Nusa Penida is one of the three Nusas and is the largest one among the other two which are called Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. These three islands are located near Bali, the island of God, and are still part of the Bali province. Nusa Penida is located not far from the main island of the province. You can reach the beautiful island by taking a boat from Sanur port within only 30-45 minutes. It is not really a long trip, isn’t it? But, what exactly can people experience when diving in the sea of Nusa Penida? And what should they spend as the exchange? Is that really worth the money and energy to have a Nusa Penida Bali diving experience?
What to expect from Nusa Penida Bali Diving?
Nusa Penida is a beautiful island that has many beautiful spots for free diving as well as for scuba diving. The island of Nusa Penida is particularly well-known for its Manta Ray, the magnificent one, and Mola Mola, the monster of the sea. Many people come for a Nusa Penida Bali diving experience in Manta Bay and Manta Point. But, actually, there are many other diving spots where they can meet and swim with the giant Manta Rays, ugly Mola Molas and other amazing sea creatures such as turtles, colorful small fishes and many more. So, besides Manta Bay and Manta Point, you should also write down Crystal Bay, S.D. Point, Pura Ped, Toya Pakeh and Blue Corner to your list of must-visit spots when coming for Nusa Penida Bali diving experience.
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How much to spend for a Nusa Penida Bali diving experience?
Scuba diving Nusa Penida is just one example among so many interesting activities to do while in Bali. But, the diversity of its underwater wildlife makes it so popular and desired. So, how much does Nusa Penida Bali diving actually cost that makes it so worth doing? Normally, most of the travel agency would provide you with a complete package that includes the tariff for crossing the sea from Sanur port to Nusa Penida, all the pieces of equipment for diving and all the boat transport necessary for the trip. A day trip that includes all of that convenience will only cost around US$ 100 per person. Now, with the same amount of money, do you prefer to buy a pair of sneakers or to have a once-in-a-lifetime experience with beautiful marine life in Nusa Penida?