Indonesian prodigy Rio Waida has taken out the 2017 Hello Pacitan Pro QS1,000 event in pumping waves at Watu Karung in East Java. In its first year as a WSL event, Watu Karung didn’t disappoint with barreling, 3-to-6 foot waves on offer throughout the competition window.
The inaugural Hello Pacitan Pro World Surf League (WSL) Qualifying Series (QS) 1,000 is set to kick off tomorrow with a promising forecast on the cards. The event will be held at the pristine beach of Watu Karung situated just West of Pacitan City on Indonesia’s island of Java.
When life gets a little stressful, getting into nature and learning something new might be a fun and daring way to let loose. How about learning to surf in an archipelago filled with the world’s best waves? Here are four beginner-friendly surfing spots across Indonesia to get you up and surfing.
Sunday 14, April – Pacitan, East Java. It was a full day of non-stop action this Sunday in Pancer Door beach. Dian Hardiyanto won top place honors, leading him straight to the National Finals in Bali later on this year. total of 34 surfers coming from Pacitan, Jogjakarta and Pangandaran competed in a friendly atmosphere the coveted price of national finals.
Salini Rengganis, 14 years old, is the next promising junior surfer girl from Pacitan, East Java, Indonesia. Salini has already competed in numerous surfing events dating back to 2006, when she joined her first local “Hidden Point” surf competition. Her favorite motto is “Seek the fellowship of at least one new person each day, regardless […]
IndoSurfLife.com | 7 February 2012, Kuta-Bali: Idyllic Pantai Srau provided the perfect setting for Sunday’s opening event of the 2012 Rip Curl South East Asia GromSearch series, with frothing grommets from all over Java coming to compete for fun, prizes, and the coveted “Ticket to Bali” in the excellent 2-3 foot waves breaking in crystal […]