If you stay near where the surf spots are,
you'll see shirtless, young men,
packed in their vans with surboards decorating the roof,
running around from one surf spot to the next.
All for the thrill of the ride.
There are web-site that may help a bit,
to choose the next destination to run to.
If you can’t go without,
capturing an image of
those amazing moves that
you do on the waves,
there is a local photographer available,
to catch that amazing moment of you
striding your stuff on that wave.
Located at Bingin Beach is,
is Marroke’s photo stand.
So don’t worry,
you can have plenty of images
to show back home!
- Adventure Travel
The southwest coast isthe place to go if you are interested in surfing.
Just before the Ulu Watu car park you will see a sign pointing to a surfing beach.
Swimming at the pool or beach
Swim, swim, swim at Uluwatu. I have 2 choices; swimmingpool or directly at the beach which situated in front of the pool :)
Equipment: Swimsuit, mask and sunblock.
Ashtanga Yoga in Bingin
Tucked away on the cliff
in Bingin Beach is The Hermitage.
At this location in the late afternoons
yoga classes are offered on certain days.
For more information: