Non-pro surfers CAN surf at ulu! If you can consistently catch a wave and go left, you'll have amazing rides here. I describe myself as low intermediate and I was fine. Just go at mid-high tide, on a smaller day (less than head high) and surf the leftmost breaks. You don't need boots as it's quite deep even at mid-rising tide. Go with a surf school or local your first time to learn how to paddle back in and what part of the lineup is appropriate for your level. Ulu can be very dangerous due to steep cliffs surrounding the only entry/exit beach and the currents pushing you away from this beach. The breaks further out and low tide are definitely for more advanced surfers! The best part is that there are a bunch of shops that will sell great photos of you surfing (make sure to negotiate a good price per photo).
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