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East & West Nusa Penida Day Tour

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RM322.9RM391

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Adult (11 -65 years old)
RM391
Child (3 - 10 years old)
RM322.9

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What’s Included

  • Access to East & West Nusa Penida Day Tour
    • East Nusa Penida: Diamond Beach, Raja Lima and Molenteng Tree House
    • West Nusa Penida: Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug), Angel’s Bilabong Beach and Kelingking Beach
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • All entrance tickets
  • Round-trip fast boat ticket to and from Nusa Penida
  • Meals: Lunch
  • Mineral Bottled Water
  • Insurance
  • English-speaking guide
  • Hotel transfers
    • Ubud, Canggu, Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Tuban, Jimbaran, Sanur, Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua
    • A surcharge will be applicable for pick up from other areas, payable directly to the operator.

Important Info

  • The minimum booking for this tour is 2 pax
  • Tour Duration : 11 hours
  • Child Range : Age 3 to 10 years
  • Not suitable for children under age 2
  • Adult Range : Age 11 to 65 years

East & West Nusa Penida Day Tour

If you are visiting the island of Bali, Indonesia, then you might want to know that there is a nearby island that is incredible to see if you are going to avoid the loud crowds. Go on a tantalising trip to the East and West of Nusa Penida and revel in the satisfaction of its serene atmosphere and panoramic landscape./div>


Nusa means “island”, and Penida means “priests” in Balinese. Therefore, referring to the island as “Nusa Penida Island” isn’t necessary. It would just be duplicative.

The island is known to local Balinese as the black magic island. Long before it became a sightseer magnet for its natural beauty, Nusa Penida was once regarded by locals as inhabited by dark spirits, banished to the island by the priests of Bali.
Nevertheless, Nusa Penida remains a major religious destination even with negative connotations. This is because Bali’s spiritual belief dictates balance in the universe, in which both good and evil are necessary.

Nusa Penida Island is a row of three small islands located across the southern island of Bali as well as part of Klungkung regencies, such as Nusa Gede, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan.

If you are visiting the island of Bali, Indonesia, then you might want to know that there is a nearby island that is incredible to see if you are going to avoid the loud crowds. Go on a tantalising trip to the East and West of Nusa Penida and revel in the satisfaction of its serene atmosphere and panoramic landscape.

East Nusa Penida
East Nusa Penida has some of the best views to see in Bali. Explore and experience the eastern part of Nusa Penida on the day tour.

There is so much to take in on this tiny island of Nusa Penida in Bali. On Nusa Penida, you will find secret beaches and be able to gaze over the edge of cliffs, hike up waterfalls and explore the roads through the jungle. Palm trees and lush greenery line the roads, and waves crash against the edges of the islands, leaving you in wonderment.

Diamond Beach
A visit to Nusa Penida is not complete without a stop at the one of a kind Diamond Beach. The Diamond Beach is located on the island’s eastern end and offers some sensational views from up top and down below.

Diamond Beach is undoubtedly one of you must do in Nusa Penida, Bali. A breathtaking white beach, velvety blue waters, limestones, and palm trees create a dream destination. The view from the top of Diamond Beach is one directly from the postcards.

Diamond Beach is near two other attractions on Nusa Penida. Atuh Beach is to the left of Diamond Beach, and Thousand Island Viewpoint is to the right.

The beach is pretty long, and it offers you plenty of possibilities to find your spot in the sand to enjoy. You will have more of that white sand during low tide, and with the high tide, you can see the water nearly reaching the back wall at some points.

Raja Lima
Most tourists perhaps have been aware of the famous Raja Ampat in Papua Province. Nevertheless, Nusa Penida also has an identical attraction called Raja Lima.

Raja Lima in Nusa Penida is a spectacular viewpoint with panoramic views of the ocean and the various islands. This picturesque point got its name due to the number of small islands and unusual rock formations that can be seen in the ocean. It is a one of a kind view that cannot be missed if you visit Nusa Penida.

It takes some effort to reach the best viewing or photography spot in Raja Lima. You may even need to walk up and down a few stairs to get there. But the views are so worth it.

Molenteng Tree House
The Molenteng Tree House is located next to the Diamond Beach in Nusa Penida. The Molenteng Tree House is an exciting place to be as you will enjoy the gorgeous views of the cliffs and the beach from the tree house.

