and even then it is not reccommended as a high wind destination, whereas the glassy waves are there all year. Making Bali the perfect SUP holiday destination for advanced wave riders and novices alike, most of the year the swells regularly reach 12 ft, but there are also many perfect beginner spots with long, and gentle waves.
You could also make a Bali SUP holiday part of a tour around the other Indonesian Islands such as the Gili Islands, Lombok, and many more, check out and example of a SUP holiday tour above. We can tailor make SUP holiday tours specifically for you, visiting as many places as you like, for however long you like, just come to us with a few ideas and we'll do the rest!
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Bali Recieves the full force of southern swells from the Atlantic, which is what produces the year round, constant and reliable waves. Due to these world renowned conditions, breaks can become crowded in peak months, but with some local knowledge uncrowded breaks are no problem to find.
By far the best wave for first timers due to its mellow height and strength. The wave is a long left hander, and predominantly a SUP wave, so you don't have to worry about taking out a surfer.
A 15 minute cruise out from the shore you will find Blue Reef, the perfect wave for an intermediate, and one of the less crowded breaks on the east coast.
Often referred to by locals as 'mini pipeline' as it begins to barrel over 4 ft
For the serious wave sailor this area is amazing !! A huge beach around 5 km long with many wave spot all the way along ranging from easy small beach break waves to 5m + peeling reef breaks!
A SUP holiday to Bali has loads to offer along with SUP activities.
Bali is home to numerous mountains, all of which can be climbed, though it is highly reccommended to hire a guide, who will not only ensure your safe and don't get lost, but will also give you and in depth back ground of the history and culture.
The Diving in Bali is absolutely spectacular, for all information on Bali and other Indonesian destinations check out our dive holidays HERE!
There are some astoundingly beautiful walks and treks in Bali, either taking you up a volcano, or through the rice fields. The treks and walks host some incredible views, and are the best way to truly experience the unique culture Bali has.
In the months of June, July, and August, Bali offers great kitesurfing conditions for beginners and advanced wave riders. For all information on our kitesurfing holidays in Bali check out Planet Kitesurf HERE!
The list of things to do in Bali is really long, but to give you an idea some of the activities on offer are: Cycling tours, horse riding, fishing, kayaking, snorkelling, gold, bungee jumping, paragliding, and rafting.
Nightlife in Bali has something for everyone whether you are looking for a romantic dinner for two or you want to party all night.
Sanur: In Sanur you will be able to lean back on a comfortable lounger, chat with friends and colleagues, drink a glass of martini, and enjoy to live smooth jazz sounds.
Kuta The nightlife scene in Kuta commonly starts late - about 23:00 to midnight with bars and pubs offering different atmospheres and types of amusement. A few clubs and bars showcase live bands, professional dancers, DJ's and ‘fashion shows’.
Legian possesses some of Bali’s favourite bars and clubs. Also owning an astounding sunset. From beach parties to snug lounges, from live blues to scratching turntable beats, just name it and your driver will deliver you at its doors.
The average temperature hovers around 30°C year-round. There are dry and wet seasons - dry from April to October and Wet from October to March - but it can rain at any time of year and even during the wet season rain is likely to pass quickly. The best surf months are Arpil to November with swells regularly reacheing 12ft. The rest of the year usually produces waves between 4-8ft.