A number of speedboat services service Nusa Penida from Sanur (to both Sampalan and Tokoy Pakeh). Maruti Express to Toya Pakeh: Takes 35 minutes, departs: 08:30, 10:00, 16:00 (300,000 rupiah one way, 550,000 rupiah return). Caspla Bali takes 40 minutes, departs 07:45, 16:30 (350,000 rupiah one way, 550,000 rupiah return)
Nusa Penida has so many amazing views making it hard to pick a favorite. But when the cliffs form in the shape of a Tyrannosaurus Rex at Kelingking Secret Point Beach it is bound to be a crowd favorite. Kelingking actually translates into English meaning Pinkie.
Bali is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. When you are standing in front of its pristine beaches and its lovely temples, you want to take back a piece of it with you. Well, you can not really pick up either beaches or temples or just the vibe of Bali.
The uniquenesses of Nusa Penida seem to be endless to be explored. Not only regarding the marine life and culture, the spiritual side is interesting. As Hindu predominately practiced by the people here, many temples spread to the entire island.
Famous for its volcanic mountains, iconic beaches and coral reefs, Indonesia’s resort island of Bali has topped TripAdvisor’s best destination list for 2017. The crowd-sourced travel guide has named it the best tourist destination for the first time despite being a popular travel hotspot for many years.
Thank god for Instagram because I would have had no clue this beach existed on Nusa Penida if I hadn’t seen it on Instagram. It might be a bumpy, and slightly treacherous, scooter ride to get there from the port town of Ped, but man is it worth all the effort