- 1 How long is the ferry from Bali to Nusa Penida?
- 2 Is Nusa Penida worth visiting?
- 3 How do I commute to Nusa Penida?
- 4 How much does it cost to go to Nusa Penida?
- 5 Should I stay in Seminyak or Ubud?
- 6 How do I get from Nusa Penida to Ubud?
- 7 How do I get from Kuta to Nusa Penida?
- 8 How do you get from Nusa Penida to Seminyak?
- 9 Can you swim at Nusa Penida?
- 10 Which is better Gili Islands or Nusa Penida?
- 11 How long should you stay in Nusa Penida?
- 12 How long is the boat ride from Sanur to Nusa Penida?
- 13 Are there taxis on Nusa Penida?
- 14 Can you take scooter to Nusa Penida?
How long is the ferry from Bali to Nusa Penida?
Bali Ports From Which You Can Take A Boat To Nusa Penida Takes about 45 minutes. – Kusamba has frequent service too but it sort of off the tourist route. Takes about 40 minutes.
Is Nusa Penida worth visiting?
Nusa Penida is not a modern supercity with great roads and facilities, but that’s what adds to its charm. The island is very authentic, unlike the more tourist-friendly places you might have visited. It is not for the faint of heart, but if you are open to discovering the local culture, it is so worth it!
How do I commute to Nusa Penida?
Getting around the island of Nusa Penida is possible by scooter/bike or by car. Renting a scooter is a much cheaper option and costs around 75,000 Rupiah per day. Despite being cheaper, we strongly recommend against driving a scooter on Nusa Penida as the roads are in extremely poor condition.
How much does it cost to go to Nusa Penida?
As you can see, the main cost differentiator is your mode of transportation on Nusa Penida. If you are okay with renting a motorbike and driving the said bike on your own, I estimate it to cost about Rp 490,000 – 540,000 (US$34 – 37) per person to visit the island for a day trip.
Should I stay in Seminyak or Ubud?
Seminyak is all about the beaches. If you don’t enjoy swimming, surfing, sunning, relaxing, or watching sunsets – you’d be better visiting Ubud. Ubud is more about nature. The most popular attractions include Campuhan Ridge, Tegalalang Rice Terraces, Sacred Monkey Forest, Ubud Market, or one of the many waterfalls.
How do I get from Nusa Penida to Ubud?
From Ubud, you need to go to the ferry port first, which would take about 45 minutes to Sanur or 50 minutes to Klungkung, depends on the traffic. Then you’d need to cross to Nusa Penida island by ferry boat.
How do I get from Kuta to Nusa Penida?
The most common route is to get a fast boat from Sanur to Nusa Penida. If you’re coming from Kuta or Seminyak or other areas in South Bali, your boat ticket from Sanur may include free pick up from your accommodation.
How do you get from Nusa Penida to Seminyak?
There is no direct connection from Nusa Penida to Seminyak. However, you can take the drive to Nusa Penida, take the ferry to Sanur, then take the drive to Seminyak. Alternatively, you can take the drive to Nusa Penida Sampalan, take the Local Ferry to Padang Bai, then take the drive to Seminyak.
Can you swim at Nusa Penida?
No, you cannot swim at Broken Beach because there is no way to access the beach. You can only admire the beach that resides within the cove from the viewing area above. >> Tip: visit Diamond Beach in Nusa Penida where they’ve recently built stairs so you can go down and swim!
Which is better Gili Islands or Nusa Penida?
Gili Islands vs Nusa Islands: Snorkeling & Diving Walk-in snorkeling is much better around Nusa Penida, but difficult to get to. For this reason, the Gili’s are your better snorkeling destination for beginners. You can even snorkel on Gili Trawangan, Air & Meno Islands on an organized day trip.
How long should you stay in Nusa Penida?
I’d recommend at least three days on Nusa Penida. If you truly only have one day to spare, I’d suggest doing that Bali boat trip because it’s quicker and easier to reach the main attractions via the coast than it is the inland roads.
How long is the boat ride from Sanur to Nusa Penida?
From Sanur port, you will pay a local ferryman 60,000 Rupiah per person to take you to Nusa Penida. The boat ride takes bout 20 mins. When you travel to Nusa Penida stops, you can pick up a scooter for 60,000 Rupiah a day, now you can get to any hotel on Nusa Penida within over an hour or less.
Are there taxis on Nusa Penida?
Unlike most of Bali, there is no ojek, Go-Jek, Grab, Uber, or taxi service available on Nusa Penida. That means, the only reasonable way to get around the island is by driving a motorbike.
Can you take scooter to Nusa Penida?
Nusa Penida with scooter. For those who like adventure, the scooter is the best way to discover the island at its own pace. You can check any spot you want and stop to enjoy the viewpoint or take a photo. You can rent scooters at Toyapakeh Harbour and most hotels.