Accommodation

Paradise Surf Camp offers inexpensive, clean, single/double occupancy private bungalows overlooking the most well known wave in the Krui area- Ujung Bocur (AKA Karang Nyimbor). Each bungalow is self contained and has beds, mosquito nets, a fan, electrical outlets, locks, and a small porch that looks out to the ocean. The waves can be checked from the lookout tower at the camp but the paddle out requires a small 5 minute walk up the beach. There is no easier way to surf in South Sumatra than with us!

Things in Sumatra operate quite differently than other more touristy parts of Indonesia. Accommodation in all of the camps in the area is quite laid-back and basic. For the average traveling surfer looking to escape the more crowded Indo spots it will be more than enough, but if you have any special needs or desires, clarify them with us beforehand. All the food (included in the price of accommodation) is home-cooked by our exquisite chefs and will be one of the highlights of your trip!

Camp Facilities

- Western Bathrooms
- Overhead showers
- 24 hour security
- Lookout Area for checking the waves and relaxing (with 2 hammocks)
- Chill out area with surf mags, book exchange, chess boards…
- Pool Table
- Ping-Pong Table
- Small store that sells beers, sodas, waters, cookies, cigarettes
- NEW! Order your own fruit juice from the juice bar!
- Fully equipped kitchen for staff to cook meals
- Dvd Player (when it works…)

We can also arrange motorbike rental (65,000rp per day), car rental (price varies, available with or without driver), and airport transfers. Airport transfers are 1,000,000rp each way total price per trip.

Meals

Three meals per day are included with each night of accommodation. Meals are all freshly prepared in-house by our staff. Dishes vary but are generally a mix of Indonesian and Western favorites based on availability and preference. A typical day would be banana pancakes, omelets, or crepes for breakfast, Nasi Goreng (fried rice), mixed vegetables, and grilled chicken for lunch, and freshly caught fish, rice, steamed vegetables, potato cakes and fresh sambal (spicy!) for dinner. Coffee and tea is available throughout the day at no charge.
There is a small store in the chill out area where you can add beers, waters, fruit juices, and other snacks to your tab.

Pricing

Paradise Surf Camp is a flat rate:

250,000rp /night
This includes 3 meals and all the coffee and tea you can shake a stick at. Based on double occupancy, single rooms available as well!
Note: Balances must be paid in Indonesian Rupiah. 250,000IDR is ROUGHLY $26USD, please check currency exchange rates before visiting.

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