The Molenteng Tree House structure is austere. Stand on a tree that has somewhat cut down the trunk so the house can stand upright. To reach the top of the tree house, wooden bridges and stairs have been made easy to access.

The Molenteng Tree House is at a peak facing directly to Atuh Beach. It is not a building that makes the Molenteng Tree House special. But the panorama scenery and natural beauty can be glimpsed from the top of the Molenteng Tree House.

While sitting on the balcony, the sights of Atuh Beach can be seen entirely. The view seen is the stretch of the sea, which is very captivating. If you choose to stay a night at the Molenteng Tree House, you can watch an incredible sunrise.

West Nusa Penida
Since West Nusa Penida is home to some unique attractions, we recommend visiting this part of the island, especially first-time visitors.

With breathtaking viewpoints at every corner T-Rex shaped cliffs that provide views over a rugged landscape, a natural infinity pool, and unspoiled beaches, the west coast of Nusa Penida is an excellent addition to any Bali itinerary!

Drop by magnificent photo stops worth posting on your Instagram, such as Angel’s Billabong Beach, Klingking Beach and Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug).

Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug)
Broken Beach, locally known as Pantai Pasih Uug, is one of the top picturesque and most visited destinations on Nusa Penida Island. Uniqueness, a tranquil and incredible scene, is an excellent spot for travel photographers and panoramic view seekers.
You can find a circular cliff shape and the middle forming holes like caves or tunnels sea. The seawater makes it seem like a big pond. There is a reach of cliffs 50-200 meters high as if caught in the middle of the cliff.

Broken Beach or Pantai Pasih Uug has a big natural pool, about a hundred meters in diameter, created by sea abrasion and collapsed limestone hill a million years ago. This hole is 98 meters in diameter and offers a unique scenic view.

Angel’s Bilabong Beach
When visiting the island of Nusa Penida, one of the must-visit spots is Angel’s Billabong. During low tide, a gorgeous crystal-clear tidal pool appears between two rock structures overlooking the ocean out in the distance.

Angel’s Billabong is a spectacular rock formation on Nusa Penida island’s southwestern cliff edges. It’s nearby Pasih Uug (Broken Beach), another popular site with unique limestone formations.

The naturally formed rock lagoon offers a scenic seascape. You can descend into its crystal-clear rock pools for a swim or a soak, but only during low tide. The rock pools are one of the must-sees for visitors to Nusa Penida. The island itself is famous for its beautiful cliffs and pristine coastlines.

Kelingking Beach
Kelingking Beach, locally known as Pantai Kelingking, is one of the most iconic and recognisable tourist attractions in all of the Nusa Islands.
This hidden beach is located in Bunga Mekar, on the southwestern coast of Nusa Penida Island, which is accessible via a 40 to 50 minutes boat ride from Sanur.

An incredible hidden beach framed by towering cliffs and deep turquoise blue waters is embraced by powdery white sand with the most astonishing view like heaven on earth. The isolated beach itself is down a rough 400m cliffside hike. However, the sight of Kelingking is arguably more popular than the beach itself.

From this viewpoint, visitors look down onto the white sand surrounded by the famous limestone headland that reaches out into the Indian Ocean. A little trivia – Kelingking means “pinky” in Indonesian, as in your little finger!

ITINERARY
06.30 AM Pick up at the hotel
07.30 AM Arrive at Sanur and check-in at fast boat counter
08.00 AM Depart to Nusa Penida
08.45 AM Arrive at Nusa Penida
10.00 AM Visit Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug) and Angel’s Bilabong Beach
11.30 AM Visit Kelingking Beach
12.00 PM Lunch at a local restaurant
02.00 PM Visit Diamond Beach
03.00 PM Visit Molenteng Tree House
03.35 PM Head to Nusa Penida port
04.30 PM Arrive at Nusa Penida port and go to Sanur port by speedboat
05.30 PM Arrive at Sanur port and go back to the hotel

Location

Nusapenida, Klungkung Regency, Bali, Indonesia
Tour Sessions : 07.30 AM – 05.30 PM
Hotel Pick-Up : 06.00 AM – 06.30 AM

