Heli-Surfing in Indonesia As If There Was Any Other Way


So you’ve fancied learning to surf ever since you watched Point Break for the first time. Don’t worry, we get it too. Being one with the ocean; the adrenalin of catching the perfect break; the bikini-clad lovelies that seem to congregate at every great surfing beach - there’s a lot to like about boarding.

And we also know how surfing can get into your blood, into your soul, whether you’re a newbie riding a board the size of a ’57 Chevy, or if you’re a sleek riding machine looking for the next thrill. After all, in the words of big wave surfing pioneer Buzzy Trent, "a big wave is like a beautiful woman, exciting to look at and thrilling to ride."

If you have the sex wax for it, why not try the newest surfing sensation, now available on the Island of the Gods. Four Seasons Resorts Bali and Tropicsurf have launched Asia’s first heli-surfing tours, and are taking bookings now. Exclusively available to guests at the island’s two Four Season resorts, the G-Land in 45 Minutes tours whisk break bunnies north to neighboring island Java’s legendary Grajagan (known locally as G-Land) surf spot on helicopter day tours. Home to some of the best waves in the world, you, your guide and three of your mates can fly in to a hard-to-reach beach directly in front of these legendary breaks. If flying isn’t your thing, Tropicsurf also offer boat transfers to G-Land, as well as some of Bali’s best breaks. After a day’s guided surfing, fly back to the Four Seasons in time for cocktails and dramatic sunset, not to mention game-stopping bragging rights. 

“If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.” Bodhi, Point Break


Heli-Surfing in Indonesia
From US$10,000 for four passengers and one guide, a private helicopter charter, Bali airport transfers, private speedboat hire, personal coaching and insurance.