Nusa Penida Island is a treasure not to be missed when you’re in Bali. This time around, I want to take you with me on an adventure to Nusa Penida, situated to the southeast of Bali. This island is loaded with incredible attractions: beaches, cliffs, and astonishing natural beauty that holds its own against Bali’s main island. And its beautiful seas make it a paradise for those who love water activities, whether it’s diving deep, snorkeling, boat-riding, surfing, or simply chilling on the beach.
What has really made Nusa Penida a hit in the social media world are its Instagram-worthy spots. Imagine a treehouse with a backdrop of the beautiful sea and numerous cliffs or capturing that perfect shot with the T-Rex cliff at Kelingking Beach. Or perhaps splashing in the waves at Diamond Beach, one of the island’s most happening beaches, is more your thing.
For this trip, I stayed in Nusa Penida for two days and one night, chasing landmarks around the island. I promise you, each place is not just beautiful, but also offers great shots and views. So, come and follow in our footsteps! You won’t be disappointed. Curious to know what it’s really like? Keep reading for the full review!
How many days should you spend on Nusa Penida Island?
If you’re planning a trip to Nusa Penida Island, it’s crucial to plan wisely. Especially for those who are considering a day trip from Bali, let me tell you straight: you might miss out on some key highlights if you just go for a day. The island is packed with numerous attractions and most are considerably far apart. Driving from one place to another can take almost an hour! Plus, each site often requires a fair amount of time to explore, especially as many require trekking down cliffs to reach the beaches. Therefore, I would recommend spending at least 2 days and 1 night here to fully experience the landmarks and various places on the island. This way, you can do it all in one go! You can check out my itinerary below. But if you’re short on time and still want to visit for a day, perhaps try selecting only the places you really want to go and ask your driver if it’s feasible and whether the timing works.
2 Day 1 Night Itinerary on Nusa Penida Island
My itinerary on Nusa Penida Island spans 2 days and 1 night. This gives us enough time to breathe, slow down, and immerse ourselves in the ambiance of the various attractions, while also ensuring we cover all the landmarks on the island. If you’re staying for 2 days and 1 night, I suggest exploring the island one side at a time, be it the left or the right first.
My recommended plan of action? Start on day one by visiting the farthest right side of the island, then gradually make your way to the left, finishing up on day two, just in time to catch the ferry (from the left-side port where we started) back to Bali. I can confidently say that this plan worked well for me and you can simply give this itinerary to your driver to follow. It’s as simple as that! Hahaha.
|Itinerary / Attractions in Nusa Penida
|– Diamond Beach
– Atuh Beach)
– Rumah Pohon ‘Tree House’
– Tembeling Beach and Forest
ที่พัก: Bintang Penida Resort)
|– Paluang Cliff
– Kelingking Beach
– Angel Billabong
– Broken Beach
– Crystal Bay Beach
This is just a specific plan for Nusa Penida Island. I also have a comprehensive Bali itinerary that includes all areas: Central Bali, North Bali, West Bali, and South Bali, which I’ve carefully reviewed separately. If you want to fully experience Bali, feel free to continue reading.
How to get to Nusa Penida Island
Sanur Port <-> Nusa Penida Island
The only option to travel to Nusa Penida Island is by taking a ferry from Sanur Port, which is located on Sanur Beach. You can buy tickets at the port, or, for your convenience, you can book tickets in advance from the Klook website. Klook offers several ferry service providers to choose from, including packages with car rental and a driver. I chose to book a package that included the ferry ticket and a driver to take us around Nusa Penida Island, and it was fantastic! The advantage of booking online in advance, like I did, is that you don’t have to rush to the port to book anything, or search for a driver on the island – believe me, it’s very hectic.
However, if you haven’t booked in advance, you can choose and buy tickets directly at the port. Around the area, there are many ferry services offering their services and calling customers to buy tickets. It feels like our local bus terminal, where employees are standing and waving to get you to buy tickets. The atmosphere here is just like that! If you haven’t booked online tickets, you can choose and buy tickets from any provider you like at the port. Ferries from Bali to Nusa Penida Island operate from morning till evening, so you can choose your preferred time.
