Panoramic left-breaking wave located on the jungle-lined southeast tip of Java, Indonesia; one of the world's longest and most challenging reefbreaks, and site of the original surfing camp.

Grajagan (or G-land) breaks best from May to October, as winter storms in the Indian Ocean regularly generate four- to eight-foot swells—with the occasional 10- to 12-footer—which are groomed as they reach shore by Java's reliable southeast offshore tradewinds. The waves along Grajagan's enormous coral-st...