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Telo Island Lodge

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Telo Island Lodge

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Telo Island Lodge

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Telo Island Lodge

Located in the Telo Islands, Indonesia

If your idea of a great holiday is surfing yourself into a blissed-out stupor while feeling refreshed, relaxed, and well fed, then Telo Island Lodge is your perfect destination.

“The Lodge” is an Indonesian surf adventure icon that overlooks Max’s Right – a gem of a wave which provides an ever-changing outlook for our guests.

Telo Island Lodge is designed to facilitate access to as much perfect Indo reef surf as possible.

Spacious covered decks and common areas are surrounded by manicured lawns and a tropical lagoon, where our epic little fleet of surf transfer speedboats wait on stand by.

We’d love to share our magic lineups and a cold beer with you!

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Twenty different breaks within 25 minutes with 3 - 5 ft lefts & rights.

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4 rooms, each with king size beds, air-conditioning and ensuite facilities.

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All-inclusive* regionally inspired culinary experience.

Group 20

Fish, stand up paddle, snorkel, and adventure 'til the sun goes down!

Lodge Overview

Telo Island Lodge has two world-class waves on its doorstep.

There are 18 more breaks accessible in less than half an hour. Even by Indonesia surf standards, this is pretty special.

Telo Island Lodge provides one of the world’s foremost, best-serviced, surf travel experiences. When it comes to an unforgettable surf vacation, we firmly tick all the boxes!

"Excellent Experience"

The facilities and operation at Telo Lodge are first class, from the arrival in Medan through the trip and the return to catch your flight back home. I've always been made to feel at home here at TIL. The experience is good value. Where else can you get nice accommodation, 3 good meals, AC, hot water, access to the speedboats to take you surfing and the company of the guides both in the water and out for less than a day rate at a hotel in Hong Kong or Singapore? – Sam Algranti