surfing in bali

Startup from Bali wants to make waves in the surfing industry

With a passion for surfing and a desire to make a difference, a group of young entrepreneurs from Bali have started a new business that they hope will make waves in the industry.

Surfari is a great way to experience Bali.

Surfari, a surf school and tour operator that offers visitors the opportunity to learn how to surf or improve their skills while also enjoying the beautiful scenery and culture of Bali, was founded by a group of young entrepreneurs who share a passion for the water and the incredible experience it can bring.
The company operates two campuses – one in the quiet, family-friendly village of Sanur, and the other in the gentrified, party-central area of Seminyak – where they provide a range of services, including group classes, private lessons, and surf trips.
They also run a fleet of bamboo surfboards and other equipment for rent, so visitors can experience the waves for themselves. The owners are often seen riding the waves in Sanur, Semaniak. They have also been involved in the local surfing community, and have been involved in the development of surfing in Bali.
Surfari, a surf school and tour operator that offers visitors the opportunity to learn how to surf or improve their skills while also enjoying the beautiful scenery and culture of Bali, was founded by a group of young entrepreneurs who share a passion for the water and the incredible experience it can bring.
The company operates two campuses – one in the quiet, family-friendly village of Sanur, and the other in the gentrified, party-central area of Seminyak – where they provide a range of services, including group classes, private lessons, and surf trips. They also run a fleet of bamboo surfboards and other equipment for rent, so visitors can experience the waves for themselves. The owners are often seen riding the waves in Sanur, Semaniak.
Their packages also offer the chance to experience the other major attraction of Bali—the sun—through a wide range of activities, from sunbathing on a beach towel to going without any protection at all. This allows visitors to experience the true benefits of the balinese sun without the risk.

Surfari is the brainchild of a team of young entrepreneurs who saw a niche market opportunity and took action

The young owners are now bringing their years of experience and passion for surfing to the local community and visitors to the island, with the aim of opening more facilities and offering even more exciting experiences.
The startup, called Surfari, is a surf school and tour operator that offers visitors the opportunity to learn how to surf or improve their skills while also enjoying the beautiful scenery and culture of Bali.
The company was founded by a group of friends who share a passion for surfing and a desire to make a difference in the industry. “We want to show people that surfing is more than just a sport, it’s a lifestyle,” said one of the founders, Dika. “We want to promote sustainable tourism and help preserve the environment. We also want to create jobs for local people and help them develop their skills.”

The company is already making a positive impact

Having created jobs for 10 local people and helping to preserve the environment by using eco-friendly materials and promoting sustainable tourism. Surfari is just one example of the many innovative and socially responsible businesses that are being created in Bali. With its beautiful scenery and rich culture, the island is quickly becoming a hotspot for startups and entrepreneurs.

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