The lazily winding coastal paths around Nusa Lembongan invite you to take some time to explore the island on foot and discover just what it has to offer. Tranquil beaches like Dream Beach and Jungut Batu perfectly display the natural beauty. The stunning, clear blue water awaits you whether you’d love to surf or do some drift diving.
The tranquil beaches are just the beginning. Explore the seaweed farms and Mangrove forests, or how about walking the suspension bridge over to Nusa Ceningan the neighbouring island. Head over to Ceningan Ridge for the most spectacular sunset you’ll ever experience – if romance is in the air, here’s the place to maximize it!
Chrystal Beach is home to Bat Cave and Giri Putri Cave, which are crammed with thousands of bats, which go unseen but they are certainly heard even during the day. This area is popular with marine researchers and underwater photographers. The white sandy bottom combined with the crystal clear water offers an incredible view of various fish and vegetarian. Nusa Lembongan is most certainly a unique place offering a unique experience.
You might want to check out what the Bali Hai Beach Club has to offer, especially if you’d really like a relaxing day of swimming or hanging out in the swimming pools. From here, you can also book para sailing, snorkelling, Banana boat tours, and a ton of other activities.
Do you like to fish? Then how about taking a coral fishing trip leaving Nusa Lembongan daily. These boats are traditional designs that have been adapted as outrigger boats for blue marlin, large pelagic and tuna fishing. Are you up for the challenge? The Nusa Ceningan waters are known for their diversity – enjoy the marine life, use the bay as the starting point for snorkelling, surfing, canoeing, diving, or a fishing trip.
According to Kima Surf, Canggu is the perfect Bali location to enjoy surf camp. There are tons of surf spots on the island and one of the perks to surf camp is getting the opportunity to explore many of these places. But Canggu is a great place for beginners to get their wave on and learn the basics before heading into more difficult waters.
Maybe not everyone in your group wants to learn how to surf, that’s okay because Canggu has plenty to offer. Enjoy some time at a local spa and get pampered, maybe after a day out on the waves.
Perhaps a day tour on a mountain bike is more your style. There are various tour packages you can choose from and it certainly offers a different way to see the countryside. If you like, horse riding you can enjoy a fabulous adventure with experienced tour guides. Don’t worry they even offer riding lessons.
There are a number of different beaches to enjoy. Canggu beach is away from the bustle of tourists so it’s a nice quiet fun place to spend an afternoon. Pantai Batu Mejan, also called Echo beach is hard to find but you’ll never forget it with its dark sand. It’s popular with surfers. Make sure to spend some time there.
The loss of a number of restaurants in Batu Belig made news, but when Hotelier Indonesia reported on the opening of the Mozaic Beach Club in July 2012, people took notice, so it should be no surprise that its popularity continues to grow. Chef Chris Salans is the brain child behind Mozaic Beach Club.
The Mozaic Beach Club offers lunch on deck, poolside chill-out tapas, evening dining a la carte, private dining room, tasting menus, as well as a fine dining restaurant. It is the perfect place to be mesmerized by a stunning sunset. You can see why this is such a hit.
There is nothing that can be said about the food other than ‘superb.’ Fear not – for it truly will tantalize your taste buds no matter it is you decide to enjoy. Chef Ephraim has been around, but for the last four years, he’s been at the Ubud Mozaic Restaurant Gastronomique so he truly has an understanding of the local cuisine along with all the flavours he brings from his background. He really does have a love affair with fresh ingredients and seeks to use what’s available at the time.
If you are anywhere near Batu Belig you really should make sure that you put a stop here on your to-do list. Besides, while here make sure to visit Tempel Taman Ayun, and take a walk through Butterfly Park. There is also the Bali Museum that is definitely worth a stop. This is a community that you won’t want to miss on your Bali travels. Enjoy the local culture, pamper yourself a little, and be sure to stop by the Mozaic Beach Club.
Bali is home to some of the most rocking beaches in the world. Legendary for their either pale white sand or dark black ‘Volcanic’ sand – and native palm trees.
These beaches include Nusa Dua, Kuta Beach, Legian Beach and Canggu Beach, which are all popular for surfing and extreme water sports of all kinds.
Sanur beach, with calmer waters that invite you to relax in the sun and meditate on how lucky you are to be there. A great activity to partake in if you are over ‘Sanur’ way is to go diving or snorkeling with Atlantis International Dive Centre. They can take you to dive with Manta rays and Sun fish (if you’re lucky) and then finish the day with the incredible ‘drift diving’ down the coast of Nusa Lembongan.