• Snorkeling Nusa Penida Bali

    Snorkeling Nusa Penida Bali

  • Lembongan cliff jumping

    Lembongan cliff jumping

  • Manta safari Snorkeling

    Manta safari Snorkeling

  • Go to Nusa Penida from Sanur

    Go to Nusa Penida from Sanur

  • To Nusa Penida snorkeling trip

    To Nusa Penida snorkeling trip

  • Welcome to Lembongan Adventure

    Nusa Penida snorkeling-Lembongan snorkeling-Nusa Penida tour-Lembongan tour activities. Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida is a small island off the southeast coast of the main island of Bali. Fast becoming one of Bali’s most popular attractions, this island paradise is a world away from the hassle and hectic pace of South Bali. Neither hawkers nor traffic mar the magnificent scenery; this is a fine place to just put your feet up and relax. Main activities include surfing, diving, and snorkeling. The water is some of the clearest you will find anywhere, and a vivid aqua blue in color.Please discover big pelagic under water and fantastic coral reef. The heartland of Nusa Penida Snorkeling or diving offers stunning visibility, healthy reefs, and pelagics. And you won't even have to swim here, as every dive is adrift. We will swim with the majestic manta rays (snorkeling) of Nusa Penida on this amazing Bali snorkeling and Manta Safari trip. Stop at the famous Manta Point to spot them is an unforgettable magical experience of Nusa Penida Snorkeling! Explore Crystal Bay, Gamat bay, Toya Pakeh wall, Budda Temple and Mangrove Point for the perfect snorkel experience. Nusa Penida, located 20 km south-east of Bali mainland, is the largest of Bali's 3 sister islands - Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan - and is characterized by the dramatic, steep cliffs along its coastline. At Manta Point, a protected bay located southwest along the coast of Nusa Penida, the ocean is rich with plankton and attracts reef manta rays, which measure an impressive 4-5 meters in wing-span and are black on their backs and white underneath. While there can be strong swells in this area due to the Indian Ocean waves that pound the coast, we monitor conditions and take you there as long as it is safe and there are manta rays swimming less than 1.5 meters from the surface. THE BEST SNORKELING TRIPS IN BALI When we arrive there is a half a dozen of the huge creatures, with their massive rippling wings, circling around a cove, surrounded by sheer limestone cliffs. The water is rough, three-foot swells blow in from the south, breaking against the cliffs, but in spite of the slight murkiness, it’s impossible to miss the Manta Rays. Mantas are massive things, more than a meter across and at least as long, they don’t so much swim as the fly, slowly flapping their wings through the water with a sense of timing and grace that few animals possess. There is something hypnotic about their movements. Once again I simply floated, bobbing about on the surface of the sea, beaten around a bit by the swell, while the mantas rather gracefully swam through, under and around us, like some proud eagles investigating these curious new onlookers. The rays themselves are so massive, so foreign in shape that it takes some time to come to terms with them. You think at first that they have no eyes. Or no eyes where you might think there should be eyes. Their bodies are black and it is difficult to make out the eyes — which are also black — amidst the darkness of their skin, but then some ray of sunlight breaks through the choppy water and you see the unmistakable glint of a dark eyeball, not at all where you thought it might be and then it dawns on you that they have been watching you all this time, never doubting for a moment where your eyes are. And then the way they have been swimming, the curious pattern of back and forth, becomes clear and you realize these are not simply fish, but something else, something very curious, inquisitive even. They swim at you head on, slowing as they approach, as if they are perhaps nearsighted and need a closer look at your floating form, and then they dive about three feet down and slide under you. Once they are clear of you they turn around and repeat the process. Sometimes I dive under them, watching from below as their vast white bellies move overhead, white wings beating slowly, rhythmically through the water. Mantas are creatures of great grace, they move with poise, like underwater dancers, slowly flapping their way through the depths. If you ever have the opportunity to swim with mantas don’t pass it up there is little else in the world like it.

    Bali Trip Activities

    Cliff Jumping And Snorkeling
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    Nusa Penida Diving
    Nusa Penida Trips
    Nusa Penida Package Hotel
    Bali 4WD Offroad
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