Recommended Hotel Near Sanur Port
Sri Phala Resort & Villa
Whether you are on a day trip or staying for several days, the recommended ferry timing is to choose the earliest outbound trip in the morning and the latest return trip in the evening, so you can make the most of your day. The ferry journey from Sanur Beach to Nusa Penida Island is best taken early, so everyone should allow time to arrive at the port before the ferry departs. For those who are taking the morning ferry like I did, it would be great to find accommodation near the port the night before your trip. This can save a lot of travel time to the port.
The night before I took the ferry to Nusa Penida Island, I chose to stay at Sri Phala Resort & Villa. The location is near Sanur Beach Port, within a relaxed walking distance. The hotel is excellent, not expensive, comfortable to stay in, and the best part is, we could wake up in the morning and walk to the ferry. The night before we took the ferry, we could inform the hotel reception that we would be taking an early morning ferry and they could prepare a boxed breakfast for us. It’s a great hotel! If you want to book, you can do it here.
The last thing I would like to advise everyone before taking the ferry is to wear ‘shorts’ and ‘flip-flops’. This is because the port isn’t a typical one with a jetty extending into the sea. Instead, the boats dock along the beach, and we have to walk into the sea to board the boat. Rest assured, if you are wearing long pants, they will surely get wet before you board the boat.
As for those concerned about luggage, like I initially was, you don’t have to worry about carrying your luggage onto the boat yourself. There will be crew members on the boat who will help you carry your large bags onto the boat. So it’s quite convenient.
Getting Around in Nusa Penida Island
On Nusa Penida Island, there is no public transportation available, nor are there cars for self-drive rental. It’s worth noting that the roads on the island are relatively narrow and quite challenging to navigate, even more so than in Bali. The majority of the routes are uphill and downhill, with some parts being extremely steep and narrow. Therefore, there are two main ways to get around the island:
- Renting a motorbike – This option is very popular among tourists, especially those who are proficient at riding motorbikes. The roads on the island are very narrow, and in some places, only one vehicle can pass at a time. Additionally, the road quality isn’t great, with rough surfaces and potholes, not to mention constant uphill and downhill routes. This can be more challenging than the roads in Bali. Therefore, this option might not be suitable for those who are not confident motorbike riders.
- Renting a private car with a driver – This is another option I would recommend. It offers comfort, a personal driver, and significantly more safety than riding a motorbike. Renting a car with a driver is straightforward and can be done through Klook. One advantage of pre-booking a car with a driver is that once you disembark the boat, your driver will be waiting for you at the pier with a sign bearing your name. Once you’ve met, they will take you to the car and start the tour immediately, making it very convenient.
As for the tour plan, you can specify your preferred destinations when booking. One great advantage I found during my trip was that the driver would help manage the tour plan, for instance, adjusting the timing to avoid large tour groups or recommending the best times to visit particular sites. They can suggest changes to the plan to ensure you have the most enjoyable trip and visit all the places you want. However, it’s important to note that car rental with a driver usually has a time limit of 10 hours per day. If you exceed this, you’ll need to pay extra for the additional time.
Regarding accommodation on the island, car rental with a driver does not include overnight stays. You can book hotels separately through OTAs like Agoda or Booking.com and simply inform your driver about your accommodation. They will drop you off at your hotel at the end of the day and pick you up the following day for continued exploration. It’s very easy and convenient!
DAY 1 in Nusa Penida:
After I crossed over to Nusa Penida Island and hopped into the vehicle, our driver started our trip with the first destination being Diamond Beach, one of the most popular beaches on Nusa Penida Island, renowned for its breathtaking beauty reminiscent of heaven on earth. With a beautiful beach atmosphere and the iconic sight of a large, diamond-like rock standing proudly in the middle of the azure sea, alongside fine, white sandy beaches, it’s no wonder this location is a hit among Instagrammers. The view from the high point of the path leading down to Diamond Beach, visible right from the beach entrance, is absolutely stunning. This first impression of Nusa Penida left me completely impressed.
Oh, and because Diamond Beach is located at the bottom of a high cliff, there are two ways to visit: the first option is to exert some energy and climb down to the beach for an absolutely stunning view, and the second is for content creators looking for the perfect picture. Whichever method suits you best, let’s give it a try!
