The World’s Most Perfect Waves Await

Mentawai Islands

From £1599

The world’s best waves
Such a rich variety of waves means crowds are easily avoided
Simple island life and off the beaten track travel
Long tubes = a booger’s paradise

There is nowhere with the same concentration of world-class waves as in the Mentawai’s. So, prepare yourself for 9 days of incredible waves and adventure that is off the scale.

Quick Facts

Water Temperature: 28°C
Local Currency: Indonesian Rupiah
Language: Indonesian
Local Beer: Bintang
Local Food: Nasi Goreng
 Tropical climate
Consistent swell 3ft – 12ft
Bucket list destination for intermediate to advanced riders
20 breaks within a 45-minute boat ride from our surf camp
All food included
Post surf massages available
A huge variety of set ups and levels of intensity
An adventurous location for intrepid bodyboarders

Upcoming Trips

2019

DATES
EVENT NAME
PRICE
10/10/2019 > 19/10/2019
Mentawai Islands 10 Nights
£1599

Trip Information

Our Aim

We’re sailing between tropical Sumatran Islands to catch the finest waves in the world.

If you’re an experienced traveller and bodyboarder, this is the trip you’ve been working towards. First pioneered in 1975 by Australian Surfers, the exotic Mentawai island chain is packed with amazing waves and the opportunity for exploration, so be prepared for the unexpected.

You’ll be climbing in and out of numerous boats, clambering river banks and crossing high gullies to reach our beach front surf camp. Once there we’ll be checking out set ups on different wind directions, swell directions and having an amazing adventure.

At the fringes of the Sumatran jungle we’ll be travelling by boat each day to numerous waves running along the edge of the Mentawai’s archipelago, you’ll encounter simple island life and off the beaten track travel.

Ground swells are consistent during October and the variety of waves available means crowds are easily avoided. Winds are usually light at this time of year too so it’s guaranteed to be offshore somewhere every day. Wherever it’s on, we’ll be there!

If you feel comfortable in line ups, riding hollow and barrelling waves and surfing with an experienced pack, this holiday was designed for you.We’ll have an awesome time going with the flow, with a plan, but no fixed schedule.

Join us. See for yourself why experienced surfers and bodyboarders alike travel so far for waves that are second to none. The Mentawai Islands offer a booger paradise unlike any other you’ve ever known.

Waves

We’ve chosen a unique area of the Mentawai Islands that boasts over 20 breaks within a 45-minute boat ride from our surf camp. As well as the long left-hand running almond-shaped barrels Indonesia is famed for, there are shorter wedging peaks, fast hollow waves and fuller, deeper waves. On the right day you’ll get the longest tube ride of your life.

Within 5 – 20 minutes from the camp, travelling by boat, nearby waves include Beng Beng, E Bay, Pit Stops, Good Times, A Frames, Hideaways and Bank Vaults. They offer a great variety of set ups and levels of intensity.

Accommodation

Our surf camp is located in a beautiful protected bay where our boats are moored right out front. Fashioned in the style of traditional Mentawai Uma, the accommodation is simple but well put together for the travelling bodyboarder. Within the camp you can also pay to have a massage while overlooking the ocean, the ideal antidote for loosening muscles after a day in the water.

Climate

We visit during the back end of the dry season so expect warm, sunny weather and to spend most of the time wearing few clothes. It’s board shorts, Lycra vests and sunscreen only in the water. There could be occasional light rain. Sea temperatures remain steady at around 28°C or 82°F.

Food Mentawai Islands

Food

All daily meals are supplied during your stay in the camp and specific eating requirements can be catered for, vegetarians, vegans and most food allergies. With breakfast you can enjoy an unlimited amount of tea and coffee and both lunch and dinner comprise of hot cooked meals, freshly prepared using delicious local ingredients. The food is hearty and healthy and the portions are large! All meals and soft drinks are included in the package.

Coaching Mentawai Islands

Coaching

Tiered ability groups available.

This trip is home to some of the best waves in the world, and from the minute you arrive we expect you’ll be frothing to wax up and get on it.

While there are mellow waves to be found, the Mentawai Islands are revered and renowned for its challenging, fast, hollow reef breaks – so we know many of you won’t be needing to learn how to duck dive or pull-in!

