"SURF SEASON" 2013 IS GOING OFF!
The sun is shining, the swells are lining up, with glassy conditions on both sides of Bali for the next few months. You can surf the dawn session at East Coast spots like Keramas or Nusa Dua, then swing over to the West Coast knowing the reliable offshore winds will kick in during the day. There will be perfect surf conditions until the end of October, so plan your Indo surf trip now.
A record 3 Million tourists are predicted to visit Bali in 2013, so book your flights and hotels soon! And definitely get your Indo Surf Travel Insurance from us - it's the only insurance that covers your surfboard if it breaks while surfing! As well as all the essentials like Emergency Hospital costs and Medivac flights back home: "Less than $10 a day to keep bankruptcy away"
All you need is board shorts, sun block and Indo Surf and Lingo to guide the way! All Bali's surf spots are listed in our exclusive Bali Wave Size Prediction Chart, making it easy for you to plan where to surf each day!
Surf & Weather Prediction to the end of October - Hot, sunny and offshore - with plenty of head high surf on both coasts of Bali. Swell averages 4-6 foot in the early "surf season" till the end of June. July and August get the biggest swells, and also the biggest crowds.
Surf Seasons: Bali is renowned for always having a 4 foot wave somewhere on the island. All year you can be guaranteed head high surf most days, with an 8 to 10 foot swell pumping through every week or two. Starting in April the famous lefts on the west coast enjoy offshore sunny perfection through till the end of October. This is considered the best time of year for guaranteed surf and sunshine. The biggest swells usually hit from June to September. November and December see winds start to swing, with less consistent variable conditions until January when the monsoon winds and swells set in until the end of March.
No matter what time of year you go, the waves are always surfable, and it's always offshore on one side of the island. The "worst month" in Bali can still be better than "the best month" back home. April, May and June see the least crowded quality surf, July and August see peak crowd and swells, and September still pumps. November and December are usually the least active months, and then the east coast rights pump from January to March when it rains a lot which keeps crowds down. And remember there are usually glassy early mornings on both sides of the island, offering uncrowded waves to the early risers among us. There really isn't an "off season" because Bali is always going off!
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