Attention rainy season surfers! On Bali’s East coast dealing to the Indian Ocean is Keramas, a small surf town on a beautiful black sand beach. Keramas Surf Camps are a right-handers dream, with most waves moving in from the right with tremendous power to offer a deep tube ride.
Like Uluwatu, surfing in Keramas takes place over a reef, meaning waves form over a solid base and are generally very consistent. So as a beginner don’t let the thought of a reef break put you off – Keramas Surf Camps are always suitable at high tide!
Keramas is able to offer a distinct package of natural attractions, traditional Balinese culture and few crowds. Yet the town still provides all a visitor could want in terms of restaurants, bars and hotels. See below for our recommended Keramas Surf Camps:
|Number of surf spots||3|
|Water Temperature||April-October: 25-28°C (77-82°F)
November-March: 28-29°C (83-85°F)
|Swell||Narrow swell window being in the shadow of the Bukit Peninsula. Still can receive more powerful, longer period swells from the southwest that wrap around the peninsula.|
|Nearest Airports||Ngurah Rai International Airport is 25 km or under and hours drive from the town.|
Keramas Surf Camp
Guests consistently rank the property exceptionally highly against other Keramas surf camps for it’s location and value for money. The famous surfing point is just a 5 minute drive from the property, yet still places guests in the midst of the natural attractions that Bali has to offer. The camp is surrounded by rice fields, and adds to the rural, rustic vibe of the property.
Low price, quality food is served to guests daily, which can be enjoyed from the multiple lounge areas whilst watching the surf. Visitors are consistently impressed with the laid back approach and friendly atmosphere at the property!
Rooms available include a standard twin room, or a single room with a shared bathroom. Each one is equipped with air conditioning, fresh towels and a seating area. Reviews consistently mention the large and comfortable beds.
Komaneka at Keramas Beach
Komaneka offers a feast for the eyes. With contemporary Balinese architecture, panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and Mount Agung towering over the property, guests truly find themselves in paradise. An open-air restaurant and beachside swimming pool help guests immerse themselves in the atmosphere of Keramas.
Guests are fully catered for, with a 24 hour reception, free wifi and daily maid service. For an additional charge baby sitting and airport shuttles are available. A spa and fitness centre aid the process of unwinding after a long day on the surf. Each visitor finds comfort at the restaurant also, where both international and traditional Indonesian cuisine are made from fresh local cuisine.
Each guest receives an Ocean Pool Villa with either a double bed or twin singles. Every room is refreshingly spacious and air conditioned, with a flat-screen satellite TV. For those who prefer an intimate getaway, some villas contain private pools and terraces. Adjoining private bathrooms come with a hairdryer, free toiletries and a separate bath and shower.
This property offers an unbeatable location directly on Keramas beach! Lebih Beach is also just 8km from the property. For an incredible price this hostel offers anything a guests could want. Those travelling alone consistently rated this hostel an exceptional 9.8/10 for solo travel, down to the friendly atmosphere and ease of getting around. Car hire is available from reception, putting guests in touch with more inland activities not far from Keramas.
If you fancied a change from the surf the property has an outdoor pool, or staff can help you out with snorkelling, cycling or watersport activities! Continental, Asian and American breakfasts are provided at Blue Coco – helping every traveller feel at home!
All rooms are doubles with a garden view, with the option of either twin singles or a double bed. For a bigger budget, deluxe rooms are available with a double bed. Reviewers rave about the comfort and cleanliness of these rooms.