Unlock the best of East Nusa Penida with a captivating tour package. Embark on a journey to the picturesque destinations like Broken Beach (locally known as Pasih Uug) and Kelingking Beach.
Also witness the astounding Thousand Island viewpoint and Teletubbies Hill. Admire the impeccable architecture of Rumah Pohon Tree House as well.
1. Angel Billabong
One of Nusa Penida’s most beautiful natural wonders, Angel Billabong features a serene allure that can leave you in awe of nature’s artistry. An infinity pool formed amidst rocks, the natural pool offers an opportunity to take a soothing swim. The crystal-clear waters also offer a window into the marine life beneath. For the best experience, visit Angel Billabong during low tide early in the morning or late afternoon to avoid crowds.
Explore West Nusa Penida’s mesmerizing sights on a tour package that includes transport and entry fees. Swim in a natural rock lagoon at Angel Billabong, gaze upon the iconic Kelingking Beach—also known as the T-Rex Beach due to its distinctive cliff formation—and visit Crystal Bay. This package is carefully curated to include the best of the island’s highlights.
2. Crystal Bay
Located on the west side of Nusa Penida, Crystal Bay is known as one of the best places in the world to spot the rare mola-mola oceanic sunfish. The beach also offers a beautiful sunset view and is surrounded by coral reefs.
It’s a wonderful place to relax and unwind, with a range of warungs (food stalls) and beachside restaurants offering food and drink. The sand is white and the sea clear, so it’s ideal for swimming.
Explore this picturesque delight included in many Nusa Penida tour packages, along with Angel Billabong, Broken Beach, and Kelingking Beach. Take in the views from atop the natural rock lagoon and then swim in its clear waters. If you’re feeling adventurous, purchase a snorkeling add-on to discover the marine life around the area!
3. Kelingking Beach
Affectionately nicknamed “T-Rex Beach,” Kelingking Beach is one of the most remarkable spots featured in our Nusa Penida day tour. Known for its dramatic cliff formation and breathtaking panoramic view, the beach is a must-visit for anyone looking to capture incredible photos or simply enjoy a relaxing swim.
The best way to get here is by hiring a scooter at the port and exploring on your own. However, the road to Kelingking Beach can be tricky and self-driving isn’t recommended for everyone. If you are unsure, arranging a tour with an experienced driver is the safest option.
The best time to visit Kelingking Beach is during the dry season from April to October, when weather and sea conditions are most favourable. Make sure to bring plenty of water and a pair of comfortable shoes to hike down to the beach.
4. Paluang Cliff
Discover the stunning coastline of East Nusa Penida on a tour that combines cultural intrigue with breath-taking vistas. Descend the azure-hued steps of Peguyangan Beach and feel a spiritual connection as you pass by sacred shrines.
At the top, take in a view of karst cliffs and shimmering blue water. Then, walk to a secluded beach and relish the refreshing ocean breeze. You’ll also visit the breathtaking Thousand Island viewpoint and your choice of Atuh or Diamond Beach for a day filled with the highlights of Nusa Penida’s pristine coastline.
This tour includes a pickup from your hotel and is the best way to explore the islands. Plus, a ticket covers entrance fees at all of the main attractions on Nusa Penida, eliminating the need to whip out your wallet every time you visit a new spot!
5. Rumah Pohon Tree House
The Nusa Penida Tree House (Rumah Pohon) is an Instagram-famous spot that’s now a popular stop for visitors on day trips from Bali. The treehouse is part of the Thousand Island viewpoint area and costs 10,000 rupiah to park and enter.
The view from the cliffside is breathtaking. However, the stairs down are steep and can be dangerous if you’re not careful.
You’ll also find the secluded Pasih Andus Beach here, which is known for its crashing waves that create a ‘smoke-like’ effect on the surrounding cliffs. It’s a picturesque respite for nature lovers. There’s also a warung nearby where you can sit and enjoy a Coke with the calming ocean breeze. The drive here is about an hour from the main docks and accommodations in northern Penida.