Advanced Coaching

Our qualified coaches are of course on hand to provide you with any guiding, tips, hints or advice you might need in the water, but many of you will no doubt just want to paddle out and charge, and save any coaching until the video analysis back at camp.

Intermediate level Instruction

This is perfectly cool – and for those riders less advanced, we’re equally happy to run daily coaching sessions to solidify the foundations of your riding and/or brush up on your general skills. We will however be looking for the best, most perfect waves for the group each day.

Make no mistake, the Mentawai’s is a place to take your riding to the next level. Maybe you want to perfect your rail control in long, running barrels, or nail your timing and speed line to the lip to boost higher and further, or maybe you’re wanting to get more consistent on landing moves. Perhaps you just want the moral support of a crew in paddling out when it’s 4, 6 or even 8ft and absolutely booming?

Our instructors can help you achieve whatever goals you set yourself on this trip, from bespoke, one-on-one coaching on correct weight distribution and perfecting a tight 360 spin, to just taking a backseat and hooting you from the shoulder, as you scoop into a screamer and get spat out.

Photography and video analysis will be available throughout most sessions to help improve your riding.

Travel

You need to book your own flights to Padang, to arrive on the day before you catch the boat to the Mentawai Islands.  For your flight home, you’ll need to fly the day after the boat returns from the Mentawai islands. The dates are above so please check before booking.

Mentawai Trip 2019

Dates:  October 10 – October 19

  • Your flight needs to arrive on October 9 and leave on October 20
  • You need to fly in and out of Minangkabau International Airport in Padang

We organise your airport pick up and the first and last night’s hotel accommodation that you will pay for on arrival in Padang.

We will organise your airport pick up and first night’s accommodation at a hotel in Padang that we always use. You will need to pay for this in cash on arrival. The total price for the first night of the trip, the last night of the trip and your airport pick up and drop off will be will be £100 (RP 2,000,000)

To begin your adventure, you’ll be catching the Mentawai public boat from Padang to Siberut at 6.30am on the first day. You’ll arrive in Sikabaluan around 10am to catch another boat to Maura Siberut, arriving at 12 noon. Our Surf Camp Speedboat will be waiting for you here to take you to our camp for 2pm.

On your return journey, you’ll depart our camp at approximately 11.30am and arrive in Padang for 6pm. Again, we will book a hotel for you on this last night. Be aware, travelling in Indonesia can be slow going so embrace it as part of the adventure . . .

Price

10 – 19 October 2019 – 10 nights – £1599

Non-bodyboarding partner – £959

You will need to budget for:

A summary of things to budget for during the trip:

In Padang

2 night’s accommodation in our recommended Hotel in Padang + Taxi from hotel to airport on your way home (presuming you don’t share one) = 2,000,000 rupiah

Mentawai tax = 1,000,000 ($100AUD)

On the island

Beer = 50,000 Rupiah per can

Mentawai wood carving souvenir = 500,000 to 1,000,000 Rupiah

Shaman visit/donation to islanders culture and sustainability fund = 500,000 rupiah ($50 AUD) to 1,000,000 ($100AUD)

Photography package = 2,100,000 rupiah ($200AUD)

Internet = 100,000 rupiah ($10AUD) per hour

Area Mentawai Islands

Area

Spread out over hundreds of kilometres, this area of Western Sumatra is a fantastic wave rich coastline that is renowned for legendary reefs that have graced the covers of all major surf and bodyboard magazines. Revered by all who venture there and those who only dream of doing so, Mentawai is the gateway to booger heaven in the tropics.

While the physical distance between the mainland and Mentawai is not great, this remains one of the most isolated places in Indonesia. The archipelago is thought to have broken off from the rest of Sumatra about 500,000 years ago and it is only since the 20th century that the Mentawai people have had contact with the outside world. Its isolation has also allowed at least twenty endemic species to develop amongst its flora and fauna. – A long way from the world of shopping centres and fast food, this is where travellers come to get a truly off the beaten track adventure.

Countless islands, true wilderness, a tropical climate, and challenging waves. We’ll be living amongst the locals who have a strong spiritual connection to the forest are warm, friendly, and curious about western ways. Go with the flow, treat the people with respect and you’ll have a great time.

