First Timer

This is the first stage of surfing. A first-timer knows nothing or very little about the sport of the kings.

They are about to get in touch with for the first time, may never have put a wetsuit on.

For him and her, the best waves for surfing are the biggest, and they have no clue how to attach fins to a surfboard.

Also, they have never laid on a surfboard and have no idea of what to do to start riding the first waves.

A first-timer has never heard of.


The beginner surfer is someone who has just had their first surf lessons and contact with the world of surfing.

They may know the very basics of the sport and have already tried to paddle a surfboard.

After a couple of hours, a beginner is able to keep the balance on the surfboard while paddling and catch some whitewater waves in a prone position.

Ultimately, an advanced beginner can catch a wave, stand up on the board, and ride the breaking wave toward the beach in a straight line.


Our intermediate surf lessons are for surfers who simply already know how to surf try and learn how a new surf spot works in Bali!


You are confident enough to go surfing and catch waves by yourself, but would like some direction, feedback and professional tips of how to improve your skills. You wish to get more waves and may struggle with confidence or fears that holds you back from improving. 

Lets build your surf skills and confidence!!!


Let us guide you to some of the best waves of your life, and take you surfing to a variety of epic surf breaks in the area. We are here to give you feedback on your surf technique, wave selection, surf mindset and much more.

We have got years of experience of the Bali surf breaks, and are experts in knowing where and when to go, to make the most of the swell!

Let’s score some barrels and share the stoke! 

Surfing risk assesment​

  • Surfing is not safe. It’s completely dangerous. There are many elements that you can’t control or predict, and it takes perseverance and commitment to learn to surf well. Wave knowledge, honesty with your current ability, and sound decision-making skills will help mitigate the dangers of surfing, but there will always be some risk involved. Each time you surf, look around you and do a risk assessment of the physical, personal and even interpersonal hazards that you might face. This is what lifeguards are trained to do, so it makes sense that if you want to stay safe, you do it too.
  • Learning to surf seems exciting and fun, although it’s a bit challenging and requires a lot of courage. One of the most popular is the surf spot in Bali. An island which is very well known for its marine tourism, especially its beaches where so many tourists try to conquer the waves through this extreme sport.
  • Are you a beginner in surfing? Do not worry! As a beginner, you’ll want to test some surf spots that are safe even when you’re out on the waves.

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