24 05, 2016

Asu Juice

2016-12-14T03:14:19+00:00

Another epic shot from Camp Asu! Looks like Indo is having an epic season so far this year.

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1 03, 2016

2016 March / April Promotion at Asu Camp

2016-12-14T05:58:38+00:00

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Let’s Go to Indonesia!

March / April packages are $1000.00 per person for 10 days all inclusive stay at Asu Camp.
(20% discount from the normal price)

Just spoke with Earl who runs Asu Camp who is back on the island with his newborn son and enjoying some early season waves. He has space as of right now this March and April, and is offering this great deal on a package to Asu Camp. Read more below from Earl on early season conditions, and how to get there:

Early season on Asu is predominantly light and variable winds, as it is a transition time from the wet season with predominantly west winds (offshore rights) to our dry season with more predominant south winds (offshore lefts). Either way the wind blows we have offshore conditions somewhere in the neighborhood.

Asu and Bawa are known for being swell magnets, so small swells of 2-3ft@10secs, which are always running, consistently throw up waist to head high surf everyday, and swells of 2-5ft@15 to 18 second period start to fill in as the Indian Ocean winter spins back into season in the deep south along the Roaring 40s, or the latitudinal line that wraps the southern oceans all the world ’round.

March and April generally we are surfing consistently with 2-6 foot surf and nobody around… empty lineups waiting for us at Asu, right in front of Asu Camp, and at our 8 other peaks in the neighborhood within a 15-60 minute speedboat ride.

Getting here from the US is best done through Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, then a 40 minute connecting flight to Medan, Indonesia ($200USD), and a final 50 minute connecting flight to Gunung Sitoli, Nias ($100USD). We pick you up there for a 2 hour car ride across Nias to the west coast port of Sirombu where our speedboat meets you for the 30 minute crossing to Asu. It’s best to arrive Kuala Lumpur as early as possible in the morning to make the connections to Nias and get to Asu Camp same day.

You can also access Medan, Indonesia from Bangkok, Singapore, Jakarta or Bali. So find a cheap ticket to South East Asia and get out to Asu Camp for some early season Indo perfection surf!

Interested in getting here this March?
Contact Josh Mulcoy right away and lets make it happen.
831-588-0333

josh@mulcoytravel.com

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2016 March / April Promotion at Asu Camp2016-12-14T05:58:38+00:00

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