Nusa LembonganThe area where I stayed wasn't exactly commercial, and while you'd have found scooters at every grocery store or home you asked at, you won't find a cycle that easily. I had to hop across to the northern part of the island, near Jungut Batu, to find a bicycle, and here's another word of advice - go as early to get your vehicle as you can.I went towards afternoon, and I think I got the LAST cycle on the island - it was a super rusty one that clanked and creaked ALL THE TIME, the seat wouldn't move (thanks, rust) and was way too high, so my feet wouldn't touch the ground. But hey, I was rather happy about the fact that I actually managed to get a vehicle in the middle of the day, though, so I took it.Oh, and I also fell into a cactus bush because of it, and was stuck pulling out thorns FROM EACH INDIVIDUAL PUNCTURE dammit, but that's another story.Anyhoo, here's everything you can do at Nusa Lembongan -
The Royal Retreat, Nusa Lembongan
Day 6 was reserved for water activities. We had booked this tour on voyagin for a day-trip to Nusa Lembongan. We were picked up by our tour organizer - Lembongan Water Sport in the morning and as we arrived at the Sanur port, we were transferred in fast boats to Lembongan island. From here, we were taken to 3 spots - in nusa penida and nusa lembongan - for snorkelling. After 2-3 hours of snorkeling, we stopped for lunch (included) and then kayaked in mangrove bay for a while before we were transferred back to the port and then to our hotel. The day was tiring but we were happy and content with all the activities and the beautiful sea-life we explored.As we concluded our trip, we were overwhelmed and content with our rich experience exploring the island of the Gods, its beaches, volcanic peaks, rice paddies and coral reefs. We are definitely going to come back soon !