Situated between the islands of Java and Lombok, Bali offers a diversity of unique landscapes. The islands of Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan are also part of the province. The main city in Bali is Denpasar, famous for its sandy white beaches, calm waters and also for having the highest density of surf shops in the World.
Its tropical weather and hot water make Bali the best spot for surfing and fun filled holidays. There is also a variety of hotels and recreation spots where you can enjoy an unforgettable vacation. There are a number of attractions, such as temples, dances, sculptures and paintings. Bali is home to the biggest Hindu community in Indonesia, and Hinduism is the main religion on the island.
The rainy season, between October and March, is when you’ll run in to fewer tourists in the Bali region, since the swell is less consistent and wind comes in from all sorts of directions, not always offshore. During this season you’d best set course for Keramas, probably the most consistent peak in the region.
The dry season, from May to September, is the height of the surfing season in the Bali region, with the waves in Uluwatu and Padang Padang presenting the best conditions. During the dry season the waves off the coast of Bali work especially when hit by a Southerly swell between 3 and 9 feet and a light south-easterly wind.