Mamaka by Ovolo’s Newest Addition: Rip Curl School of Surf

Rip Curl School of Surf has been a staple part of Bali’s tourism, offering for over twenty years now. Providing comprehensive water sports packages that elevate their services beyond the expectations of their customers time and time again. From tourists looking to get in the water for the first time, to seasoned professionals, the Rip Curl school plays host to all comers. Established in 1998, they are the original surf school in Bali. 

Started before Bali became synonymous with surf tourism, the school has gone from strength to strength over its tenure as the premier surf school in Bali. Voted as such in back-to-back Surf Time Awards. 

Over this time, Rip Curl School of Surf have established themselves as a part of the Island in Bali. In and of itself a celebration of the relationship between Rip Curl and Indonesia. A brand constantly looking for ways to connect with the community, and give back to the Island, whether through the countless CSR activations, Mangrove restoration or the ongoing coral garden programmes. 

Operating from its primary locations in Legian and Sanur, the Rip Curl school also transports guests to wherever the conditions are best. Mamaka and Ovolo joining forces with Rip Curl School of Surf at Kuta’s halfway beach only strengthens the existing offering. Combining a prime location with consistent waves and the ability to simply cross the street and kick back after a hard day’s surfing.

It now presents the incredible benefit of being able to bring the ultimate surfing experience to Mamaka guests in house. Being able to utilise the dedicated facilities to make the most out of their surfing journey. Having a hotel that resonates the same values as the Rip Curl School of Surf is imperative to continuing the already well established institution. 

Officially accepting would be surfers from the October 16th, Mamaka now hosts a full time classroom managed by the Rip Curl School of Surf. Taking its inspiration from a bygone era, where blackboards were commonplace and laptops weren’t invented yet.

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