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East & West Nusa Penida [Private Day Tour]

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RM375.4

Fixed Date Ticket
Hotel Transfer
Not suitable for Children
Food & Drinks
Insurance Included
All day
Earn Points
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RM375.4
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What’s Included

  • Access to West Nusa Penida [Private Day Tour]
    • Karang Dawa View​ Point and Kelingking Beach
    • Paluang Cliff
    • Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug)
      Angel’s Bilabong Beach
    • Crystal Bay Beach
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • All entrance tickets
  • Round-trip fast boat ticket to and from Nusa Penida
  • Meals: Lunch
  • Mineral Bottled Water
  • Insurance
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
    • Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Petitenget, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Sanur, Denpasar
    • A surcharge will be applicable for pick up from other areas, payable directly to the operator
  • English-speaking guide

Important Info

  • Access to West Nusa Penida [Private Day Tour]
    • Karang Dawa View​ Point and Kelingking Beach
    • Paluang Cliff
    • Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug)
      Angel’s Bilabong Beach
    • Crystal Bay Beach
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • All entrance tickets
  • Round-trip fast boat ticket to and from Nusa Penida
  • Meals: Lunch
  • Mineral Bottled Water
  • Insurance
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
    • Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Petitenget, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Sanur, Denpasar
    • A surcharge will be applicable for pick up from other areas, payable directly to the operator
  • English-speaking guide

East & West Nusa Penida [Private Day Tour]

Spend the day on the tranquil island of Nusa Penida. Nusa Penida island is an exotic and still virgin island that can be reached in just 35 to 45 minutes by a speed boat from Sanur Beach. Its natural resplendence, notably the still untouched beaches and the high cliff views along the island’s east and west coasts, are unimaginable and unique places that you need to add to your Bali bucket list!

If you are visiting the island of Bali, then you might want to know that there is a nearby island that is great to see if you like to avoid the rackety crowds.

Go on a beautiful trip to the West of Nusa Penida island. 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.

Nusa Penida is a relatively undeveloped island southeast of mainland Bali. You will not find the flamboyant beach clubs, organic cafes or stylish restaurants here. However, Nusa Penida is still worthy of a visit, and it houses some of the most photogenic vistas in Bali.

Atuh Beach

What can tourists do in Atuh Beach, actually? First, visitors should explore the white sandy beach. As mentioned before, they can enjoy sunbathing and beach walking comfortably. Thanks to the comfy soft-textured shoreline. Next, tourists should reach the shore and play water in it. As for the tip, it is recommended to come to the beach during the low tide. At the time, some sea creatures are seen clearly due to the shallowness. Tourists can even play with water more safely.

The next allure of Atuh Beach is the presence of “Batu Bolong”, which is a nearby coral island. The official name is Batu Melawang Island. What makes it the best feature on the beach? It is related to the shape, which has a giant hole that appears like a coral tunnel. Thus, tourists must not forget to take photos of it during the visit later. One thing, they must reach a higher ground to get the best angle for photography.

Atuh Beach also has several interesting local legends. All fishermen’s boats should pass through Batu Bolong before heading to the open sea. After all, the locals consider it a ritual to prevent bad things when fishing or sailing. Another story is related to the shore, which tastes fresh instead of salty near the shoreline!

Rajalima

It takes some effort to reach the best viewing or photography spot in Raja Lima. Tourists even need to walk on stairs to get there. Due to the narrow route, though, everyone should queue. Later, they even need to take a turn to take photos on the site. From the spot, visitors can take pictures of sea scenery, including the formation of small islands ahead. Both the nuance and panorama are similar to that of Raja Ampat! This explains why the site is popular among passionate travellers.

The only consideration is related to stamina. Trekking to Raja Lima takes both energy and time, after all. Thus, tourists can quickly get tired when getting there. For those who don’t carry bottled water or any supply, it is recommended to rest at an available Gubug (traditional gazebo) along the way to the location. At least they can avoid the sun’s heat for a while before continuing the trip.

