As one of Bali’s most popular surfing destinations, a holiday in Uluwatu offers pristine beaches, beautiful cliff faces and clear turquoise waters. Situated on the southwestern tip of the Bukit Peninsula, there are few better places to find a perfect mixture of exciting daytime activities and wonderful evening entertainment.
The Uluwatu reef attracts surfing aficionados of all levels from over the world, making it an ideal spot for anybody looking to take a few lessons or hit the waves themselves. You’ll also find a wide array of beach clubs, cafés and local restaurants dotted all the way along the coast. These are perfect for a bite to eat after spending all day at the seafront.
Live the Bali surfing dream on holidays in Uluwatu
Despite being a popular destination, Uluwatu retains an authentic local feel and is a little more relaxed than some other big tourist hotspots on the island. The region is also renowned for its iconic Uluwatu Temple and Kecak Fire Dance, a traditional Balinese ceremony which has remained a local custom for centuries.
At Hayes & Jarvis, we’ve been helping people plan their dream holidays in Uluwatu for decades. This experience and knowledge of the Bali region is what sets us apart from other travel agents. Get in touch with one of our Uluwatu holiday experts today to discuss your options – or continue reading below.
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“With every year that goes by, it seems that more and more tourists are planning holidays to the picturesque island of Bali. One of the best things about Uluwatu is that it remains a hidden gem compared with other areas of the island. Rather than waiting a few more years until the tourism trade grows even further, I recommend visiting now to get a real taste of authentic Balinese culture and customs.”
“Uluwatu is a genuine paradise for surfers and features waves for all skill levels, from beginner to professional. If learning to surf has always been a key item on your bucket list, there are few better places to tick that box than in Uluwatu. Padang Padang Beach is also famous for hosting the annual Rip Curl Surfing Championship – an opportunity to see some of the world’s best surfers in action.”
Uluwatu is quickly becoming known for its focus on fantastic fresh coffee. Sip a delicious local favourite on the beach as you watch the surfers catch a morning wave.
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