Nusa Penida

Visit Nusa Penida with Bounty Cruise

Nusa Penida island is one of the charming islands right off the coast of Bali. It boasts pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and breathtaking natural views—and they’re only less than an hour away from Bali!

Exploring Nusa Penida often involves a quick day trip around the island, typically facilitated by speed boats or ferries, such as Bounty Cruise. Once there, tourists can experience Nusa Penida’s natural beauty to its fullness, be it day trips or overnight stays!

Experience Nusa Penida

Upon reaching Nusa Penida, your journey continues as you disembark and bask in the beauty of the island!

This small island is divided into multiple regions, but the most popular tourist attractions can be found in the West and East Region.

If you aim to experience all that Nusa Penida has to offer, then we recommend taking two days to explore the island. But if you’re looking to visit specific areas, then a day trip to East or West Nusa Penida will do.

Getting Around Nusa Penida

It is highly recommended to hire a guide to help show you around the island, as well as supporting the local economy. You can hire a driver, or rent your own car or scooter. 

However, the roads in Nusa Penida are not perfectly smooth and often bumpy so it might be dangerous for inexperienced drivers. Hiring a local is the best way to explore the island with ease.

What is in East Nusa Penida?

Atuh Beach and Diamond Beach are the two most popular beaches in Nusa Penida, with pristine sands and clear-blue waters, perfect for a laidback moment in the sun. 

In East Nusa Penida, you can also visit the iconic Teletubbies Hill, a vast area of green pastures and views beyond the horizon. Stay for a new sunset experience from this site, or soak in Nusa Penida from a unique point of view at Thousand Island Viewpoint, overlooking the natural rock formations.

What is in West Nusa Penida?

Broken Bay, Angel’s Billabong, and Kelingking Beach are already well-known as a must-visit sightseeing destination! These unique rock formations are a breathtaking natural phenomenon. 

And if you’re looking to have hands-on experience in the natural beauty of Nusa Penida, you can go beyond the crystal waters and dive in Manta Point and swim with the fishes. You might even get lucky and witness a few of the majestic manta rays yourself!

When to go to Nusa Penida?

Ideally, April to November is the best time to visit as it is the dry season and you have a higher chance of sightseeing with ease. It will be a bit hotter since Indonesia is a tropical country, so make sure to bring your sunnies and lots of sunscreen!

Getting to Nusa Penida

Boats to Nusa Penida will begin to travel as early as 6.30 AM from Sanur, and return at around 5 PM. You can take a speedboat or opt for the larger ferry like Bounty Cruise!

Bounty Cruise stands as one of Bali's premier marine tourism experiences, dedicated to prioritising customer satisfaction above all else. Every detail of our vessel is carefully designed with your comfort and safety in mind.

With a spacious capacity to accommodate up to 500 passengers, our vessel sets the stage for a seamless and enjoyable journey. The cruise kicks off with a departure from Benoa Harbour, offering not just transportation but also a unique cruising experience from the moment you step on board

Bounty Cruise transforms the ordinary into the extraordinary, ensuring that your journey to Nusa Penida is as memorable as the destination itself. Sail in style, indulge in comfort, and immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of Nusa Penida. Book your Bounty Cruise adventure today for an unforgettable island-hopping experience like no other!

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