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G-Land Joyos Surf Camp (12 Days)

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12D 11N
Availability : Jan 17’ - Dec 17’
Kuta Reef Bali
G-Land
Min Age : 12+
Max People : 30
G-Land

G-Land is a magical place and one of the surfing world’s most increadible surfing destinations. For many surfers, its been a very special surfing site of primitive beauty and perfect waves. Secluded situated at Plengkung on the Southern tip of peninsula of Java is the legendary Grajagan. This remote little camp on the edge of Plengkung jungle conveniently situated in Banyuwangi, Eastern Java Province has earned a big reputation among nomadic surfers all over the world. Like primitive magical sound of its name, the mentions of Grajagan is an Indonesia incatation that causes surfers everywhere gaze longingly at the horizon.
The long lines are unmistakable perfect and the discovery that followed is now regarded as arguably the World’s best left-Hander ever. Known for its consistent off-shore trade winds during the sessions. G-Land is a Mecca for travelling surfers and the global pilgrimage to G-Land occurs all year around as surfers travel to Java to sample G-Land jewels. From March to November, the Indian Ocean generates strong swell is constant and flat swell is extremely rare which makes G-Land one of the worlds most consistent breaks. Out of seven main breaks in G-Land, only become extremely outstanding sections if you’re looking for superb and challenging waves: Kong, Moneytrees, and Speedies. Either way, beginners can also have chance to surf and practice at the lower in G-Land.

Waves of G-Land

There are 4 main sections of the break, depending on the tide and swell. Kong’s the outside reef is surfable at low tide up to the limits of your courage and its great for carving big turns and always provides waves even small days. Moneytrees, is often the prime take off point along the reef, from the Moneytrees section the waves lifts to a fast down the line inside peak leaked called Launching Pads. The final section of this increadible wave is known as speedies and works on bigger swells that pitch thick and square, before funneling intensely for as long as 300 meters over the reef. The waves at G-Land are suitable for most competent surfer. Big gaping barrels, long perfect walls reeling down this endless point allowing surfers to Carve huge turns on the face and ride some of the deepest and longest barrels of their life. At high tide the waves are easy to surf and break in deeper water, at lower tide the waves really start barrel, zodiac transfer service is available to take you out to the break mid to high tide, during low tide simply walk across the reef to paddle out.

Accomodation

Joyo’s camp is set amongst a National Park called “Alas Purwo” and is open March to November and located just off the beach line, directly in front of the famous section of reef known as Speedies. With a bungalow style accommodation which is strongly constructed to facilitate the unique lifestyle of most adventures who love being in the jungle and nature and to rpovide as much natural element as possible inside the room. Accommodation is in new modernized bungalows sleeping for 2-4 adults with air-conds & fan, double beds, & up to 4 single beds, DVD player, TV, mossie nets. The central relaxation house features a bar with cold beer “Bintang”, and soft dring like coke. A dining room, leather lounge, TV with surround sound stereo system, DVD player to enjoy the latest movie, music and most prominent internation-local channels transmitted by satelite dish. This area also has 2 large pool tables, tables tennis, yoga hall, internet connection and many more. Other non-surfing activities include fishing, yoga, snorkeling, sun-bathing, beach combing, diving, jungle trekking, and so forth. Internet via broadband staellite you can enjoy our fast internet access using broadband satellite connection. It is available for rent at affordable rates.

Departure & Return Location

Kuta Reef, Bali

Start Time

Approx 6.30 AM (Bali Time)

Service

  • Soft Drink
  • Beer
  • Airport Transfer (on request)
  • Hotels Transfer
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Afternoon Snack/bread
  • National Park Fee
  • Fast Boat/Flight Round Trip
  • Free WiFi
Packages Facilities & Price
VIP Room

Fast Boat Round Trip,Pick Up & Drop Off From Hotel,5 Beers/DayAC Room, 24 Hours Electricity, King Bed Size, share room, TV LED with Int’ Channels, Smart TV, DVD Player, Bungalow with Garden View, Private Bathroom, Blanket & Mosquito Net, Drinking Water Dispenser, Refrigerator, Comfortable Terrace & Seats.

Price: USD 1782 (USD 1980)

Superior Room

Fast Boat Round Trip,Pick Up & Drop Off From Hotel,4 Beers/DayAC Room, 24 Hours Electricity, King Bed Size and share room , TV LCD, Smart TV, DVD Player, Bungalow, Hotel Transfer, Private Bathroom, Blanket & Mosquito Net, Drinking Water Dispenser, Comfortable Terrace & Seats

Price: USD 1638 (USD 1820)

Deluxe Room

Fast Boat Round Trip,Pick Up & Drop Off From Hotel,3 Beers/DayAC Room, Electricity up to 10 pm, 2 Single Beds, share room, TV LCD, Bungalow, Private Bathroom, Blanket & Mosquito Net, Drinking Water Dispenser, Terrace Bench.

Price: USD 1467 (USD 1630)

Standart Room

Fast Boat Round Trip,Pick Up & Drop Off From Hotel,2 Beers/Day,Fan Cooled Room, Electricity up to 10 pm, 2 Single Beds and share room, Bungalow, Private Bathroom , Blanket & Mosquito Net, Fan.

