All finished with work and ready to shred????
Bali is home to some of the best and cleanest breaking waves in the world.
The best part is that the water is warm and the views are dreamy.
Here at COWORKSURF we have everything you need to get wet and catching waves in no time.
Wether you’re new to the surf scene or have already been barreled, we got you covered.
Here at the house we have a great selection of boards for all guests to use.
You can choose from something quick and small to fun and foamy.
Think like Goldilocks and we’ll help you find the board that is just right.
Once you pick your wave cruiser, all that’s needed is a bit of wax on wax off action to make sure your feet stay put.
You can find wax at the shops by all of the local beaches.
Now that you’re ready to hit the beach, the next question is how are you going to get there????
At the villa we have scooters with board racks for guest use.
Remember you are driving and riding at your own risk so drive safe and always wear a helmet!
Before heading out, make sure to slather on a good amount of sunscreen. The Bali sun is no joke, especially around 11-3ish. The best bet to protect your beautiful face is to use a product with Zinc. As for your upper body which will be out of the water a majority of the time, I recommend a rash guard. This is especially important if you'll be riding one of the foam boards. The foam boards have a tendency to leave you with gnarly battle wounds in your rib area.
There are basic rules and etiquette used while in the water. For your safety and the safety of others in the water it's super important you're familiar with these guidelines. If it is your very first time surfing I recommend taking lessons with an instructor. And guess what, you're in luck because your stay with us includes a lesson with our top notch local surf instructor, Angga. Make sure to check out my next post where I crash one of his lessons with our new CWS shredder, Rebekka.
Alright Shredders, until next wave!
Coworksurf is OPEN in Canggu, Bali. Find out more on the Bali page here