Sumampan Waterfall is an underrated waterfall located near Ubud, Bali. Situated on the banks of a meandering river, tucked away in the Balinese countryside, and surrounded by rice paddies and lush forest, the Sumampan Waterfall gives off serious jungle vibes.
You’ve almost certainly seen pictures of Kelingking Beach on Nusa Penida while scrolling through your Instagram feed. The well-photographed view looking down over the towering limestone cliffs in the shape of a T-Rex jutting out into turquoise waters is one of the most Instagrammed spots in the world.
Manta Point is home to absolutely massive manta rays that are so large you can actually see them swimming from the cliffs hundreds of feet above the water. But better than observing them from above, you can actually snorkeling just a few feet away from these guys.
Located at the bottom of an infamous set of blue stairs precariously clinging to the cliffside, Peguyangan Waterfall is one of the most overlooked attractions on Nusa Penida.
Pandan Beach is a quiet, secluded beach on the increasingly popular island of Nusa Penida.This article provides all the information you need to get to Pandan Beach, a quiet spot that remains off the beaten track of most tourists where you can still find solitude!
Visiting Tembeling Beach and Forest was one of our favorite things to do on Nusa Penida and remains an underrated adventure on the increasingly popular island. In this guide, we’ll give you all the details you need to plan your visit.
We’re bringing you an honest and up-to-date guide on the best things to do on Nusa Penida, plus the popular sites that we’d recommend skipping in 2023.