Starting with option 1, which involves walking down to the beach. If you want to swim, feel the soft sand, and enjoy the blue sea and the dramatic waves, I recommend choosing this option. But be warned, this method can be physically demanding as the path down to the beach is extremely steep and winding, following the contours of the cliff. The excitement lies in the final stretch where there are no railings and at times, you have to hold onto a rope and carefully climb down over the rocks instead of using stairs. If you think this sounds easy as peeling a banana, want beautiful photos, or want to chill on the beach, I recommend making the effort to descend. It’s totally worth it!
I didn’t miss the chance to climb down to the beach. Once there and seeing the view and atmosphere below, it’s absolutely worth the effort. From the high viewpoint above, when you get up close and personal with the beach below, it’s incredibly beautiful. The stark contrast of the white beach with the incredibly clear blue sea and the violent waves crashing against the shore along with the sound of the wind hitting your skin create an impressive and touching atmosphere. What I noticed is that most people who make the climb are Westerners who can’t wait to strip off their clothes and rush into the sea to play with the waves. It’s really great. I also didn’t miss the chance to run into the waves. After a while, it was tiring but fun too.
Option 2 is for those who want to take pictures and get content, without focusing on walking down to tire themselves. I suggest that we walk down the stairs just a little bit. This spot has an Instagrammable angle of the stairway that everyone who visits must take a photo with the high-angle background of the beach and a clear view of the diamond-like rock. However, to take photos here, you must quickly take your photos and move on or walk back up because the stairway is rather narrow and is also used by most tourists to ascend and descend from the beach below. Therefore, once you get a satisfying shot, you can just take photos from this spot and then move on.
After a short walk across from Diamond Beach, there is another beach called Atuh Beach, where you have to descend to the beach area via stairs. Given the amount of energy I had expended earlier climbing down to Diamond Beach, I chose not to make the descent this time. Instead, I opted to chill at a small local shack selling coconut water, savoring the refreshing drink while indulging in the scenic ocean views. The view from above was just as breathtaking.
The difference between Atuh Beach and Diamond Beach is that Atuh Beach is lined with beach chairs and numerous stalls offering services where you can relax and enjoy some food by the sea. Besides, there is an extremely popular photo spot: a swing on the beach that, when the tide is high, appears to be floating in the middle of the sea, with the stunning view of the mountains in the background. This spot is quite popular for people to take pictures.
Overall, Atuh Beach is suitable for relaxing and enjoying the beach atmosphere. For those who are tired from climbing and descending at Diamond Beach, you can rest and get something to eat here. The atmosphere is as relaxing and the beauty rivals that of Diamond Beach. If you feel too lazy to walk down, you can also sit and enjoy the view from a high point like I did.
Rumah Pohon ‘Tree House’
A short, less than 5 minutes drive brought us to the next destination, Rumah Pohon ‘Tree House’, another famous landmark of Nusa Penida that’s hugely popular on Instagram. I believe that anyone looking for a review of Bali travel or Nusa Penida would have come across pictures of this treehouse with beautiful sea views in the background.
Let me clarify that Rumah Pohon ‘Tree House’ is divided into several sections, including accommodations for tourists, viewing points, and various photo spots that you can explore at your leisure. The highlight I was aiming for today was the ‘Tree House’ located on the edge of a cliff overlooking the sea. This spot is the main highlight where people love to pose for pictures on the wooden staircase with a backdrop of the sea and stunning rocks.
The reason for the popularity of the treehouse is quite interesting. Initially, this house was just a regular accommodation. However, someone started taking photos here, and it became a hit, turning this place into a photo spot and a source of income. If you want to take pictures at this spot, you will have to pay an entrance fee. The fee is around 75,000 Rupiah (~$5) for just 2 minutes of photo time, which is quite expensive! But if you have come all this way, it might be worth it to get that iconic shot.
From my own personal experience and immersion into the true atmosphere, let me share some tips for anyone who might want to follow in my footsteps and capture this particular photo spot. Before ascending, I would advise everyone to scope out their desired position and pre-plan your pose. Once you get up there, they will immediately start a timer. When it hits 2 minutes, a whistle is blown loudly, and you’re asked to descend immediately – pretty ruthless, honestly.
