Exploring East Nusa Penida Whole Day Trip Package

Highlight Explore the scenic East side of the gorgeous Nusa Penida island! Atuh Beach Diamond Beach Rumah Pohon Tree House Molenteng Raja Lima Cliff Top View Go for a stroll along Atuh and Diamond Beach and enjoy the pristine waters as you take a dip visit incredible scenic spots like the Rumah Pohon Tree. See the gorgeous Raja Lima island from the cliff op viewpoint. What You Can Expect If you’re visiting the island of Bali, then you might wantRead more

Discover The Magic of West Nusa Penida Full Day Package

Highlight Explore the scenic west side of the gorgeous Nusa Penida island! Angel Billabong Broken Beach Kelingking Beach Crystal Bay What You Can Expect Go to the West Side of the Nusa Penida island and revel in the joys of its tranquil atmosphere and picturesque landscape. Drop by magnificent photo stops worth posting on your Instagram, such as Angela Billabong, Broken Beach, Kelingking Beach, and the Crystal Bay. This is definitely a must for any beach-goer visiting Bali. Go forRead more

Broken Beach at Nusa Penida, A Unique Phenomenon

On the western side of the island lies a stunning sea arch and natural infinity pool so glorious you will think you are dreaming. The former, known as Broken Beach, lies over the most gloriously clear waters imaginable – so clear in fact that you can stand 100ft above and see the manta rays swimmingly gracefully beneath the water’s surface. The journey there is an adventure in itself. You can opt to take a car or scooter – the formerRead more

Angel’s Billabong, an incredible nature phenomenon

Angel’s Billabong in Penida Island is an incredible nature phenomenon where the clear turquoise sea water lies between brownish coral reefs creating a marvelous natural infinity pool. A Truly Beautiful Place. We love this beautiful image made by Carl-Eric Blanchet @carlblanchet. You may see his Instagram and get inspired! For more complete information about exploring Angel’s Billabong at Nusa Penida, please visit this linkRead more

Angel’s Billabong at Nusa Penida Island

About Angel’s Billabong. Angel’s Billabong in Penida Island is an incredible nature phenomenon where the clear turquoise sea water lies between brownish coral reefs creating a marvelous natural infinity pool.  A Truly Beautiful Place Angel’s Billabong On Google Map “How long do I have to float in this lagoon before I become a mermaid💦 anyone know?😁”  Tia Lacson @tialacson “Private pool? Yes Please…” @tinorenatoRead more

Broken Beach at Nusa Penida Island

On the western side of the island lies a stunning sea arch and natural infinity pool so glorious you will think you are dreaming. The former, known as Broken Beach, lies over the most gloriously clear waters imaginable – so clear in fact that you can stand 100ft above and see the manta rays swimmingly gracefully beneath the water’s surface. Beside Broken Beach lies Angel’s Billabong – a natural infinity pool set between large rocks, just above the ocean. FilledRead more

Tree House at Nusa Penida

Rumah Pohon is a unique destination which is located in Nusa Penida which offers lodgings that have the concept of a la era dodol and a 10 -minute walk from the traditional port ( Buyuk ). Lodging is designed is on the trees that had a bed in the trees and bathing places were taken the trees , the bed has a capacity for 2 people and each tree house has a bathroom downstairs. The tree house has ocean viewsRead more

Crystal Bay Nusa Penida

Cristal Bay is located on the west of the island, it is one of the few places that is actually signposted. Once there, you can avail of snorkel rental and there are some refreshments served at small stands beside the beach. If you are heading to the other two bays be sure to wear proper shoes and bring plenty of water and snacks as it takes about an hour and half to reach the further of the two bays.  Read more

Guyangan Natural Spring in Nusa Penida Island

Guyangan natural spring on the island of Nusa Penida is not your ordinary vertical torrent in a jungle. Instead the waterfall consists of short, cascading streams that bubble down a steep ravine forming natural pools and then continue into the sea. The way down to Guyangan is a steep descend down over 400 steps but it is worth the effort to be able to enjoy the fantastic sea view while bathing in the small natural pools. This magical place isRead more