17 June 2018 824x Nusa Penida
Nusa Penida is the biggest of the three Nusa Islands just off from mainland Bali. Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan make up the trio of islands, each with uniquely breath-taking landscapes. There are so many awesome things to do on Nusa Penida.
How to get to Nusa Penida
To reach Nusa Penida you have to cross the ocean with a boat as it is located 12 km from the main island of Bali. Unfortunately, you can’t go there by plane because there is no commercial airport in the island.
Here are the Option:
- By catching a ferry from Padang Bai
- By either fast or traditional boat from Kusamba Village
- By speedboats from Sanur Beach
- By fancy Quicksilver Cruise from Tanjung Benoa
To make it easier you can just book tour package to Nusa Penida. For just $75 the top rated Nusa Penida package Include hotel with breakfast, motorbike while in Nusa Penida, Ticket Fast Boat return, Pick up and drop off to Sanur, Breakfast box when you get sanur so you can enjoy your breakfast while you wait your departure time. it will get discount if you bring more people. So what you waiting for? More Information let us know!
10 Things To Do On Nusa Penida Island
1. Atuh Beach
Atuh Beach is a amazing beach with the beautiful scenic like haven on earth. Atuh Beach is located in Nusa Penida, Klungkung regency the beach has one of the most striking views you can ever imagine. Here you will find the shimmering turquoise waters juxtaposed against craggy mountain peaks, and stretches of white sands laid out perfectly in the curved beach.
Atuh Beach is abundant with rock shelters and is overlooked by a cliff. But the stunning coral reefs are what bring Atuh to life, especially during low tide when at their full glory.
Lay back and watch the day go by at one of the most gorgeous beaches in Bali, and make sure to take the prettiest pictures while you are at it.
2. Peguyangan Waterfall
This waterfall will take your breath away and so will the journey there… Literally. If you don’t like stairs or you are incapacitated in some way then this might not be the best adventure for you. There is a lot of walking and the terrain is quite challenging, including a 200 meter cliff of very steep stairs to scale. You will need to hire amotorbike to get around on Nusa Penida or maybe even a motorbike with a driver as the signage is quite primitive and difficult to understand if you aren’t a local.
Of course the trip there is absolutely worth it when you see this spectacular thing nature has produced. Located on the south west coast, the waterfall is not one you can swim beneath like you may have assumed, but there is anatural spring nearby if you do fancy a dip. Instead, when you finally get to see the waterfall there is a stretch of fence in the viewing area that you can lean over, the security guards will stop any untoward behaviour.
3. Seganing Falls
In Nusa Penida not only famous with beautiful beaches, it also has beautiful waterfall. It is Seganing Waterfall, Nusa Penida. The location of Seganing Waterfall is on the seaside. Even though, the waterfall is not too popular among the tourist but the beautiful view of this waterfall will make you amazed. Seganing Waterfall also called Sebuluh Waterfall by the local people. The interesting things in this place are natural view with beautiful water flow that falls directly into the sea with natural decorative rocks brownish yellow.
Another interesting thing in this waterfall is the trip to go down to reach the waterfall, it is really challenging but after we arrive in waterfall, we’ll enjoy the sea with beautiful waterfall. While we are enjoying the waterfall, we can get soak in clean water flows as long as we want. In the past, Seganing waterfall became the main water spring but currently, this waterfall only used as fishing area and place to take water for religious ceremonies.
4. Kelingking T-rex
5. Crystal Bay Beach Nusa Penida
Although Bali is one of the world’s most underrated destinations for divers, it has some exceptionally beautiful diving sites. Crystal Bay Nusa Penida is an attractive site in this respect. Bali has a surprisingly rich underwater life, which is mainly due to the fact that it is located between two great oceans, the Indian ocean and the Pacific.
As a result of this ideal position, an enormous flow of water passes between Bali and Nusa Penida depositing plankton larvae that attract a high diversity of fish.
