7 Fun Activities You Can Do in Nusa Lembongan, Bali
|Posted by Pande Martha on 26th November, 2017|
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While on vacation, you not only want to remove the fatigue from your daily activities but also want to do exciting activities. These activities can be activities that integrate with nature or visit places of history and places that have high artistic or cultural value. Nusa Lembongan, one of the small islands in the southeast of the island of Bali is not only kept the natural beauty of interest but also other exciting activities. Located in Klungkung regency of Bali, a small island that has a small but friendly population of tourists will make you feel at home for long on this island and you can do some interesting activities in Lembongan are:
Take a photo at Yellow Bridge
While in Nusa Lembongan, you will see a stretch of Yellow Bridge that stole the show, with a bright yellow color, this bridge seemed to attract tourists to take pictures nearby. At every end of the bridge, there are typical Balinese statues so that you are also escorted by the statues when photographed. Yellow Bridge serves to connect Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan.
Surround the Mangrove Forest
Mangrove Forest is located at Jungut Batu Village becomes one of the mandatory spots in Nusa Lembongan. Not only has the mangrove forest is lush and beautiful, here you can also see Bali island from a distance. In addition to the forest around the boat, you can also rent your own kayaking per hour. In this mangrove forest also many free animals are found starting from birds, crabs, and lizards. But take it easy, here there are no crocodiles
Snorkeling at Mangrove Point
For those of you who are happy with the activities in the sea than can do snorkeling at Mangrove Point located in Jungutbatu Village. It would be better if you do snorkeling after from around Mangrove Forest because of the adjacent location. Here you can still find good fish and corals.
Enjoy the beauty of Nusa Lembongan from Panorama point (Panorama Hill)
Panorama point is above a height like a hill in the village Jungutbatu. From here you can see the beauty of Nusa Lembongan from above and also can see Gunung Agung and Bali Island. In this Panorama point, there are also stalls so you can sit sweetly while enjoying the scenery that is in front of you.
View Gala-gala cave (Underground House)
The Gala-gala cave is an underground house made of limestone built by Mangku Byasa a Balinese farmer and ascetic. there has a depth of 7 meters and has a variety of rooms that serve as a bedroom, anonymous space, kitchen space, living room, and well. To be able to explore the room that these halls you sometimes need to bend because some rooms are not too high.
Watching Sunset at Dream Beach or Sunset Beach (Sandy Bay)
If you just want to laze around all day you can come to Dream Beach area. Here there is a resort that offers a direct view of the Indian Ocean. The resort also has an infinity pool so you can sunbathe while enjoying the beautiful wave of waves from a distance. The main thing in Dream Beach is that you can watch the sunset with so clear and beautiful from the cliffs that exist around Dream Beach. Not only in Dream Beach, you can also see the sunset very well at Sunset Beach or often also called Sandy Bay. The location of Sunset Beach is not too far from Devil's Tears.
Watching the Water Hitting to the Cliffs at Devil's Tears
Devil's Tears is a rocky cliff on the seafront that presents amazing scenery. Called Devil's Tears because the blast of the waves to the cliff of this pointy coral resulting in springs of water falling teardrop. In addition, Devil's Tears also had to sacrifice the soul because of the fast current wave of the Indian Ocean that rolled to the mainland. Devil's Tears also became one of the best spots to watch the sunset on Nusa Lembongan.
Last changed: 27th November, 2017 at 8:52 PMBack to Overview