Somewhere along Java’s nearly 650-mile southern coast there is a small village tucked in the trees. These trees line a white sand beach that comes to a point at an abrupt headland of volcanic rock, which is well on its way to eroding into a miniature island. Alongside the obvious beauty of the place, the strange rock formation creates a perfect reef setup for two of Indonesia’s finer slabs, conveniently located next to one another.
In the video below Ry Craike makes the journey from Australia to visit Java’s most famous surfer, Dede Suryana, to spend a couple days in this oasis. Keen eyes may recognize this gem setup from a number of recent surf imagery, but as of now its exact location remains a kept secret. After what has happened to some of Indo’s other newly revealed waves, including the crowds now seen at Keramas in Bali, perhaps it’s better that way.