On the East coast of Bali’s Bukit is Nusa Dua - home to Bali’s best Wet Season waves. The name means 2 Islands and refers to Nusa Gede and Nusa Dharma, the 2 prominent headlands. An outer reef surrounds most of the area providing a natural barrier to the swells. Bali’s biggest and upmarket hotels are located long this stretch. Inside the reef, water sports companies take advantage of the calm water offering tourists jet-ski and banana boat rides. While outside, along this reef is where your will find Nusa Dua’s famous breaks. Known by locals as Bali’s most consistent spot because its South East aspect picks up all the swell. The reef receives the full force of the swell without any refraction resulting in powerful waves and equally powerful hold downs. The North heading current can also be very strong, pushing you deeper along the reef into shallower sections. Surfers should be confident in their abilities before surfing here. If you are up to the challenge, the rewards are steep faces and machine like long rides.