Boys from 5 different surf clubs from the area, Berawa Boardriders, Canggu Surf Community, Pererenan Surfing Club, Kedungu and Tanah Lot, enjoyed perfect 3-4ft waves, no wind and perfect swell direction for Canggu.
Canggu and Pererenan are neighboring waves, divided by a few hundred meters and a river. Both waves are highly sought after by those who want high performance surfing.
IndoSurfLife.com put together some photos, taken in the last few days, to offer you a privileged view of these 2 great spots.
An ongoing beach conservation project along Pererenan beach in Badung has stirred controversy among surfing enthusiasts. They fear that the man-made construction will ruin one of the island’s favorite surfing points.
The project involves the construction of a revetment, or retaining wall, a permeable, sloping structure made of natural stones and concrete, designed to hold the beach’s sandy shoreline in place and prevent further erosion.
Heading up the West coast on a lazy Saturday morning proved a good call. 2-3ft waves welcomed us, a much needed pulse of swell in these pre-season days. A couple of early-birds were out and about, clearly having avoided the traps a Friday night in Bali can pose.