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.
From its rugged path, the natural infinity pool lined by arches of huge roughly formed rocks and the spectacular cliff edges, the Angel’s Billabong offers you the best spots for pictures and sightseeing. While the waters may not be suitable for swimming during rough tides, the broken beach is a sight to behold as it is also lined with natural limestone arches over the clear blue water. Angel’s Billabong is a favorite tourist spot and the reason for this is very clear, shades of blue and green water, an amazing backdrop for some of the most epic vacation pictures and all of the fresh Nusa Penida air you can get!
Exploring the Peguyangan Waterfall brings you in close proximity with some of the best views of the Nusa Penida hillside. The waterfall itself sits at the bottom of some of the most iconic cliffs and the pathway is lined by what is perhaps the most interesting series of stairways and steps ever made. With more than 700 steps, the walk is not for the faint hearted but is definitely an exciting adventure as the final destination is worth the wait. There is a serene little temple at the end of the walk where the families and locals visit and an ocean pool to add the real essence of the natural lifestyle to the entire scenery.
While broken beaches may be fairly common in Nusa Penida, this one is undoubtedly the most famous and epic of them all. The beach is a favorite destination for photographers and travellers alike as it not only provides a refreshing experience, the sights and backdrops are like none you have ever seen. The rather famous landmark of the broken beach is its arched tunnels located in the cliff that provides a smooth pathway for the ocean to flow into a pool. The two-hour ride leading up to the clear blue water and phenomenal rock formation is a ride that is worth it as the broken beach is as picturesque as it can get!
Located right around the corner from Angel’s billabong, the Manta Ray Viewpoint is an aptly named discovery that many tourists would be excited to find. The viewpoint is a rather simple cliff overlooking the ocean but the sight alone is not the most amazing thing about this spot. Here, you get to see the Manta rays cruise around the surface time and time again as they navigate their natural habitat. Even if you don’t dive or go down to the ocean with the boats, this view point is simply refreshing and if the conditions are right, you get to see all the Manta rays you want!
The Instagram famous Nusa Penida treehouse is just as breathtaking as the pictures portray it to be. Located in the thousand island viewpoints, the tree house sits at the edge of the cliff and is just the perfect spot for any tourist looking to get the best view of the island. Opt to stay for the night or capture some of the most magical fairytale looking photos here at the tree house as the wooden structure offers you the natural accent and a great way to get away from all of the noise of tourists into your own world of refreshing fun. Whether you are just starting out your trip of the island or finishing off, waking up to the views of the ocean from the treehouse is a memory that will last for a lifetime.
Also known as Pulau Seribu by the locals which translates to thousand islands, the viewpoint is one of the lesser known attractions on the island. But this doesn’t make it less magnificent. In fact, the views you get from here may be unrivalled by any other on the island as you get three different viewpoints, each with incredible views and awesome beaches in sight. Located on the eastcoast, the viewpoint gives you access to the famous Nusa Penida tree house which is an excellent vantage point for both sight-seeing and watching the sunset. The thousand island viewpoints offer you the picture perfect scenery and so much more!
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.