Surfcamp MAP

There are 5 surfbreaks you can surf everyday in short distance (wlking distance).

E-Bay : 5 minutes
Beng-Beng : 10 Minutes
Pitstop :10 Minutes
Bankvault : 30 Minutes
Nipussi : 1 hour

about wave just walking

Beng Beng=>

A very consistent world class wave, an extremely rippable left. This spot is loads of fun and probably one of the easiest waves to surf in the Mentawai’s. It’s the deepest and safest wave in the area and also pick up a bit more swell than other locales. 5 more breaks in the area, including E-Bay and Pitstops. Nestled inside a small bay with one of the most scenic views imaginable all around you.

E-Bay=>

This is a hollow left that barrels off the take-off with a short walk down the line. A great option when a lot of swell is hitting. A hollow, fast, powerful left. A world class wave for experienced surfers. Watch out for the two rocks on the inside. Great barrels, and turns into a surfing paradise at 6 feet offshore. There is a heavy warble that hits as you are taking off. Make the drop and don’t get thrown by that first warble and chances are you’ll get a mean aqua blue barrel. The scenery alone will blow you away. Besides its aesthetic beauty, double overhead E-bay is a beast and forces to be reckon with.

Nipussi or Pussies=>

A shorter right that breaks down the point from Bank Vaults. Definitely fun and rippable. Usually has fairly deep water from the takeoff to the inside. Ends in a riptide that sucks all the water back out to sea. A good option when there’s not much swell, and usually the most consistent spot in the area.

Pitstops=>

his is the right off the peak at E-Bay. A playful right that can offer some cover-ups off the take-off, but mostly a high performance wave with air sections at the end. Ends in a sandy channel.

Bankvaults=>

This wave is an absolutely amazing right-hander when it gets good breaking in deep water in two different sections. It is the big wave of the area. Breaks in all tides but better with an incoming tide. At low tide it can be unforgiving. It can handles up to 15 feet. Great take off with a big barrel section at the end. It can be a classic Hawaiian style deep-water wave.

Long Distance By speedboat

-John Candy
-Riffles
-4bobs
-Krambak Left
-No Kandui/Pistol
-Baby Kandui
-Burgerworld
-Hideway

How to get surf camp

-From Bali  Denpasar (DPS) you need to take  flight transists   to Jakarta and than to Padang, the   other flight is international flight its only Air asia from Kuala lumpur to Padang

We will greeting you at Padang Airport and take you to our homestay /Office in Padang if you have arrival or departure  mentawai fast or Overnight Ferry our rate is include our house for staying  in Padang.
if you need flight from kuala lumpur to padang

All access to the Mentawais is through the Sumatran city of Padang, which fields international flights Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Flights into these hubs will vary in price depending on where you are coming from and who you are flying with, but Air Asia, a low cost carrier based out of Malaysia, has been known to offer incredibly low fares that include little more than taxes and airport fees. 30-day Indonesian visas are available to practically everyone for a fee of around $25. Airport code: PDG.

from from kuala lumpur to padang with flight then from padang to siberut with ferry boat from harbour siberut to surf camp with speed boat

if you need flight from bali =>jakarta to padang
www.lion air.com or garuda air
if you need flight from australia kuala lumpur to padang
=>www. airasia. com

how get from Padang to mentawai islands then mentawai islands to surf camp

from from kuala lumpur to padang with flight then from padang to siberut with ferry boat from harbour siberut to surf camp with speed boat

how get schedule the return ferry from padang to muara siberut harbour then muara siberut to padang harbour
AMBOLO’s SCHEDULE(Overnight Ferry):

-Departures from PADANG:
-WEDNESDAY 7pm arriving at destination the day after at 3pm(one stop in north Siberut).
-FRIDAY 7pm arriving at destination the day after at 6/7am
Departures from SIBERUT:
-THURSDAY 4pm arriving at destination the day after at 6/7am(1 stop in north Siberut)
-SATURDAY 7pm arriving at destination the day after at 6/7am

MENTAWAI FAST’s SCHEDULE(Fast Ferry):

Departures from PADANG:
-every TUESDAY-SATURDAY 7am arriving at destination within 6 hours(1 stop in north Siberut)
-every THURSDAY at 7am arriving at destination within 3 hours (no stop)

Departures from SIBERUT:
-every TUESDAY-SATURDAY 3pm arriving at destination within 3 hours(direct to Padang,no stop)
-every THURSDAY at 1pm arriving at destination within 3 hours(no stop)

About wave on surf camp

Beng Beng=>

A very consistent world class wave, an extremely rippable left. This spot is loads of fun and probably one of the easiest waves to surf in the Mentawai’s. It’s the deepest and safest wave in the area and also pick up a bit more swell than other locales. 5 more breaks in the area, including E-Bay and Pitstops. Nestled inside a small bay with one of the most scenic views imaginable all around you.

E-Bay=>

This is a hollow left that barrels off the take-off with a short walk down the line. A great option when a lot of swell is hitting. A hollow, fast, powerful left. A world class wave for experienced surfers. Watch out for the two rocks on the inside. Great barrels, and turns into a surfing paradise at 6 feet offshore. There is a heavy warble that hits as you are taking off. Make the drop and don’t get thrown by that first warble and chances are you’ll get a mean aqua blue barrel. The scenery alone will blow you away. Besides its aesthetic beauty, double overhead E-bay is a beast and forces to be reckon with.

Nipussi or Pussies=>

A shorter right that breaks down the point from Bank Vaults. Definitely fun and rippable. Usually has fairly deep water from the takeoff to the inside. Ends in a riptide that sucks all the water back out to sea. A good option when there’s not much swell, and usually the most consistent spot in the area.

Pitstops=>

his is the right off the peak at E-Bay. A playful right that can offer some cover-ups off the take-off, but mostly a high performance wave with air sections at the end. Ends in a sandy channel.

Bankvaults=>

This wave is an absolutely amazing right-hander when it gets good breaking in deep water in two different sections. It is the big wave of the area. Breaks in all tides but better with an incoming tide. At low tide it can be unforgiving.  It can handles up to 15 feet. Great take off with a big barrel section at the end. It can be a classic Hawaiian style deep-water wave.

Long Distance By speedboat

-John Candy
-Riffles
-4bobs
-Krambak Left
-No Kandui/Pistol
-Baby Kandui
-Burgerworld
-Hideway