Kit List

It’s important to make sure you have the right kit before your trip starts, so all you need to think about is the surf, sea and sun!

We’ve spent decades travelling to Indonesia, so we know the difference between the ‘need to bring’ stuff and the ‘nice to bring’ stuff. Please don’t hesitate to email or call us on 01637 879571 if you have any questions.

If you need equipment, we recommend the Bodyboard-Depot, which offers free shipping on every sale over £50, a free pro leash with boards costing more than £100, and free fin savers with fins costing more than £35.

Alternatively, if you’ve run out of time to get the kit you need before you leave, let us know and we can source equipment in Indonesia so it’s waiting for you when you arrive. The more advanced notice the better please. We can arrange rental equipment if you can’t travel with your board/fins.

Bodyboard

The warm waters and heavy waves of Indonesia make many boards turn to jelly. If you have an older PE board it’s likely to get very flexible in the heat. Therefore, we recommend boards with a PP or low-density PP core. Also look for warm water waxes.

Fins

It’s essential to use a pair of comfortable, powerful, bodyboarding swim fins to get the most from the awesome waves on the trip. Taking a spare pair of fins is advised if you have room in your luggage.

Leash

It’s a simple insurance policy on any trip, so don’t forget – bring an extra leash. The day you snap one you’ll thank yourself.

Bodyboard travel bag

A decent board bag will keep your kit safely protected throughout your journey, especially when you consider the brutality of some baggage handlers. They range from £20 to more than £100 – the more you pay, the better protection you get. The best on the market is the Creatures wheelie bag, it’s heat-reflective, padded and you can wheel it around, saving your arms and shoulders for paddling.

Board sock

Board socks perform a dual purpose, protecting your board from the harsh Indonesian sun, and drying you off as it’s a handy towel. The humble board sock is an awesome piece of kit for travelling (or home use).

Anti-rub protection

Fin slippers and socks prevent rub on the foot and Achilles heel, and also save you from needing to wear full-length fin socks. Absolutely worth picking some up.

Heel shields

If you don’t wear wetsuit socks and want to prevent rub around your heels, it’s worth considering a set of heel shields. They make fins comfortable, stop chafe and have different thickness levels to suit the snugness of your fin.

Finserts

Finserts are (in our opinion) the ultimate foot protection from fin rub! Definitely have a look at buying a pair.

Fin tethers

Don’t let a lost fin ruin the rest of your trip. Bag a set of tethers and know you’ll pop up from every duckdive and wipeout with both fins still attached.

Shorts and rash vests

On any tropical trip, it’s important to invest in a good pair of high quality, lightweight, stretchy board shorts, and a good lycra vest to help keep the sun off. In fact, make that two pairs of shorts – it’s not worth risking getting caught short if you rip a pair.

Sun protection

There are a range of sun creams geared specifically for bodyboarding abroad. We can attest they actually stay on in the water, and we’ve tested them in some searing conditions.

We strongly advise you buy surf-specific sun protection that are 100% natural and biodegradable, non-natural sun creams contain toxins that are detrimental Indonesia’s pristine coral reefs.

Sun hat

Maximise your surf time by keeping the sun off your head. If you don’t already have one, please purchase a surf hat, especially if you have a shaved head or have fair skin. Trust us, it will make your trip much more enjoyable.

General things to make your life more comfortable

You will be sleeping in fairly close proximity to others in traditional buildings, and noise travels through this jungle area. Whether that is the wildlife, people listening to music in the bar/eating area or somebody snoring in your room, it’s a good idea to pack some ear plugs if you are a light sleeper.

Cool, light clothing. You will spend most of your time in just shorts. Make sure they are lightweight and ‘quick dry’ – heavy denim shorts will be uncomfortable in the tropics, especially when travelling.

Lycra shorts to wear under your boardshorts. Just in case you missed it, here it is again: Lycra shorts to wear under your boardshorts.

A good book or a Kindle, a stack of music on your phone, and movies to watch on your tablet.

Sunglasses (and spares if you are prone to losing/breaking them).

Flip flops / sandals.

Your own refillable water bottle – always stay hydrated.

A waterproof bag to help keep your kit dry if you go out on a boat.

Earplugs for use in the water.

First Aid Kit

While we do have a trained first aider on-site throughout the trip, it is always best practice (and polite) to bring your own first aid kit.

