Discover 4 Instagramable Spot on Nusa Penida You Need to Know
Bali Tourist Attraction leads you to discover Nusa Penida with a variety of instagramable spot and most popular island destinations. Nusa Penida is a small island located in the southeast of Bali, which is part of the Province of Bali. It has a variety of natural tourist attractions as well as stunning views that will make you amazed. Moreover, there are several fast boats that will take you to discover Nusa Penida, each boat anchored at each dock area. The boat leaves during morning and evening from Sanur Beach to Nusa Penida and vice versa. Nevertheless, before discovering Nusa Penida please determine your direction and destination first.
Once you arrived in Nusa Penida, you can rent a motorbike or car to make it easier for you to explore. The time needed to discover Nusa Penida is at least 2 days and one night. Therefore, don’t miss to visit this island and here’s the mandatory destination for Nusa Penida.
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1. Kelingking Beach
One of the amazing objects here is the Kelingking Secret Point Nusa Penida. It is located in Karang Dawa Hamlet, Bunga Mekar Village, Nusa Penida District. Moreover, you can visit one of the famous diving spot, called Manta Point. Here, visitors can dive and watch the Manta fish (the biggest stingray in the world) swim freely with them. Likewise, you will discover Nusa Penida and get an experience to feel the thrill of swimming with dozens of rare Manta fish. Thus, this what makes Manta Point in Kelingking Secret Point a must-visit site.
Besides, the beach is under a cliff and there is no road access to go down. So, visitors can only watch the views of Kelingking Secret Point from the top of the Karang Dawa hill. However, the cliff has a very unique shape. If you see it from the top, the shape looks like a whale’s child lying on the edge. Meanwhile, from the ocean sides it looks similar with neck of Tyrannosaurus Rex (T-Rex). The beach entrance is located on a cliff with an elongated hill and protrudes towards the sea. Resembling a little finger.
2. Angel’s Billabong
The beauty of Angel’s Billabong Nusa Penida is no doubt. The name Angel’s Billabong comes from the word “Angel” which means angel. Meanwhile, the “Billabong” word means an end of a dead-end river. Moreover, Angel’s Billabong is a place in the form of the end of a river with beauty like an angel. Likewise, 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. There’s a pathway leading to naturally formed rock lagoon, offering a scenic seascape as well as pleasant swimming spot on the island. It’s a good idea to explore Broken Beach first while you can enjoy a view of natural limestone arches over the blue waters.
3. Broken Beach
Broken Beach or Pasih Uug by local residents, is a 200-meter high cliff that juts into the ocean. These cliffs have been exposed to seawater abrasion for centuries. So that giant cave-like holes form naturally in the middle. The name “Pasih Uug” itself if in the Balinese language means “broken beach”. Pasih Bali Uug Beach (Broken Beach) is located in Banjar Sumpang, Bunga Mekar Village, Nusa Penida District, Klungkung Regency, Bali. This beach is at a glance similar to the beach in Uluwatu. On this Pasug Uug Bali Beach, you can see the phenomenon of the beauty of the cliffs and the ocean. The green grass and trees on the cliff plus the blue seawater, making the view is amazing.
Although you can swim in Pasih Uug Beach, you must be accompanied by local guide. However, it should be noted also with the weather conditions and the tides of the sea. Because even though the waves are quieter than in Uluwatu. It is still dangerous for those who are not accustomed to or swimming alone without being accompanied by a guide. There are 2 alternative ways that you can take.
- The first, you can depart from Sanur Beach using Speed Boat with a travel time of about 30-45 minutes.
- Second, by using a ferry from Padang Bai.
With the 2 methods above, you will only arrive at Nusa Penida Island. To continue your trip to Pasih Uug Beach, you can continue using a private car or rented motorbike. Above all, don’t miss to visit Broken Beach while discovering Nusa Penida.
4. Atuh Beach
Atuh Beach Nusa Penida is one of the beaches frequented by tourists in the Nusa Penida area of Bali. It is one of the most beautiful beaches in Bali. Moreover, to reach this site it takes a rather challenging journey and is still followed by walking to reach the beach. Around this beach, you can see various sights from different perspectives. The charm is indeed able to attract the attention of local and foreign tourists. Here, you will see four large coral islands. Namely Batu Melawang / Pepadasan Island, Batu Paon Island, Batu Abah Island and Jineng Hill Island. This coral island is the main attraction in Atuh Nusa Penida Beach. On the white sand, you can relax while sunbathing or playing sand. The water is also very clear so that when it is receding, the beauty of the underwater biota looks very charming.
Atuh Beach name comes from a spring that is near the location of Atuh Beach. Precisely located west of Atuh Pura. This spring is still used by the surrounding population. Uniquely, even though it is close to the coastline, the freshwater does not taste salty at all. And even when the dry season arrives, the spring never dries. That is why the location of this beach called Atuh. Taken from the words “A” means “no” and “Tuh” means “dry”, so it can be assumed to mean “never-dry”. It is included in the Banjar Pelilit area, Pantungutan Village, Nusa Penida District, Klungkung Regency, Bali. The path to reach it is by sea. From the Sanur Beach pier, Kusamba Klungkung Beach or Padang Bai Harbor to go to Nusa Penida Island.