Learning to surf in Bali is just one of the many activities to enjoy on this island. Whether you’re a first-timer or a regular visitor, there’s always more to explore. Surfing, trekking and diving are all popular for adventurous types, while others prefer to watch the sunset on the beach after a hard day’s shopping.
We’ve partnered with trip planner tool Inspirock to help you get the most out of your holiday in Bali. Just click above to get started and you’ll be able to build a personalised itinerary (including your surf lessons with Chandra’s surfing Bali, of course!).
Planning your trip this way means you can visit some popular spots such as Tanah Lot and Uluwatu, but you might also discover some lesser-known attractions. Secret beaches and traditional temples await!
A day in Legian, Bali
If you visit our Legian surf school, here are our tips for filling the rest of your day:
- Browse the nearby art markets along Jalan Melasti
- Try Indonesian fried rice or noodles from one of the food stalls on the beach
- Grab one of our sunbeds and go for a swim in the ocean
- Stay to enjoy panoramic views of the sunset
- Get a sunset photo shoot to give you and your friends or family some special photos of your Bali holiday
Legian Beach is still a great place to come even if you want to just sit back, relax, and watch the world go by. For those who want to learn to surf in Legian with us we offer several options.If you’re trying surfing for the first time we recommend a 2-hour lesson. This gives you time to learn the basic steps for standing on the board, and most of our customers manage to catch a wave after just a few tries.
Your instructor will stay with you throughout the lesson to help you catch the right waves and give you guidance on your technique. And because we care about giving you a great experience, we’ll never put more than three students with one instructor.
Oh yes, and you get free surfing photography every time you have a surfing lesson with us!
We also have intensive learn-to-surf packages which span two or three days. During this time you should become very confident catching a wave by yourself. You may well be able to progress from a soft-top board to a hard board, on which you can develop your style.
You can book with us directly by contacting us with your preferred dates. Alternatively, include a lesson as part of your Bali itinerary by using Inspirock’s planner. Either way, we look forward to seeing you soon!