Oka7 Bungalow

Jungutbatu, Lembongan, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jungutbatu, Lembongan.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Oka7 Bungalow Lembongan

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Lembongan

    Day 44

    A travel blog entry by alan993 on Feb 18, 2014

    6 photos

    Lost an hour last night but still up at 7am for tea on our balcony. We know the cruise is coming to an end as we got our inboard account last night and need to collect our passports today! It's hazy and humid at the moment but expecting sun to appear soon. Usual breakfast outside with a wonderful sea view. Nearest land is 68 miles ...

    Marine life beyond expectations!

    A travel blog entry by smilerontour on Feb 09, 2014

    43 photos

    Arriving into Bali's Denpasar airport, there was to be a bit of a culture shock ahead, having spent the last 4 months almost entirely in developed Westernised countries where English is the first language. Passage through arrivals and getting a taxi to Sanur, where I was to spend the first night, was surprisingly easy. Using the ATM at the airport I took out some local currency, as my destination the following day was to be an island with no ATM facilities. For the first time in my life, ...

    Seeking for total relax and silence

    A travel blog entry by ingak on Oct 22, 2013

    9 photos

    ... kitchen – food is so tasty! Just for information – mosque is heard from mainland but not laudly. Further on east coast some 20min by foot is Madak Belo, then there is another place to stay owned by local Java lady – some bungalows without restaurant possibilities and beautiful garden, and on west/north coast Via Vacare –when walked through was really ingrown in bushes and dark, no sandy beach – I would say that pictures in homepage ...


    A travel blog entry by nhsescapist83 on Aug 08, 2013

    ... or point things out. In fact I have to chase him pulling his fins to look at something I spot! We take 45 mins to check out the wreck and it goes to 30m deep but I get to about 20. The best viewing I am advised is between 15-20m. We head back and I am shown scuttle fish. My mask fills momentarily, mini panic but I clear it. My eyes stung but I got through it. Traffic down by the wreck is an issue. In hindsight i think we did it quickly but it's hard as time ...

    Day 7(tuju)

    A travel blog entry by bresloffs on Jul 04, 2013

    5 photos

    We woke early thanks to various electronic devices all bleeping and blooping at us. Today we were off on a cruise to lembongan island
    Breakfast on arrival off Nusa Pineda.

    The driver picked us up from the hotel (thank goodness no taxi driver) however the relief was short lived a we were being driven by Bali's answer to Stirling Moss. After a whirlwind tear through Kuta (mostly towards oncoming traffic), the guy found other ...