Port to Port Sanur -Matahari Terbit to Nusa Penida – 45 minutes
Jetty Sanur – Beach
Nusa Penida – Jetty
Size 19km Long – 12km Wide
Getting Around Car/Driver, Motorbike
Roads Asphalt Roads and Tracks
In contrast to the Gili Islands, Nusa Penida is a large island and is still in development and tourist infrastructure is very limited here but growing fast. You cannot expect to find the western luxuries of accommodation, food, and essentials that you are easily able to get hold of in the Gili Islands. Visitors should therefore expect higher prices than in Bali, and not bank on any tourism-related luxury items being available for purchase here.
To offset the lack of development Nusa Penida offers breath-taking scenery and natural attractions which is making it increasingly popular and one of Indonesia’s most “Instagramable” locations for photo taking and selfies. The recent development of infrastructure and in particular roads have made it easier to traverse the various natural attractions however not all of these can be visited in just one day, therefore, we would recommend in order to take full advantage of your visit that you stay at least one night.
Nusa Penida is very mountainous and has amazing views. If you are only visiting for a day then you should decide between the West, East, and South of the Island. A combination of two is possible in one day however all three might be difficult!
To ease your visit to Nusa Penida click our link to see our add on packages which include a driver/guide to assist you to make the most of your visit to Nusa Penida whether it be for a day or a couple of days
Crystal Bay – Snorkelling
Goa Giri Putri Temple
Raja Lima (thousand Island Viewpoint)
Tembeling Natural pool & forest
Banah Cliff Point