Nusa Lembongan Guide
Nusa Lembongan Ferry Port
Nusa Lembongan is located to the southeast of the popular holiday destination of Bali, belonging to Indonesia, forming part of the Lesser Sunda Islands. There are many daily sailings departing the port, supplied by Bali Fast Boat and Scoot Fast Ferries, heading to other nearby coastal resorts.
What is there to do in Nusa Lembongan?
As the hotel and extravagant restaurants grow, so does Nusa Lembongan’s popularity. Whilst some have accused the island of forgetting its heritage, there is still a laid back feel that embodies the atmosphere and culture. The main pastimes are found in the great outdoors; scuba diving and snorkelling are a rite of passage when visiting, and the naturally beautiful Mangrove Forest offers tranquillity whilst basking in stunning surroundings.
For those who like to spend their time having a bit more of an adventure, the beaches offer water-skiing, jet-skiing, kayaking and canoeing under the guidance of qualified instructors. Conversely, more serene activities are readily available; Yoga and Pilates classes are often held early on under the morning sun, and boat tours provide breathtaking views of the idyllic scenery. After a day exploring the array of activities, there are some affordable restaurants that serve delicious seafood fresh from the water.
How do visitors get around Nusa Lembongan?
Picturesque views, pleasant weather and spacious paths make the island the perfect place to indulge in a leisurely stroll. Bicycles and motorbikes are also available for rental, so transport is usually fairly environmentally friendly.