Best Travel Agency and Tour Operator in Indonesia

Bali

Ultimate Guide To Nusa Island ( LEMBONGAN – CENINGAN – PENIDA ISLAND )

The stunning Nusa Islands of Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan, and Nusa Penida Island are a must-see destination for any traveler visiting Bali, Indonesia. Just a hop and skip away from mainland Bali, to Nusa Islands offer a refreshing.

Amazingly beautiful beaches, great surf, luxurious villas, and good food and it’s easy to see why many more tourists are choosing Nusa Ceningan, Nusa Penida or Nusa Lembongan as their next destination. This ultimate Nusa Islands travel guide takes you through all the best places to stay and visit on the islands, as well as how to get there and how to get around.

AWESOME THINGS TO DO ON NUSA LEMBONGAN

1. Devil’s Tears
As one of the most noteworthy spots in the island, Devil’s Tears Nusa Lembongan. Name itself originates from mesmerizing display force as these enormous waves are continuously sent smashing against the rocky cove creating sudden massive ocean spray explosions, resulting in a large widespread mist aka “Devil’s Tears”, falling back into the sea.

2. Dream Beach
Dream Beach most popular stretch of sand on the island of Nusa Lembongan. Small bay is enclosed cliffs on either side and the crystal clear water exposes a nice reef below the surface.

3. Yellow Bridge
Yellow Bridge connects Nusa Lembongan with Nusa Ceningan.

4. Blue Lagoon ( Nusa Ceningan Island )
Now if you are looking for some exciting cliff jumping in Bali then Blue Lagoon is just the perfect place for you. The precious crystal blue waters of Nusa Ceningan’s Blue Lagoon are the photo consummate perfect of island heaven.

BALI TO NUSA LEMBONGAN DAY TRIP INCLUDING NUSA CENINGAN ISLAND

Nusa Lembongan island is just a short, 25-minute speedboat away from the town of Sanur. Once you arrive Nusa Lembongan island you’ll be dropped off at the main center of town. We recommend renting a scooter get around the island. The Starting price for a scooter is usually 75,000 per day.

You can Book click Here: Contact Us

AWESOME THINGS TO DO ON NUSA PENIDA

East South Nusa Penida Island

Atuh Beach

Atuh Beach a stunning white sand beach surrounded the huge cliffs and remarkable rock formations. An arch sits directly out from the shore while several islets string off distance.

Diamond Beach


You would look down from the cliffs the beautiful beach below. That was until a set of stairs were carved into the side of a cliff in quite an unbelievable fashion. Diamond Beach on Nusa Penida island is now open the public. A stairway takes a few minutes to reach the bottom but provides amazing views throughout the climb up and down.

Suwehan Beach

Suwehan Beach is an even less visited destination, half an hour north of Atuh Beach. You can either reach it in about a half hour from Atuh Beach, or along a very steep road from further south which winds down the cliffs and is rather unsuitable for cars.
From the parking area, you just follow a concrete path and stairs until you get to the beach, which should take no more than 10 minutes on the way down. It’s not far, but very exhausting on the way back up thanks to the stairs with huge steps.

Thousand Island

Firstly, you might be wondering what Pulau Seribu means Thousand Island. This location sometimes referred to as Pulau Seribu and sometimes as the Thousand Island Viewpoint so I thought I would reference both.

Nusa Penida Tree House

The Tree House (Rumah Pohon) on Nusa Penida has become something of a craze. It is perched up the mountain at Thousand Island (Pulau Seribu) viewpoint near Atuh Beach.

Teletubbies Hill

Teletubbies Hill is a great spot to understand just how diverse the landscapes are on Nusa Penida.

Peguyangan Waterfall

A step cliff side trail comprised of blue steel stairs lead you down the bottom of the cliffs and the waterfall.

West South Nusa Penida Island

Angel Billabong

Angel’s Billabong is one of the magical spots. A crystal clear tide pool cascades into the ocean east of Nusa Penida. Out in that ocean, Manta Rays cruise the coast at leisure.

Broken Beach

Broken Beach incredible little cove Nusa Penida island. The highlight of the cove and the reason it is called Broken Beach is due to the archway that wraps around the bay allowing water to flow in and out from the ocean

Nusa Penida Island

The Secret Point of Kelingking Beach

Here is a great little tip enjoying Kelingking Secret Point Beach from a unique angle.

Nusa Penida Island

Tembeling Beach (Natural Pool & Forest)

A number of traditional statues and fountains decorate this spot and are used for water ritual. You can cliff jump from a couple of ledges at this first pool but check the depth and debris first as things can change over time. Head down a bit further and you will reach the second pool. This one is a bit more of a jacuzzi and I actually liked it better. From here you can also keep an eye on the beach. If you continue the trail down you will reach Tembeling Beach. Big cliffs on either side dwarf the small patch of sand.

