There are 9 waves to surf all within 20 minutes from Lakey Peak Haven. The big name breaks are Lakey Peak, Lakey Pipe, Periscopes, Nunggas, Cobble Stones and Nunga Doro's. The closest wave to your accommodation is Lakey Pipe which you can see from the pool. Lakey Peak is a swell magnet and picks up all of what Uluwatu does in Bali. See more details below. Lakey Haven's location enables guests to be able to walk to Lakey Pipe or Peak (around 700m by the roads) or use the inhouse mountain bikes. Our packages include Private Surf Trips (4hrs per day) with a local guide/surf photographer. Motorbikes are available for rent but we do not recommend the use of motorbikes as you are not covered by travel insurance and some of the pathways or roads to the breaks are dangerous and not suitable for the normal moped style bikes.
Lakey Peak: Some describe it as the ‘The Machine’. An intense hollow right and lefthand peak, with the left generally being longer, the right can fire on a proper swell direction. An A frame set up with guaranteed backdoor sections for those of you with the intent. The wave is best at 4 to 8 foot faces, any bigger it can get ugly amazing. It can be surfed on all tides, mid tide tide is optimum, lowtide hollows the barrels up. Can be enjoyed by all standards of surfers on the different swells. The reef is soft but has some sharp edges, booties suggested.
Lakey Pipe: Serious barrel fest for those who thrive off lefthand ripbowls. Only surfable on the mid to high tides. When Lakey Peak is out of control, Lakey Pipe can have the best stand up barrels in Indo. Only for good intermediate or experienced surfers. Booties suggested.
Nunggas: Under 8 foot faces this wave breaks down several sections if they all connect the wave can be 200m long. It can barrel like G-Land or be as fun as T-Land. This wave is very under rated and that’s all I will say… Lefthander... some flat reef sections and deep holes in the reef. Booties suggested.
Periscopes: The wave is like the name... just hold on and enjoy the pit. Only surf it on a mid to high tide... picks up a little less swell than Lakey Peak... and needs a big swell to start opening up. Right hander amongst the lefts and it’s a quality one. Booties suggested.
Cobblestones: Another Left and Right... some people rave about the left hander with its sucky sections but watch out the the GREEDY ROCK... pull off before it... The right hander is a fun wave when 2 to 4 foot breaking in a magnificent aqua bay. Very picturesque.
Nanga Doros: Another left and right that picks up most of the swell even when its small. A great option when Lakey Peak is looking flat (which it rarely does).
There are great waves all year round, with the main surf season being May until August. The Tradewinds come into play about September until October which is great for the Kite Surfers (also surfers won't be disappointed at the morning and afternoon sessions) During November until April there is still loads of swell and occasional sideshore winds and maybe a bit of storm action, but the waves don’t disappoint.