In my opinion, the cost to photograph at this spot is pretty steep for a strict 2-minute limit – it’s a bit too rushed for comfort. There’s even someone stationed to keep time. I have to admit, it feels incredibly tense and pressured. For those who aren’t too concerned with capturing photos, or feel it’s not worth almost $5 for a single shot, you can totally skip this spot. The price is steep, the time is short, and there’s usually a long queue of people waiting their turn. However, if you’re determined to collect that authentic Bali feeling, then it’s a must-visit spot. My recommendation is to come early in the morning. I’ve heard from my Thai friends that if you come early, there’s no time restriction because there aren’t many people around. It’s worth giving it a shot!
Aside from the Tree House, there’s another incredibly beautiful spot – the Thousand Islands Viewpoint. It’s a high vantage point from where you can see the sea and a cluster of small and large islands. If you observe closely, you can witness another side of the beautiful Diamond Beach from here. It’s another gorgeous photo spot, and the best part is, you don’t have to pay an entry or photography fee. Cool, isn’t it?
Tembeling Beach and Forest
To conclude the first day of our Nusa Penida trip, we visited Tembeling Beach and Forest, a slightly offbeat location from our usual itinerary for the day. It took us almost an hour to reach from the Tree House. I personally haven’t seen many tourists visiting and reviewing this place. But after finding some stunning pictures of this place on Google Maps, I just had to fit it into our plans.
Tembeling Beach and Forest is a small, hidden beach located at the foot of a cliff on the west coast of the island. The highlight here is the natural pool where we could indulge in a pure natural atmosphere. The journey to Tembeling Beach and Forest is quite challenging. If you rent a car like I did, you won’t be able to drive it all the way in. There’s a parking area at the entrance and from there, we can take a local’s motorbike to the beach for about 80,000 rupiah (~5.32) per person. They wait to take us back to the car park as well. The path inside is really rugged, the roads are extremely narrow and in poor condition with lots of potholes. If you’re not very confident with riding a motorbike, I highly discourage going this way.
After being dropped off by the local, we had to walk for about 15 more minutes following a path that winds through the mountains. The path was pretty well-maintained. On the way, we came across a small pond and Pura Taman Panca Gangga, a Balinese-style shrine built by the locals for worship, with typical Balinese sculptures. From there, it’s not far to the beach, surrounded by a great number of boulders, giving it the feeling of a hidden beach with a peaceful atmosphere and very few tourists compared to other popular spots on the island.
Of course, the highlight here is the small blue pool located by the sea. The pool is man-made, with natural water flowing through it, making it less salty than the sea. It’s refreshing to dip into this pool, especially after a tiring day of exploring. As the cool water hits your skin, it feels so refreshing and invigorating, a perfect way to relieve fatigue from a day of sightseeing.
Laying still in the water, surrendering to the true nature, and embraced by the surrounding forest is a marvelous way to refresh both body and soul. It’s like your body goes into a real downtime and relaxation mode. Especially when this pool is so close to the sea, the sound of waves soothes your senses, making you feel extremely relaxed.
I enjoyed the pool for a while before walking back to meet our driver to take us back to the parking spot. From there, our personal driver took us back to the hotel. This concludes the first, exhausting yet exciting and memorable day on Nusa Penida.
Bintang Penida Resort
If you’re planning a trip to Nusa Penida Island and wondering where to stay, I’d suggest picking accommodation in the heart of the island. It places you between your Day 1 and Day 2 travel plans, making it easier to explore the next day. You need not worry about how to get to the hotel, as you can inform the driver upon booking where you’ll be staying, and they’ll pick you up and drop you off – it’s incredibly convenient!
On this trip, I chose to stay at Bintang Penida Resort. I made this choice after scrolling through various online travel agent (OTA) websites and noticing that this resort had excellent reviews but at a very affordable price. One reason I didn’t opt for a more expensive hotel is that throughout the day, we hardly stay at the hotel. Our plan is to go out and explore. So, this time, the focus was on choosing a hotel with a convenient location, good reviews, and budget-friendly pricing.
As for the Bintang Penida Resort, I found it to be extremely wallet-friendly – I managed to get a room for just $21 a night. At this price, you get to stay in an individual bungalow, giving you a sense of privacy. The spacious room comes with all the necessary amenities, a comfortable large bed, and a clean and generously-sized bathroom. Plus, they provide all the electrical appliances you need, such as a refrigerator and TV – perfect for a night’s rest for anyone visiting the island.