  • Access to East & West Nusa Penida Day Tour
    • East Nusa Penida: Diamond Beach, Raja Lima and Molenteng Tree House
    • West Nusa Penida: Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug), Angel’s Bilabong Beach and Kelingking Beach
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • All entrance tickets
  • Round-trip fast boat ticket to and from Nusa Penida
  • Meals: Lunch
  • Mineral Bottled Water
  • Insurance
  • English-speaking guide
  • Hotel transfers
    • Ubud, Canggu, Seminyak, Legian, Kuta, Tuban, Jimbaran, Sanur, Tanjung Benoa, Nusa Dua
    • A surcharge will be applicable for pick up from other areas, payable directly to the operator.

Nusa means “island”, and Penida means “priests” in Balinese. Therefore, referring to the island as “Nusa Penida Island” isn’t necessary. It would just be duplicative.

The island is known to local Balinese as the black magic island. Long before it became a sightseer magnet for its natural beauty, Nusa Penida was once regarded by locals as inhabited by dark spirits, banished to the island by the priests of Bali.
Nevertheless, Nusa Penida remains a major religious destination even with negative connotations. This is because Bali’s spiritual belief dictates balance in the universe, in which both good and evil are necessary.

Nusa Penida Island is a row of three small islands located across the southern island of Bali as well as part of Klungkung regencies, such as Nusa Gede, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan.

If you are visiting the island of Bali, Indonesia, then you might want to know that there is a nearby island that is incredible to see if you are going to avoid the loud crowds. Go on a tantalising trip to the East and West of Nusa Penida and revel in the satisfaction of its serene atmosphere and panoramic landscape.

East Nusa Penida
East Nusa Penida has some of the best views to see in Bali. Explore and experience the eastern part of Nusa Penida on the day tour.

There is so much to take in on this tiny island of Nusa Penida in Bali. On Nusa Penida, you will find secret beaches and be able to gaze over the edge of cliffs, hike up waterfalls and explore the roads through the jungle. Palm trees and lush greenery line the roads, and waves crash against the edges of the islands, leaving you in wonderment.

Diamond Beach
A visit to Nusa Penida is not complete without a stop at the one of a kind Diamond Beach. The Diamond Beach is located on the island’s eastern end and offers some sensational views from up top and down below.

Diamond Beach is undoubtedly one of you must do in Nusa Penida, Bali. A breathtaking white beach, velvety blue waters, limestones, and palm trees create a dream destination. The view from the top of Diamond Beach is one directly from the postcards.

Diamond Beach is near two other attractions on Nusa Penida. Atuh Beach is to the left of Diamond Beach, and Thousand Island Viewpoint is to the right.

The beach is pretty long, and it offers you plenty of possibilities to find your spot in the sand to enjoy. You will have more of that white sand during low tide, and with the high tide, you can see the water nearly reaching the back wall at some points.

Raja Lima
Most tourists perhaps have been aware of the famous Raja Ampat in Papua Province. Nevertheless, Nusa Penida also has an identical attraction called Raja Lima.

Raja Lima in Nusa Penida is a spectacular viewpoint with panoramic views of the ocean and the various islands. This picturesque point got its name due to the number of small islands and unusual rock formations that can be seen in the ocean. It is a one of a kind view that cannot be missed if you visit Nusa Penida.

It takes some effort to reach the best viewing or photography spot in Raja Lima. You may even need to walk up and down a few stairs to get there. But the views are so worth it.

Molenteng Tree House
The Molenteng Tree House is located next to the Diamond Beach in Nusa Penida. The Molenteng Tree House is an exciting place to be as you will enjoy the gorgeous views of the cliffs and the beach from the tree house.

The Molenteng Tree House structure is austere. Stand on a tree that has somewhat cut down the trunk so the house can stand upright. To reach the top of the tree house, wooden bridges and stairs have been made easy to access.

The Molenteng Tree House is at a peak facing directly to Atuh Beach. It is not a building that makes the Molenteng Tree House special. But the panorama scenery and natural beauty can be glimpsed from the top of the Molenteng Tree House.

While sitting on the balcony, the sights of Atuh Beach can be seen entirely. The view seen is the stretch of the sea, which is very captivating. If you choose to stay a night at the Molenteng Tree House, you can watch an incredible sunrise.