You can Book Click Here: Contact Us

4 Days visit Nusa Island ( Lembongan – Ceningan – Penida Island )

Sanur to East Penida Island ( Atuh Beach, Diamond Beach, Thousand Island & Tree House, Peguyangan Waterfall )

Once you arrive in Sanur, make your way down to the dock. Ask any local for boats to Lembongan or Penida and they’ll know how to direct you. But we and my family start the first trip to Penida island. From Sanur port, we can take a speedboat to Nusa Penida Island at 08.30am. 50 Minute’s speedboat away from the town of Sanur. Once you arrive on Nusa Penida island you’ll be dropped off at the main center of town. We Explore East Penida by Car then Direct visit Atuh Beach a stunning white sand beach surrounded the huge cliffs and remarkable rock formations. An arch sits directly out from the shore while several islets string off distance. Diamond Beach You would look down from the cliffs the beautiful beach below. That was until a set of stairs were carved into the side of a cliff in quite an unbelievable fashion. Diamond Beach on Nusa Penida island is now open the public. A stairway takes a few minutes to reach the bottom but provides amazing views throughout the climb up and down. Thousand Island and Tree House Molenteng, in the afternoon to Peguyangan Waterfall A steep cliff side trail comprised of blue steel stairs lead you down the bottom of the cliffs and the waterfall ( Not Recommended for Children ). My Family stay at Local Homestay Adi Bungalow IDR 400.000
Time: 08.00 am
Price: IDR 150.000
Boat Leaves From Sanur Port: Dwi Manunggal Fastboat
Drops Off: Toya Pakeh Harbour, Nusa Penida
Leaves Penida From The same beach at Toya Pakeh Harbour.

Second Day trip Discover West Nusa Penida Island ( Kelingking Beach, Angel Billabong, Broken Beach and Tembeling Beach Natural Pool and Forest )

Start from Kelingking Beach Here is a great little tip enjoying Kelingking Secret Point Beach from a unique angle. Angel’s Billabong is one of the magical spots. A crystal clear tide pool cascades into the ocean east of Nusa Penida. Out in that ocean, Manta Rays cruise the coast at leisure. Broken Beach incredible little cove Nusa Penida island. The highlight of the cove and the reason it is called Broken Beach is due to the archway that wraps around the bay allowing water to flow in and out from the ocean. Last trip visit to TEMBELING BEACH ( NATURAL POOL AND FOREST ) A number of traditional statues and fountains decorate this spot and are used for water ritual. You can cliff jump from a couple of ledges at this first pool but check the depth and debris first as things can change over time. Head down a bit further and you will reach the second pool. This one is a bit more of a jacuzzi and I actually liked it better. From here you can also keep an eye on the beach. If you continue the trail down you will reach Tembeling Beach. Big cliffs on either side dwarf the small patch of sand.
Late afternoon back to the hotel and enjoy with family in the Virgin Café.

Third Day trip from Nusa Penida Island to Lembongan Island ( Devil’s Tears & Dream Beach )

After breakfast, we leave to Toya Pakeh harbor Nusa Penida Island One of the best ways to get from Nusa Penida to Nusa Lembongan Island is actually via Nusa Lembongan. Let’s start a quick summary of how to get to Nusa Penida from Nusa Lembongan. It’s super easy and an experience we loved.
Time: 10 Minutes once on the boat
Price: 60.000 IDR per person each direction. (one person is 120.000 IDR Return)
Boat Leaves Penida: All boat has about 8 people or more.
Leaves From: Toya Pakeh Harbour
Drops Off: Yellow Bridge, Lembongan Side
Leaves Penida From The same beach at Toya Pakeh Harbour.

Once you arrive in Yellow Bridge Nusa Lembongan we and Family Explore Nusa Lembongan Island by scooter ( Rent IDR 75.000 ) direct visit to Dream Beach most popular stretch of sand on the island of Nusa Lembongan. The small bay is enclosed cliffs on either side and the crystal clear water exposes a nice reef below the surface and Devil’s Tears As one of the most noteworthy spots in the island, Devil’s Tears Nusa Lembongan. Name itself originates from mesmerizing force these enormous waves are continuously sent smashing against the rocky cove creating sudden massive ocean spray explosions, resulting in a large widespread mist aka “Devil’s Tears”, falling back into the sea.
Recommended Stay: Le Pirate Nusa Ceningan Island and Dream Beach Hut

Fourth Day Trip Explore to Nusa Ceningan Island and Back to Bali Island ( Sanur )

in the morning explore to Nusa Ceningan Island visit Blue Lagoon if you are looking for some exciting cliff jumping in Bali then Blue Lagoon is just the perfect place for you. The precious crystal blue waters of Nusa Ceningan’s Blue Lagoon are the photo consummate perfect of island heaven. Back to Lembongan island to Bali by fast boat Rockyfastboat at 13.00pm

You can Book or Any question about Tour Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida Island and Nusa Ceningan click Here:
Contact Us

Email: javaindoecotourism@gmail.com

Share This;
Facebooktwitterpinterestlinkedinrssyoutubeinstagram

Most Popular

To Top