And besides the affordable rates and comfortable rooms, they provide breakfast too! It’s a set menu, and you can choose one dish, served with fruit and coffee. Overall, it’s excellent value for money. If you’re crossing over to visit Nusa Penida Island and looking for good accommodation, I highly recommend Bintang Penida Resort.
Day 2 in Nusa Penida:
Let’s get started with the first stop on the second day at Paluang Cliff. This stunning viewpoint is one of the top highlights, boasting a massive boat-shaped structure jutting out from the cliff where you can sit and snap pictures amidst the beautiful backdrop of Kelingking Beach, also known as T-Rex Bay, looming behind. I had initially planned to start our day at Kelingking Beach, but our insightful driver suggested visiting here first to avoid the crowd that gathers later in the day at this viewpoint.
Paluang Cliff is situated on the southwestern part of Nusa Penida, close to Kelingking Beach. It’s another breathtaking vantage point that competes with others on the island in terms of beauty and charm. To take pictures atop this cliff, there’s an entrance fee of 30,000 IDR (~$2), which covers all the photo spots here. The standout feature is the wooden boat that extends towards the sea, providing a full view of the T-Rex Bay. Trust me when I say the pictures you get here are stunningly beautiful. Additionally, there’s a massive, stone-carved giant hand where you can stand on the palm and capture photos with the island’s shoreline in the background – it’s incredibly cool!
From this viewpoint, if you’re blessed with sharp eyes, you can spot manta rays swimming near the water surface close to Kelingking Beach, where other tourists are boating and diving. Even from this high vantage point, I could see the manta rays clearly. Can’t help but feel a tinge of envy for those diving up close – they must be getting a very intimate view of the manta rays.
After enjoying the distant view of Kelingking Beach from Paluang Cliff, it was time to get up close and personal with the T-Rex ridge, the famous nickname of the majestic cliff on Kelingking Beach. This cliff and its accompanying beach have become an iconic symbol of the island, affectionately known to us Thais as ‘T-Rex Cliff’ which resembles a dinosaur’s head jutting out into the sea when viewed from a high vantage point.
Now, for those who are mainly interested in capturing the iconic T-Rex ridge in their photos, you don’t actually need to descend to Kelingking Beach. You can simply take stunning pictures from the path leading down to the beach, which is an A-Must Photo spot that everyone should capture.
To be honest, I was deeply impressed by my driver. When we arrived here, he guided me to a spot on the bridge leading downwards and pointed out where I would get the most spectacular view of the T-Rex ridge. Our driver was absolutely delightful.
For the more adventurous, if you have made it all the way to Bali, then you should take the journey to the final destination. I would suggest walking down the pathway leading to the beach. However, be warned, it is a steep and long walk down. From what I can estimate, it would probably take about an hour for the round trip. From where I stood, I could see quite a number of tourists making their way down to the beach. And from the looks of it, the view from down there must be breathtaking with the white sandy beach and the clear blue sea. I assure you it will be worth every step of the way.
All in all, Kelingking Beach, or T-Rex Cliff, is another highlight of Nusa Penida Island. Apart from taking beautiful photos and admiring the view of the T-Rex ridge, the spot is perfect for watching the sunset. You can watch the sky gradually transition from orange to red, and then darkness sets in after the sun dips below the horizon, creating a stunning spectacle against the sea and sky. I can’t help but imagine how incredibly romantic it would be. For those who would love to watch the sunset, you may want to plan your visit in the late afternoon. Enjoy!
After another half an hour drive, we arrived at Angel Billabong, a hidden natural pool tucked away along the coast. It’s linked to the open sea through a narrow passage. When the sea is calm and the tide is low, the water in the pool is as crystal clear as one could imagine. But when the tide rises and the waves get fierce, let me tell you, it’s terrifying. The waves surge into the pool, sweeping everything out to the sea. Normally, tourists are allowed to swim in the pool when there are no waves, but recently it was closed due to accidents from sudden wave surges while people were swimming in the pool.
The Angel Billabong got its name from a local legend. Locals believe that this place is where the angels bathe. The pool, embraced by the surrounding rocks, was formed by the relentless erosion of seawater over time, evolving into a pool-like depression we see today.
