Diamond Beach, New Destinations on Nusa Penida Bali, Indonesia
Nusa Penida has a relatively new beach destination but has a remarkable charm named Diamond Beach.
Diamond Beach is in Pekujutan Village, Nusa Penida which is now a new mainstay destination in the Banjar Pelilit area and is loved by many tourists both domestic and foreign. It is said to be new because Diamond Beach was only opened to the public in 2018 ago.
Diamond Beach is located between Bukit Molenteng and Atuh Beach attractions. This beach presents cliffs with clusters of coral islands on the south side which are connected by footpaths that have been made permanently by local residents.
Before there is access to the trail there, tourists can only enjoy the view of a group of islands from the top of the cliff. While those who can reach the beach are usually only locals who want to fish. And now the mountains have been able to see a cluster of coral islands close to beauty that is no less extraordinary to tax the eyes.
The beach which is located at the southeastern tip of Nusa Penida presents a complete combination of sights ranging from high cliffs, the charm of white sand beaches. And also the beautiful landscape of the ocean off the Indian Ocean which makes you amazed.
How to get faster to Diamond Beach
Diamond Beach is in Pekujutan Village, Klungkung, Nusa Penida, which is in one area with Atuh Beach. To reach it, you have to go down the stairs with a length of about 25 meters, need to be careful to go down these stairs because it’s a bit steep. About 10 minutes down the stairs, then you will see the beauty of Diamond Beach up close which really spoils your eyes.
To visit these two beaches, you only need to pay IDR 5,000 at the entrance to the area. The beach is located in the eastern part of Nusa Penida Island, you have to travel about 45 minutes from the port of Banjar Nyuh. You can travel by car or motorcycle that can be rented at Banjar Nyuh Harbor. As for crossing to Bali’s Nusa Penida Island, you can use a speed boat route from Sanur-Banjar Nyuh Port at a rate of Rp. 75,000 once crossing.
Things To do in Diamond Beach
The view from the top on Diamond Beach is one legitimately from the postcards. A shocking white shoreline, satiny blue water, limestones, and palm trees are making a fantasy goal. Precious stone Beach is beyond question something you should do on Bali, Indonesia.
You can stroll up as far as possible up to a little structure where you discover a perspective sitting above the shoreline. The perspective is a simple 5-minute stroll from the stopping zone. Atuh Beach is on the contrary side of the perspective both an absolute necessity visit during your 3-week Bali Route.
Shockingly, Diamond Beach isn’t made for swimming. Each wave contains a great deal of coral and rocks which makes it very agonizing. On the off chance that you are quick enough and go in the middle of the waves you can have a decent chill off in the ocean. Simply be cautious with the current. It is another, obscure spot and there is no assistance down here.