From: € 44per night, per person

All Inclusive Surf Package, Bali

Includes

  • Accommodation as chosen
  • Airport Transfers - Included from 5 nights min. stay
  • 3-Course breakfast - Fresh & Healthy
  • Surf guiding - 7 days a week, twice a day
  • Surf video analysis - 3x per week
  • Surf theory class - 2x per week
  • Boat shuttle to the outer reefs - 1x for advanced surfers
  • Bicycles - available for free
  • Kima T-shirt - for your camp feedback
  • Coffee & tea - free flow 7 a.m - 6 p.m

Surf twice a day, seven days a week. With all different surf levels, this adds up to 16 surf trips a day and two daily sessions in small groups with a guide. All surf spots are selected by our experienced surf guides, depending on current conditions (tide, wind and swell) and tailored to each level of experience. Select the surf sessions that suit you best from our digital surf planner at the surf resort the day before. Our surf guides will be more than happy to help you to make your choices.

Accommodation

No matter what your budget, our surf resort has an accommodation option to suit you, from exclusive, deluxe villas with private pool to deluxe suites, twin or double rooms in the Green Room Canggu hotel and comfortable shared dorms in the Surf Lodge. The rustic charm of Canggu’s traditional grass-roofed Balinese architecture, tranquil rice fields and black-sand beaches blends seamlessly with modern comfort and convenience. All accommodation options are air-conditioned and feature kitchen facilities, en-suite bathrooms, pool and garden access, television with DVD, and Wi-Fi Internet. Your taste buds will be kept happy at the Green Room Canggu restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner. A daily standard breakfast is included in camp prices, and there are also deluxe breakfast and half-board options. For exploring the area, Kima offers a free, twice daily shuttle service to the upmarket surf and beach town of Seminyak. Bustling Kuta is also only 10 km away. For more local exploring, there are even free bicycles available for use by all guests! *Bookings of 5 nights or more include free airport pickup and drop-off services.
  • Deluxe 2-bedroom Villa

    € 99/night
    Private room - Suitable for couples, families, groups, solo travelers
  • Deluxe 1-bedroom Villa

    € 118/night
    Private room - Suitable for couples, families, groups, solo travelers
  • Deluxe twin/double suite

    € 117/night
    Private room - Suitable for couples, families, groups, solo travelers
  • Deluxe twin/double room

    € 83/night
    Private room - Suitable for couples, solo travelers
  • Standard twin/double room

    € 55/night
    Private room - Suitable for couples, solo travelers
  • 6-bed surf lodge

    € 44/night
    Shared room - Suitable for groups, solo travelers

Surroundings

The surf camp is located approx. 10 km north of the high-paced tourism metropolis of Kuta and is almost directly on the beach. Several first-class semi beach breaks are waiting for you right outside the door. These are suitable for beginners, intermediates and advanced surfers. The perfect reef and beach breaks of Echo Beach and Perenenan are within close walking distance of the camp

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Reviews

Noemi Smethurst

2 months ago
Source: Google
What an amazing retreat. The perfect little oasis right by the beach and a short walk into the “busy” bar and night life of Canggu. Not only the location and aesthetics are great but also the service is A+. The girls at the reception are so welcoming, helpful and kind (it’s almost unbelievable). Also the food and especially the breakfast is delicious and totally affordable. Thanks to housekeeping the rooms are always perfectly clean and made you feel welcome every morning after getting back from the first surf session. Speaking of which, they are great! Very good surf guides, great spots nearby, good communication with the Rip Curl Surf School for beginners and the daily theory lesson and video analysis round it all up. Thank you Winnie and Alexandro. We will be back!

Flying Turtle

5 months ago
Source: Google
Had a fantastic time here! the surf guides are very professional and helped me a lot to improve my surfing! The hotel staff made me feel like part of their family, although the camp is quiet big, the staff knows all the guests name. Everyday there were different surfspots I could choose from - so in 10 days I saw many new beaches in bali! The best thing: the camp is only a short walk from a great surfer beach and old mans bar! ;)
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Travel information

  • Illness, Vaccinations & Insurance

    WHAT VACCINATIONS DO I NEED?

