"The Stormrider Surf Guide Indonesia & the Indian Ocean" lifts the lid on what many believe are the best waves in the world. Cruise the exotic, swell-soaked shores of the Mentawais, Bali, Sri Lanka and the Maldives, then take a voyage of discovery around the isolated islands of the warm Indian Ocean. Stunning photos bring the waves to life and the crucial stats on swell, wind, tide and weather are just some of the reasons this indispensable surf guide should be top of the packing list.
Introduction Pages include: Meteorology and Oceanography; Ocean Environment; Surf Culture; Stormrider Hotspots; and, Off the map overview. Surf Zones contains: Surf break descriptions; Stormrider Symbols; When to go; Swell and weather stats; Travel Information; and, Surf business locators. Zoom-in Surf Zones features: Complete Stormrider Symbols; Expanded break descriptions; and, in-depth Travel Information.
Some surf guides just don't cut the mustard. This one however, cuts the mustard, spreads it on some toast and tantalises your hydrocephalic taste buds until you can't take it anymore and book a ticket. - Drift Magazine
The Stormrider Guides continue to be the pinnacle of surf travel guide books, and this latest edition is no different. If you're planning on taking a trip you'll want to grab a copy - it'll be one of the best purchases you make. --Transworld Surf
This Stormrider Guide offers unbiased info on Indo, as well as delving into newer surf locales in India and the Andaman Islands. Ink on paper has taken a backseat, but The Stormrider Guides continue to keep hardcopy relevant, because to truly explore, you gotta unplug and this book has all the info you need to do it. -Australia's Surfing Life
About the Author
The author is Bruce Sutherland, a director of Low Pressure, and co-author of The Stormrider Guide Europe, The Stormrider Guide North America and The World Stormrider Guide trilogy has 30 years extensive experience of surfing and travelling. Contributions also come from the Low Pressure team as well as numerous respected surf journalists including Antony Colas, who has travelled across the world, surfing in over 50 countries.