Indo means a lot of things to a lot of people. For some, it’s simply your best bet of scoring perfect waves. For others, it’s where their mates are going. For others still, it’s simply cheap, warm, exotic and massagey. But whatever your reason to go to Indo, it’s a good one. Coz everyone needs more Indo in their lives. With it being the season n’ that, we sat down and thought about the Ten Best Indo Waves To Surf Before You Die. Here surfeuropemag.com make list 10 Indo waves to surf before you die.
Throughout the month of May, the beauty of East Java’s Plengkung Beach in Banyuwangi is on display at the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, in the Tourism Ministry’s latest campaign to promote Indonesia abroad, as quoted from Jakarta Globe.
The Hobgoods scored some of the best G-Land we’ve seen in over a decade while filming for their new movie.
No where in the world has as many good waves as Indo. Fact. Tracks created a list of 10 Indo’s Best waves. Any we’ve missed?
Some surf camps are great, some good, others are just plain grotty. mpora.com give us nine of the best camps that can give you a surf trip of a lifetime, here we go:
We checked the prices for the most commum surf destinations in Indonesia based in a 12 days trip. Here goes what we found out:
You should always trust your gut. And here’s a very good example of why. Australian surfer Rob Bain recounts a near-death encounter with a tsunami in the Indonesian jungle.
Ryan Burch puts the pedal to the metal on the walls of Bangko-Bangko and pulls into some heavy ones at Grajagan Bay after sharing a few thoughts on self-expression, how surfing and the asymmetrical boards he shapes fit into that, and what it is about being on a wave that excites him.
A short film featuring Tai ‘ Buddha’ Graham – Titled ‘Chasing Unicorns’. Documenting the travels of his life living in Indonesia chasing swells, or sometimes unicorns, throughout the archipelago. Shot over the last 12 months throughout the Indonesian archipelago, Chasing Unicorns follows the life of Buddha as he chases pipes from Sumbawa to Sumartra, and everywhere in between.
The ASC’s 2013 pro surfing champions were treated to an all-expense paid 3-day surf trip to the legendary G-Land (Grajagan in East Java) from the 16th to 18th of May, thanks to the generosity of G-Land Bobby’s Surf Camp. And as if a free surf trip wasn’t already enough, the wave at Speedy’s was going off at a solid 6-8 foot when the crew arrived on Friday!