Nusa Penida Fast Boat Transfer
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What you should know
All of our partner boats depart from Sanur Ferry Terminal. To get there, take a Grab or taxi from the city centre or hotel (times vary depending on the hotel, but allow yourself at least half an hour before departure). It is about half an hour from the airport to the Sanur Ferry Terminal. Some of our partners provide transportation from Bali hotels located in Sanur/Ubud/Seminyak/Denpasar/Nusa Dua/Canggu to Sanur Terminal.
You don't need to go to Nusa Penida with a guide - you can just as well get your own ferry transfer across (check out the fast boat transfer at Seek Sophie), and get a scooter on the other side. However, if you're strapped for time and want to visit more places, having a driver and a car waiting for you on the other side is definitely the best way to see Nusa Penida quickly!
The boat transfers are available year-round. In the case of very bad weather, the transfer may be cancelled, but this is unlikely. (High season April to January; Low season February - March)
We offer both one way and return tickets. Also, some of our partners offer free transportation from most Bali hotels to Sanur Ferry Terminal.
The main points of interest of Nusa Penida are as follows:
Kelingking Beach: That's the one that looks like t-rex! This is THE spot to take photos of the green 'dinosaur head' swallowing blue waves. You can walk down the "spine" of the dinosaur to get to the beach. But do be careful as the path is not in great condition.
Crystal Bay: The bay has some of the clearest waters and the healthiest corals and fish life around. This makes it the perfect spot for snorkelling.
Broken Beach: Another marvel of nature, this pool of water is surrounded by limestone cliffs, except for one lifted wall where freshwater enters.
Angel Billabong: This is a natural infinity pool! These very impressive clear waters rival that of any pool.
Wall Beach/Wall Point: Another clear water beach that is great for snorkelling with fishes and coral life.
Gamat Bay: A more wild and secluded version of Crystal Bay; it takes a bit of time to walk down an overgrown path to get to the beach, but it's totally worth it. Great for snorkelling as well!
Manta Point: This the place to see the majestic manta rays!