Nusa Penida, the most pristine island of Indonesia

Nusa Penida, the most pristine island of Indonesia

Nusa Penida,Indonesia

Nusa Penida, the most pristine island of Indonesia

Nusa Penida is an island located off Southeast Indonesia which is separated from the island of Bali by the Badung Strait. It is part of a string of three beautiful islands of Nusa. Lembongan and Ceningan are the closest to the coast and are the most developed as well. But Penida is the biggest and the most untouched, making it one of the most interesting on the planet.


Far from the hustle and bustle of Bali, this island looks like the green lung of the area with white beaches and breathtaking cliffs which are difficult to reach due to the dirt roads and paths which are a bit difficult to access. It is located in a location which is not visited by many tourists, so there are no trendy nightclubs and no nightlife, only rugged and wild landscapes with spectacular rock formations, natural springs, waterfalls and stunning beaches surrounded by crystal clear waters.


Nusa Penida has dreamlike backdrops and is also a paradise to manta rays, turtles and even the extremely rare to find mola mola, the largest bone fish around. This island is a real natural gem, one that we hope remains a natural oasis perfect for nature and adventure lovers with a passion to preserve the ecosystem and natural beauty of untouched places.


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