Nusa Penida is the biggest chunk of island compared to her sisters Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. Located in the furthest southeast of Bali’s main island this enchanting piece of heaven not only offers breathtaking beaches with diverse coral and fish ecosystems but also has some beautiful temples and historical sites that are worth visiting. From an administrative point of view, the Nusa islands belong to the Klungkung regency part of Bali region, which was the former center of the Gelgel Dynasty.
This island is adored by many divers because there are many wonderful diving spots surrounding which are still located inside the area of Coral Triangle Conservation. In 2010 Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan were established as a Marine Protected Area (MPA), to advance conservation throughout the region, it encompasses 20,057 hectares and is a home for diverse coral ecosystems containing some 298 species of coral and 576 species of reef fish.
There are also many things to discover on the land of Nusa Penida, hidden waterfall with such a challenging track, breathtaking viewpoints toward the Indian Ocean, and many amazing beaches such as Kelingking Beach, Diamond Beach, Angel Billabong, Atuh Beach, and others), also beautiful unique temples are waiting to be explored by adventurous tourists.