West Nusa Penida
Since West Nusa Penida is home to some unique attractions, we recommend visiting this part of the island, especially first-time visitors.

With breathtaking viewpoints at every corner T-Rex shaped cliffs that provide views over a rugged landscape, a natural infinity pool, and unspoiled beaches, the west coast of Nusa Penida is an excellent addition to any Bali itinerary!

Drop by magnificent photo stops worth posting on your Instagram, such as Angel’s Billabong Beach, Klingking Beach and Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug).

Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug)
Broken Beach, locally known as Pantai Pasih Uug, is one of the top picturesque and most visited destinations on Nusa Penida Island. Uniqueness, a tranquil and incredible scene, is an excellent spot for travel photographers and panoramic view seekers.
You can find a circular cliff shape and the middle forming holes like caves or tunnels sea. The seawater makes it seem like a big pond. There is a reach of cliffs 50-200 meters high as if caught in the middle of the cliff.

Broken Beach or Pantai Pasih Uug has a big natural pool, about a hundred meters in diameter, created by sea abrasion and collapsed limestone hill a million years ago. This hole is 98 meters in diameter and offers a unique scenic view.

Angel’s Bilabong Beach
When visiting the island of Nusa Penida, one of the must-visit spots is Angel’s Billabong. During low tide, a gorgeous crystal-clear tidal pool appears between two rock structures overlooking the ocean out in the distance.

Angel’s Billabong is a spectacular rock formation on Nusa Penida island’s southwestern cliff edges. It’s nearby Pasih Uug (Broken Beach), another popular site with unique limestone formations.

The naturally formed rock lagoon offers a scenic seascape. You can descend into its crystal-clear rock pools for a swim or a soak, but only during low tide. The rock pools are one of the must-sees for visitors to Nusa Penida. The island itself is famous for its beautiful cliffs and pristine coastlines.

Kelingking Beach
Kelingking Beach, locally known as Pantai Kelingking, is one of the most iconic and recognisable tourist attractions in all of the Nusa Islands.
This hidden beach is located in Bunga Mekar, on the southwestern coast of Nusa Penida Island, which is accessible via a 40 to 50 minutes boat ride from Sanur.

An incredible hidden beach framed by towering cliffs and deep turquoise blue waters is embraced by powdery white sand with the most astonishing view like heaven on earth. The isolated beach itself is down a rough 400m cliffside hike. However, the sight of Kelingking is arguably more popular than the beach itself.

From this viewpoint, visitors look down onto the white sand surrounded by the famous limestone headland that reaches out into the Indian Ocean. A little trivia – Kelingking means “pinky” in Indonesian, as in your little finger!

ITINERARY
06.30 AM Pick up at the hotel
07.30 AM Arrive at Sanur and check-in at fast boat counter
08.00 AM Depart to Nusa Penida
08.45 AM Arrive at Nusa Penida
10.00 AM Visit Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug) and Angel’s Bilabong Beach
11.30 AM Visit Kelingking Beach
12.00 PM Lunch at a local restaurant
02.00 PM Visit Diamond Beach
03.00 PM Visit Molenteng Tree House
03.35 PM Head to Nusa Penida port
04.30 PM Arrive at Nusa Penida port and go to Sanur port by speedboat
05.30 PM Arrive at Sanur port and go back to the hotel

  • The minimum booking for this tour is 2 pax
  • Tour Duration : 11 hours
  • Child Range : Age 3 to 10 years
  • Not suitable for children under age 2
  • Adult Range : Age 11 to 65 years
  • This ticket is non-refundable if not redeemed on the selected date.
  • If you would like to change your date of visit, please contact our Customer Support at least two (2) days before your selected date.
  • Please note that rescheduling is done on a case-to-case basis and may not be possible at all times.
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  • You do not need to print the ticket, simply present the QR code via your phone.
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How will I receive my tickets?Once payment is complete, you will instantly receive an email with QR code and attached PDF with your ticket details.
How do I redeem my tickets?Simply present the QR code on your phone at the attraction counter / staff / operator. The attraction will scan your QR code to get the ticket details.
Is this ticket refundable if I do not visit the attraction?Please read the Cancellation Policy and Terms & Conditions for more information.

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