Togat Nusa Retreat, North Sipora, Mentawai

Guest Reviews



By Jenny Stones, 27th October 2015

Great waves, amazing people and fantastic food. Your own private Island with an awesome left breaking on the reef! Its paradise and I’m already planning my next trip there.


Exceptional Surf Trip

By James McMahon, 16th May 2015

I just returned to LA from a 10-day trip at Togat Nusa and I can certainly say it was well worth the days of travel it took to get to the island! Hands down the most beautiful place I have ever visited. Ticks all the boxes if you want to relax, enjoy nature and score epic warm water waves.


12 days in paradise

By Carol Hanson, 3rd July 2016

Words can’t describe how amazing Togat Nusa Retreat really is. I was lucky enough to spend 12 days, literally in paradise, with the best company, best food, and best surfing anyone could hope to enjoy, warmest thanks again, Carol.

togat nusa retreat

Camp Size: Max 8
Accommodation:  Private fan bungalows
Daily Meals: Included
Daily Transport: Daily boat rides included
Located in front of surf break: Yes
Destination: Mentawai Islands
Surfing Ability: Intermediate to advanced
Budget: 4/5
Surf School: No
Surfboard Rental: No
Yoga: Yoga & meditation classes
Ideal for: small groups, couples & families

mentawai islands

Nestled amongst the palm trees on Pitojat Island, Togat Nusa Retreat truly is a magical place. A private, tropical island sanctuary perfect for those looking to escape, relax & unwind. Its location in the surf rich Mentawai Islands chain offers an abundance of waves, especially lefts! A small resort, catering for only 8 guests at a time, the focus is on service and friendly vibes.

The retreat is blessed with a very consistent and extremely good left hander called Scarecrows that breaks a short distance from its shores. Several world class waves are also reachable within a short speedboat ride including the world famous left hander Telescopes.

Guests are able to travel to the resort on a set schedule with 10, 11 and 12 day trips available from February until November. Ideal for intermediate and advanced surfers – the resort is particularly suited for small groups, families or couples looking for a unique surf and yoga orientated tropical surf vacation.

surfing mentawai

Togat Nusa Retreat caters for a maximum of 8 guests within its 4 private bungalows

Each bungalow is constructed with beautiful local hardwood timber & includes its own veranda as well as a pathway to the jaw dropping white sand beach that’s just a stone’s throw away. All accommodation comes complete with private bathrooms including hot/cold showers.

Bungalows – private accommodation

4 x double bungalows (sleeps 1-2 guests)

- 2 large double beds per bungalow
- Fan cooled
- Private bathroom
- Hot/cold showers
- Private veranda
- Pathway to the beach 
- Ideal for singles, couples & small groups

surf mentawai

Built entirely out of recycled timber and driftwood collected from the surrounding beaches, the bar & restaurant is the hub of the retreat and is a truly spectacular piece of craftsmanship.

Meals are locally sourced with a focus on fresh meats, fish, fruit and vegetables as well as home baked breads and pastries. Togat Nusa’s experienced Indonesian chef combines traditional and western recipes to create the most delicious meals.

Breakfast for early birds consist of fruit, yogurt and homemade granola, coffee and tea. You can order what you like, omelettes, pancakes, French toast with homemade bread, bacon and eggs.

Lunches & Dinners are served buffet style pizza, burritos, pasta, curries, some Indonesian dishes, ren dang, lumpias, soto ayam, fresh fish,roast chicken, fresh salads, homemade cakes, donuts and fresh fruits for desserts.

All guests will be given a large water bottle that you can refill in the restaurant.

Food allergies and special dietary requirements are not a problem but should be specified before yours arrival to ensure we are prepared. Please also inform us of any birthdays or special occasions during your stay so we can help to make them extra special.


The Bar stocks a variety of beers and spirits as well makes cocktails and fresh fruit smoothies, its NW facing aspect makes it the ideal place to grab a cold beverage and watch the sun set on another perfect day in paradise.

Included in the price:

- 3 large, healthy delicious meals are served each day
- Unlimited Tea, Coffee and Water.
- Most snacks

Not included in the price:

- Alcoholic beverages
- Soft drinks
- Some extra snacks

togat nusa

All inclusive - everything except massage , photos and drinks from the bar.

