G-Land Surf & Weather Report
26th July 2023
Thanks again to our good friends over at Joyo’s G-Land Surf Camp for keeping us in the loop with the arrival of some new swells wrapping into G-Land. G-Land rarely disappoints the surfers that visit (wsl not included) It looks like the numbers have receded over in camp and now there’s empty waves peeling through. I’ve also heard that there has been a crew of surfers scoring fun little perfect waves down the reef on Tiger Tracks.
Solid lines bending into G-Land yesterday delivering head to triple head high plus waves to some very competent surfers. This morning the 27th and wave height is still up there but is tapering off through out the day. Yesterday’s wave period drops from yesterdays 17 seconds to 16- 15 seconds through out today. This morning we have a very light and variable wind (Bali) and the tide is running down for a 0.78mtr Low scheduled for 11.09am.
“This stretch of reef offers waves for all level of surfer all set in the most natural and pristine Indonesian national park in resort style accommodation at Joyos Surf Camp”
If anyone would like to get over there for the essential G-Land experience drop us a line and we can get you over there with a bit of a discount. Just hit us up right here if you want to be on the next boat.
Speed Boat departure dates for Joyo’s G-Land Surf Camp for July 2023
28th – 31st