TOURS > NUSA PENIDA > NUSA PENIDA SNORKELING TOUR
The true delight of Nusa Penida lies underwater for a fact that it shelters some of the most beautiful coral reefs and tropical fishes in the world, thanks to the slow current and pristine blue waters.
Our tour consultant will confirm your booking & assist you through phone, email & messaging apps before & after the trip.
Driven by our English-speaking local guide/photographer (not to be shared with other guests).
Pickup and drop-off directly at your hotel. No need to spend extra time or money to go to a meeting point.
MasterCard, VISA and JCB accepted. Otherwise, we still accept direct payment to our driver on the day trip itself.
The only thing we don’t cover is your spare clothes.
Located nearby the Broken Beach, this spot is famous for being the regular feeding area for manta rays where a lot of these gentle giants can be seen congregating and looping around the shallow water. In all fairness, these pelagic creatures are everywhere in Nusa Penida but only at Manta Bay (hence the name) you can visit their realm and see them from close range.
Located between Toya Pakeh and Crystal Bay on the west side of the island, Gamat Bay is characterised by an excellent visibility, wonderful marine life and a steep slope. The ocean floor is occupied by groups of colorful corals and white sands, providing shelter to diverse specimens of nudibranchs and reef fish.
As the most popular snorkeling site and the closest to all sorts of modern facilities in the island, Crystal Bay has everything a seasonal snorkeler would love to see: minimal current, crystal-clear visibility and amazing marine discoveries. The waves and the chop are much smaller, all thanks to the sheltering effect of the bay itself and the Batumejinong Islet on the anterior side.
“Kelingking” literally means “Pinkie” in English as if you are destined to make a pinky promise to visit this piece of paradise. Often times it’s referred as T-Rex beach that surprisingly bears uncanny resemblance to the famous Navagio Beach in Greece. For these reasons, many travelers vouch for Kelingking as the best spot in west Nusa Penida.
While it may not offer the same vantage point as the first one, the abundance of photo props around Paluang Cliff and the fact that it’s only minutes of walk away from Kelingking point makes it an equally worthy spot to visit to feed your social media craze.
Known locally as Pasih Uug, the beach is called “Broken” for its arch-like cliff formation that allows the water to flow in and out of the ocean. Take a time to walk on the cliff or just relax at the edge and see the “trapped” beach in 360-degree view.
The water in this natural infinity pool is directly supplied by ocean waves crashing over its edge. If condition permits, you may take a dip while being monitored by our guide. We encourage you to take pictures from the rocks above and if you are lucky, you can spot a few dolphins schooling around as well.
Please take a note that you need to be ready at the earliest time range for hotel pickup. Apart from departure time, the timetable below is an estimation only and may vary in the actual trip.
Benefits and other important notes you need to know
Available for accommodation in Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Canggu, North Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Denpasar, Sanur and main area of Ubud. Please contact us if you are staying in other area.
Save 10% for 3 participants or more (becomes IDR 900,000 / US$64 per person)