Recently opened in April 2015, Bali Wake Park is the island's first and only wake park venue. The wake park is located just 10 minutes from Ngurah Rai International Airport, in the area surrounding Benoa Harbour. The central location is also just 15 minutes from the popular tourist destinations of Kuta, Sanur, Jimbaran and Nusa Dua, making it an easy day out without being stuck in a car for too long.
Bali Wake Park features state-of-the-art full size cable systems built around a 5-hectare lake with endless ocean views. The main lake has a full size cable system with 8 carriers, allowing up to 8 riders to participate at one time.
The full size cable system operates on adjustable speed settings, making this a fun activity for all ages and skill levels. In addition, obstacles are strategically placed in the water for an optional challenge.
Carriers become available when riders fall and during busy periods lap limits apply to allow everyone to get a chance at riding.
For those who have never wakeboarded before, there's an easy two tower system that's ideal for beginners and children to learn the sport. Trained instructors offer individualized attention and coaching for those who are new to wakeboarding and parents can rest assured that their kids are in safe hands.
Fore more advanced riders, there's a bi-level pool gap featuring four different obstacles connecting the two pools for endless combinations.
Bali Wake Park have thought of it all... A buggy pick-up service returns riders to the start dock.
Bali Wake Park offers more than just wakeboarding, there's also restaurants, a spa, pool bar and other family-friendly attractions.
A unique and fun way of exploring the park is by hopping on a Ninebot, an electric scooter that requires no previous experience or skill.
This is Bali Wake Park's first multi-brand retail shop where the latest gear and apparel from international surf and wakeboard brands are available. Brands include Rip Curl, Double Up, JOBE, Driftwood and more.
Opening Hours: 10 am – 7 pm
If you're not wakeboarding yourself, a good place to sit back and watch the action is at the Cold Bar where an infinity pool features an inbuilt minibar. A selection of cocktails and drinks are available, making the ideal place to relax with a cold beer after a ride.
Opening Hours: 11 am – 8 pm
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Bali Wake Park offers several options to maximize your time on the water, from 1-hour sessions to full-day passes, and entry into the park is free for spectators.
Ticket prices include the use of basic equipment, such as beginner boards, bindings, skurfers, double skis, vests and helmets, however this basic gear is not to be used with any obstacles on the course.
For more advanced riders, setups are available to rent and can be used on obstacles. Guests are also free to bring their own wake boarding gear if they want.
Bali Wake Park is easily accessible from the southern resort areas of the island such as Kuta, Legian and Nusa Dua, especially if using the new Bali Mandara Toll Road.
Located near Benoa Harbour, visitors can either take a taxi or a private car with driver. There are currently no forms of public transport operating directly to the park.
|Address||Jl. Pelabuhan Benoa, No. 7X Pesanggaran, Denpasar Sel., Kota Denpasar, Bali|
|Tel||+62 361 846 8866|
|Bali Wake Park|