Private Island with turquoise lagoon
Scarecrows (left hander) on your doorstep
Daily Boat rides to the local surf spots*
Daily meals, snacks, smoothies & coconuts
Romantic candle light dinners

Free Wifi
Free Snorkelling Gear hire
Free Yoga Classes - for all levels
Free Stand Up Paddle Board hire
Tsunami Tower (12m tall) - also a great place to watch the sunset!

*Day trips up to the playgrounds or down to HT’s is additional. This is a daily charter price of USD$ 300, for up to 8 people.

surf boat

Included in the daily surfer rate are your daily boat rides;

Morning Surf session: typically 6.30am - 8.30am until 12pm
Afternoon surf session typically 2.30pm - 3pm until 6pm

Every guest will have daily boat rides to the surf included in their package. The first session will depart Togat Nusa between 6.30am and 8am depending on what’s agreed the evening before. Guests will return back to base for lunch, usually by 12pm. The afternoon surf departs around 2-3pm and returns back about 30 minutes before dark. The decision on where to surf will depend on the surf guide and what the group/majority would like to do. Guests can surf Scarecrows any time of day they like too. 

There are 2 boats available for our guests. The main boat is a traditional dugout canoe, powered by two 40 horsepower Yamaha engines that will transfer you safely to and from the surf at speeds of up to 20 knots. Built locally, this style of boat is designed for travel in local waters and whilst the ride can sometimes be a little wet, the length and shape of the hull helps it cut efficiently through the surf for a smoother ride than a western style speedboat.

Our drivers are experienced boatmen, growing up in the islands and around boats all their lives. As well as containing all the required safety gear, the boat has a cooler with cool drinks, a large roof and padded seats with backrests, ensuring guests are comfortable and protected from the sun during travel or when taking breaks between sessions.

Togat Nusa’s 9m aluminium speedboat is also used locally but will always be used when heading off for further missions north and south. Complete with a cabin & powered by 2 x 200 hp Suzuki engines the boat is equipped with GPS, radio and safety equipment. All missions to playgrounds or HT’s will be an additional charge of USD$ 300 / day for up to 8 guests.


The staff are trained to assist you with first aid. If necessary, we can stitch you up at the resort. If injured guests want go back to Padang before the trip ends, we can organise this for you. If it’s very serious, we’ll contact your travel insurance company for further instruction.


The area is situated within an active seismic plate. The retreat takes this threat seriously (although unlikely) and has an evacuation plan ready in case of emergency.


Although contracting Malaria is extremely unlikely - we advise all guests to contact their local doctor prior to travel. 


surf map

Guests need to fly into Padang Airport, West Sumatra 

We recommend using and flying into either Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - or Jakarta, Indonesia.  From KL, there is usually one morning flight (1hr) with Air Asia  as well as a lunchtime flight to Padang.  From Jakarta, there are over a dozen flights each day that fly into Padang, from airlines such as Garuda Airlines, Srwijaya, Citilink  & Lion Air. We recommend

Note: Visa On Arrival: A FREE 30 day Visa On Arrival is now available for the following countries: Australia, USA, Brazil, South Africa, New Zealand, Canada, Peru, Costa Rica, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Ireland, England, France, Switzerland, Sweden and Germany. 

mentawai fast ferry

Price: USD 150 pp each way


* Airport collection
* Taxi to Hotel
* Taxi to Ferry
* Ferry Ticket (Padang to Tua Pejat, Sipora)
* Speedboat transfer from Tua Pejat (Mentawai port) – the camp;
* Baggage & surfboards charges (porters)

NOT INCLUDED: Hotel in Padang; meals and personal expenses in Padang;

Your transfers in detail:

Padang Airport

Upon arrival at Padang’s Minangkabau International Airport, you will be greeted by one of our staff members with pre-arranged transport and you'll be taken to your hotel. From this point we can help with any pre-departure needs, like accessing money, where to eat or simply explore this unique and colourful city for a genuine Indonesian experience.

Padang Hotel (extra cost)

Note: All guests will need to spend their first night and last night in Padang. That said, hotels are very affordable and even the best hotels are around $60 for 2 guests including breakfast. 

