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Nusa Penida Tour & Trip
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Nusa Penida Bali

is a small tropical island, situated 12 km to the South-East of Bali, the neighbor of Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan island. Those all-tree islands are parts of the Klungkung regency in Bali.

Nusa Penida is a unique blend of stunning scenery and a stunning backdrop for photos at Broken Beach and Angel Billabong, Tembeling, Guyangan Waterfall, or Seganing Waterfall.

The center of the island is hilly, with a famous landmark called Teletubbies Hill. Nusa Penida also offers a variety of beautiful beaches, from easily accessible Crystal Bay to the more challenging Kelingking Beach, Atuh and Diamond Beach, Gamat Bay, and Suwehan Beach. Goa Giri Putri Temple and Ped Temple are sacred places for Hindus.

Nusa Penida Island - Broken Beach
Nusa Penida Island – Broken Beach

How to get there?
The best and cheapest way to get to Nusa Penida is by sea. From Bali Island, there are several ports or routes that you can choose. The trip to Nusa Penida will only take 40 minutes from Sanur and 20 minutes from Kusamba. The services from Nusa Penida to Sanur start from 7 am and the last departure is at 4:30 pm.
From Tanjung Benoa, you can take a day cruise using the Quicksilver boat. From the port on Kusamba beach, Klungkung, tourists can take a sampan boat which usually takes 1 hour to arrive and dock at Toya Pakeh port. If you bring a private car or motorcycle, you can depart from Padang Bai port and use a large ferry (Roro Nusa Jaya Abadi ship). The journey takes about 1 hour and anchors at the main port of Penida.
While there are also public or private boat connections to go from Nusa Lembongan to Nusa Penida.

What’s around Nusa Penida?
The island is so big that you can’t fully get around by walking. Renting a motorbike at a local rental or by car with your tour group is the best option. For those who like adventure, scooters or motorbikes are the best way to explore the island on your terms. You can check out any place you want and stop to enjoy viewpoints or take photos.
For some natural beauty, visit Atuh Beach, a secluded beach on the southeast coast of Nusa Penida, bordered by majestic green hills and peninsula formations. Another popular beach is Pasih Uug, also known as Nusa Penida’s ‘broken beach’, which was once a large cave that collapsed to reveal the crashing blue waves of the Indian Ocean below.

Note: Nusa Penida with all its beach points is extraordinarily beautiful and will not exist on other islands. You can look up the news on the internet just in case.