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Nusa Penida

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Discover Nusa Penida's secrets. Beyond the IG-beaches, find hidden sunset spots, seaweed farms, and a warm community.

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Thank you to our Nusa Pedina guide Ran for the amazing trip and being so helpful! It was a jam-packed schedule starting at 6.30am to take the first ferry out but we managed to explore the popular spots without the immense crowds. The seaweed farm was such an interesting experience, we had lots of fun helping and learning more about their work. Also, he took us to a secret beach spot after a motorbike ride, which became one of our favourite parts and we wished we could spend more time there. Overall, highly recommend this tour and Ran to see the amazing sights without many crowds :)
HappyCustomer
We had a wonderful time snorkeling with manta rays, turtles, dolphins and fish. Then saw the iconic beaches in Nusa penida. The staff were great!
Karen
We were picked up from our hotel at 6am by Justin who was very friendly and helpful. After a beautiful boat ride to Nusa Penida we met our guide Ran who was excellent, giving us lots of information about the island and each place we stopped at. He answered all our questions and took lots of pictures and videos for us! The seaweed plantation was an awesome and unique experience, being able to get hands on and see how the process was done was great fun. We then went to Atuha and Diamond beach, both are only accessible by a long staircase which was very doable. We went half way down to diamond beach for photos and then took some time to chill at the beautiful and relaxing Atuha beach. Lastly we went to a Temple, we didn’t really know what to expect but it turned out to be a big highlight of our trip. As we went up a few steps and into a small prayer area, we were then brought to a hole in the corner which we crawled through. This brought us to a massive cave filled with incense and lit up by small lights giving the place a very magical feel, it was incredible! We were then dropped off at our booked accommodation where we watched the sunset over the sea perfect end to a great day! Our second day was equally as magical. We requested to visit Kelingking beach in the early morning at 6am, rather than the afternoon, as we hoped it would be less busy. We were right! We practically had the place to ourselves and the morning light was beautiful. The climb down to the beach is pretty treacherous in some areas but totally worth it! After Kelingking beach, we went to Broken beach and Angel Billabong (they’re in the same area) which were very busy at 10:30am. The look out spots were very beautiful and great photo opportunities but expect queues to take your picture. We were also able to see Manta Rays at Broken beach which was very cool. We ended the day with a fabulous snorkel trip. Ran made sure the whole process at the snorkel place was smooth and easy for us after we had changed the time and even stayed while we snorkled to look after our bags, a very kind gesture. The snorkling was fantastic! We saw Manat Rays at Manta Bay which was incredible and loads of exotic fish and coral. An excellent way to end our trip in Nusa Penida. Ran then helped us get to the harbour in order to catch our boat back to Bali so everything was nice and straight forward. Overall, it was a great tour around a beautiful island hosted by a lovely guide, we would highly recommend. Thank you for a great trip!
Jasper Davy

Helpful Questions

How do I get to Nusa Penida?
You will need to take a fast boat which takes about 30 minutes and has several departure times daily. There are multiple fast boat companies that operate on a daily basis. Most of the companies that provide day trips to Nusa Penida, also include the transfer.
How many days should I spend on Nusa Penida?
It is highly recommended to spend at least 2 days on Nusa Penida so that you can see most of the sights and not have to rush. Spending the night will also allow you to see some of the most popular spots with out the crowds. However if you only have one day to spare, there are plenty of one day trips that will pack a full day itinerary with sight seeing and even snorkelling.
What are some popular things to do in Nusa Penida?
Some popular things to do in Nusa Penida include visiting Kelingking Beach and its iconic viewpoint, exploring the crystal-clear water of Angel's Billabong, snorkeling or diving at Crystal Bay, taking a dip in the natural infinity pool of Broken Beach, and hiking to the stunning T-Rex shaped cliff called Atuh Beach.
Are there any thrilling water activities available in Nusa Penida?
Yes, there are thrilling water activities available in Nusa Penida. You can go snorkeling or scuba diving to explore the vibrant coral reefs and marine life. Additionally, you can try cliff jumping at several locations, such as Peguyangan Waterfall and Manta Point, where you can jump into the ocean from towering cliffs.
What are some must-visit spots for photography enthusiasts in Nusa Penida?
Nusa Penida offers numerous breathtaking spots for photography enthusiasts. Capturing the stunning views of Kelingking Beach from the famous T-Rex viewpoint is a must. The picturesque sights of Diamond Beach, the natural rock arch of Atuh Beach, and the panoramic landscapes from Bukit Teletubbies are also highly recommended for photography lovers.
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