Bali n Nusa Penida island
Trip Start Mar 25, 2009
7Trip End Dec 31, 2010
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My first adventure was visiting Karma Kandara resort, a very nice and beautiful resort. We had lunch there and relaxing on the clear water and white sandy beach.
The resort is so amazingly wonderful with pool facing the Indian ocean.
There are Di Mare restaurant, roof top bar temple lounge and 1 other is beside the beach, Nammos private beach club. We need an inclinator to take us down to this resataurant. The view so fantastic!
The food is really tasty for me..i like it.
The second day we went to explore Nusa Penida island (1 of 3 sisters of Bali which are Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan)
We're joined Nusa Penida Day Cruise with quicksilver boat. The trip took 1 hour from Benoa harbour. They pick us up at the hotel. Nusa Penida island is a quite and calm island. We can do snorkel, swim, subsumersible vessel, or water sport activities. For scuba diving and jetski you will have to pay additional charges.
The tour is also visiting a village, Toyo Pakeh. Inside the boat there also some entertainment like show of Bali traditional dance, etc.
You may have lunch and sit outside in the shaded area of pontoon.
In the Afternoon they took us back to the Benoa harbour and at night we went to Ayana resort for dinner
Next is our time to go to the beach again. Geger beach is one of beautiful beach in Bali. It has a clear water and white sand. Geger beach has also its own Beach Club from which you can hire a sun bed, order drinks, lie back and relax. It is good for people who don’t like surfing, or big waves, families with young kids, who want a clean beach. It attracts a lot of Europeans and expats. Many tourists were swimming here, even topless. It's a nice place for relax too but i think it is too crowded.
After from Geger beach we went to Balangan beach. It is located just north of Dreamland.
This beach is perfect for those who wanted get away from the hectic life. Only few tourists come here...One of secluded beach in Bali...