When I got there, it was around noon. Boy, was it blazing hot, like descending into hell’s kitchen. But no doubt about it, it was stunningly beautiful. What truly fascinated me wasn’t the pool itself, but the magnificent coastline stretching out, accompanied by the pounding sea waves. It was incredibly beautiful. It reminded me of Australia. Which isn’t too surprising, considering Australia isn’t all that far from Bali after all!
Next to Angel Billabong, there’s another hidden gem nestled in the rock crevices – Broken Beach, or as the locals call it, ‘Pasih Uug’. Broken Beach is an extraordinary beach, more like a deep, vast pit surrounded by towering cliffs, where we stand and marvel at the geological wonder. This landscape has been formed over the years by the relentless erosion of seawater, gradually creating a wide hole that looks like a stone bridge crossing a water channel. The seawater has moved and formed a beach inside, offering the most beautiful views at sunset. As the sun descends, its rays pass through this gap, creating a mesmerizing spectacle that you simply must witness!
Broken Beach also has its own local legend dating back to ancient times. A significant event occurred in a village that once stood in this area. A giant snake infiltrated the village, instilling massive fear amongst the villagers. Together, the villagers managed to kill the snake, distributing its meat throughout the community. At the same time, an old man entered the village, questioning the villagers about the snake’s killing. He pleaded with them not to kill the snake, but the villagers didn’t pay any heed and proceeded with their plan. Shortly after, the old man who initially advocated for the snake’s life picked up a stick (some say it was a coconut branch), planted it into the ground, and asked the villagers to try pulling it out. None of them were able to do so. Ultimately, the old man himself yanked out the stick effortlessly, and in an instant, the entire village sank. Water gushed into the path left by the removed stick, sweeping away all the houses and villagers, leaving nothing behind but the beach we see today. Since then, nobody has ever seen the old man or the villagers again.
If you’re visiting Nusa Penida, you should absolutely take the time to admire the natural beauty of Broken Beach. Although we can’t climb down to the sea below, I assure you, walking around the rim and looking down at the sea beneath offers a breathtaking experience. The grandeur and beauty of nature here are truly phenomenal. If you’re planning a visit, consider timing it for late afternoon or evening until sunset. It’s arguably more beautiful than during the day when I visited – not to mention, a lot less hot, trust me!
The final stop on our tour of the island before hopping on a boat back to Bali was Crystal Bay. This beach is renowned as one of the best places on Nusa Penida Island for both shallow and deep water diving. You can literally peek into an underwater world! Plus, it’s one of the most beautiful spots to witness an enchanting sunset. Crystal Bay is conveniently located near the harbor, so it’s become a favorite spot for tourists who love to swim, or people like me who enjoy lazing around the beach, waiting for the boat back to Bali.
To be honest, the atmosphere here reminds me of my home country, kind of like Bang Saen Beach back in Thailand (although I think Bang Saen is even prettier, haha!). The beachfront is lined with sun loungers and parasols. There are plenty of tourists, especially locals, lounging around, sunbathing, and grabbing a bite to eat. The food here isn’t too expensive, so you can chill out and grab a bite before heading back.
However, if you feel indifferent about Crystal Bay after seeing the pictures, feel free to skip it! Personally, I think there isn’t much to see here. You could spend the leftover time visiting other attractions on the island or maybe heading down to explore the beach of Kelingking – that might be a better use of your time!
So, if you’re planning a trip to Nusa Penida Island and unsure about adding Crystal Bay to your itinerary, feel free to cut it out! I personally prefer the right-side coastline more – both its shore, nature, and the sea are far more beautiful and enjoyable. Ultimately, choose what suits your preference.
And with that, it was time to board the boat, concluding our adventure on Nusa Penida Island, Bali. We thoroughly enjoyed exploring nearly all the landmarks over two full days and one night. I especially loved the unique beaches of this island, with their distinctive Bali vibe and stunningly blue waters, quite different from Thailand.
If you’re planning to cross the sea to visit this island, I would recommend spending a good two days here. Divide your time between the different zones of the island to make the most of it. And here’s a pro tip – try to hire a private car with a driver because the roads on this island are much more challenging than in Bali. If you’re not confident riding a motorbike, I strongly advise against it. As for the boat ride, I recommend taking the earliest round in the morning and the last one the following day. That way, you can confirm that you’ve made the most of your trip, fully enjoying Bali’s sea.
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