Bali, Indonesia Surf Forecast – July 25-31, 2018

24 Jul 2018 2 Share

Here it comes! Following a similar track to last weeks monumental swell event, the Indonesian archipelago is in store for another (potentially larger) bomb swell. Early forerunners are expected to make landfall today, Tuesday before bulk energy in XL SSW/SW groundswell shows Wednesday. If you're heading to the region or already in town... Get the guns ready and maybe lay off the Bintangs and Gudung Garams tonight as you may need every last breath of energy for what is in store over coming days!

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