Manta rays are thе lаrgеѕt rays, сlоѕеlу rеlаtеd to ѕhаrkѕ, and mоѕtlу fоund in tropical аnd ѕubtrорiсаl waters. Thеѕе аnimаlѕ аrе fundamentally channel fееdеrѕ аnd eat vеrу lаrgе ԛuаntitу of zоорlаnktоn. Rather оf рiсking thеir prey one by one, a mаntа ray just hаѕ to ореn itѕ mоuth while it swims. It mоvеѕ thrоugh water by uѕing itѕ wing-like finѕ. Fоr human, thiѕ аnimаl iѕ super friеndlу, аnd there iѕ a major possibility of ѕееing it in thе nаturаl hаbitаt bесаuѕе it livеѕ bоth in ореn oceans and сlоѕе to shore. Mаntаѕ аrе entirely ensured creatures in Indоnеѕiа and Bаli, аnd snorkelers have rеаl great сhаnсе оf experiencing thе аnimаlѕ in thе wаtеrѕ of Manta Bay, Nusa Pеnidа, Bаli.
7. Angel’s Billabong
Angel’s Billabong is a spectacular rock formation on Nusa Penida island’s southwestern cliff edges. It’s nearby Pasih Uug (Broken Beach), another popular site with unique limestone formations. The naturally formed rock lagoon offers a scenic seascape. You can descend into its crystal-clear rock pools for a swim or a soak, but only during low tide. The rock pools are one of the must-sees for visitors to Nusa Penida. The island itself is famous for its beautiful cliffs and pristine coastlines. Both Angel’s Billabong and Broken Beach are very popular sites here. However, you’ll most likely have this amazing natural infinity pool all to yourself on your visit.
8. Toya Pakeh
Clear water, plenty of corals and a stunning sea life during a smooth drift dive at Toyapakeh. Good place to meet Mola Molas!Nusa Penida is the place you shouldn’t miss if you are interested in scuba diving. And a very special spot is indeed Toyapakeh. Clear water, an exposed bay and plenty of different and healthy corals. If you are lucky it may offer you the chance to see marble rays and giant trevallies.
During the months between July and Sep. when the water becomes cooler, Mola Mola can be spotted around Toyapakeh and around Nusa PenBig gorgonians, soft coral bushes. Jacks, barracuda, flounder, sweet lips, nudibranch, coral snake, puffer fish, shells, octopus, moray eels, turtles, butterfly fish, bat fish, Mola Mola, reef sharks, lion fish.
9. Broken Beach
You can combine your trip to Broken Beach to see more unique coastal features, such as the beautiful Angel’s Billabong. There are local vendors selling drinks and light refreshments. Some sell beer, so you can sit back on a cliff edge with a cold one to take in the view.
10. Thousand Island (Pulau Seribu) Viewpoint
Thousand Island Viewpoint is definitely one of the most spectacular spots to take in the ocean breeze and spend a moment appreciating exactly where you are. you can spend a good hour just relaxing on the cliff overlooking the islands and chilling out at Thousand Island Nusa Penida
You have 15 minute walking through path from the parking area, then going down a steep hill. Unpretentious stairs made of soil and limestone are provided by the local people for facilitating visitors to reach Thousand IslandIt’s a bit challenging to walk down the unpretentious stairs. Along the track is provided a rope as the grip to control yourselves during the way you walk down the stairs. You will see small islands lining in the middle of the sea complete with the view of cliffs and hills. On the edge of the hill is a wooden barrier for the safety of visitors. A place for resting is built at the end of the hill which looks like a small wantilan complete with Padmasana. Wantilan in Balinese is a building for people to assemble in one area while Padmasana is a shrine to do worship. According to visitors who have visited Thousand Island, the view of this place is similar to the view of Raja Ampat in Papua. There is also a sturdy and safe tiny tree house at Thousand Island.
Things to know before you go
Nusa Penida Island is quite large compared to Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembongan. Therefore you may want to consider spending 2-3 nights on the island if you would like to see all of the points of interest without having to rush.
The roads in some parts are fantastic but to get to many of the waterfalls and beaches the roads were pretty crazy. If you aren’t confident on a moped this could be some terrain too heavy to handle.
Coming soon detail guides for all of the adventurous things to do on Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan, and the Nusa Islands as an overall guide.
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