Day 3 - Nusa Lembongan - Water Sports, Island Tour, Kuta Beach Sunset and Party Night.Another day, another island... Nusa Lembongan is a small island between Bali and Nusa Peninda The water is turquoise blue, crystal clear and perfect for water sports. Go for a banana ride, frenzy, sea walking, scuba diving and snorkeling. You can also book a package for a 3 spot snorkeling which would include snorkeling at Manta Bay, Crystal Bay and Toyapakeh and you can snorkel with the giant Manta Rays. I would highly recommend to do water sports activities even if you don't know swimming (I don't know how to swim and it was my first time in the sea). It is a whole another world down there and trust me you will fall in love with sea. Later we went on an island tour in a tuk tuk and arrived at Devil's Tear Bay.
Despite spending over an hour in the water, we felt that we hadn't had enough but couldn't stay for longer as we had to make it back to the harbor before sun set as the boats stopped after that and we didn't want to be stranded on the island. With heavy hearts we started the hour long ascent to reunite with the others who were waiting up top. Once we made it to the top, we had a last glance of one of the prettiest places we had ever seen and left as now we had to get one of us proper medical attention. This time we took a different route to the harbor which was much smoother than the one we had used before. We got to the harbor, dropped the scooters off and boarded our boat back to Nusa Ceningan. On getting back to the island, we headed to our villa, changed our clothes and set out to find a doctor which turned out to be a task. We followed Google Maps to a place that was definitely not a clinic but we found a shop close by and asked them for directions to the doctor. The people we asked for help went out of their way and took us to the doctor who was done for the day but requested him to help us out to which he agreed. He cleaned the wound and bandaged it which costed us IDR 200,000 which negated the savings we made on the scooters. Now that we were fit and fine, we visited Nick's place for food which turned out to be a good decision as the food was fantastic and so was the ambience. After having our stomach's fill, we headed back to the villa and retired for the day.
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Just off of the coast of Bali, around 45 minutes by a boat, are the Nusa islands – Nusa Ceningan, Lembongan and Penida (in increasing order of sizes!)After researching a bit on boat companies, I decided to settle with Scoot and booked our tickets online. All the boats stop at Lembongan before proceeding to the other Nusa islands, and we decided to base ourselves here.. Spent the day exploring this island on rented bikes – the roads are just gorgeous!
Nusa LambonganThe next day afternoon, we were off to Nusa Lambongan. You have to get on a Sanoor (Boat ride) to get to the islands. At the start, we were planning to go to Gilli islands though decided to go here. And the Ithaka App really helped us in planning our journey. It was a 30 minute ride and the time we arrived, we could feel the good vibes flow. The place was amazing, the water has so many shades of blue, the wind and yes the beaches are to die for! I can still feel the waves hit my feet! :)We stayed at Bay Shore Huts with a sea view and that was our rest place as we visited other beaches around Nusa. Some of the places that we visited were. You could take a bike and manoeuvre around easily -1. The Death's Stairs2. Dream Beach3. Mushroom Bay4. Blue Lagoon