Most people may choose to take a plane or train to faraway places. However, some people prefer roadtrip Indonesian because they find it more exciting and fun to take a trip across the island.
To make the road trip more worth it, try visiting as many tourist spots so that your vacation experience feels complete. For those on a road trip for surfing purposes, try visiting interesting surf spots in Indonesia. One of the famous one is Nias Surf Indonesia.
Surf Spots in Indonesia
Dylan’s Right Aceh
In Aceh, there is a spot for surfing with waves suitable for beginners. This surf spot is known as Dylan’s Right on Matanurung Beach.
Although the waves are not big, the waves here are famous for having reef breaks so that surfers can ride the waves for quite a long time.
Nias Islands, North Sumatra
One of the famous surfing spots in the Nias Islands is Sorake Beach in Lagundri Bay. There are the best surfing locations with two perfect points to get waves on the beach, Indicator and The Point.
Although this area is already well known among professionals, there is no need to worry about being a newcomer. Many surf camps offer surfing lesson for beginners.
Panaitan Island, Banten
In Ujung Kulon National Park, Banten Province, Panaitan Island has many surfing spots. The four surfing spots here are already popular among world surfers.
Its four popular spots are Apocalypse, One Palm Point, Pussy, and Napalms. Each of these spots has its own uniqueness.
Wediombo Beach, Yogyakarta
Wediombo Beach is one of the surfing spots in Yogyakarta. It is located in Jepitu Village, Gunungkidul Regency, approximately 80 km from Yogyakarta City.
This surf spot is quite famous and is the perfect place for those who want to surf in August and October. The type of waves is stable and relatively safe.
Tanjung Saruri, Biak, Papua
If you want to try an unusual surf spot, try visiting Papua. In Papua, many surfing spots are no less challenging. One of the best but still rarely visited is Tanjung Saruri.
Two beaches with great waves in these area are Batu Pica Beach and Watu Ginga with waves’ height of up to 3 meters.
If you usually only watch it on television, now you can visit these good surfing spots in Indonesia to feel the real rush of the waves. Some are already well-known among professional surfers so it’s the perfect place to challenge your adrenaline.