Accidents can happen when travelling and/or around camp, and there is the chance of a rub on the reef at some point during a trip. It’s important to be aware of this, and to bring a first aid kit with contents ready for it.

Essentials

  • Mosquito repellent (an obvious one, but easy to forget)
  • Antiseptic wipes / wash / cream
  • Sterile saline solution
  • Steri-strips / sutures
  • Wound dressings
  • Bandages / sterile gauzes
  • Band aids / plasters (a good selection of sizes)
  • Waterproof tape / duct tape (basically fixes everything)
  • Aspirin
  • Latex gloves
  • Cotton tips
  • Stainless steel scissors
  • Stainless steel fine point tweezers (key for removing bits of coral)
  • Safety pins
  • Tourniquet / triangle sling

Recommended

  • First aid manual (or better yet get some training)
  • Deep Heat / muscle rub gel
  • Hydrogen peroxide / iodine water purification tablets
  • Scorpion sting remover
  • Anti-histamine tablets
  • Super glue
  • Compeed (pads for fin rub)

Extras

  • Sudacrem
  • Vaseline
  • Hydration sachets
  • Imodium / travel sickness tablets
  • Zinc lip cream
  • Cold and flu tablets/Lemsip

What’s Included

  • 9 nights of accommodation
  • Airport welcome meeting arrangements
  • Guided transfers to and from Padang to the camp by boat
  • All meals
  • Daily local guiding and boat trips to the waves each day
  • Daily coaching/instruction sessions
  • Photography and video analysis to help you improve
  • Good times!

Dates

You need to book your own flights to Padang, to arrive on the day before you catch the boat to the Mentawai Islands.  For your flight home, you’ll need to fly the day after the boat returns from the Mentawai islands. The dates are above so please check before booking.

Mentawai Trip 2019

Dates:  October 10 – October 19

  • Your flight needs to arrive on October 9 and leave on October 20
  • You need to fly in and out of Minangkabau International Airport in Padang

We organise your airport pick up and the first and last night’s hotel accommodation that you will pay for on arrival in Padang.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions about our Mentawai Islands Trip.

How do I get there?

You need to fly into Minangkabau International Airport in Padang. Contact Dial a Flight and ask for Lee he is familiar with the route and we have worked with him for a long time (0330 100 2220) or another travel agent to organise your flights. Or use a travel agent from your own country.

Do I need to arrange my own flights and transfers?

You need to book your own flights to Padang, to arrive on the day before you catch the boat to the Mentawai Islands.  For your flight home, you’ll need to fly the day after the boat returns from the Mentawai islands. The dates are on the website so please check before booking.

Mentawai Trip 2019

Dates:  October 10 – October 19

  • Your flight needs to arrive on October 9 and leave on October 20
  • You need to fly in and out of Minangkabau International Airport in Padang

We organise your airport pick up and the first and last night’s hotel accommodation that you will pay for on arrival in Padang.

Do I need a visa?

British nationals can visit Indonesia for thirty days without a visa. However, entry into Indonesia may be refused and airlines may turn you away if you have less than six months left on your passport validity, you have no blank page left in your passport to attach your visa or you don’t have an onward ticket out of the country. For more or updated information visit https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/indonesia

Please check international travel requirements for your nationality and contact your travel agent or airline if you have any further questions.

What age will you be during the trip?

If you will be 60 or over, we need to chat on the phone prior to booking. Please call the office or email us to arrange a time for a call+44 1637 879571

What happens on the arrival and departure nights?

You need to make your own travel arrangements to Padang Airport in Sumatra to arrive the day before the trip starts. We will then arrange for you to be picked up from the airport and taken to a hotel that is near to the ferry port. We all stay together. You should budget £50 for this and you will need to pay in cash on arrival. On the last night of the trip we will also book a hotel for you and then organise a taxi back to the airport for you. Again budget £50 for this. Total price £100 (RP 2,000,000)

How do we get to the island?

To begin your adventure, you’ll be catching the Mentawai public boat from Padang to Siberut at 6.30am on on the first day. You’ll arrive in Sikabaluan around 10am to catch another boat to Maura Siberut, arriving at 12 noon. Our Bodyboard Camp Speedboat will be waiting for you here to take you to our camp for 2pm.

