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Nusa Penida island

Located at the southeastern tip of Bali Island which is included in the Klungkung Regency area. Nusa Penida is one of the two islands in Bali,Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan, of the three islands, Nusa Penida has the most extensive area. Unlike the tourist areas in Bali, Nusa Penida has many hills and cliffs, so this island is a unique and different tourist destination. For those of you who are vacationing in Bali but want to feel the atmosphere is different, then you are highly recommended to visit Nusa Penida Island. Not only hills, in Nusa Penida there is also a beautiful beach with blue sea water surrounded by cliffs and rocks that make the Beach in Nusa Penida a beach that tourists want to visit. There are many beautiful and charming places that you can visit on Nusa Penida.

Pasih Uug (Broken Beach)

Pasih Uug Nusa Penida is like an ocean that is separated from the open ocean, sea water that enters through a rock cliff bridge and is trapped between coral cliffs, which then form a large natural pool with a cliff height of about 50-200 meters. Pasih Uug or Broken Beach is a very unique area, from its name is defined as a damaged beach, but this tourist area is actually a unique and interesting place. This beach is not much different from Uluwatu Temple, but on this beach there are no temples and monkeys like in Uluwatu which makes this beach no less beautiful than Uluwatu. There are cliffs that form tunnels or large holes as if the shape is broken, and above this big hole like forming a bridge. When looking at the ocean, you can see the expanse of blue sea and also see the number of stingrays swimming freely. Pasih This Uug is located in Banjar Sumpang, Bunga Mekar Village or more precisely in the western part of Nusa Penida.

Crystal Bay

The name Crystal Bay Nusa Penida is indeed used because it is adapted to very clear water conditions that make visitors name this place by the name Crystal Bay. Not only has crystal clear water, this beach also has an amazing underwater nature so this beach is used as a location for snorkeling and scuba diving by tourists. The coral reefs on this beach are home to a variety of beautiful fish and other marine animals, and also on this beach you can see Mola – mola but if you are lucky you can swim with sunfish. Not only the beautiful underwater scenery, this beach also has a land landscape that is no less impressive with a vast expanse of sand with a coastline that reaches 1 kilometer and surrounded by the presence of small atolls and green hills that refresh the eyes. You can also find the uniqueness on this beach, there is a small island not far from the beach location where the island has a size of no less than 1 hectare. The existence of this tiny island is a natural breakwater in this place so that visitors can freely do snorkeling activities at Crystal Bay Beach.

Angle’s Billabong

Angel’s Billabong Nusa Penida is one of the interesting sights in Nusa Penida, where this place is one of the most amazing hidden places in Nusa Penida which is located close to Pasih Uug. This place was nicknamed Angel’s Billabong by foreign tourists who found this place, he was fascinated by the charm of its beauty. Angel’s which means bidadarinya Nusa Penida, and Billabong in English means the end of a river that is dead end. Angel’s Billabong is formed from a cliff that splits and forms a large river with clear water. The clear and clear water that empties into it makes you able to see the riverbed with your naked eyes and the growth of green moss plants around the reef – the corals make Angel’s Billabong Nusa Penida seem more natural. Not many people know the exact location of Angel’s Bilabong, so if you want to visit here you should ask the local residents.

Kelingking Beach

The steep cliffs, which look like whales, are on the Kelingking beach of Nusa Penida or known as the Teb Dawa Reef. Pinkie or secret point is under the cliff and access to the bottom makes it difficult for visitors. But visitors can enjoy the view from the top of the cliff, the view of the white sand that adorns the beach and the waves of sea water that directly hit the cliffs around the beach. If you want to capture the moment here, you must be careful because you stand on a high cliff that has not been provided with a barrier. Kelingking Beach Hunter says that to get to the shore it takes an hour and access is taken down the cliff along 150 meters. There is no printed road access yet, it is still natural and the road is quite squiggly and rather steep but quite safe because the hard limestone road is not slippery even after rain. The cliffs of Paluang or Karang Dawa, that’s how the local people named it. even they are not too familiar with the name Kelingking Beach, because it is known as Karang Dawa Beach, the name is the same as the location of this beach, which is in Karang Dawa Hamlet.

Atuh Beach

Atuh Beach is a beach that offers the beauty of soft white sand stretching along 500 meters with beautiful natural conditions and truly still virgin and hidden. From the top of the hill the scenery that is presented is similar to Rajaampat with small islands on the edge of the beach, with its water which is bright blue and very nice to look at. If you want to visit Atuh Beach, you can explore the cliffs of Metintang on the south coast. The footpath along the cliff for about 1km cannot be crossed by motorbikes because there are occasional large rocks that cross.

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