Nusa Penida is the largest of three islands off the south eastern coast of Bali, the others being Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan
There are many quiet and secluded white sand beaches along the north and northwest coasts of Nusa Penida. Other geographical highlights include limestone caves, spectacular high coastal cliffs with karst formations and offshore pinnacles in the south and east, and rugged hill tops in the high centre.
Places of interest:
Kelingking Beach is sure to be the most spectaclur place to see with its incredibly white sand and turquoise waters enclosed by a steep cliff and headland shape like a dinosaur head.
Broken Beach (Pasih uug) is a large cave that has lost its roof over time. Watch from above as the water come in with the tide, it has a small beach but this cannot be accessed by land. A great place to take photos and giant mantas can sometimes been seen swimming in the sea below.
Angel Billabong is about a further 200 metres away, it is a natural infinity pool – best viewed at low tide. Caution be careful when climbing down to take a swim.
Crystal Bay, is a stunning white sand beach at Banjar Penida west of Sakti village on the north western coast facing Nusa Ceningan. Perfect clear waters and excellent for snorkeling, its Nusa Pendia’s most famous & truly idyllic spot.