It had been 5 years since the TC had not settled down in Keramas and 10 years for Uluwatu! As much to tell you that the WSL was late to catch up. Mandatory trip in the 70s, the right of Keramas was somewhat neglected in favor of Hawaii in the 80s and 90s. Today, the beautiful roar again under the eyes of the cameras for our greatest happiness. And that’s good, Stab and Red Bull have teamed up to release this video that comes back on the 2 weeks Indonesian.
Bali is a non-stop high performance party and everyone’s invited. On the program, free surf with the best surfers on the planet, as well as behind the scenes of this historic double event. History to make up time and make an appointment for the future. Lee Wilson, John John Florence, Jordy Smith, Tyler Wright, Joel Parkinson, Kolohe Andino, Adriano De Souza, Stephanie Gilmore, Gabriel Medina, Tai Graham e Griffin Colapinto, were here and thrilled to enjoy two weeks of party, celebration, friends, food and fun, but mostly a lot of surfing; from May 27 to June 09.
It’s no secret that the surfing world is head-over-heels in love with the Indonesian island of Bali, but why? Because even if you’re just getting into surfing, you’ve likely heard about Bali, the “Island of the Gods”. It is one of Asia’s most popular tourist destinations — and for good reason. Chock full of incredible beaches and countless surf spots, Bali is also home to a surfing culture that, despite its young age, rivals those of California, Hawaii and Australia.
Besides, the waves, mostly break in the coral reefs giving much consistency to the seabed, making the waves are long, ordered a turquoise color and transparency that the first time you see them surprises for its beauty and for above the water temperature, heat.
If there is one thing for which the island of Bali is known, it is undoubtedly the practice of surfing that has made Bali a world top ten for the practice of this sport. Every year the island receives the visit of thousands of young people who want to enjoy their waves, either because they want to learn, gain more experience or surf the most experienced in some of the best waves in the world.
The Island of the Gods, paradisiacal island, famous for its elaborate temples and the friendliness of its people. Beaches lined with palm trees. The island is full of springs, dense jungles, villages with a wonderful culture. It is also one of the best places for adventure, water sports and especially surfing.
Bali’s peak or high season lasts from April to October — the island’s dry months. The remaining part of the year is known as the wet or “off” season for both surfing and tourism. If you want sun and a lively time, hit Bali during the dry season, when you’re sure to mingle with many other tourists and fellow beginner surfers.
On the other hand, the rainy months can still have sunny days and some great surfing. Beginners who don’t mind rain should consider the wet season for surfing Bali, since the waves are smaller and less intimidating, but still consistent.
Anyway, enjoy this video while you make your suitcase