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Get a feel of the clean sea and white beach sand at mushroom beach

With lots of boats coming and going and a great influx of people getting started with their tours, the Mushroom Beach is the perfect spot for people watching. Here, you can enjoy the cool relaxing beach or pick corals on the sands as you walk to take a quick dip in the water. Relax and have a great meal at the restaurant by thebeach or watch the sunset as the day ends while you take in the cool ambience and the refreshing moist air.

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Feast your eyes on breath-taking beauty at Kelingking Beach.

Imagine finding a hidden beach, tucked away behind green-covered limestone headland and nestled on crystal clear azure waters. Secret Point Beach on Nusa Penida is just that; a hidden secret. Reminiscent of the most terrifying dinosaur of them all, this unique formation is nicknamed “T-Rex Bay”. Enjoy Balinese cuisine before your decent at one of the food outlets. Take in the scenery from the platform and all along the 400m hike down to the secluded, pristine beach. The hike is certainly worth it, Kelingking Beach is a photographer’s delight. Once your feet are in the sand, take more pictures and enjoy the quiet, remoteness of this incredible place. Enjoy the low tide and wade in the warm Indian Ocean waters looking up at the magnificent limestone cliffs.

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Go swim in turquoise water at Sandy Beach

Anyone looking for a barefoot getaway at the beach needn’t look any further than Nusa Lembongan, a 30 minute boat ride from its big sister Bali. Sandy Bay, otherwise known as Sunset Beach is the white sandy shoreline with bright seas crashing down on the cliff. The scene is bewildering with unspoiled views and the beach is perfect for anyone that needs to simply get away from it all to enjoy some peace. The sandy beach is also welcoming to anyone seeking some comfort and enjoyment and the waves form a pattern that is unlike any other.

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Get the most Incredible views from the epic Banah cliffs

Providing you a mind-blowing view of the island, the Banah cliffs is another amazing viewpoint that gives you not just one but two spectacular viewing spots of the ocean and beaches. Head over here for a glimpse of the shimmering blue waters and a little bit of excitement as the crazy steep cliff gives you an iconic lookout with a sheer drop. The rocky cliff, vast blue waters and great picture spots makes it a place to visit if you are ever on the island.

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Crystal bay – a secluded beach with all of the right attractions

Want to finish off your Nusa Penida visit with one last blowout? Crystal bay is a hidden beach that brings you clear crystal water and a rather serene stretch of sand where you can relax, sunbathe and just have a cool quite time. Enjoy the beautiful palm tree forest leading up to the beach that provides you the perfect waterbody for snorkeling.Not your typical noisy beach, the bay is sparsely populated making it perfect for watching the sunset, snorkeling or just taking a quick dip in the water. The white sands, seashells, and beautiful palm trees make it all the more amazing for anyone looking to have the perfect visit.