On your return journey, you’ll depart our camp at approximately 11.30am and arrive in Padang for 6pm. Be aware, travelling in Indonesia can be slow going so embrace it as part of the adventure.

How will I know where to go once I’ve arrived at the airport?

Once you’ve collected your bags you’ll be met at arrivals. Our representative will have a clipboard that has your name written on it. He’ll be looking for people with bodyboard bags and once you’ve been located, he’ll check you in. You may have a short wait at the airport as the rest of your group assembles. We recommend bringing a book, kindle or iPod for amusement during this period.

You’ll then be driven to your accommodation and shown to your room.  After a good sleep and a good breakfast, you’ll need to be at the hotel reception for 6.30am sharp the following morning to be taken as a group to the ferry port. Don’t be late!

Can we contact you if we have travel problems?

On the day that you travel please keep your mobile phone handy so we can stay in touch in case of delays and flight changes. Please inform us at the airport if you’re early or delayed for any reason. If you need help to book your flight then drop us a line.

If you can’t find our representative at the airport stay there and wait, they won’t be far away having tracked your arrival time.  However, if you’re having real problems finding them please call Aidan on +62 819 36064317.  Please do not leave the arrivals area, one of us will be sure to locate you.

Are we able to call home from the island?

There is no telephone reception in the camp. There is wifi in the camp.

What is the internet connection like in the camp?

The internet can be unreliable and you should put your ‘out of office’ message on your emails as you won’t be able to get online every time that you want to. Due to the high costs of maintaining connection in the area the price of use is $10AUD per hour. The quality of the connection is improving all of the time.

What kit should I take on a bodyboarding holiday?

You can buy any of your kit from the Bodyboard-Depot. If you’re unsure about what you need then give us a call, we’ve travelled to locations across the globe on many occasions so we know what’s essential or handy. Please remember – it’s important to make sure you have the right kit before your trip starts so all you need to think about is the sun, sea and waves! In the Mentawai’s the water is warm enough for just boardies and a rash vest. We would recommend a PP board. We can also take orders for boards, fins, rashguards etc that can be waiting for you on arrival in Padang.

Ask for Guy at the Bodyboard-Depot to discuss all your kit list needs.

What’s the best way to transport my bodyboard and kit?

Remember to check the baggage size and weight allowance with your airline and their procedure for carrying bodyboards.  Baggage handlers can be brutal so a tough bag and intelligent packing are a must. Firstly, pack your board(s) in a protective, padded board bag then write fragile and Top Load Only on it in permanent marker. If you’re travelling with a towel, wrap it around your board inside your board bag for added protection. Place your shampoo and other wet toiletries in a separate sealed bag in case of leakage. We recommend locking your bag zips with a padlock.

Do I need personal travel insurance?

Please advise our coaching staff of any medical complaints or conditions prior to your trip.  We are travelling to the outer island of a third world country where medical conditions are handled differently from the western world. Therefore, it’s essential you have medical evacuation and repatriation covered as part of your policy.

You will be a minimum of three hours from a hospital (by boat) plus a further one-hour flight to the nearest developed hospital, in Singapore. We will ask for travel insurance details upon booking so organise this nice and early. We will also ask you to fill out an enrolment form with these details before the holiday.

How can I find out about medical advice for travelling?

Health and safety medical advice for travellers can be found at www.doh.gov.uk. Otherwise, contact your GP or the Department of Health for further information. Or call the Help Line on free phone 0800 555777.  The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) issues up to date information on safety issues for countries world-wide. Contact the FCO Travel Advice line on 020 7238 4503/4504 if you have any concerns.

Please contact your doctor if you’re unsure about vaccinations. We advise you take mosquito repellent to reduce the risk of being bitten though we’ve never been aware of any malaria cases in the areas that we visit.  Mosquito nets are provided at our surf camp.  Check websites like netdoctor.co.uk and make your own decision about whether to take anti-malarial drugs. Please bring a well-stocked first aid kit of your own.

Is the water safe to drink?

No, but bottled water is available at the camp. Do not drink the local tap water.

What currency should I take?