We suggest staying at either of the following options:

Mercure Hotel -

The one and only hotel where you can see sunrise and sunset. 5 star glory in Padang. Brand new, multi-story hotel on an elevated property overlooking the beach. Western sterility with Minangkabau (West Sumatran) touches. Swimming pool, bar, beach and mountain views.

HW Hotel-

HW Hotel is located in the heart of Padang City, Offering a different atmosphere with Smart Room and Elegant Design. You can also admire the scenery of the sea from the windows of our rooms. All rooms have views in this hotel. A strategic location will indulge you to experience a variety of shopping and entertainment place.

Mentawai Fast Ferry

You'll be collected from your hotel and taken to the ferry port the next morning around 6.00am. The port is very close to where the hotels are found - it's just a short 5-10 minute ride.

Ferry departure times:

Padang – Tua Pejat: Monday, depart 06.30am
Padang – Tua Pejat: Wednesday, depart 06.30am
Padang – Tua Pejat: Friday, depart 07.00am
Tua Pejat – Padang: Monday depart 14.00pm
Tua Pejat – Padang: Wednesday depart 14.00pm
Tua Pejat – Padang: Friday depart 14.00pm

The Ferry crossing time takes around 3 to 4 hours. Guests will arrive in Tua Pejat (Mentawai Port) around 9.30am, where our staff will be waiting to transfer all the baggage to the speedboat and take the guests to Togat Nusa Retreat, arriving around 10am. Crossing times are subject to weather conditions and delays can happen.

On return, guests will depart the resort around lunchtime (with the speedboat) to take the Ferry at 2pm. The arrival time in Padang will be approx 6pm. Our staff member will transfer you to your hotel as well as the airport the next morning. (Hotel and meals in Padang are not included.)

Speed Boat - from Padang to the resort directly

A private speedboat is available (as an alternative to the fast ferry) - for crossing for groups of up to 12 surfers, starting from around USD 1,550 (tbc). The boat will head straight to the retreat and the crossing time usually takes 3 to 5 hours. This is always done in the morning; however the crossing can be postponed due to weather conditions.

"Rubber time"

Indonesian transport is renowned for being erratic, with this in mind delays and re-scheduling are an everyday reality concerning public transportation. We will do our best to get you where you need to be asap, but take no responsibility for delays or cancellations due to external circumstances.

Whatever you bring, make sure you to pack light & within the baggage restrictions on your air ticket. Airlines are becoming more stringent & do impose hefty charges for excess baggage. Here’s a summary of what to bring:


Passport valid for at least 6 months from date of departure and must have at least 1 completely blank page (no stamps, nothing)


Tickets & itinerary


Travel insurance policy


Cash – change $500 minimum per two weeks stay into Indonesian Rupiah (IDR).


For more information, including which surf equipment, personal items & first aid to bring, please check out our Travel Essentials page

The best advice we can offer regarding packing your bags is to pack as lightly as possible. The following list is divided into two categories: In the Water and Out of the Water. It was created to give you ideas and help you keep track of items you may or may not need to bring on your adventure.

In the Surf

big wave leash (1)
mid sized leash (3)
leash ropes (6)
board shorts (3)
fin keys (2) best to use future fin keys, because they are stronger
fin sets (2) for each surf board
snug fitting T-shirt for sun protection (2). T-shirts work better than rash guards because they retain water, which keeps you cool, and they also give less rash than a ‘rash guard’
reef booties are recommended for several of the surf spots. When choosing your reef booties, it is best to select a pair that is snug fitting, or they will inhibit your surfing
snorkelling gear (optional. rental gear will be available)
surfboards (2-3). 
surf hat (optional)
surf board wax (5) The kind of wax that works best in Mentawai is Mr. Zoggs Quick Humps 6x tropical or base coat. Since the ocean is so hot here, Tropical Wax gets too soft, and slippery
wax comb

What surf boards should I bring?

Mid sized boards are what gets used most, but best to bring whatever you are used to riding.

Don’t be surprised if you ding up your surf boards and maybe even break a few of them on your vacation. Last, but not least, a ding repair kit, or some sun cure resin for quick fixes is a must.

