Bali Visa – Nusa Penida is an island (nusa) part of the Republic of Indonesia which is located southeast of Bali which is separated by the Badung Strait.
Near this island there are also other small islands, namely Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembongan.
If you go to Bali, take the time to visit this little piece of paradise in Bali. You will find many interesting places to spend your holiday.
Talking about interesting places in Nusa Penida, we recommend some of the best places on the island of Nusa Penida for you to visit, check it out guys ;
1. Pasih Uwug (Broken Beach)
Pasih Uwug or also known as Broken Beach has a beautiful view of a hollow cliff.
This hole at first only looked like an ordinary cave. However, over time erosion occurred, now what remains is a beautiful view on a cliff that is hollow due to seawater erosion.
Want to swim under the reef, not recommended. Not only because of the sharp rocks that threaten, but also the waves are quite dangerous.
If you are lucky, you might be able to see stingrays swimming in these coastal waters.
2. Crystal Bay
Crystal Bay Beach is the most stunning beach there. You will not be able to forget the stretch of white sand, the surrounding cliffs, to the crystal clear water.
If you want to enjoy the underwater world of Nusa Penida, Crystal Bay is one of the recommended spots for diving lovers.
The clear water, calm waves and beautiful coral reefs are the main reasons why you should stop by at this place.
A variety of marine flora and fauna will also give its own color to your diving or snorkeling experience.
If you are lucky, you can find stingrays or sharks swimming in these waters while snorkeling or playing in the water.
3. Teletubbies Hill
Located in the Tanglad area, this “cute” hilly contour is better known as Teletubbies Hill. The reason is because it looks like the area where Tinky Winky, Dipsy, Lala and Pooh play.
So tourist spots in Nusa Penida are not just beaches, corals and the sea. There are also hills that are cool because of the unusual landscape like this Teletubbies hill.
4. Balinese version of Raja Ampat – Raja Lima, Bukit Atuh
The view of Atuh Hill is almost the same as the view of Raja Ampat in Papua. However, Bukit Atuh in Bali is also known as Raja Lima, perhaps because there are five coral islands in a row.
Another interesting thing is that here there is a miracle here, namely watching the springs on the seafront that do not taste salty and never dry.
5. Trekking in Tembeling Forest
At the southwest end of Nusa Penida is the Tembeling Forest, in this forest there is a beautiful spring in the middle.
In this forest you can also find various kinds of flora and fauna. Likewise, the views of the canyons and waterfalls are beautiful.
Then right in the middle of the Tembeling Forest, you will find a spring with an area of about 10 x 8 square meters with clear green water.
This spring is one of the main attractions of trekking in the Tembeling Forest. Prepare yourself physically if you want to enjoy the Tembeling forest valley.
To make it easier for you to get to Nusa Penida, there are 2 transportations that you can use to get to Nusa Penida;
- Water transportation
On the island of Bali, there are many fast boats to Nusa Penida. Fast boats are available at almost every port in Bali such as Serangan Harbor, Sanur Harbor and Padangbai Harbor from 7 am to 5 pm in the evening and vice versa.
In addition to fast boats, traditional boats with relatively cheap prices are also available here. Departs daily at 6 am near the suspension bridge between Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan.
These boats are widely used by locals and tourists alike and are often very crowded.
- Land transportation
Nusa Penida also provides land transportation for the economic mobility of residents and tourists.
Such as motorbike rentals and car rentals, you can easily find them at every port dock in Nusa Penida.
Hopefully it can be your reference material when you want to visit Nusa Penida, guys..