Places of Interest

Angels Billabong

This stunning clear water billabong is perched at the top of a dramatic cliff on Nusa Penida providing incredible views of Manta Bay and the surrounding beauty. After a short hike you will arrive at an incredible natural infinity pool with clear turquoise water to bathe in and discover fascinating small creatures in the rock pools or spot bigger ones in the ocean below. Situated adjacent to the infamous “Broken Beach” you can adventure to both attractions in one visit and soak up the gorgeous scenery on our neighbouring island.


Kelingking

Experience the extraordinary wilderness of Nusa Penida with a visit to the magnificent viewpoint of Kelingking and its secret point beach. The dramatic view of white cliffs contrasted with azure blue water and rolling waves is one of the most photographed spots on the island. Kelingking translates to little finger, which refers to the long headland that stretches out next to the beach, which some people compare to a T-rex claw! After taking in this breath-taking view, hike down on a rugged pathway to the beautiful beach below, admiring the views at every turn. Just make sure you have your walking shoes and water with you!


Pura Segara

A spot where nature and tradition collide, Pura Segara is a fabulous temple of worship shaded by a magnificent and huge banyan tree that presides over the traditional ceremonies that are held here. A place where the smell of incense and a sense of mystery fill the air, its an ideal place to take photos and soak up some local culture.


Nusa Lembongan Diving

Your trip to this exotic island simply wouldn’t be complete without trying Nusa Lembongan Diving. Explore the fascinating marine diversity from a number of spectacular dive spots around the island. Graceful manta rays glide through the crystal clear waters, and between the months of July and October, you may even spot the rare Mola Mola or Ocean Sunfish.


Jungut Batu Beach

This luxurious white sand beach offers outstanding views of the majestic Gunung Agung and is perfect for strolling and soaking in the vibe of Nusa Lembongan.  This picturesque beach is also THE place to watch the dazzling sunsets and reflect on nature’s beauty at one of the many delicious eateries or bars. Those who want to venture further can continue the walk and explore the beautiful mangroves at the end of the island or if you’re feeling really active you can paddle out to one of the nearby surf breaks.


Dream Beach (devils tear)

Feel your troubles melt away on this small but perfectly formed beach on the southwestern side of the island. Relax on the sparkling white sand, amid stunning cave formations, and keep your eyes peeled for playful dolphins in the rolling waves. For an extra treat visit the nearby “Devils Tear” to witness the power and majesty of the ocean. This natural attraction gets its names from the exciting ocean spray that is thrown out from a hidden cave in the cliff face as each wave hits.


Selegimpak Beach

A little hidden gem, this remote beach can be accessed via a very pretty cliff walk lined with flowers and perfect views leaving close to the hotel. A sweet spot for all, there is a small cove to enjoy the underwater realm by taking a dip with your snorkel gear, or an attractive beach to bask in that glorious Balinese sunshine.


Lembongan Village

To feel the pulse of the island, a visit to the most populated village on the island is a definite culture explosion. Lembongan village to the south is one of two main villages on the island, with the village of Jungut Batu to the north holding a slightly smaller population. Exploring Lembongan village you can view the traditional village life that is getting harder to find in touristy southern Bali and absorb the culture pulsing the heart of Nusa Lembongan.