Nusa Penida Holidays

Nusa Penida covers a wide area of diving locations. They are Penida Bay, Batu Lumbung (Manta Point), Batu Meling, Batu Abah, Toya Pakeh and Malibu Point. The flow through the Lombok Strait is, overall, south-tending, although the strength and direction of the tidal streams are influenced by the monsoon seasons.
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The best time to visit Bali is in the summer, when temperatures stay in the low 80s (20). But summer visitors shouldn’t expect a secluded island vacation: this lovely time of year attracts honeymooners, surfers ... Read more
and families from around the world. If you’d rather trade fair weather for an island all to yourself, visit during Bali’s humid and rainy monsoon season, when you can upgrade to a nicer hotel for a lower price. Keep in mind that Bali is home to a large Hindu population, so religious holidays like Galungan and Nyepi (the Balinese Day of Silence) might impact vacation plans, though it will also give you a glimpse into the island’s rich culture.

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Local from Nusa Penida

If you go to Bali, it's a must go place
This is a good destination if you want to try different sceneries from Kuta or Sanur.
It is like Bali 20 years ago - almost no tourists, empty beaches, clean beautiful blue water and amazing corals very interesting places to see and lovely people.
Highly recommended you visiting tour in island, best snorkeling and diving with manta …
Surrounding waters have a stellar reputation among divers who can spend hours absorbed in the commotion of healthy and flourishing coral reefs. Scuba divers commonly encounter large marine species such as giant mantas, the Mola-Mola fish, and whale sharks.
The island has many of interesting places and good for all seasons…
more info on www.nusa-penida.info

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Nusa Penida -- the big island off of South Bali's Bukit Peninsula -- is as far 'off the map' as you can get in Bali. There's almost no tourist infrastructure (I counted two guesthouses in the island's major population center), and most of the economy consists of seaweed cultivation, making the whole of the island smell something like a cross between fungus and latex rubber. Nonetheless, it's a beautiful place, and positively made for exploring on a motorbike. After the cramped environs of South Bali, it's a literal and metaphorical breath of fresh air.

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Fantastic diving spot, go for the Manta Rays and Crystal Bay! Nice place to just chill as well, but nothing special, so a day diving trip from Bali (eg Padang Bai) is more then great!

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Local from Denpasar

A view of the sunrise and sunset are very charming, rent a motor cycle and explore the beauty of its beaches.

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Bukittinggi

the best place in Indonesia

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Dublin

Known for their awesome diving/snorkeling spot!

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Frederick

The place to see manta rays off of Bali!

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