Best Things To Do on Nusa Ceningan
NUSA CENINGAN ISLAND IN A (COCO)NUT SHELL
Visiting Nusa Ceningan will provide countless hours of exploration and fun. It is very easy to spend days soaking up the sun while cruising the tropics on your scooter.
The Nusa Islands are closely connected making it a breeze to see them all. Nusa Ceningan, connected to Nusa Lembongan by the iconic Yellow Bridge is a hop, skip, and jump away. So, grab your keys, head on over and enjoy the many things to do in Nusa Ceningan.
TAKE A SNAP AT THE YELLOW BRIDGE
Before crossing from one island to the next, get a quick snap at the famous Yellow Bridge. Peaceful in the morning and bustling throughout the day, this famous landmark is an excellent entrance to your day of adventure.
CRUISE UP THE CENINGAN CLIFFS
Take a drive up the rocky and windy road to the Ceningan cliffs. The ride is bumpy, but the reward is worth it. Sit on a swing and breathe in the all-encompassing views of Nusa Penida. The enormity will make you feel small but grateful for this wonderful life. Cool down before leaving; sip on fresh fruit juice, in their infinity pool, under the sun.
Imagine a beautiful beach with turquoise water, palm trees, and good waves. Now take that image and better it. This is Secret Beach. Whether you are looking to surf or catch a tan, this shoreline will tick the box. Located at the southern-most tip of Nusa Ceningan, this spot is a true gem.
CLIFF JUMP AT MAHANA POINT
Calling all adrenaline junkies, this one is for you! A few steps away from Secret beach is the cliffside restaurant, Mahana Point. It is here where you will find 2 cliff-jumping opportunities. Jump from the smallest ledge, or take the plunge off the highest peak. There is something for everyone. Overlooking the surf break, this is the ideal location for some lunch and a cold coconut, too.
MARVEL AT BLUE LAGOON
Monday blues aren’t necessarily a bad thing. They tend to look a little different when visiting a tropical island. Especially at Blue Lagoon. For us, they represent sunny skies, white sand beaches, and water so blue that it deserves its own Pantone.
Visiting Blue Lagoon is a must when looking for things to do in Nusa Ceningan. Stroll along the limestone cliffs and marvel at the waves crashing up against the rocks. Beauty such as this will have you hypnotised and left in awe. Bring a towel, find some shade, and take the time to be still in nature.
Hidden within a Balinese village overlooking a serene bay, lies The Nomad Bar. This is no ordinary bar, it is a celebration of the adventures we dream of taking. This eight-seater bar resembles late-night taverns where wanderers gathered to plot their next journey.
The Nomad Bar is all about elegant and thought-provoking tipples. They use ingredients from around the world – from saffron to Za’atar, Rum to Arak. Guests can enjoy drinking into the late hours of the night in a setting that calls for intimate conversations.
We can’t define the architecture, so come over and see what memory it ignites.
You will always be welcomed, with a cocktail and with a smile.
After a big day of adventure, nothing quite goes down like a full-flavored, oceanside feast. Seabreeze Cafe is a beautifully designed eatery that will cater to your every need. The seating is arranged to give everyone an undisturbed ocean view that will leave your eyes wandering in amazement. Seabreeze offers both Indonesian and Western cuisines, as well as scrumptious sweet treats. Grab a seat on the upstairs terrace or sit poolside on a bean bag and absorb the paradise that surrounds you.
Are you looking for an adventure that will take your breath away? Look no further than the zipline at Island Cove Resort. This 100-meter-long thrill ride runs over the sparkling blue waters of Nusa Ceningan and is surrounded by lush greenery on either side. Soar through the sky and discover a rare perspective of the island while enjoying the views that provide an idyllic backdrop for photographs.
Whether you’re flying solo or bringing the family, this outdoor activity is suitable for everyone.
The stunning sceneries are just the beginning of what Island Cove Resort has to offer. Once your exhilarating zipline experience is over, take a break at the onsite restaurant where you can indulge in delicious food and drinks. Alternatively, relax and soak up the sun at the infinity pool that overlooks the ocean.
So, what are you waiting for? Jump on your scooter and head over to the Yellow Bridge for an unforgettable ride that will leave you buzzing
For those with a bit more time on their hands, we highly recommend staying at The Palms Ceningan. This stunning beachfront hotel delivers panoramic sceneries of the Indian Ocean and boasts one of the best sunset points on Ceningan. Anyone who walks in will struggle to walk out at the end of their stay. The hotel provides 8 newly renovated bungalows that allow for wave-watching from the comfort of your bed. Good vibes are the only vibes at The Palms.
The wonderful owners, Jay and Wayne are extremely attentive and will ensure that you are taken care of by their team of smiling employees. Whilst staying at The Palms, you will have everything at your fingertips. The onsite restaurant offers a wide selection of delicious, fresh food and tasty drinks. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, you won’t ever need to leave your poolside sun lounge. Catering to meat eaters, vegetarians, and vegans, everyone is sure to be satisfied
If surfing is what you are after, you could not get any closer to the lineup. Mahana point surf break is directly in front of The Palms and has a designated staircase that leads into the ocean. It truly does not get any better than that.
After a tough day in paradise, let the sound of the waves rock you to sleep, and do it all again tomorrow.
This is what we call the good life.