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Nusa Penida

"After we arrived at his house, we set off immediately. on the scooter we went to Crystal Bay. Muscular white beach with beautiful clear blue water. There are probably nice pictures on Google. Eaten something there and back on the scooter. The first day was almost over, because we went to bed early. The following day was a ceremony day and everyone was free from work and school. Komang went with us to the east side of the island, where we went to a beach whose name I don't remember. Will check later. First we had an unparalleled view of the cliffs, the rocks, the beach and the sea. Then we had to make a tough descent to get to the beach, where we had a short swim. This was the easternmost point of the day, so back to the north.After we arrived at his house, we set off immediately. on the scooter we went to Crystal Bay. Muscular white beach with beautiful clear blue water. There are probably nice pictures on Google. Eaten something there and back on the scooter. The first day was almost over, because we went to bed early. The following day was a ceremony day and everyone was free from work and school. Komang went with us to the east side of the island, where we went to a beach whose name I don't remember. Will check later. First we had an unparalleled view of the cliffs, the rocks, the beach and the sea. Then we had to make a tough descent to get to the beach, where we had a short swim. This was the easternmost point of the day, so back to the north."
 

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          Nusa Penida is 45 minutes by boat from Sanur, but there are far fewer tourists than in Bali. You can still see the real Indonesian life. The harbor of this island is on the north side, where most hotel accommodations are. There is one asphalted main road across the island. The rest of the roads consist of a lot of gravel, deep potholes and large boulders, making reaching the most beautiful places can be a challenge. The sights of Nusa Penida are amazingly beautiful. The island has breathtaking, rugged coastlines, hidden bays and crystal clear water. The island is incredibly green with palm trees as far as you can see. The cliffs are spectacular and the water blue. It does not have the easy, sloping beaches like Bali, but there are a number of beaches that are worth visiting.
In het binnenland vind je een verzameling van met groen bedekte heuvels, die verdacht veel lijken op de landschappen uit het gelijknamige televisieprogramma Teletubbies. De highlights van Nudsa Penida:

Crystal Bay Beach
Crystal Bay Beach is the most visited beach and is closest to the harbor (30 minutes). It is most accessible and is also close to Atuh beach. It is a secluded bay with a 200-meter stretch of sand on the west coast. The beach is lined with palms. There are a few parasol-shaded sunbeds and bean bags here to watch the sunset, if you stay here for a few nights. Crystal Bay is the perfect place for snorkeling. The water is calm and the bay is a famous place to spot the Mola Mola fish.
The sea is safe for swimming near the coast and during quieter tides, with crystal clear water (hence the name). Divers praise the excellent visibility, sometimes up to 30 meters.

 

Atuh Beach
Atuh Beach is a quiet beach on the east side of the island. Because it is so remote, you will not find any day tourists from Bali here. It is a rough ride and a short walk to the beach, but this incredible little bay is well worth it! Atuh Beach is one of the most beautiful places on the island and is undoubtedly worth the long trip.
When you get there, you have a breathtaking view of the beach on top of the cliff. The stairs down is a bit steep. Once down there is a beautiful white beach at your feet. Along the way you pass sellers of coconuts, nasi goreng, snacks and drinks.

Diamond Beach
Diamond Beach has sand that is whiter than white and the sea bluer than blue. The beach is completely surrounded by limestone rocks and palm trees. Just 5 minutes from the parking lot you stand at a vantage point in the middle of Atuh Beach and Diamond Beach.
The view from the top on Diamond Beach is one directly from the postcards. A beautiful white beach, silky blue water, limestone and palm trees create a dream destination. The beach can be reached via a staircase cut out of the rocks, so that you are on the sand within 20 minutes. Unfortunately, the water at Diamond beach is very turbulent, which makes swimming too dangerous. In addition, the waves contain many coral remains. You can cool off, but swimming is not recommended.

Kelingking Beach
Kelingking Beach is one of the largest attractions in Nusa Penida. From the top of the cliff you look out over the particularly shaped rock formation in the shape of a T-rex dinosaur's head. At the foot you will find a deserted white sandy beach. The spicy walk down takes about 45 minutes. The path is narrow and has a deep abyss on both sides. Both down and up, it is a challenge, but you will be rewarded with a beautiful tropical beach.
 

 

Angels Billabong
This is a naturally formed lagoon and a magnet on the island. Angels Billabong is located on the west coast of Nusa Penida. Angels Billabong is a rock formation on the edge of a cliff, where water flows. It is possible to climb down the rock and take a dip in the water. Be careful along the sharp rocks and put on water shoes to cover your feet. Do not go down when it is flood. The combination of hard waves from the rough ocean and erratic rocks is then too dangerous.

Broken Beach
Broken beach is a special part of Nusa Penida and is only a 5-minute walk from Angels Billabong. The natural bridge extends over turquoise waters that run in and out of the natural arch, hence the name Broken Beach. It seems as if a large fist has made a hole in the ground here, creating a huge gap with a small hole where the sea water flows in.

Manta Point en Manta Bay
Giant manta rays, 2 to 3 meters wide, swim in the sea around Nusa Penida. Manta Point and Manta Bay are the two most important hotspots to encounter the giant manta. Here you can swim or dive with giant manta rays. There is a coral block at two places along the island above which there is a current where manta rays wash. Note, the sea can be quite rough. The best time to swim here is from September to June, when the sea is usually a bit calmer. You can arrange a snorkeling or diving excursion on site.Giant manta rays, 2 to 3 meters wide, swim in the sea around Nusa Penida. Manta Point and Manta Bay are the two most important hotspots to encounter the giant manta. Here you can swim or dive with giant manta rays. There is a coral block at two places along the island above which there is a current where manta rays wash. Note, the sea can be quite rough. The best time to swim here is from September to June, when the sea is usually a bit calmer. You can arrange a snorkeling or diving excursion on site.


From a travelogue:

"The whole of Nusa Penida has few tourists. But the tourists that are there, stay in the north. The children in the east are all very enthusiastic when they are us and often wave goodbye. Especially Nadieh with her blonde hair stands out. To the east point of the island is not far, but the driving is very slow, as asphalt alternates with rock, rubble and sand. In addition, there are quite a lot of steep slopes, so driving is fun but still quite challenging."

 


Hotel Arsa Santhi

Situated in the Nusa Penida area, Hotel Arsa Santhi Nusa Penida is the perfect place to experience Bali and its surroundings. Only 60 km away, this 3-star property can be easily accessed from the airport. With its convenient location, the property offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
Hotel Arsa Santhi Nusa Penida offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Bali. While lodging at this wonderful property, guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour room service, 24-hour security, daily housekeeping, ticket service.
Experience high quality room facilities during your stay here. Some rooms include closet, air conditioning, balcony/terrace to help guests recharge after a long day. The property offers wonderful recreational facilities such as boats, snorkeling, outdoor pool, diving, fishing to make your stay truly unforgettable. Hotel Arsa Santhi Nusa Penida is an ideal place of stay for travelers seeking charm, comfort, and convenience in Bali.

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