The good news is a traditional local eatery is available near Raja Lima. That means tourists can buy some food and drinks before continuing their exploration. Thus, all tourists should carry some cash when heading to the site later. The menu is simple, though. These include local fried rice, instant noodles, tea, coffee, etc.

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.

Rumah Pohon “Tree House”

The Tree House (Rumah Pohon) on Nusa Penida has become one of the most popular attractions and most popular places to stay! It is perched up on the mountain at Thousand Island (Pulau Seribu) viewpoint near Atuh Beach. Thanks to some talented photographers who shared this spot on social media, it has landed itself on many travellers’ Nusa Penida bucket lists.

Karang Dawa View​ Point and Kelingking Beach

Karang Dawa ViewPoint provides a moment to stop and absorb the beauty and serenity of Nusa Penida’s coast.

Here it feels as though time comes to a standstill, providing a moment of silence, beauty and calm. Concealed beneath the tall cliffs we stand below, Kelingking Beach is nestled in all its glory.

It is probably the most iconic of all Nusa Penida’s sights! It is easy to see how people continue to fall in love and be drawn to this one-of-a-kind island.

Paluang Cliff

Paluang Cliff is close to Kelingking beach, just two minutes away by car. When convalesced from this awe-inspiring backdrop, have fun and take some pictures with the cute little boat structure.

This jaw-dropping scene will surely take your breath away.

Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug)

The next spot on your adventure will be Broken Bay or ‘Pasih Uug,’ in the Balinese language. The bay looks like a vast pool, surrounded by tall, craggy, unique rocks that provide an intriguing, lunar-like landscape.

The unusual look of this bay is the result of volcanic activity that caused nature to construct what looks like a swimming pool on the moon! Walk along the bridge made from rocks to leap into the refreshing, turquoise waters.

Are you ready to take the plunge?

Angel’s Billabong

A picturesque seascape that will be embedded in your memory for life. The vibrancy of the water is undeniably striking here at Angel’s Billabong.

From where we stand on the clifftops, a panoramic bird’s eye view of beautiful coral reefs creates the most incredible panorama. You will not even need to use a filter! The steep and majestic cliffs plunge vertically into emerald waters. This is a photo opportunity not to be missed.

Location

Nusapenida, Klungkung Regency, Bali, Indonesia
Tour Sessions : 08.00 AM – 05.00 PM
Hotel Pick-Up : 07.00 AM – 08.00 AM

  • Access to West Nusa Penida [Private Day Tour]
    • Karang Dawa View​ Point and Kelingking Beach
    • Paluang Cliff
    • Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug)
      Angel’s Bilabong Beach
    • Crystal Bay Beach
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • All entrance tickets
  • Round-trip fast boat ticket to and from Nusa Penida
  • Meals: Lunch
  • Mineral Bottled Water
  • Insurance
  • Hotel pick up and drop off
    • Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Petitenget, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Sanur, Denpasar
    • A surcharge will be applicable for pick up from other areas, payable directly to the operator
  • English-speaking guide

If you are visiting the island of Bali, then you might want to know that there is a nearby island that is great to see if you like to avoid the rackety crowds.

Go on a beautiful trip to the West of Nusa Penida island. 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.

Nusa Penida is a relatively undeveloped island southeast of mainland Bali. You will not find the flamboyant beach clubs, organic cafes or stylish restaurants here. However, Nusa Penida is still worthy of a visit, and it houses some of the most photogenic vistas in Bali.

Atuh Beach

What can tourists do in Atuh Beach, actually? First, visitors should explore the white sandy beach. As mentioned before, they can enjoy sunbathing and beach walking comfortably. Thanks to the comfy soft-textured shoreline. Next, tourists should reach the shore and play water in it. As for the tip, it is recommended to come to the beach during the low tide. At the time, some sea creatures are seen clearly due to the shallowness. Tourists can even play with water more safely.

