To help you organize your surf trip to Indonesia, we give you some useful tips to know when and where to surf in Indonesia. Our surf camps are tested, validated and certified by our ambassadors who helped building this surf trip to Indonesia.
CLIMATEInonesia has a tropical climate, just under the equator, there are 2 seasons. Dry season from March to October with average temperature of 27°c, the wind is weak but consistente, which makes the air dryer and nice; this is the perfect season for a surf trip to Bali. Wet season from November to April where it rains daily. It is also warmer 32°c but more wet as well. The majority of the rains is between December and February.
ENTRY FORMALITIESYou must have a passport valid 6 months after your trip return, since 2015 you don't need visas (French citizens).
LANGUAGEBahasa is the Federal language, English is widely used, Indonesians will make efforts to understand you.
TIME DIFFERENCEThere is a 6 hours time difference between Indonesia and France. When it is 5:00am in France during winter or 6:00am during summer, it is 12:00pm in Bali. GTM +8h.
WATER / POWER SUPPLYAll the country is supplied in 220V, no adaptor needed. Do not drink tap water or boil it for 1 minute. Be careful with ice cubes.
CURRENCY / CHANGEIndonesian Rupiah, be careful ATM do not all deliver the same maximum amount, 50 000, 100 000 or 150 000 Rps, it is indicated on the screen of the ATM.
HEALTHNo compulsory vaccine. Nevertheless an antimalarial treatment is a good choice if you go outside the cities or on Lombok. Hepatitis A vaccine and Typhoid fever are available and advised (ask you doctor).
Surf camp in Indonesia: to live the surftrip experience, improve your style and discover Indonesia. Indonesia is cheap and the welcome is amazing.
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