Penida Island and its magnificent beauty are something you cannot miss from your itinerary when you visit Bali. Penida Island or Nusa Penida is a small island located in southeastern Bali, separated by the Badung Strait. Here are six places you can visit while travelling to the small yet mesmerising island with JOOi tour.
There is nothing special about walking. We did it every single day, but what about walking underwater? Walking under the sea with Nemo and Dory as your friend is something you won't experience every day. You do not need to worry because your safety is our top priority, so even though we let you walk on the bottom of the sea, we will provide you with the safety gear you need. The best part is that your hair won't get wet, and you don't need a diving licence to enjoy this experience.
The Tree House in Nusa Penida has rapidly become one of the island's most well-known tourist destinations, as well as one of the island's most well-liked places to stay. It may be seen from the Atuh Beach and Thousand Islands viewpoints, which are positioned high on the mountain. Many people have added this location to their Nusa Penida bucket list after seeing it featured on the work of some skilled photographers who posted it on social media. Molenteng Tree House became the IT place in Nusa Penida shortly after that. This place is the literal definition of too pretty for your Instagram.
Who needs a five-star hotel's infinity pool when Penida Island offer you their natural infinity pool with Angel Billabong. You can always count on getting an excellent image for your Instagram account because of the crystal-clear ocean and the rock formation flooring covered with seaweed. Pretty sure that you won't be able to contain your awe at Angel's Billabong's jaw-dropping scenery the first time you see the jutting limestone formations that frame the pool and arch above the water.
Pantai Pasih Uug, also known as Broken Beach, is a popular tourist spot on one of thousands of beautiful islands in Indonesia, Located in Nusa Penida. It is 50- to 200-metre-high cliffs, making it one of the most visually striking spots on the island. In the midst of the ring-shaped cliffs are what seems like sea caves or tunnels. Seawater appears trapped in the cliff's centre, giving the illusion of a large pond. A circular hole and tunnels penetrate straight to the sea in the heart of a cliff, providing incredible views of the ocean and the cliffs and making one feel like they have arrived in paradise on earth. You won't find a more breathtaking beach elsewhere than on Bali's Nusa Penida Island.
If we talk about a beautiful hidden gem, Kelingking Beach should be at the top of anyone's list. Located in a relatively secluded area does not mean this place is not popular. It is impossible for this beach not to gain any popularity. When the cliffs at Kelingking Beach take the shape of a Tyrannosaurus Rex, it will be a hit with visitors. Kelingking means "Pinkie" in English, referring to the little finger on the hand. Their cliff looks like the shape of a Kelingking, or pinkie finger, which is a traditional form of promise in Indonesia. However, the T-Rex analogy has made this place super well-known.
Now comes the best part, you can experience all of these "Too Pretty for Your Instagram" places by using our JOOi tour program. Experience all of this in our Nusa Penida full day tour, best price guaranteed. Your happiness is our top priority. With #JOOimakeiteasy turn your dream vacation into a reality with a snap of your fingertips only at $109 per person