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The island is much smaller and less tourist populated than its neighbours. With excellent food, crystal blue waters and white sandy beaches, the place is pure heaven.
What to see and do on Nusa Lembongan? Nusa Lembongan Island is a super-chilled out tropical paradise. It's got gorgeous blue-turquoise water, dreamy white sand beaches and boutique bungalows.
The best things to do in Lembongan:
One of the main things to do in Nusa Lembongan is snorkelling and scuba diving. The conditions are absolutely perfect. Popular dive spots include Mantra Point, the Mangrove Forest, and Blue Corner. You can go for a day trip or you can get PADI qualified on the Nusa islands.
The mangrove forest along the eastern side of Nusa Lembongan is extensive. The thick, shady tangle provides shelter to a number of interesting species.
Although touring the mangrove forest isn’t “big” among the things to do in Nusa Lembongan, it’s a good option for bird lovers—especially ones in search of kingfishers.
Most popular of the attractions on dry land is the finger of lava jutting out from the island known as the Devil’s Tear. Waves crash along the sea cliffs sending spray high into the air. The green algae and blue water add colorful contrast to photos of the drama.
Getting to Nusa Ceningan is super easy by bike, so I recommend spending half a day exploring Ceningan. Highlight include Blue Lagoon, the Nusa Ceningan Cliff jumps at Mahana Point, and Secret Beach.
Nusa Lembongan has many hidden beaches where you can relax and swim in warm blue waters.
Jangut Batu Beach is the longest and seen from the hill, has great surf, but it’s not as pleasant for regular swimmers.
Dream Beach (located close to Devil’s Tear), Sandy Bay, Mushroom Beach or Coconut Bay – all are great for relaxing day out where you can lie down and catch some sunshine.
Nusa Lembongan is famous for its seaweed farms which makes sense as this part of Indonesia is covered in seaweed.
To find the farms make your way to the shoreline in the southeast of the island where you will see locals harvesting and drying the seaweed in the sun.