Out of the Surf

airline tickets
airline tickets (copy)
binoculars (optional)
cash (crisp, new bills)
comb or brush (optional)
credit cards
ding repair kit / sun cure resin
driver’s license
driver’s license (copy)
220 volt-110 volt electricity adapter (optional)
long sleeve t-shirt
malaria medication (optional)
moisturizer (optional)
mosquito repellent (optional)
surf board coffin travel bag
nail clippers (optional)
pain medicine (optional)
light weight pants (2)
passport (copy)
prescription medicine (optional)
sealable ziploc bags for cameras, etc on the surfing excursions
shaving cream
shaving kit
walking shorts (2)
silica gel (for inside ziploc bags)
socks (3)
t-shirts (4-5)
travel backpack
visa (if necessary)
visa (copy)
waterproof jacket (optional)

The most important thing to remember on this list is to make sure that you have an updated passport and a valid VISA for entering Indonesia, and you will not be permitted to enter Indonesia if your passport is going to expire within six months from the time of your departure. Most people can take care of their VISA upon entering Indonesia including citizens of the United States and Australia but before you purchase your airline tickets please check with your local authorities to make sure you’re covered

Set Trips

Trip Dates Nights Currency
Set Trip 1 01 MAR 17 to 10 MAR 17 9 USD
Set Trip 2 10 MAR 17 to 20 MAR 17 10 USD
Set Trip 3 22 MAR 17 to 31 MAR 17 10 USD
Set Trip 4 03 APR 17 to 12 APR 17 9 USD
Set Trip 5 14 APR 17 to 24 APR 17 10 USD
Set Trip 6 26 APR 17 to 05 MAY 17 9 USD
Set Trip 7 05 MAY 17 to 15 MAY 17 10 USD
Set Trip 8 17 MAY 17 to 26 MAY 17 9 USD
Set Trip 9 29 MAY 17 to 09 JUN 17 11 USD
Set Trip 10 12 JUN 17 to 21 JUN 17 9 USD
Set Trip 11 23 JUN 17 to 03 JUL 17 10 USD
Set Trip 12 05 JUL 17 to 14 JUL 17 9 USD
Set Trip 13 17 JUL 17 to 26 JUL 17 9 USD
Set Trip 14 28 JUL 17 to 07 AUG 17 10 USD
Set Trip 15 07 AUG 17 to 16 AUG 17 9 USD
Set Trip 16 16 AUG 17 to 25 AUG 17 9 USD
Set Trip 17 28 AUG 17 to 06 SEP 17 9 USD
Set Trip 18 08 SEP 17 to 18 SEP 17 10 USD
Set Trip 19 20 SEP 17 to 29 SEP 17 9 USD
Set Trip 20 02 OCT 17 to 11 OCT 17 9 USD
Set Trip 21 11 OCT 17 to 20 OCT 17 9 USD
Set Trip 22 23 OCT 17 to 01 NOV 17 9 USD

Booking Notes

All pricing **includes $300 pp return transfers**
March - Early Season
10 days / 9 nights - USD$ 2000 (USD 189 / night)
11 days / 10 nights - USD$ 2170 (USD 187 / night)
April 3rd - 1st November - Main Season
10 days / 9 nights - USD$ 2,200 (USD 211 / night)
11 days / 10 nights - USD$ 2,390 (USD 209 / night)
12 days / 11 nights - USD$ 2,580 (USD 207 / night)

* From August 2016 a government tax of IDR 1,000,000 (approx AUD$ 105) will be charged additionally to all surfers in the Mentawai Islands. Guests can surf up to 15 days with the option to extend. Fees will be due on arrival.

A USD500 deposit per person is required to secure your booking. Initial deposit is non-refundable but transferable or exchanged with a friend to take your place on that specific date (passengers are responsible for finding their own replacements).

Balance of payment is due 60 days prior to departure and is 100% non-refundable.

Payment only by Bank transfer

All transfer charges & bank fees, including correspondent bank fees, are to be incurred by the guests.

Bank details will be emailed upon booking.

Travel Insurance is mandatory for your safety and no guest will be able to depart on any trip unless they have copies of their travel insurance documents before departure. We advise all guests take out insurance upon booking in case of accident or personal problems prior to your trip.

By way of payment guests are agreeing to both Togat Nusa Retreat & Surf Camp Sumatra’s Terms & Conditions.

