Nusa Penida Day Tour

Discover the best of Nusa Penida on this tour that takes you to the most epic sights. Marvel at the cliffs and waters of Angel’s Billabong and Kelingking Beach, and take some awesome photos at Broken Beach and Crystal Bay Beach.

You’ll also hike the bright blue stairs to Peguyangan Waterfall — the most challenging, yet rewarding, hike in Nusa Penida. It’s a must-see for nature lovers!

Manta Point

One of the most popular spots on Nusa Penida is Manta Point, a rocky underwater location where scuba divers can see manta rays hovering over the cleaning station. The cleaner fish here remove parasites from the mantas so that they can swim free. The scuba divers can watch this activity from the safety of a boat.

The cliffs at this location are spectacularly shaped and the water is clear. This is why it’s often referred to as the ‘natural infinity pool’. It is recommended to go here in the early morning to avoid crowds and the steep climb down the cliffs.

This place has become a bit of an Instagram hotspot so don’t be surprised to find large groups of tourists here. The best way to visit this spot is to book a Nusa Penida tour that includes a visit here and also the Thousand Island viewpoint, Rumah Pohon Tree House and Tembeling Natural Pool.

Crystal Bay Beach

Located on the west side of Nusa Penida, Crystal Bay Beach offers calm waters for swimming or snorkeling. Its colorful coral reefs are home to a kaleidoscope of marine creatures. The water is also a safe haven for neophytes and seasoned snorkelers alike.

The beach is one of the few that faces west, so it’s a popular spot for watching sunsets on Nusa Penida. The small rocky island and countless fishing boats make for a beautiful backdrop as the sun dips behind the horizon in a gorgeous shade of pink and orange. Local warungs line the sand, offering ice cold beer to enjoy with a view.

Those who prefer to stay above sea level can stroll over to Pandan Beach for a more peaceful escape. The powdery white sand and swaying palm trees are the perfect setting to relax or meditate. Alternatively, you can rent a bike or scooter to explore the nearby villages and learn about the rich culture of Nusa Penida.

Kelingking Beach

Located on the island’s western coast, Kelingking Beach is one of Nusa Penida’s most popular attractions. This rocky cliff-backed beach has gained popularity thanks to Instagrammers and travelers who flock here for awe-inspiring views, drone photography, and the chance to hike down to the beach itself.

Most people visit Kelingking Beach to enjoy the breathtaking scenery from the viewpoint instead of venturing down to swim. Multiple restaurants line the entrance to the viewing spot, making it easy to eat while enjoying the seaside views. For the adventurous, there are hundreds of stairs forming the spine of the “T-rex” that you can walk down to reach the actual beach.

It’s best to rent a scooter to get around the island, but if you’re not comfortable driving in Nusa Penida, it’s also possible to book a driver at the harbor for about 600,000 IDR per day. However, this is a bit more expensive and you won’t have as much freedom with your itinerary.

Broken Beach

Located on the western coast of Nusa Penida, Broken Beach is a natural wonder that captivates visitors with its ethereal beauty. Its unique geological formations and dramatic coastline scenery enchant tourists from around the world. Also known as Pasih Uug, this incredible natural attraction offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

In addition to the beauty of the area, Broken Beach is home to a variety of exotic hidden spots that will challenge your adventurous spirit. During your trip to Broken Beach, you will have the opportunity to explore several charming hidden beaches and enjoy the spectacular evening sky with its beautiful colors.

It is best to arrive before 10 am to avoid crowds and heat at the beach. In addition, you should bring a large backpack and day bag to store your personal belongings. It is also a good idea to wear a helmet and follow local traffic rules. If you are not comfortable driving a scooter, hiring a driver is a good option.nusa penida day tour