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Yes, surfing does look cool (if you’re doing it right). But the journey can be long to get to the point where wipeouts are rare and messing up your duck dives is a thing of the past. It might look easy but remember it is still a sport and takes a lot of practice. In the meantime, while you’re trying to get to that level why don’t I save you some embarrassment of returning to the beach in nothing but your birthday suit.
Things have changed a bit around both of our most popular camps. And if you weren’t aware, our Canggu camp that had been closed due to renovations is now finally back in action. I’m sure you’re curious as to what’s been done to make our camps better than they already were so we’ve put a list together to show you. Here's what's new around the camps...
Still haven’t sorted out your summer holidays? Well, June is the perfect month to be in Bali. Wet season is over and temperatures have dropped slightly to an average of 27C. Book with us during this month and save up to 30% on your entire holiday. For a short time only we are offering discounts for a variety of rooms throughout two of our most popular surf camps.
As you start getting into surf, you’ll come to realise that not every surfboard is built the same and that each make has its specialty and can determine how much more speed, precision and fluidity it can give you when it comes to catching a wave.
As part of the service, our team Kima will spend quite a bit of time making sure you understand which surfboard works for you including trying the different types available. So what exactly should you be looking out for in order to find the best surfboard? For starters:
Nyepi, It’s a very sacred and important Hindu holiday on the Island of Bali, that marks the beginning of the Balinese New Year. This Saka Calendar year, it falls on the 28th of March, the night of the new moon. There are 5 days of celebrations during this time, from the 25th to the 29th. On the third day of festivities is Nyepi day, a day of silence.