Nusa Dua Surfing
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What you should know
Nusa Dua is located on the south-east side of Bali and 14km from the airport. It's a 25 minutes ride depending on traffic conditions. You can get a taxi (Bluebird or Gojek), or order one of our private drivers to get you to Nusa Dua beach.
Unless you are an experienced surfer who already knows the best spots in Nusa Dua, we do recommend you to go with a guide.
You need to be able to surf well to manage the waves in Nusa Dua, so it would be good to train up!
The best time is during the rainy season between November and March as that is when there are the best waves.
You can choose between having a surf lesson suitable for all levels, an intermediate lesson for experienced surfers, or even learn how to surf the longboard! You could also opt for a private lesson where the guide can tailor the lesson to your needs.
North Bali is quieter compared to South Bali, great for those who want to see the 'real' Bali. Highlights unique to the area include dolphin-watching tours in the calm seas off Lovina, nature reserves, magnificent temples, a collection of fine waterfalls dotting the highlands, and a magnificent water blow.
Perched on top of a steep cliff approximately 70 metres above sea level, Uluwata Temple is one of the 6 key temples considered to be Bali's spiritual pillars. It has direct views overlooking the beautiful waves of the Indian Ocean with delightful sunsets, and daily Kecak dance performances held at an amphitheatre nearby.
Garuda Wisnu Kencana Cultural Park:
A fascinating 60-hectare cultural park which is home to the towering statue which is Bali’s most iconic landmark and depicts the Hindu God Wisnu, atop his mount, the mythical eagle, Garuda. Soaring to a height of over 120 meters, this is one of the tallest monumental statues in the world.
Nusa Dua Water Blow:
The Water Blow site in Nusa Dua lets you see large waves from the Indian Ocean constantly crashing against jagged limestone edges. The best time to see the surge of water (sometimes reaching up to 30 metres high) is in July or August when the tide is high.
Surfing in Nusa Dua is more for intermediate surfers.