How to travel to Nusa Penida

How to travel to Nusa Penida Island – Bali

Nusa Penida is an island in the south-east part of Bali. When you consider yourself as an adventure seeker, travel to Nusa Penida while you’re in Bali is a must! It is fairly easy to travel to Nusa Penida from wherever you are in Bali.

How to travel to Nusa Penida

Kelingking Beach | Photo Source ( Unsplash )

How to Travel to Nusa Penida

What’s more exciting than a short getaway to Nusa Penida from Bali? The easiest way to start your sweet escape from Bali is by boat! Go to Benoa or Sanur and you could find a number of fast boat services to Nusa Penida, or depart from Kusamba or Padang Bai in East Bali instead.

All boats leave directly from the beach with no pier, so generally you will need to paddle into the water, normally about knee-height, before climbing the steps onto the boat. Depending on the weather, the trip will take around 30 to 45 minutes before finally reaching the designated pier on the island.

How to Get Around in Nusa Penida

Is public transportation available there? Unfortunately, no.

As Nusa Penida is huge, you will need private transport to discover the beauty of this magnificent island. Rent a motorbike, which normally starts from 70,000 rupiah per day, but may go as far as 250,000 rupiah a day when demand is high.

How to travel to Nusa Penida

Road in Nusa Penida | Photo Source : ( Wundersoul )

Roads are pretty bad and accidents may happen. Don’t forget to get a helmet or even better, bring your own. Check if you have enough petrol as you don’t want to be stuck with an empty tank, stranded in the middle of the island. If by any chance you get a flat tyre, a bengkel (or bike workshop) is normally available in every village. However, get ready to pay some extra cash.

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