Nusa Penida is the largest of three islands off the south eastern coast of Bali island which is part of Klungkung Regency, the others are Nusa Lembongan Island and Nusa Ceningan Island. It is an island of awesome natural sharp beauty. The south and west side of the island is covered with limestones cliffs and it has magnificent views of beaches that can be enjoyed.
Crystal Bay Beach is a stunning white sand beach at Banjar Penida which is located in west of Sakti village on the north western coast opposite Nusa Ceningan Island. It has Perfect clear white waters and excellent snorkeling and diving site. Gorgeous white sand beach and a great place for a picnic as well. A truly tranquil spot and you are likely to have it to yourself apart for the traditional local villager and maybe a dive boat offshore.
Angel Billabong & Broken Beach (Pasih Uug) it is located on the south west side of the Nusa Penida Island, this is one of the most popular geographical attractions on the island. Spectacular views from cliff top present the natural hole that covers Broken Beach. Within 200m walking distance is Angels Billabong where you may enter the infinity pool.
Tembeling Rainforest and spring. The whole southern coast of Nusa Penida has outstanding, high white limestone sea cliff which will just take your breath away. Tembeling rainforest showcases the last miscellanies of rainforest that covered the island many years ago. Green, leafy and cool there are also two natural springs that you can bathe in. After that just continue your walk down to the beach spot for another spectacular views.
Peguyangan Spring. Set on the south side of the island the spring is at the bottom of 700 blue stairs. The spring at the bottom is small but the views on the way down and at the bottom is superb.
Atuh Beach. At the east side of the island Atuh beach greets the sun first every morning. Just little walk along well carved limestone cliff tops and if you are up for a bit of exercise lets climb down the steps to the beautiful white sand beach where a photography’s most wanted spot.
Suwehan Beach. It is located in the south east corner of the island Suwehan is one of the most remote beaches. Currently the climb down is a little dangerous but well worth it for the gorgeous views, private white sand beach and outstanding scenery. The drive to Suwehan takes one through farming villages, a very scenic countryside drive.
This natural island is a wild, rugged and largely which offers plenty things to do with an adventurous spirit such as Trekking and mountain-biking, The culture, Birdwatchers, Island & Snorkeling Tours, and Diving.