- Access to Nusa Lembongan Island Experience
- Snorkelling Tour: Crystal Bay, Gamat Bay and Mangrove Point
- Island Tour: Dream Beach, Devil’s Tear and Yellow Bridge
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- Round-trip fast boat ticket to and from Nusa Lembongan
- All entrance tickets
- Bottled water
- Meals: Lunch
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Seminyak, Coco Mart Ubud, Sanur, Nusa Dua, Kuta, Legian, Jimbaran area, Sanur
- A surcharge will be applicable for pick up from other areas, payable directly to the operator
- English-speaking guide
- The minimum booking for this attraction / activity is 2 pax
- Attraction / Activity Duration: 10 hours
- Child Range: Age 11 and below
- Not suitable for children under age 3 and adults above the age of 65
- Adult Range: Age 12 and above
- Minimum age for this attraction / activity is 11 years old and must be accompanied by an adult
Nusa Lembongan Island Experience
Dream Beach is a secluded 115-metre stretch of white sand on the southwestern coast of Lembongan Island, the most popular of Bali’s 3 Nusa Islands. The beach is 1 among Lembongan’s extensive collection of beautiful and quiet beaches, with a landscape mostly comprised of low-lying limestone cliffs and dramatic rock formations. You can enjoy the breathtaking seascapes with bird’s-eye views from the nearby cliff edges or head down to the small cove and dig your feet into the soft sandy shore.
The scenic outcrop of Devil’s Tear Bali lies on the south-westernmost edge of Nusa Lembongan. It’s an impressive sight of waves crashing against the jagged limestone cliffs.
If you’re here to take photos, visit for impressive sunset views in the evening. There’s a natural infinity pool around the corner of Devil’s Tear, so bring your swimwear if you’re looking to take a dip. Try not to stand too close to the edge – an unexpected surge of water might leave you drenched during your visit.
The Bridge of Love (Yellow Bridge)
The Bridge of Love (formerly called Yellow Bridge) connects Lembongan Island with its sister island Nusa Ceningan. This 140-metre-long suspension bridge is located on Nusa Lembongan’s southwest coast. It provides a panoramic and elevated view of the Indian Ocean. It’s one of the easiest ways to travel between the Nusa Islands. However, the bridge is only open for pedestrians and motorcyclists.
Snorkelling is one of the most popular marine tourism activities that many vacationists are interested in joining while travelling to Bali’s island. Being a tropical island, Bali has numerous locations to go snorkelling. It can sometimes be challenging to choose from the many areas. One of the most popular snorkelling locations around Bali is the islands of Nusa Penida.
So many international divers are interested in snorkelling or diving in the waters of Nusa Bali. The seas between Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan have magnificent underwater views. When you dive or snorkel in Nusa Penida, you will see the underwater scenery, such as healthy coral reefs and various aquatic life.
The Mangrove Point Nusa Lembongan is one of the famous snorkelling locations in Bali. Mangrove Point is located at the northern end of the Jungut Batu Village in Nusa Lembongan.
The current conditions here are very light. Nusa Lembongan Mangrove Point is an easy drift snorkeling. The drift snorkelling on Mangrove Point is simply floating passively while using snorkelling gear and allowing the weak currents to carry you across the seawater and explore a colourful underwater.
Gamat Bay is the place for you if you are looking for a secluded spot without too many tourists crowding the area.
It is rather tricky to access by land, as the road is relatively narrow, so most who do go down to Gamat Bay by boat. The tough trip is worth it because the coral reef is flourishing with underwater creatures. A snorkelling trip at Gamat Bay is never without the company of lively fish swimming around the corals. There are also turtles; the lucky snorkeler may spot bamboo sharks and manta rays.
Gamat Bay is a plateau about 26 feet (8 metres) deep. The currents at Gamat Bay are powerful, so bring your own fins when snorkelling, and be sure not to stray too far from the beach for your safety.
Crystal Bay is one of the rare beaches on Nusa Penida that allows snorkellers of all abilities to enjoy a day exploring the waters. There are shallower waters for those less experienced at snorkelling, so everyone can swim around carefreely but still thrive with ocean life.
It is no spectacle that Crystal Bay is one of the most popular beaches. The coral reefs are gorgeous, and the water is crystal clear, as the beach’s name suggests. This beach is also an exceptionally dreamy snorkelling spot for all. Snorkellers can also hope to spot turtles and even the Mola Mola, one of the heaviest bony fish globally, growing to about 6 feet (1.8 metres) and 2204 pounds (1000 kilograms)!t
Pick Up / Meet-Up Time: 08.00 AM – 09.00 AM