It can be difficult to obtain Indonesian Rupiah (RP) outside the country but you can order it online before travelling.  In fact, we strongly advise this as it’s unlikely you’ll have time to organise this once you’ve arrived in Padang. There are no cash points on the island or in the region that we are heading to so bring all the money you will need with you.

How should I budget for the trip?

We suggest £250 (RP 5,000,000) for the 9 days in the camp, depending on how many beers you drink. It’s better to have too much money and bring it back than to get caught short while you are there. You’ll also need £100 (RP 2,000,000) to pay for your taxi on the night of arrival, your first night’s hotel accommodation in Padang, your hotel in Padang on the last night and your return taxi to the airport.

In Padang:

•                Accommodation in Padang (one night at the trip’s start and one night at the end, this will be a twin room shared with another bodyboarder on the trip) Taxi rides to and from the airport to your Padang accommodation on the first and last day £100 (RP 2,000,000)

•                Recently there has been a Mentawai Tax of 1000,000 Indonesian rupiah per person. This is to be paid to Aidan on arrival in Padang.

Budgeting for life on the island

•                Photography/videography – we will generally be going out on one boat. Each boat will have a photographer who also shoots video. They shoot from the boat and occasionally from the land. We will review this footage each evening. All of your photos/video are available for you to buy. The price is 2,100,000 Indonesian Rupiah (or $200 AUD). This is paid directly to the camp photographer at the beginning of the trip (when you arrive at the camp). If you decide later in the week that you want to purchase shots/footage the price increases to 3,000,000 Rupiah as it is more difficult for the photographer to retrospectively catalogue your shots. You need a 50gb hard drive that’s compatible with Mac and PC so they can get all their video and footage

  • Beer is 50,000 Indonesian rupiah per can, internet is 100,000 rupiah ($10AUD) per hour.
  • Wine / Spirits – these are not available for purchase but you can bring one bottle per person from duty free.
  • There is also a small village shop that sells sweets and drinks that you may want to budget a small amount of money for.
  • Tipping isn’t expected in Indonesia but it is appreciated, so please bare that in mind.
  • The local villagers are incredible craftsmen and sell wood carved bodyboards as a fantastic souvenir. These can be purchased for around 500,000 rupiah, depending on the size and design. You will be emailed further information about this prior to the trip.

What’s common courtesy for offering a tip?

Tips are not expected in Indonesia, but they are appreciated. For example, at the airport a porter may latch onto your board bag and want to carry it for you. Agree a price before allowing them to do this. Make sure you tip them at the end of the job (RP 30,000–50,000 would be appropriate).

How do I pay?

Payments are all made via our online invoicing system called Simple Invoices. Once you have confirmed you wish to join a trip we will send you an online invoice via email. Within this email there will be a link where that will take you to our secure payment system where you will need to enter your credit or debit card details to make the payment. In some circumstances we can facilitate a payment plan, just let us know if you wish to discuss this. Full payment must be made 12 weeks prior to the holiday start date.

What happens if I want to cancel my booking?

If you can no longer join the trip please let us know as soon as possible via email, your cancellation will be effective from the date which it is received by Bodyboard-Holidays. Cancellation charges are payable as follows:

Over 12 weeks – deposit only (one third of the total trip price)
36 days to 12 weeks – 50% of total cost
21-35 days – 75% of total cost
Under 20 days – 100% of total cost

However if your cancellation is within the terms of your insurance policy, you may be able to make a claim. Further information here. https://bodyboard-holidays.com/terms-conditions/

How to book

Once you have read all the info and made your selection. Book your holiday in 3 easy steps

Booking Steps 1

Enquire

Fill in the enquiry form below

Booking Steps 2

Confirmation

We’ll confirm availability and explain payment plan options.

Booking Steps 3

Completion

Pay your deposit, book your flights and complete the enrolment form. You’re on the trip!

Tripadvisor

“To sum up the trip in one word I’d choose EPIC! Being the first trip I have been on with Rob, it being the Mentawais trip, I could not fault it. Rob’s coaching in the water and at the end of the day via video analysis makes sure your next wave is better than the last. I would recommend this trip to anyone who wants to get away from civilisation and enjoy breathtaking jungle islands and scoring the best waves of your life. “

Benji M

“It was one of the best experiences of my life! Excellent waves, delicious meals, beautiful islands and deserted beaches. Next year I will go again!

Paulo

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