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Nusa Penida: Bali's Best-Kept Secret

    

Known for its incredible high coastal cliffs, lush green jungles, deserted beaches and a pure culture, Nusa Penida is completely untouched and unspoiled by Bali tourism. Nusa Penida is also called the best-kept secret of Bali. Being way larger than Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida is the biggest of the three Nusa Islands just from the main island Bali. Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan make up to the trio of the islands, each with uniquely breathtaking landscapes. From hiking to sunbathing on the beaches, you can do it all at Nusa Penida. If you are someone who is looking to explore Bali, missing out on Nusa Penida is not an option.

Places To Visit In Nusa Penida

KelingKing T-rex

Nusa Penida: Bali's Best-Kept Secret-1 Being Instagram famed coastal cliff, Kelingking T-rex is a delight to the eyes. It is as beautiful as it looks in the picture all over the internet. One look at it, you won't be able to get over the view. What could be better than watching the crystal clear water eventually shaping into a wave before reaching the beach? Nothing, right!

Goa Giri Putri Cave

Nusa Penida: Bali's Best-Kept Secret-2 Goa Giri Putri is the biggest cave in the Nusa Penida Island, with a passageway so restricted you should stoop to get past. When you are inside, you will be flabbergasted by the murkiness and the volume of the cave. The end of the cave leads to large opening and close to the exit there is a place of worship, while the water inside is utilized as sacred water for ceremonial purposes.

Atuh Beach

Nusa Penida: Bali's Best-Kept Secret-3 The peaceful Atuh Beach draws in scores of visitors on account of its white sandy shorelines and clear blue waters. One can enjoy the calmness of the sea while sunbathing, dive, snorkel, or unravel the sacred temples. It is also featured as the ideal spot for angling, with a lot of catchable fish swimming in shallow waters near the shore.

Peguyangan Waterfall

Nusa Penida: Bali's Best-Kept Secret-4 Located on the South East cliffs, there is a pathway popularly know as the "Blue Stairway to Heaven" which leads you to cascade freshwater Peguyangan Waterfall and a temple. Once you reach the bottom, do take a dip and enjoy watching the waves. The waves can be massive here, so be careful.

Angel's Billabong

Nusa Penida: Bali's Best-Kept Secret-5 Located at a mere distance from Pasih Uug, Agnel's Billabong is a spectacular rock formation which is God made infinity pool. This naturally formed lagoon offers a scenic view of the ocean. One can swim or soak in the sunlight but only during low tide.

Seganing Falls

Nusa Penida: Bali's Best-Kept Secret-6 If you are an adventure junkie, Seganing Falls will treat you right with its hike through the exemplary landscape and surely itself. You might encounter local people at the passageway gathering little extra charges or stopping expenses. Try not to be frightened in the event that somebody approaches you asking for cash. It's a little sum and is justified to see these terrific sights!

Puncak Mundi Temple

Nusa Penida: Bali's Best-Kept Secret-7 Located at the pinnacle of Mundi Hill, Puncak Mundi temple is the highest point on the island at an elevation of 529 meters above sea level. One can reach this place in an hour from Nusa Penida Harbor. The calmness all around makes this temple is a great spot for both spiritual journey and meditation.

Broken Beach

Nusa Penida: Bali's Best-Kept Secret-8 Located on the southwestern edge of Nusa Penida, Broken Beach is a picturesque seaside formation set apart by an uneven curve like shape formation, which is the recognizable point of interest of the region. Despite its name, it's not actually a beach. It's a natural bridge that makes for an unreal setting. Moreover, the picture says it all!!

Crystal Bay

Nusa Penida: Bali's Best-Kept Secret-9 Situated on the west of Nusa Penida, is a reasonable place to appreciate the delightful views of the bay and rough island. There you can swim, sunbathe and snorkel from the shore. Crystal Bay is exceptionally well known for Mola - mola (sunfish), so don't be astounded on the off chance that you see a great deal of jump dive boats moored here.

How To Reach Nusa Pendia?

If you want to go to Nusa Penida Island from Bali, the easiest and cheapest way, if you go from the capital, Denpasar is by getting to the Sanur beach and using some traditional public boat called 'Jukung'. Jukung will cost you maximum around IDR. 40.000 and it will take around 90 minutes to reach Nusa Penida.

There's another option you can take if you go from Sanur to Nusa Penida. You can also take some speedboat which is a lot more expensive than Jukung (could be IDR 50.000 more expensive) but also a lot faster (50 minutes).

If you want to travel by your own car/ motorbike to Nusa Penida (please noticed its only for Nusa Penida, not Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan) you can go Padang bay (on the east part of Bali,an hour drive from Denpasar) to take a ferry boat (Kapal Ro-Ro and Kapal Re-Re). This boat will take you crossing the Badung Strait, and the trip will take around one hour to get to the Toya Pakeh Harbor in Nusa Penida Island. Beside from Padang Bay and Sanur, you can also take some Jukung from Kusamba (cost you around Rp. 25.000).

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