Nusa Lembongan is the second biggest island of the south-eastern Bali coast.
Arriving at Nusa Lembongan you will enjoy calm and peaceful rest on desert beaches, visit an underground house and become a witness of the ocean devil’s forces. Start this adventure with us and you will wish to stay on the island forever.
Dream Beach – the most captivating beach on Nusa Lembongan, to say more on the whole Bali. Here you will enjoy the most beautiful sunset. It seems like nature created a special place for those who love dreaming by mixing white velvety sand with sapphire ocean water.
You will meet waves conquerors here – surfers are permanent hosts of the Dream Beach.
Gala Gala Underground House
Gala-Gala Cave or Underground house – one of the most interesting sights of the island. The house built by local peasant is 4 hectares in the area! The digging started in 1961 and ended in 1976.
Outside the entrance, you will see the photos of the creator Made Byasa, two traditional houses, holy tree banyan or Indian fig.
Have you ever seen Devil crying? Nusa Lembongan will give you this opportunity. One extraordinary place is situated here. Indonesians call it a miracle.
When the great power of the ocean meets the island lands, the nature roars and the waves strike against the cliffy coast. You will feel all the power of this invincible ocean, which nobody is able to tame.
We will be happy to answer your questions and prepare an individual offer!
2 person $44,60 USD
What else is waiting for you on Nusa Lembongan?
Mangrove trees as an unassailable wall surround Nusa Lembongan. Growing in the intertidal zones, mangroves shelter the coastline and prevent erosion. Relax in the shadows of the trees and enjoy the coolness and calmness of the forest during a hot day.
Mangrove forest trip at IDR 50,000/person
Blue Lagoon Cliff Jumping.
If you lack for adrenaline, cliff-diving should be on your to-do list. Cliff-diving – jumping from a cliff without an equipment. Nusa Ceningan is full of cliff-diving spots! Cliffs are not too high and locals with tourists fearlessly jump in the ocean’s waters.