Both links can be found below;

Togat Nusa Retreat:

Surf Camp Sumatra:
This surf trip is an independent surf operator and is not part of or in partnership with Surf Camp Sumatra. Surf Camp Sumatra acts as an agent only. We sell various travel related products on behalf of numerous transport, accommodation and other service providers, such as land based accommodation and boat charter operators. Surf Camp Sumatra's obligation is to make travel bookings on your behalf and to arrange relevant contracts between you and travel service providers. Surf Camp Sumatra has no responsibility for these services nor do we make or give any warranty of representation regarding their standards. All bookings are made subject to the terms and conditions and limitations of liability imposed by these service providers.

Wave Quality: World Class
Wave Direction: Left
Also Known As: Tellies
Experience: Intermediate
Consistency: Inconsistent
Wave Type: reef
Crowd: 10-30 surfers
Season: April until October

One of the crown jewels of the Mentawais, Telescopes is a world class lefthander that suits a wide range of skill levels and always seems to have something fun to offer. Tellies breaks on a variety of different swells, but it really thrives on is a decent sized west swell. If it’s firing, you can tuck right in after the takeoff and line up a long, straight barrel. Even if you’re really deep, the barrel typically ejects you out onto a part of the reef that gives you multiple opportunities to whack it off the top, until you hit the Monkey’s Corner on the inside, a bend in the reef that hooks back at you providing a great opportunity for a second solid tube. Even when Tellies is small or has a bit more south in it, it’s still an extremely rippable wave. It suits natural foots as well as goofy foots because of the easy entry and clean readable walls. The reef isn’t too sharp and there are certainly areas you can “play it safe”. 

Wave Quality: Very Good
Wave Direction: Left
Also Known As: The Ice
Experience: Intermediate
Consistency: Very
Wave Type: reef
Crowd: 5-20 surfers
Season: Year round

Icelands is a great lefthander that basically has two completely different personas: Small Swell Icelands and Big Swell Icelands. When everywhere else in the area is flat, you can still pull up to Icelands and there will be a head-high, cruisey, rippable wall. But when a big west swell hits, Icelands turns into a monster with barrels big enough to drive the speedboat through. A deep ledge outside the normal take off zone causes the swell to lift in a way it doesn’t do on smaller days, and allows you to get in with a fairly easy drop. The wave then rolls into a horseshoe shaped section where the wave bends onto itself and throws out a big, thick barrel section that spits nearly every time. Icelands is definitely one of the few (and best) true big wave spots in the Mentawais.

Wave Quality: Good
Wave Direction: Right
Also Known As: The Sleeper
Experience: Intermediate
Consistency: Very
Wave Type: reef
Crowd: 5-20 surfers
Season: Year round

If you’re caught inside on a decent sized west swell, you’ll think there’s nothing sleepy about this wave at all. Just down the reef from Icelands, this right hander picks up nearly as much swell and can be a fun option when the wind has a bit more north in it. The wave is actually a series of different right hand sections that can look like firing J-Bay from a distance, but up close reveals breaks in the reef and several different surfable sections. The peak at the top is often the most predictable, and can chuck out fast walls and the odd pit as it shifts along the reef. Just try to pick the right section, because if you pick the wrong wave on the first wave of a set, you could be in for a loooong paddle, as the reef never seems to have a shoulder when you’re trying to make it back out. 

Wave Quality: Good
Wave Direction: Right
Also Known As: Ariks
Experience: Intermediate
Consistency: Average
Wave Type: reef
Crowd: 5-15 surfers
Season: Year round

With a North wind and large South West swell, Ariks can offer an extremely long barrel that barely relents along a shallow reef pass. On less than perfect days, it can be a fun, whackable right, that tapers off easily into the channel. Just a short distance from Ombak Tidur, Ariks prefers a higher tide even under the tamest looking of conditions. Reef booties are a good idea even when it’s soft, because it has some nasty coral that can actually be more problematic the smaller it is. Holds size well and is one of the few local options when the winds blow from the North.

Wave Quality: Very Good
Wave Direction: Left
Also Known As: Scarecrows
Experience: Intermediate
Consistency: Consistent
Wave Type: reef
Crowd: 5-15 surfers
Season: Year round

One of the least hyped up waves, Scarecrows is a super consistent left, located off a beautiful tropical island. Its neighbouring wave Telescopes gets all the plaudits while this superb left often gets overlooked especially when the surf gets bigger. The wave has several easy entry take off spots, so it holds and spreads out a crowd very well. Scarecrow’s certainly has many faces but during the main season it will offer quality waves on a daily basis. Rides of over 200 yards can be had quite consistently with its end section “The Curry Bowl” delivering a tasty inside barrel. As with most breaks in the area, the wave is surfed ideally on a fuller tide. 

