Travelling to Nusa Lembongan? What You Need to See and Do

Dream-beach-Nusa-LembonganThe 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.

You’ll want to check out Pura Puncak Sari Temple, which can be found on the hilltop overlooking the Indian Ocean and the two neighbouring islands of Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan. The view is spectacular encompassing the Nusa Lembongan East Coast of Bali as well.

The Underground House is one of the most unique Nusa Ceningan attractions. This underground house is owned by Made Biasa. It was originally built using only a chisel, hammer and intuition as the guide. It took a whopping 15 years for this amazing labyrinth to be completed and it includes a dining room, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen and sacred mediation room.

While touring Nusa Lembongan, be sure to take a ride on a small jukung so that you can explore the mangroves. The first thing you’ll notice is the tranquillity – it’s a quiet of an extreme nature. Enjoy the unique, colourful mud carbs. There are many wildlife and bird species that you are sure to enjoy along the way.

There are all kinds of options on this little island of Nusa Ceningan. Enjoy guided tours or explore on your own. This is that hidden gem that you’ll want to find and explore.

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