Dream Beach Bali

Nusa Lembongan nowadays has been on the radar of many travelers from all over the world. This small island is an alternative from Bali which is only just across. This tiny island of 8 kilometers square is often overlooked, but once you get there, you will find yourself in a paradise. With only approximately 6,000 people inhabiting this tiny island, Nusa Lembongan is pretty secluded and a perfect alternative from the crowded Kuta or Jimbaran. The lack of activities in Nusa Lembongan makes it preserved in its natural way. In Nusa Lembongan, you can get the picturesque island of pristine white sandy beach with coconut trees, hidden coves, cliff viewpoints with a breathtaking sunset as the background. 

One of the most well-known attraction in Nusa Lembongan is Dream Beach Bali. Dream Beach is the perfect escapade from the bustling area in Bali. Dream Beach offers the dreamiest view of a stretch of white sand on the island. Be amazed at the splendid view of the beach secluded by limestone cliff spans the coastline of the southern Bukit Peninsula. Feel the laid-back ambiance on the Dream Beach Bali or playing in the water, which is clean and clear, perfect for a family vacation with children. 

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In Dream Beach, you get to enjoy Bali’s best reef breaks near the shore or try paddling for more relaxed water activities. If you’re an advanced rider, try the challenging Impossible world-class reef breaks down south, or try Balangan on the up north for beginner riders. Some area is safe to swim but always look out for the strong current. If you wanted to see the stunning view of the area of Dream Beach Bali, try to climb the nearby cliff edges and see the beach from bird’s eye view. Don’t forget to take photos while enjoying the breezy weather on the swing available on the area. You can also order dishes or soft drinks from the nearby warung or food stalls in the area. Stay at the beach until the evening to enjoy the stunning burning sunset.

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If you’re looking for a more adventurous experience, try to explore the cliffs where the water areas are deep, and you can cliff jump. However, keep in mind that there is no designated official place to cliff jump, therefore always take precautions and advice before deciding to go for it. Exploring the right-hand area of the beach and you might get lucky to find Dream Beach Bali Cave. During low tide, you can walk around the cave where you will find a secluded beach and a deep cave where usually no one will be there. Thus, you get all the area for yourself!

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Another amazing treat in Dream Beach Bali is the famous Devil’s Tears. Along the cliff, you will get the chance to see Devil’s Tear, which is some kind of a cave where the waves smashing up against a rock, sucks the water in and then spit it out through a blowhole as if exploding. The natural phenomenon creates mist as if tears and sometimes it can create a rainbow right in front of you. Stay alert as the water gets quite high and you can get knocked off your feet thus you should always maintain a safe distance. 

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How to Get to Nusa Lembongan

First, book your flight ticket to go to Ngurah Rai International Airport to reach Bali mainland. If you’re traveling from Bali mainland, you can arrange ferry where you’ll arrive at Mushroom Beach ferry port. Mushroom Beach is the spot where most boats arrive from Bali. From Mushroom Beach, you can arrange a car to take you around the island for a day or you can rent a scooter. Keep in mind that this tiny island can be reached within 30 minutes drive. 

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Where to Stay in Nusa Lembongan

One of the nearest guesthouses from Dream Beach Bali is Dream Beach Huts. Dream Beach Huts offer a stunning view of Dream Beach as the back yard. You can choose from 28 bungalows that are inspired by traditional rice barns. Stay in one of the huts made of thatched-roof huts with outdoor bathrooms and cold-water shower. After lazing on the Dream Beach, you can also try the infinity pool on this guest house perched on the limestone cliff above Dream Beach Bali.  In the pool area, you get to see the whole area which is overlooking the turquoise sea. Or you can choose from many accommodations right here and get yourself great deals!

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