Indonesia offers some of the best adventure fun activities such as whitewater rafting, surfing and scuba diving, which attracts the worldwide tourists. Extreme rivers, exclusive 17,000 archipelago and the 80,000 kilo meters of Indonesian coastline has made Indonesia the premier destination for world-class marine activities and water sports.
Indonesia is a paradise for divers because of the warm and crystal clear water. The underwater has clear visibility and one could find plenty of colorful reefs, beautiful corals and variety of fishes.
As there are only two seasons in Indonesia, rainy and dry season, the annual temperature of sea water varies between 20˚C to 32˚C, which is very adequate for the scuba divers. One could experience the descending tidal waves, which rises for 1-3 meters. Furthermore, the influencing winds and equatorial weather pattern offers a superb experience for the experienced divers.
Indonesian scuba diving offer great opportunity to discover the exotic underwater marine life such as mimic octopus, leaf scorpions, wonderpus, frog fish, barracuda, tuna, eagle rays, mantas, stonefish, sharks and other water animals. Indonesian scuba diving is famous for beautiful marine species such as pigmy seahorses, dottybacks, basslets, gobies, blennies and bobtail squids.
The Komodo National Park provides wonderful and entirely different scuba diving experience for tourists through the year. Indonesian reserves are also the best place to view exotic marine life and the bio-diversity.
Surfing is the most popular sport of Indonesia due to its ideal equatorial climate. The average annual humidity in Indonesia is approximately 80%, and it usually rains accompanying thunderstorms and strong winds. The waves directly hit the coastlines from the south and southwest direction. The best time for surfing in Indonesia is the dry winter months.
There are nine popular surfing destinations in Indonesia such as Lombok, West Bali, Java, East Indonesia, Sumbawa, East Bali, Mentawai and Sumatra. The Bingin beach is most famous for surf camp of Bali, which is always overcrowded by worldwide the travelers. It has a very sober and calm climate with beautiful beaches for surfers. Apart from surfing, Bali is also renowned for huge volcanoes lush green jungles and tropical beaches. Nias, which is close to Lagundi, is a perfect spot for deep hollow tides that rises up to 15 foot. It is a perfect left reek break, which works brilliantly if it is accompanied with high tides (above 4 foot).
The most famous wave in Bali is the Uluwatu wave, meant for experienced surfers only. One could experience multiple waves with varying tides and swells along this wave. The most dangerous wave is the Padang wave which is also meant for experienced surfers. These waves are hollow because there is no water in the reef.
Indonesia offers best surfing locations and exclusive facilities for tourists.