Travel to Krui from Australia for a Surf Adventure
Growing numbers of passionate surfers are booking trips to the Krui region in southern Sumatra to experience the quality of the waves on offer. One of the reasons why the coastline is one of the surfing world’s best-kept secrets is the fact that many of the main surf zones are located around 30-45 minutes away from one another, but if you are prepared to make the short journey between these zones an exceptional surf experience will await you. On the plus side, the fact that the region isn’t quite as popular as it deserves to be means you won’t have to compete with crowds of fellow surfers once you arrive. The team regularly welcome visitors from Australia and across the world.
Outstanding Krui accommodation
If you are interested in experiencing the Krui surf, you can get the quality accommodation that you require with Paradise Surf Camp. The Paradise Surf Camp is home to a host of useful facilities and has been run by Widya with her friends and family for several years. Paradise Surf Camp is a friendly and safe camp designed to make you feel perfectly at home whilst you are exploring the region. Whether you are travelling alone or with company, you can expect to enjoy the highest standard of hospitality.
The site features a number of comfortable and spacious bungalows as well as facilities like pool tables, large-screen TVs and a watchtower offering exceptional views of the waves. There’s also a renovated restaurant where you can refuel and create memories you’ll be able to cherish forever. You can contact the Paradise Surf Camp team at any point if you do have any queries about the facilities that they provide. Exciting events regularly take place on camp, and non-guests often drop in to soak up the friendly ambience with a beer or two.
Contacting Paradise Surf Camp
Sumatra is the world’s 5th largest island and harbours various endangered species including elephants, rhinos and tigers. You can get in touch with the Paradise Surf Camp team today via the contact form on the site. Alternatively, send an e-mail to [email protected]