Set amidst tropical gardens, and facing the sparkling turquoise waters of the Bali Badung Straits, Mainski Lembongan Resort is ideal for honeymooners, couples, families, backpackers, surfers, divers and all other walks of life.
2 people from $174 for 2 nights including Ferry and continental breakfast.
Comprising budget resort accommodation with great facilities such as the only waterfront infinity pool on the beach with pool-side bar/games area, an international restaurant serving dishes using the freshest ingredients, extensive cocktail list, wines & icy cold beers and free wi-fi.
Offering accommodation to suit everyone’s budget, with standard rooms of 1 double bed, or 1 double & 1 single, or 2 single beds. Air Conditioned rooms consist of 1 king bed or 1 double bed & 1 single bed with DVD player. The Upstairs Suite consists of a 4 poster bed, ensuite bathroom, small bar/ kitchenette, lounge with DVD and a lovely balcony table, while the 3 bedroom villas comprise the Upstairs Suite and 2 of the Air Conditioned rooms and are suitable for parties of 6.
Playgrounds is the easiest surf spot to get to. You can paddle out from Coconuts Beach and surf right away. It has a fun, long left, and (depending on the tide) a right-hander that is either mushy or short and barreling.
Lacerations is a better wave is a bit further out past Playgrounds. Lacerations is a bowling right that is accessible by paddling past Playgrounds and through the boat channel. This spot is usually a little more crowded because it’s a better barrel and usually has a little more size.
No Man’s is between Lacerations and Shipwrecks. This wave is deceptively perfect. It looks like the best wave ever, but every once in a while you can tell why no one surfs it. No Man’s gets big and heavy and can close out without notice. It breaks on exposed reef, something that you don’t see from a distance.
ShipWrecks is a right that you’ll need to hire a boat to take you out and also to pick you up. Paddling out to Shipwrecks would be exhausting. This is probably the best wave out here, and usually less crowded. But it also needs decent swell to work.
Nusa Ceningan – a left-hander that you need to hire a boat to get to. On the other side of Nusa Lembongan, and off the southern coast of Nusa Ceningan, this spot gets a lot less people surfing it.