Nusa Lembongan

Located off the south-east coast of mainland Bali, this little island paradise is a world away from the hustle and bustle of other regions. Put your feet up and relax, or enjoy the aqua-blue waters with activities, such as surfing, diving and snorkelling.


Nusa Lembongan


Dream Beach, on the south coast, is an idyllic little hideaway beach with very little boat traffic, meaning you can enjoy a wide stretch of sand and frolic in the waves.

Mushroom Beach is a beautiful and popular stop for day trippers, but the morning and late afternoon can be very serene.

Coconut Bay is the best spot from which to paddle out to the famous Playgrounds surf break.

Dreamland Beach, Nusa Lembongan

Fun in the sun and sea

Nusa Lembongang is all about the ocean, you're sure to spend your time either on the beach, or under the water. Some of the best beat snorkelling and SCUBA diving in Bali can be be access from the many beach or dive operators.

The mangrove forest, on the north-eastern part of the island, is an important part of the marine ecosystem and a wonderful place for a visit. Hire a boat, a standup paddle board or a kayak for a peaceful and relaxing way to explore this natural wonderland.


Getting to Nusa Lembongan

There a few ways of accessing this island paradise. Nusa Lembongan is an easy 30 minute ferry from either Benoa Harbour or Sanur, which can booked in conjunction with shared transfers from all the main resort towns.

If you don't wantto stay on Nusa Lembongan, the Lembongan Beach Club offers day trips from the mainland, including a BBQ lunch, Snorkeling equipment and instruction, Swimming pool, Wave Skis, Glass bottom boat rides, Unlimited banana boat rides and a Guided village tour.

Getting to Nus aLembongan

The Infinity Experience

We see seaweed
Seaweed farms are a unique sight on Nusa Lembongan. With cycles varying from 15 to 30 days, depending on the seaweed, it’s hard work for the farmers. Most of the seaweed farmed here ends up in cosmetics produced out of China and Japan.