Nusa Penida is part of the Nusa archipelago, located just 12km off of the Balinese mainland. In recent years, the island of Nusa Penida has become increasingly popular because of its stunning coastal cliffs, and pristine beaches. Apparently, its laid-back vibe is reminiscent of the Bali from 10 years ago. It’s not surprising that more and more people flock here to get away from the hustle and bustle of the main island. For more information about how to get to Nusa Penida and where to stay, here is a quick guide for the Nusa Islands. Following is a list of 7 must visit places on Nusa Penida: Continue reading
The Nusa archipelago, located just 12km off of the Balinese mainland, is comprised of three islands: Lembongan, Cenigan and Penida. These islands are quickly becoming one of Bali’s popular travel destinations with their incredible blue water, untouched beaches, stunning coastal cliffs, and world-class snorkeling. The relaxed island vibe is worlds away from the blaring traffic and hectic pace of South Bali. This quick guide will help answer some of your questions about how to get to the Nusa Islands, and what to do once you get there. Continue reading
Bali is one of those places that is at the top of everyone’s bucket list. The island of Bali, known as the ‘Island of the Gods’, is one of the most beautiful places on earth, It’s no wonder that this popular travel destination welcomes over 10 million foreign tourists to its shores each year. Surrounded by lush green rice fields, misty waterfalls, and ornate temples – there is something to do for everyone.
There are many ways to get around Bali depending on time and budget constraints. We usually like to explore a new place by foot, but the heat and humidity in Bali made walking anywhere for longer than 15-20 minutes quite challenging. Instead, we put together a list of the different types of transportation that’ll get you around town or between islands. Continue reading
Before I even started planning for our trip to Bali, I knew that I wanted to stay somewhere special. It’s Bali after all, and just any regular hotel won’t do. Bali is all about luxurious villas with private pools precariously perched in the middle of the jungle or surrounded by rice fields. Whether you’re looking for private pool or to-die-for view, Bali’s got it all for less than $125 USD per day! Yes, you read that right. Continue reading