Explore Lembongan

When Bali feels a bit hectic and you need a timeout, to relax on a quiet beach or a surf break that is not crowded, hop into a speedboat into Lembongan, only 30mnt ride away from Sanur, Bali. Nusa Lembongan has some incredible spots shaped by nature, full of hidden coves, perfect sunset spots for your island getaway.
This guide will help you plan a seamless trip to enjoy the islands and it’s must-see spots.

Getting There:
While there are few ways to get to Lembongan, for the sake of safety and service quality, we would like to advise not to take the local boats, and go with reputable fast boat companies instead. The ride is usually no more than 30 minutes and most boats leave from Sanur’s Sindhu beach or Matahari Terbit Beach. There are other boats leaving Via the Serangan island. While the price can be varied a little from one company to the other, usually it cost 250-350k for a return trip. Choose one that is reputable and best suits your budget.

Getting Around:
Once you are on the island, you can easily rent a scooter or a push bike. The island’s major attraction can be easily explored in just one day. If you fancy the 4 wheels options, however, there are electric golf cart for rent in Mushroom Bay, or you can rent pickup trucks with driver to take you places around Lembongan.

Lembongan Map

The bigger of the 2 islands is mainly consist of the Jungut Batu area, and the Mushroom beach area, and all the attraction in between. Small, compact, and easy to explore, Lembongan is the perfect place to be based to explore the Nusa Islands.
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Dream Beach:
Like its name, is a small sandy inlet between cliffs located not far from Paus Putih. You can enjoy the white sand and clear turquoise waters with 50k entrance fee. however, if you don’t fancy the fees, you can still enjoy the view from the side, and sunset here is gorgeous, the beauty is second only to the next attraction below.
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Dream Beach

Devil’s Tears:
The Devil’s tears is a cliff with a sharp jagged rock face, created by years of big swell and high waves crashing into the rock’s surface, creating an alien landscape by the sea, the huge crashing waves left a mist that is quite the display of mother nature’s power. Which is also the reason, why we must implore our dear guest, to stay off the cliff’s edge when enjoying the scenery. Yes, we know the selfie opportunity is great, but there is already too much story of people falling swept up by the waves in this very spot, and so we must implore you that safety comes first.
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Devils Tears

Tidal Pools:
Located on the other side of devils tears, the rock pools are even more impressive, the tidal pools that formed by years of waves crashing create a beautiful alien landscape, it’s best to enjoy during sunset, as the pools reflect the scenery as the sun goes down in the horizon.

Tidal Pool

Sandy Bay Beach Club:
From the rock pools, you can see this little cove of white sand. to enjoy this sandy inlet, you will have to go to the beach club, and while there, you can enjoy some really good western food from one of the best restaurants on the island.
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Mushroom Beach:
Also, the place where the boat land but is arguably one of the best spots for swimming. the turquoise blue water is tempting enough to jump into from the boat you are coming with! there is plenty or restaurant around to sate your hunger, or you can just plop down in the sand. we recommend coming before 10 AM or after 4.30 pm to avoid the boats, and it’s only 10 mnt walk from our hotel.
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Mushroom Beach Sunset

Panorama Point:
It is the highest point of the island, located halfway between the Mushroom Beach and Jungut Batu, provides a very lovely view of the bay. There are a few restaurants here with VIP seat for the view.
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Panorama Point

Jungut Batu Beach:
Famous for its sunsets, and the main drop off point for visitors from Bali. The sunset is exceptional, and the long white sand stretches from Maharigi all the way to the mangrove made for a pleasant afternoon walk.
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Jungut Batu Beach

Located in the very tip of Jungut Batu, the Mangrove forest in Lembongan is about a hundred years old and is a very important part of the island’s ecosystem. Lembongan’s best snorkeling sport also happens to be located here. You can join a boat tour to explore the mangrove forest and go to the snorkeling spots. The mangrove is the quieter part of the island, the cafes and restaurant here feature rustic and or quirky themes, and they come with swings and happy hour too!
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