Wave Quality: Good
Wave Direction: Left
Also Known As: Ulars
Experience: Intermediate
Consistency: Consistent
Wave Type: reef
Crowd: 5-15 surfers
Season: Year round

When the Indian Ocean’s mechanical swell machine doesn’t deliver much swell, then 7 Palm point is certainly a great option. A fun, walled up, down the line left hander, rides can be up to 200 yards long. Surfers can enjoy memorable sessions especially when it’s around shoulder to head high. Another year round reef break just round the corner from Scarecrows. If you surfed here in the off season, you’d probably surf it alone.

Wave Quality: Good Fun
Wave Direction: Left
Also Known As: The Rat
Experience: All levels
Consistency: Average
Wave Type: reef
Crowd: 0-10 surfers
Season: April until October

Found just a 10 minute stroll around the corner from Aloita Resort, these 2 neighbouring waves are suitable for all levels. Both offer fun little lefthanders with the occasional steeper sections. You can paddle to Fish Face in about 5 minutes from The Rat, and it’s even more suited for beginners. It’s a little less perfect than The Rat, but the wave faces are forgiving and not too steep. This is certainly a great option for learners or those looking for a cruisey, crowd free surf session. Both of these waves also manage a South wind really well.

Wave Quality: Good Fun
Wave Direction: Left
Also Known As: Muka Ikan
Experience: All levels
Consistency: Average
Wave Type: reef
Crowd: 0-10 surfers
Season: April until October

Found just a 10 minute stroll around the corner from Aloita Resort, these 2 neighbouring waves are suitable for all levels. Both offer fun little lefthanders with the occasional steeper sections. You can paddle to Fish Face in about 5 minutes from The Rat, and it’s even more suited for beginners. It’s a little less perfect than The Rat, but the wave faces are forgiving and not too steep. This is certainly a great option for learners or those looking for a cruisey, crowd free surf session. Both of these waves also manage a South wind really well.

Wave Quality: Good
Wave Direction: Left
Also Known As: Suicides
Experience: Advanced
Consistency: Average
Wave Type: reef
Crowd: 0-10 surfers
Season: April until October

The name says it all. A full throttle, heal to the steel, freight train barrel. A fairly fickle spot, Suicides is a fast unforgiving barrel suitable only for experts. Offering perfection from time to time, even then you’ll rarely surf with anyone else. When a solid ground swell is running most surfers will simply cruise past the line-up, opting for the less consequential waves in the vicinity. 

Wave Quality: Good
Wave Direction: Left
Also Known As: Twiggies
Experience: Advanced
Consistency: Average
Wave Type: reef
Crowd: 0-10 surfers
Season: April until October

Another high tide spot, Twiggies is a fun wave to check, especially if Telescopes is looking crowded or a bit funky. Twiggies has two distinct faces – that depend largely on the swell direction. West Swells offer heavier walled up barrels where as a South swell will hug the reef, offering some fast workable walls. Certainly less intense than Suicides, surfers still need to watch the inside section that can catch you out from time to time.

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Item Krui Mentawai Telos Banyaks Simeulue Hinakos
Alcohol available Yes Yes Yes Yes Limited Yes
Beaches OK Great Good Great Good Great
Crowd Good Good Great Great Good Great
Date Flexibility Great OK Poor Poor Great Great
Diving No Yes No No No Yes
Family Friendly OK Great Good OK OK Great
Female Friendly OK Great Great Good OK Great
Fishing OK Good Good Good OK Good
For Couples OK Great Good OK OK Great
Learn to Surf Yes Yes No No No No
Snorkelling OK Great Good Great OK Great
Surf & Yoga Yes Yes No No No Yes
Surf Season April-Nov All Year All Year April-Nov All Year All Year
Surfer Daily Budget $30+ $130+ $225+ $200+ $50+ $160+
Surfing Ability Beginner+ Beginner+ Intermediate+ Intermediate+ Intermediate+ Intermediate+