Sumbawa Surf Trips
- Scar Reef
- Super Suck
Surf Trip Overview
Sumbawa, especially west Sumbawa has been ideal surfing destination in east Indonesia. Sumbawa Located in the east of Lombok island, can accessed by Car and boat. Compared to Bali and Lombok, the west Sumbawa is relatively uncrowded. On this trip you will surf at the best west Sumbawa surf breaks such Scar Reef, Super Suck, and Yoyo’s, you will catch lots of right and left hander hollow wave.
Many surfers just want to have Eat Sleep Surfing on their holiday, in regard of it, we’ve designed a surf trip package to make your surfing holiday comfortable. This surf trip package are fully organised combination of surf venture and leisure Our surf trip available for individuals and small group of maximum 10 surfers. We organised the surf trip included your accommodation, car, experience local surf guide and of course surfing at the best surf breaks and semi secret spots.
You will surf at:
Scar Reef, just south of the Jelinggah Beach headland, is a great left-hander and hollow wave that is best at lower tides. Either side of low tide will cause this wave to break further down the line towards the jutting headland. Higher tides bring the wave closer to the inside and cause it to section considerably. Scar reef picks up plenty of swell depending on direction, but it is particularly good-and waves are hollow and superb-on a big south swell.
Super Suck, off the village of Malok about a half hour past the town of Taliwang, is the most famous and sought after wave on this rugged coast. When Super Suck is working, it is really working and will make your trip to Sumbawa more than worthwhile. Big walls of water break off a boil rock on the outside of the bay and suck up into a thick and heavy left that bowls and winds down the reef for a few hundred meters. The inside section of this reef gets really shallow.
Yo-Yo’s, just south of Super Suck at Sekongkang Bay, is your best West Sumbawa bet when everything else is small. This beautiful bay offers two different spots. The best is about 400 meters from a towering cliff. It is a right, sometimes called The Hook, which gets really good and holds up to six feet of swell. This wave is fast and hollow and features shifting peaks. It breaks and is ride able on all tides except a dead-low one. The second wave here, located right up against the cliff is called The Wedge and can handle six to eight feet of swell before closing out. It consists of a shifty and mushy outside peak that winds into a fast and bowling inside section. April to October, trade winds can blow Yo-Yo’s out, so mornings are best.
Semi secret Spots
The Best season for surf in Lombok from April to October.
Trip Itinerary – at a Glance
Day 1: Lombok airport pick up – West Sumbawa – Hotel
Day 2: On surf – lunch at Local restaurant
Day 3: On surf – lunch at Local restaurant
Day 4: On surf – lunch at Local restaurant
Day 5: On surf – lunch at Local restaurant
Day 6: West Sumbawa – Lombok – Hotel
Day 7: Departure – Trip Concludes
What to Carry During The Surf Trip
During the surf trip you will just have to carry your owned favorite surf board with essential items such as sunglasses, sunscreen, wax, water etc. Please keep this to a minimum while on the trip.
All your travel arrangement in Lombok and Sumbawa such room booking, car, driver, entrance fee, etc will be taking care by us, means you have not to worry about who will pick you up, where to stay, where to go. If you need help on a domestic flight booking please do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to help.
- Bali Lombok VV airfare
- All airport and hotel transfer
- All breakfast
- VV Lombok Sumbawa ferry
- All car and boat transport to and from surf breaks
- Experienced local guide
- 5 days guided surfing consisting of 2 surf sessions per day. (morning and afternoon)
What’s not Included
- Items of a personal nature such as laundry, postage, alcoholic beverages, etc
- Meals before and after trek
- Domestic and international flights
- Additional transport required due to any emergency situation
- Visa fee
- Departure Taxes
- Tips and Gratitude