No wonder Kelingking Beach is gaining so much love from traveler, this beach has an amazing cliff view with soft and white sand. Nusa Penida is booming this last few years and even more popular than Gili Islands.
How to get to Kelingking Beach?
You can visit this beautiful beach on one day trip to Nusa Penida. You don’t need to stay overnight in Nusa Penida. Take a boat from Sanur in the morning, hire a driver in Nusa Penida and ask your driver to take you there. In one day you can explore more than just Kelingking Beach, but including Angel Billabong, Broken Beach and the beautiful snorkeling point, Crystal Bay Beach where you can meet manta ray.
If you are too lazy to plan and organize your itinerary, you can book our most populat Nusa Penida tour.
Did you hear about Angel Billabong, Broken Beach or Kelingking Beach? I bet if you searched for Nusa Penida tour, these picture will show up on your search results.
Nusa Penida is getting popular this last few years. Nusa Penida is part of Bali Province, but it is another island. Located in the south west of the main island, Bali, Nusa Penida is the biggest island in the Nusa complex. The other two island is Ceningan and Lembongan.
Well, which places in Nusa Penida should you visit if you have only visit this island for one day? I will start from West Nusa Penida. There are 4 main attraction in West Nusa Penida.
Angel’s Billabong is one of the magical spots you can’t help but marvel at. A crystal clear tide pool cascades into the ocean on the east coast of Nusa Penida. Out in that ocean, Manta Rays cruise the coast at leisure.
It is better to visit Angel’s Billabong during the low tide to get the crystal water view.
It is a cliff with tunnel. The ocean water flow through a tunnel and end up in a small bay. A perfect place to get your selfie picture.
The Dinosaur neck beach with clean crystal sand. Get ready for the steep access down to the beach.
Your trip will end up at Crystal Bay. It is time to jump to the water!