FAQ

What does the price include?

Prices include all meals, snacks, soft drinks, bottled water, three beers per day, transfers to/from airport or hotel to Nusa Dewata, harbour clearances, and permits.

The fees do not include airfares, any additional hotel accommodations that may be required enroute, departure taxes, tips or any other incidentals.

Our friendly and experienced crew take great pride in shuttling guests out to and back from the best waves with the least crowds, ensuring that your trip will always be “the trip of a lifetime”.

What is the food like?

Our Australian trained Indonesian chef will blow your taste buds away with generous helpings of tasty energy filled Indonesian and western dishes, guaranteed to satisfy even the fussiest eaters.

Fresh fruit such as bananas, watermelon, grapes, mandarins, apples or papaya are available for you to help yourself at all times.

Tea, coffee, soft-drink, fruit juice and water is available for you to help yourself to at all times as well as three beers per person per day. Spirits and other alcohol is available at local prices.

Following is an example of a days dining

Early:

Perhaps a light breakfast before an early surf such as fruit salad, cereal, toast (with jam, vegemite, honey etc.) or eggs and banana pancakes.

Later:

Maybe enjoy a “hot” breakfast (or “brunch”). This could be pancakes or omelettes and you eat as much as you want in order to have enough energy to hit the surf again.

Lunch:

Usually something that provides you with lots of energy to help you paddle into those grinding tubes. Typical lunches may include fresh ham salad sandwiches, noodles, tacos, jaffles etc.

Dinner:

The main meal of the day and may include pasta, BBQ chicken, double burgers, curry beef, lasagna, burritos and stir fried veggies accompanied by vegetables, rice and fresh salad all washed down with a few ice cold beers.

How do I make a payment?
What do you suggest I pack?
How many boards should I bring?
What about Travel Insurance?
Do I need a Visa for Indonesia?

As of March 2004, nationals of United States, Australia, South Africa, Argentina, Denmark, Hungary, United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, Canada, Switzerland, and New Zealandmust pay $US25 for on entry visa on arrival in Indonesia.

Can I recharge my video camera, phone, ipod etc on the boat?
Can you give me an idea of how many other people I’ll be surfing with?
How do I get to Padang?