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This excellent dive site situated in Nusa Penida is great for marine life. It consists of a slope with nice coral and no current which makes it an easy dive site. The highlight of this dive site are the manta rays. The cleaning station is located a little out to the west of the bay, close to the center. When there are many divers it is sometimes preferable to move away from the cleaning station to observe this giant creatures from the sides of the bay or in the blue.
At Crystal Bay you will see schools of anthias and batfish which comes around periodically. A bat cave is located nearby. There is a beautiful white sandy beach at Banjar Penida, west of Sakti village on the north western coast facing Nusa Ceningan. Crystal Bay is one of the few places in the world where one can see the awesome mola mola.
Gamat Bay is the little sister of Crystal Bay, in Nusa Penida, Bali, in a wilder version. It’s like an aquarium, but with currents. Gamat Bay is one of Nusa Penida’s hidden gems. Wilder and more rugged than nearby Crystal Bay, this black sand beach is definitely worth a visit. If you’re looking for an accessible snorkeling spot without joining one of the boat tours, then Gamat Bay got you covered.
Wall Point presents a privileged location for tour package The place resembles Gamat Bay as a diving destination location at Toya Pakeh. Sea Point had the wall not too deep, so you can see clearly the great coral reefs. In addition, there is also the colorful fish that swim around the impression as if it invites you to catch it.
The main attraction of this beach is the high cliffs that are above the beach. From this point, you can see a cliff jutting into the ocean in a shape that resembles the neck of a Tyrannosaurus Rex. This spot is the most often the background photo of the visitors. Because this cliff is quite steep and only uses a bamboo fence as a barrier, you should be careful if you want to take pictures. Avoid locations on the edge of a cliff to take a selfie.
Along the edge from above you can admire the beauty of the still emerald water in contrast to the huge crashing waves along the rest of the coastline. There are a number of viewpoints of Angels Billabong, however most of the visitors is going down in the infinity pool itself. When you reach in the infinity pool itself you will see the water is clear as crystal with its emerald hues.
Broken Beach in Nusa Penida (called “Pasih Uug” by Bali locals) is certainly one of the most beautiful spots on this Indonesian island! It is most famous for the large naturally-made cove and perfectly arched rock formation that allows the waves to flow in and out of the ocean. Broken Beach is such a unique spot that’s rich in both history and natural beauty, so it’s definitely one of the top things to do in Nusa Penida.