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Need To know about Nusa Penida Bali

   Nusa Penida is an island to the southeast of the island of Bali, Indonesia.  You can reach it in just 30 minutes by speedboat from Bali.  The scenery is beautiful, the dive sites are world class and the people are very friendly.  However, the island is just growing very popular on intagram as the scenery and under water view so amazing become Nusa penida most popular travelers choice.

Nusa Penida: paradise for tourism and underwater view

   Nusa Penida is an island in the province of Bali.  It has a population of about 45,000 inhabitants and covers about 200 km2.  In 2010, an area of ??20,057 hectares around Nusa Penida and the neighboring islands of Nusa Ceningan & Nusa Lembongan was declared a Protected Maritime Area.  The island is mostly known until recently for its diving spots.  Nusa Penida has around fifteen internationally renowned dive sites.

The seabed is home to 296 species of coral and 576 species of reef fish.  But visitor also come from all over the world to see manta rays, present year-round, and Mola mola from July to October.  And some people know they love snorkeling with Manta Ray and land tour in one day The Balicandidasatour  is a good choice for discovering
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Amazing view

   Nusa Penida Island remains natural and offers incredible views.  There is so much to see in Nusa Penida that you have to make a choice.  Read about my top 15 sites to see on Nusa Penida Island.  The entire south coast has cliffs as high as 150 m falling into the sea.  Try cool photos at Broken Beach, Kelingking Cliff, Angel Billabong, Diamond Beach, Atuh Beach, Tree House, Temeling, Peguyangan Waterfall, or Seganing Waterfall for example.  But it also promises thrilling times for those who have the courage to take to the beach.

The north coast of the island is mainly dedicated to seaweed cultivation.  From there you will get an amazing view of Mount Agung.  The island is very hilly.  You'll even find a place called Teletubbies hill just like the famous cartoon! As

You are looking for practical information?

   There are still many routes in Nusa Penida.  And 2020 may be quite calm after the coronavirus crisis.  So now might be the best time to visit Nusa Penida!

   This site brings together a lot of practical information about Nusa Penida.  How to get to the island, how to get around, ideas for itineraries, a touch of culture and history.  Several routes are offered on this site, for motorbike, boat or even walking tours.  But you can create your own composition!  And if you have tips to share or just an experience to share, you can leave a comment at the end of the article too!

   You can also read this great article about Nusa Penida.

Nusa Penida: spiritual island

 There are, as everywhere in Bali, many temples.  And there is also a ceremony that is very often attended by the residents.  But the Goa Giri Putri temple is a special place for all Hindus in Bali.  They have to come there at least once in their life.  You enter through a narrow field that will take you after a few meters in a large cave.  The complete purification course involves a dozen stations in the cave and lasts about 2 hours 30 minutes But you may decide to go faster!

Ped Temple is even more important but not open to tourists.  The history of Nusa Penida is quite fascinating.  It mixes some facts and a lot of legend.  And Bali's main religious events also take place on the island, in a more intimate setting.

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