    We recommend a tetanus boost (1 jab in your rear end), hepatitis A (2-3 jabs, starting 6 weeks before your trip), typhoid (oral vaccination, 3 weeks before) and if you want to be on the safe side, a malaria prophylaxis, and rabies vaccination. Bali is classified as malaria-free. However, there are some isolated cases of infection now and again. Bear that Malaria the prophylaxis are hard stuffs with side effects on organs and mind. If you act wisely (repellents, protective/covering clothing), you can keep the risk to a minimum. If you want to travel further you should find out the situation of your preferred islands.


    WHAT’S MEDICAL CARE LIKE IN BALI?

    All kinds of antiseptic creams, lotions, band-aids, etc. can be found very cheaply at the local pharmacies. Medical care in the tourist regions of Bali is good and mostly up to western standards (hygiene, disinfection, educational standards of the medics, etc.).


    WHAT INSURANCE SHOULD I TAKE OUT?

    We strongly recommend that everyone should have a travel health insurance. Apart from treatment expenses and drugs on location, this also covers return transport by an emergency service.This insurance costs about 20 €. A must for everyone and mostly valid for a whole year. Apart from a travel health insurance, you can also take out a casualty insurance (hospital daily benefits or even a pension in a worst case scenario) and a travel and baggage insurance. 

  • Finances

    WHAT’S THE CURRENCY IN BALI?

    The local currency is the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). The fluctuating exchange rate is approximately 15.000 Rupiah for 1 €.


    HOW AND WHERE CAN I CHANGE MONEY?

    Lots of money changers will try and bait you with good exchange rates. To avoid any rip-offs, you should only change your cash at official P.T. Moneychangers. Make sure that you get your money changed into large notes (50,000 or 100,000). This is what legitimate moneychangers will do. Exchanging money is also possible at the surf camp on Monday to Saturday at 8 a.m to 4 p.m.

    CAN I GET MONEY FROM AN ATM?

    There are lots of ATMs in Bali where you can withdraw Rupiahs with your credit card or bank card (international creditor, e.g. Maestro, Cirrus). Make sure you know the pin number of your cards. The maximum amount per transaction varies depending on the ATM, but the absolute maximum per transaction is 2.5 million Rupiah (approx. 167 €). Several transactions can be done one after another. It is best to use ATMs inside banks with security guards to avoid scams.

  • Visa information

    HOW DO I GET A VISA?

    For almost all European and North American nationals, a visa-on-arrival is issued. You can get visa exemption when you arrive at an Indonesian airport. It is valid for 30 days. There is also an option for a paid visa-on-arrival for 35 USD which is extendable for another 30 days and can be obtained at following airports: Denpasar (Bali), Jakarta (Java), Padang (Sumatra), Kupang (Rote) or Mataram (Lombok). In order to avoid fines on arrival, please make sure that your passport is valid for longer than 6 months from arrival date.


    WHAT KIND OF VISA DO I NEED TO STAY LONGER THAN 30 DAYS?

    If you want to stay longer than 30 days in Indonesia, then you either extend your visa-on-arrival once or you can apply for a "social & cultural visa" from the Indonesian embassy/consulate in your country. This visa is valid for 60 days and can be extended up to four times by 30 days each time. However, this extension regulation does not apply for all social and cultural visas, hence be sure to ask Indonesian Embassy/consulate in your country. Sponsorship from an Indonesian Citizen is required in Bali. You will need to prepare documents such as a photocopy of your passport and two passport sized photographs. Your Indonesian sponsor will need to supply a sponsorship letter, a photocopy of sponsor’s identity card, a copy of sponsor’s family register and a copy of sponsor’s bank account statement.

  • Getting to Bali

    HOW CAN I GET A CHEAP FLIGHT?

    Unfortunately, there are no direct flights from Europe/America to Bali, you will have at least one stop over. Cheap flights can be found through the internet portals listed here: Skyscanner, Traveloka Checkfelix or Opodo.


    WHAT AIRPORT DO I FLY TO IN BALI?

    Your destination will be Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar (DPS), Bali. It is the island's only international airport.


    CAN I TAKE MY OWN SURFBOARD?

    Some airlines transport surfboards free of charge, provided your total checked baggage weight is under the usual allowance (20-23 kg). But please check with your airline beforehand as some tend to take things as they come and decide as they like (make sure they know it is a 'real' surfboard, to avoid mix-ups with wind surfboards).

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