Getting to know the Nusa Islands

Getting to know the Nusa Islands in Bali

Want to get away from the busy streets of Bali? Take a trip to the Nusa Islands and experience a more laid-back island atmosphere. It’s all about enjoying different activities surrounded by nature, and relaxing at the Nusa Islands – Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan.

Don’t know which island to visit? Get to know each of these islands and be sure to discover more during your adventure!

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Nusa Lembongan

Growing as the most touristy of the island trio, Nusa Lembongan is known for its great waves during an epic surfing session. Non-surfers can also enjoy the island by visiting the Dream Beach, a perfect spot to hang out with easy access to food and drink. You can swim in the waves or take a dip in the infinity pool.

Don’t forget to visit the Devil’s Tears while in Lembongan. Explore this area and witness waves crashing on the rocks before blowing up the tears of the devil! Discover epic tide pools around you, and take a short walk to reach one of the best magical sunset spots on the island.

If you plan to stay on this island, plenty of fancy resorts are available on the beachfront. For a more affordable stay, you can opt for a private room in a hostel instead.

 

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Nusa Penida

Being the biggest island of the three Nusa Islands, you should try to stay for at least 2-3 nights to fit everything in. There are beaches, caves and waterfalls, where you can enjoy the serenity of nature here at Nusa Penida.

Walk around the island and witness epic views or enjoy fresh coconuts at the stunning Atuh Beach. Also, don’t forget to capture your moment at Nusa Penida’s Instagram-famous spot, Kelingking Beach Lookout.

If you want to add on a cultural experience, stop by at Pura Goa Giri Putri Cave and wander around this 300m long cave where locals normally perform their meditation and religious ceremonies.

 

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Nusa Ceningan

Located between Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, Nusa Ceningan is the smallest Nusa Islands and a small tropical island accessible by crossing the iconic yellow bridge from Nusa Lembongan. For thrill-seekers, Nusa Ceningan is a must visit! Almost every corner will provide you with a cliff jumping opportunity.

Come and visit The Blue Lagoon, one of the most famous spots, where you can cliff jump from 4m, 6m, 8m, or a 13m height.

So, which island are you planning to visit? Make your decision and book a trip with Patagonia Xpress for a safe and comfortable journey.