Kelingking Beach is a hidden beach in the village of Bunga Mekar, on the south-western coast of Nusa Penida island. You can enjoy one of the most breath-taking views over the hills and small strip of white sand from atop a hill of the same name. The sight features a limestone headland covered in green, against the deep blue waters of the open Indian Ocean. This unique formation is reminiscent of a Tyrannosaurus Rex head, hence its nickname ‘T-Rex Bay’. The secluded beach itself is down a rugged 400m Cliffside hike. This is recommended only for the fit and adventurous.
Broken Beach is a scenic coastal formation on the south-western edge of Nusa Penida island. The spot is marked by a hilly arch-like rock formation, which is the distinguishable landmark of the area. Set over the crashing waves of the open Indian Ocean, Broken Beach is a great spot for travel photographers and panoramic view seekers. The adjacent area is also home to grey long-tailed macaques. If you’re lucky, you may spot silhouettes of giant mantas near the surface of the deep blue water.
Angel’s Billabong is a spectacular rock formation on Nusa Penida island’s south-western cliff edges. It’s nearby Pasih Uug (Broken Beach), another popular site with unique limestone formations. The naturally formed rock lagoon offers a scenic seascape. You can descend into its crystal-clear rock pools for a swim or a soak, but only during low tide. The rock pools are one of the must-sees for visitors to Nusa Penida. The island itself is famous for its beautiful cliffs and pristine coastlines. Both Angel’s Billabong and Broken Beach are very popular sites here. However, you’ll most likely have this amazing natural infinity pool all to yourself on your visit.
Crystal Bay is a quiet arc of white-grey sand set amid rocky, scrubby outcrops, with a small jagged islet off shore and rugged Nusa Ceningan in the distance. The majestic mola, or sunfish, comes to cleanse here, meaning divers and snorkelers are also lured here in season (August and September), but, when the waters are calm, there is good offshore snorkelling year round. The beach is also the site of regular ceremonies so the southern end of the bay can be a bit littered at times with plastic drink cups and offerings. Crystal Bay also doubles as a floodplain – you’ll see the flood channel towards the southern end of the beach – so perhaps reconsider sunbaking in rainy season.
|Description||Rate in IDR|
|Whitewater Rafting||Rp 700,000|
- Rate is per person and quoted in IDR (Indonesia Rupiah : Rp).
- Minimum player 2 persons.
- Single traveler subject to additional charge 50%.
- Rate applied to pick up area Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Tanjung Benoa, Sanur, Kerobokan only, other area subject to additional charge, please prementioned.
- Term and Condition apply.
Rate included :
- Private transport with air-conditioned car for return transfer.
- Professional rafting instructor.
- Well maintain equipment and safety tools.
- Changing room, shower and toilet.
- Use of helmet and life jacket.
- Buffet lunch and mineral water
- Insurance coverage
- Government tax
What to Bring :
- Changing clothes
- Money (if you buy drink in the restaurant and Photo CD or video CD)