Keramas is a heavy right-hander, breaking over a shallow section of reef off a long stretch of black sand and rice fields. Once only surfed by locals and expats-in-the-know, Keramas is slowly becoming one of the more popular waves in Bali. Since the construction of a new portion of road, Keramas has been featured in edits from professional surfers globally and a Junior World Event.
While no longer a “secret” spot, Keramas more than lives up to the hype. Expert surfers love the steep drops, long barrel sections, and powerful open faces for plenty of maneuvers, not to mention the regular opportunity for aerials. Be warned: know your limits, Keramas is also known for dealing out its fair share of injuries and has a local crowd of pro surfers.