- Access to South Nusa Penida Day Tour
- Kelingking Beach
- Banah Cliff
- Tembeling Beach
- Tembeling Forest
- Tembeling Infinity Pool
- “Ojek” ride
- Air-conditioned vehicle
- All entrance tickets
- Round-trip fast boat ticket to and from Nusa Penida
- Meals: Lunch
- Mineral Bottled Water
- 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.
- 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
South Nusa Penida Day Tour
Nusa Penida is a stunning island. Nusa Penida is an island South-East of the Indonesian island Bali.
The island’s coastline is insane, unlike anything you will ever see. Nusa Penida offers some incredible photo opportunities. Nusa Penida offers some fantastic photo opportunities.
It is no joke that the Nusa Penida beaches made the island famous. The small (yet still deceivingly large) island off Bali’s southeast coast rose to fame in the last five years due to breathtaking photos of the best Nusa Penida beaches.
The world has been quickly convinced that visiting Nusa Penida is a must on any trip to Bali.
Nusa Penida is an island of wonder – like a Disneyland for adventurers if you will. The island has excellent scuba dive sites, stunning beaches you can swim and snorkel from, and the area’s most incredible and dramatic rocky cliffs.
Nusa Penida is located only 45 minutes from Bali. The magnificence of this island is distinctive to most places in the world; white sand beaches, unique rock formations, and cliff views made prominent from Instagram.
The island of Nusa Penida is part of the Klungkung regency of Bali. It is located southeast of the Island of the Gods. Nusa Penida is the biggest of the three islands that make up the small archipelago of the Nusas and is visited by more tourists than its neighbours, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan.
In Balinese Hinduism, Nusa Penida is considered an extremely holy place. Known as the “Island of Black Magic,” Nusa Penida attracts pilgrims from all over Bali who wish to achieve balance (between good and evil) in their life. For these pilgrims, a journey to this wondrous and foreboding island is a must.
In Nusa Penida, there is an extraordinary medley of activities and many breathtaking places to visit. From paradisiacal beaches, cliffs, waterfalls, and natural pools, you will not lack things to see on this island on this island.
Tembeling Beach, Forest & Natural Pool
Tembeling Nusa Penida features a dense rainforest, blue lagoon, crystal clear natural pool secret caves, and a small picturesque beach wedged into the west coastline of Nusa Penida island.
Tembeling Beach is a hidden beach off the regular tourist beat in Nusa Penida. Getting To Tembeling Nusa Penida is an adventure in itself, riding through slightly sketchy roads through beautiful forest and past several amazing natural pools along the way.
You won’t find any tourist buses or large groups visiting this spot, meaning you’ll likely get to enjoy the “secret” white sand beach, unique Tembeling forests, natural pools, limestone caves, and some awesome cliff jumps.
The main attraction at Tembeling Nusa Penida is the large, man-made blue pool fed by a flow of directed water. You’ll find this natural pool just before Tembeling Beach.
Banah Cliff viewpoint is located on the southwestern side of Nusa Penida island. The place is not as popular as other spots.
Banah Cliff is a viewpoint from where you can see the cliffs of the entire west coast of Nusa Penida. Banah Cliff Point is a lookout that is located between Kelingking Beach and Tembeling Beach. This spot offers really gorgeous views of the sheer cliffs in both directions.
Although the main attraction of this viewpoint is a small island with a natural arch in front, on clear days, you can see even the dinosaur of Kelingking Beach in the distance.
This viewpoint is not as famous as others on the island so that you may be alone in front of the beautiful views from there.
There are two viewpoints here, one facing west. There is a sign ‘Banah Sunset Point’ and a wooden bench where you can sit watch the sun goes down.
The second viewpoint is much harder to find. Go past the first one until you reach some bushes, there is a path that leads to the cliff edge and a set of very treacherous steps down to a lower platform.
When you get to the viewing platform overlooking a rock that looks like a croissant in the sea, you’ll know you’re in the right place.
Kelingking Beach & Cliff
Kelingking Beach is undoubtedly the best-known place in Nusa Penida and the subject of millions of photos and postcards. This beach is very famous for being located under a dinosaur-shaped vertigo cliff.
Kelingking Beach is probably the most famous place in Nusa Penida and for good reason. It is the most well-known feature, the Jurassic-shaped promontory, locally referred to as “T-Rex,” is amazing to behold.
The way down to the actual beach – a pathway guarded by ramshackle bamboo cages – will leave you breathless. The beach itself is probably the best I’ve ever seen.
You can go down to this beach from the cliff, but we warn you that it is not an easy way to go down. If you go for a swim at Kelingking Beach, be careful because there are usually quite strong currents.
On the other hand, if you want to admire its beauty from above, there are a couple of viewpoints from which you can see the beach and take spectacular photos. With a bit of luck, you may even see giant manta rays swimming near the shore.
Even so, the reward of seeing a paradise beach practically deserted will compensate for the effort of the descent.
What to Bring / Travel Tips :
- You can wear strapped sandals, flip-flops or shoes
- You may wear comfortable T-shirt and shorts and bring swimsuits for the visit to the beach
- Backpack for your belongings
- Towel, insect repellent, sunblock lotion, and camera (at your own risk)
- Cash for personal expenses
Prohibitions & Limitations :
- Know your limits and capabilities – A lot of walking is involved
- If you are prone to seasickness, please do ensure you have your medication with you
- This activity is not recommended for persons with disabilities, pregnant women, the elderly and people with medical conditions
- The road drive on Nusa Penida are bumpy and narrow
Additional Information :
- Itinerary is subjected to weather conditions
- Sanur is a traditional harbor so you might get wet when boarding or get off the boat. It is recommended to wear shorts or beachwear
- Snorkeling equipment is not included in this tour
- Participants are only allowed to bring one hand carry item. Additional luggage will be imposed a luggage fee
- Rest assured that you will be accompanied by experienced facilitators and guides throughout the way in case you are in need of any assistance
Hotel Pick-Up : 06.00 AM – 06.30 AM