- Access to Nusa Lembongan & Nusa Penida Day Tour
- Nusa Lembongan Island: Dream Beach, Devil’s Tear, Mahagiri Beach and Yellow Bridge
- Nusa Penida Island: Broken Beach, Angel’s Billabong and Kelingking Beach
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- All entrance tickets
- Round-trip fast boat ticket to and from Nusa Penida
- Meals: Lunch
- Mineral Bottled Water
- Hotel pick up and drop off
- Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, 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: 9 hours
- Child Range: Age 10 and below
- Not suitable for children under age 3 years
- Adult Range: Age 11 and above
- Not suitable for adults above the age of 65 years
- Minimum age for this attraction / activity is 3 years old and must be accompanied by an adult
Nusa Lembongan & Nusa Penida Day Tour
Nusa Lembongan is a small holiday island destination 20 km off the southeast coast of Bali. You can reach it with a 45-minute boat ride from Sanur Beach or Benoa Harbour. It’s a lot quieter than the south of Bali, making it a great place to go for a peaceful, relaxing break.
Often referred to as ‘Lembongan’ for short, the island is the most popular destination among 3 islands, the other 2 being Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Penida. The water is among the clearest you’ll find anywhere around Bali. Great reefs and wave breaks also make it a favourite among divers and surfers.
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.
Try not to stand too close to the edge – an unexpected surge of water might leave you drenched during your visit. 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. If you’re here to take photos, visit for impressive sunset views in the evening.
Mahagiri Beach sits on the most famous white sand beach on the island. Called Pantai Mahagiri, the beach is equally renowned for its sunrises and sunsets, with views going back to mainland Bali and majestic Mount Agung.
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.
Nusa Penida Island
Nusa Penida is the largest and most exotic of the 3 Nusa islands, thanks to its collection of unique Hindu temples and picturesque natural features of cliff formations and lagoons. More recently, the island became best known as the new sanctuary of the once-endangered Bali starling (originally an endemic species from the forested region of West Bali National Park) following a highly successful captive breeding programme.
Nusa Penida measures over 200 sq km – significantly more significant than the popular Nusa Lembongan and its accessible sister island, Nusa Ceningan. Lesser-travelled than the other 2, Nusa Penida has a minimal number of hotels and tourist features. What it lacks in infrastructure, it makes up for with unspoiled natural beauty and rare cultural highlights.
Broken Beach is a scenic coastal formation on the southwestern edge of Nusa Penida. Also known by its local name, Pasih Uug, it’s a great spot for travel photographers and anyone who wants to enjoy stunning panoramic views. The place is marked by a hilly rock arch, which is the star landmark of the area.
You can watch the waves crashing in from the Indian Ocean. If you’re lucky, you may spot silhouettes of giant mantas near the surface of the deep blue water. The adjacent area is also home to grey long-tailed macaques.
Angel’s Billabong is a spectacular rock formation near Pasih Uug (Broken Beach), on the southwestern end of Nusa Penida Island. Both spots offer views of beautiful cliffs and pristine coastlines. A pathway leads to a naturally formed rock lagoon, offering a scenic seascape and pleasant swimming spot on the island.
Kelingking Beach is a secluded and scenic beach in the village of Bunga Mekar on the southwestern coast of Nusa Penida Island. One of its most famous landmarks is a plant-covered limestone headland, with massive waves crashing against it. This unique formation resembles the shape of a T-Rex’s head, so Kelingking is often called the T-Rex Bay of Bali.
Attraction / Activity Time: 09.00 AM – 05.00 PM