Recently, I was photographing our Bali Surf and Yoga Retreat participants shredding the famous breaks of Uluwatu.
Ulu is a great place for a surf photographer as it offers perfect perches that look out to the waves.
Bali Surfing ~ A legendary experience
A fun loving and adventurous woman joined me and studied the breaks below.
We struck up a conversation and she told me it was OK to shoot her. I managed to get some photos of her as she bravely took on some of Bali’s best surf. The only problem is I failed to remember her name.
Uluwatu is one of Bali’s most consistent surf spots as it consists of several breaks that work on various tides and conditions. Uluwatu is no joke and I have seen grown men come out of the water crying, injured, with broken boards, broken bones, etc.
It was not a very crowded day and there were plenty of excellent waves for all.
Uluwatu and many of Bali’s breaks are not for everyone. Many require an advanced to expert skill level. Be sure to review our Bali surf guides before heading out to one of Bali’s world class breaks for the first time. Here is an illustrated guide to surfing Uluwatu with tips, photos and insider’s information.
After surfing The Peak and Racetracks for a while, she paddled out to some of the further breaks Uluwatu offers such as Outside Corner and Temples.
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