The next allure of Atuh Beach is the presence of “Batu Bolong”, which is a nearby coral island. The official name is Batu Melawang Island. What makes it the best feature on the beach? It is related to the shape, which has a giant hole that appears like a coral tunnel. Thus, tourists must not forget to take photos of it during the visit later. One thing, they must reach a higher ground to get the best angle for photography.

Atuh Beach also has several interesting local legends. All fishermen’s boats should pass through Batu Bolong before heading to the open sea. After all, the locals consider it a ritual to prevent bad things when fishing or sailing. Another story is related to the shore, which tastes fresh instead of salty near the shoreline!

Rajalima

It takes some effort to reach the best viewing or photography spot in Raja Lima. Tourists even need to walk on stairs to get there. Due to the narrow route, though, everyone should queue. Later, they even need to take a turn to take photos on the site. From the spot, visitors can take pictures of sea scenery, including the formation of small islands ahead. Both the nuance and panorama are similar to that of Raja Ampat! This explains why the site is popular among passionate travellers.

The only consideration is related to stamina. Trekking to Raja Lima takes both energy and time, after all. Thus, tourists can quickly get tired when getting there. For those who don’t carry bottled water or any supply, it is recommended to rest at an available Gubug (traditional gazebo) along the way to the location. At least they can avoid the sun’s heat for a while before continuing the trip.

The good news is a traditional local eatery is available near Raja Lima. That means tourists can buy some food and drinks before continuing their exploration. Thus, all tourists should carry some cash when heading to the site later. The menu is simple, though. These include local fried rice, instant noodles, tea, coffee, etc.

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.

Rumah Pohon “Tree House”

The Tree House (Rumah Pohon) on Nusa Penida has become one of the most popular attractions and most popular places to stay! It is perched up on the mountain at Thousand Island (Pulau Seribu) viewpoint near Atuh Beach. Thanks to some talented photographers who shared this spot on social media, it has landed itself on many travellers’ Nusa Penida bucket lists.

Karang Dawa View​ Point and Kelingking Beach

Karang Dawa ViewPoint provides a moment to stop and absorb the beauty and serenity of Nusa Penida’s coast.

Here it feels as though time comes to a standstill, providing a moment of silence, beauty and calm. Concealed beneath the tall cliffs we stand below, Kelingking Beach is nestled in all its glory.

It is probably the most iconic of all Nusa Penida’s sights! It is easy to see how people continue to fall in love and be drawn to this one-of-a-kind island.

Paluang Cliff

Paluang Cliff is close to Kelingking beach, just two minutes away by car. When convalesced from this awe-inspiring backdrop, have fun and take some pictures with the cute little boat structure.

This jaw-dropping scene will surely take your breath away.

Broken Beach (Pantai Pasih Uug)

The next spot on your adventure will be Broken Bay or ‘Pasih Uug,’ in the Balinese language. The bay looks like a vast pool, surrounded by tall, craggy, unique rocks that provide an intriguing, lunar-like landscape.

The unusual look of this bay is the result of volcanic activity that caused nature to construct what looks like a swimming pool on the moon! Walk along the bridge made from rocks to leap into the refreshing, turquoise waters.

Are you ready to take the plunge?

Angel’s Billabong

A picturesque seascape that will be embedded in your memory for life. The vibrancy of the water is undeniably striking here at Angel’s Billabong.

From where we stand on the clifftops, a panoramic bird’s eye view of beautiful coral reefs creates the most incredible panorama. You will not even need to use a filter! The steep and majestic cliffs plunge vertically into emerald waters. This is a photo opportunity not to be missed.

  • Attraction / Activity Duration: 9 hours
  • Not suitable for children under age 4
  • Minimum age for this attraction / activity is 4 years old and must be accompanied by an adult
  • 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.
  • All tickets are only valid on your selected date
  • You do not need to print the ticket, simply present the QR code via your phone.
  • In order to redeem your ticket, please proceed to the attraction’s counters.
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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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