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Bali resort, Rip Curl School of Surf in new partnership


Aussies can polish up their surfing skills or even have a go for the first time in a partnership between the Prama Sanur Beach Hotel and the Rip Curl School of Surf.



Rip Curl has an east coast club based at the Prama Sanur, offering guests the perfect spot to access the calm lagoons and coral reefs peppered along this part of Bali’s coastline.


Every student is provided with the ultimate experience of surfing on every step of the way and courses are held for beginners, right up to the power surfers.


Kite surfing courses are held here throughout the year and when the wet season months of November to February roll around, surfing courses move here to take advantage of the offshore winds.


The Sanur club is also where Rip Curl’s east coast boat trips depart for the reef breaks out of paddle’s reach, like Oka Point and Lighthouse Rights. Courses are also offered in wake boarding, SUP, wind surfing and diving.


Prama Sanur


Prama Sanur is a five-star hotel located alongside Mertasari Beach in Sanur, one of Bali’s most popular destinations.


Only about 20 kilometres from Ngurah Rai International Airport and five kilometres from the city centre, the hotel offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations and is ideally connected by a new toll road across the Benoa Bay.


The environmentally-friendly property provides 428 rooms bordered by a sandy beach and is set in eight hectares of lush tropical gardens with great ocean views.


An extensive range of services and facilities includes the new Splash Zone pool for families, a lagoon pool with swim-up bar, water sports centre, spa and private beach.


A choice of dining options is available at five onsite restaurants: Basilico Italian Pavilion, Lada, Tirta, the Bamboo Bar & Lounge and Prama Cafe & Lounge, which include Italian, Indonesian, Asian and international specialities.


Sanur Beach

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Written by: Traveltalk Magazine
Published: 28 October 2019

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