- Look out over T-Rex Bay and venture down the rugged cliffside to the beach.
- Spot the manta rays at Broken Beach and swim in the natural infinity pool at Angel’s Billabong.
- Relax and swim at Crystal Bay, a stunning white sand beach.
West Nusa Penida Cliffs & Beaches
Travel off-the-beaten track to discover the wild and rugged western part of the island and then cool off in crystal clear waters by an idyllic beach.
In the morning transfer from your hotel to the harbour and board the fast boat to the island of Nusa Penida. This undeveloped island is known for its nature, unspoiled beaches, stunning coastal cliffs and hidden waterfalls. Balinese people also make regular pilgrimage trips here to visit the island’s many religious sites.
On arrival at Nusa Penida transfer along an unpaved road to the hidden Kelingking Beach. Admire the beautiful views over the pristine bay and the surrounding white cliffs and headlands set against the deep blue sea. This unique formation resembles a Tyrannosaurus Rex, hence its nickname ‘T-Rex Bay’. The secluded beach is reached by hiking down the rugged 400m cliffside.
From here, drive to the nearby Broken Beach (Pasih Uug) where a range of cliffs has encircled the sea creating a turquoise pool where manta rays can often be seen.
Close by is Angel’s Billabong, a natural infinity pool that is best viewed at low tide. Photograph the colourful yellow-green rocks that can be seen through the crystal clear water. Be careful when climbing down to take a swim as the waves are rough and unpredictable.
Finally, spend some time swimming and relaxing at Crystal Bay, a stunning white sand beach that looks out over another island, Nusa Ceningan. The beach is guarded by hills on both sides protecting it from the waves of the Indian Ocean.
Return by car to the harbour for the fast boat back to Bali. On arrival in Sanur transfer to your hotel.
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