Price: USD 1215 (USD 1350)

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FAQ

What boards are good to bring to G-Land?

Here is my quiver I used in 2009 all season in the G-Land Surf. For G-Land I usually ride 2″ to 8″ bigger depending on the conditions. Bringing 3 boards is a great idea to cover for the different wave sizes and incase you break a board. Above is a 6’2, 6’4 and 6’7. The 6’2 I would surf in 3-4ft waves (up to a bit overhead), the 6’4 in 4-6ft (overhead to double overhead), and my 6’7 is great for 5-8ft (double overhead+).

I also surfed a couple of longer boards. On some of the really big days I rode a 7’8. If you are not really fit it helps to have a board in the 7ft range. It’s certainly not a bad thing having to much length at G-Land.

The waves in G-Land have more power than most waves, and you will find you’ll want the extra length, a little bit extra volume, and a strong glass job is recommended. I ride Keahana Epoxy boards, they last really well and are near unbreakable.

The tails start as a round tail on the 6’2 right through to a rounded pin on the 6’7. This allows more hold in the bigger waves. Fin placement this season was tri/quad set-ups that allowed me to play around with quad set-ups too. The quads went really well on my forehand in the down the line waves, alot of speed down the line and allowing fast on rail turns. In saying that, as thrusters they went really well too

What wetsuits etc are needed in G-Land?

G-Land can get cooler currents especially during July and August. During the early season it is super warm water, where you can wear boardshorts and be comfortable, but come June it often starts cooling off a bit. Bring a spring suit to be safe, or a wetsuit jacket at least. Not only will the neoprene keep you warmer if the water is cooler, but it will give you reef protection if you happen to hit the coral reef.

Wearing a Gath helmet is not a bad idea if you have one, especially if you plan charging bigger waves and barrels. In the photo above I am wearing a springsuit (with boardies overtop), 1mm reef booties and a gath helmet. I don’t wear my Gath often, although for Speedies I quite often will as it can be very shallow, and this part of the G-Land surf reef has alot of power.

Are Booties needed?

Booties are a personal preference, but I recommend you bring a pair. At high tide you can get away with paddling most of the way without walking on reef, but the tide can drop fast then your left with a long walk across unforgiving reef. Coming in and out of the G-Land surf at low tide can be very difficult without booties, and falling off you will be thankful to have the booties on to plant your feet on the reef. Booties can save cuts to the feet, and cuts to the feet are the worst for getting infected.

Don’t like the super-grip that booties gives and can’t move your feet? Well just do a really mediocre wax job. Don’t even re-wax before surfs, have the minimum amount of wax, and the booties will move easier up and down the board, yet still grip enough not to slip off. Also make sure you get the right size and the low cut thin ones. The XCEL 1mm reef booties pictured above are my choice, they are really good.

What to bring to G-Land?

The following things are what I find really useful at G-Land:
* 3 surfboards (all rounder, mini-gun, gun). Or at least 2 boards.
* We do have good ding repairers in G-Land who can fix snaps and creases, but of course you need a board while its getting fixed.
* Neoprene. Springsuit, short-john, wetsuit vest/jacket are good options.
* Reef Booties
* Sun Protection: Good sunblock, zinc, even surfing hats and sunglasses. The glare gets really bad in the afternoons.
* Warm water wax
* Legropes, at least 2, including a longer bigger wave leash.
* Small money for any random purchases, ding repairs, laundry, etc. Note we do have credit card facilities in camp also.
* Books, crossword puzzles, magazines
* MP3 players, camcorder, camera, laptop
* Insect repellant, light trousers & long sleeve top for early mornings and evenings
* Sunglasses

Is there Malaria in G-Land?

G-Land is not well known for having Malaria. I have never taken any anti-malaria pills, and I’ve been bitten by many mosquito’s there over the years. Of course it is not 100% that there is no malaria or such, any where in Indonesia there is that small chance you could get something. Typically from June to September there is hardly any mosquito’s even around. But March, April, May, October & November can have more mosquito’s due to the extra rain then. All rooms have mosquito nets surrounding the beds, so you can sleep in peace.

For sure it is good to use insect repellant, and wear long sleeves and pants in the mornings and evenings. But in the middle of the dry season it really isn’t an issue. G-Land is nothing like Lombok & Sumbawa & Mentawai’s where malaria is common place.

What happens in the event of an Injury?

Because G-Land Surf does have some gnarly waves in the likes of Speedies, and it has coral reef, injuries are possible. The most common type is cuts and scrapes from hitting the reef. In our G-Land Surf Camp our manager & spiritual priest, Puma, is highly skilled and experienced at stitching cuts and wounds. We have plenty of medical supplies on hand, and often there is a surfing doctor staying in G-Land too.

If the injury is serious such as breaking a bone, dislocating a shoulder, etc, then we have a Helipad. Through your travel insurance we arrange for a helicopter to come and transport you to a western standard hospital in Bali.

For those who really want to do it in style, for a few thousand dollars they can fly to G-Land by helicopter to go surfing!