NUSA LEMBONGAN DREAM BEACH

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DREAM BEACH DESCRIPTION

Dream Beach is the most popular stretch of sand on the island of Nusa Lembongan. Dream Beach is a secluded 115-metre stretch of white sand on the southwestern coast of Lembongan Island.

The small bay is enclosed by cliffs on either side and the crystal clear water exposes a nice reef below the surface. Bars and hotels line the beach in what has become a very touristy location.

However, it is still worth visiting Dream Beach on Nusa Lembongan. You can enjoy the breath-taking seascapes with bird’s-eye views from above the nearby cliff edges, or head down to the small cove and dig your feet into the soft sandy coast.

The blue waters are clear and great for swimming during low tide, however, extra care must be taken as it can get pretty rough since it faces directly to the Indian Ocean.

Frequently Asked Questions

Travelers arrive from all over the world to visit Nusa Penida and it is not possible to include international airfare in our prices. Our tours include transport and transfers to/from Nusa Penida Island from mainland Bali.
We always recommend packing as light as possible. Loose cotton clothing is best for this climate. Sun protection is recommended. If you're joining us for snorkeling you'll need your swimsuit. We provide all snorkel equipment required.
Cash out, ATM and money exchange services on Nusa Penida are limited. While most of the larger hotels and restaurants accept credit cards many others do not. We recommend you bring enough cash for your stay.
Nusa Penida has a general hospital, Rumah Sakit Pratama, in Banjar Nyuh, with Doctors, Nurses, 24hr Emergency Dept & onsite dispensary. This new facility is adequately equipped to treat minor illness and surgical operations but serious cases are sent back to mainland Bali for treatment
Nusa Penida is officially a malaria-free zone.

Nusa Penida Island lies in the middle of the Lombok Strait, one of the deepest channels in the world. The boundary is also known as the Wallace Line. Unpredictable tides and strong currents bring up deep nutrient-rich waters that feed the variety of extraordinary marine life to be found here.

Care is to be taken when swimming in any waters around Nusa Penida. Crystal Bay, Ped Village and Toyapakeh beaches are the safest to swim. The Island at Crystal Bay should be avoided as whirlpools and down-currents are common around the island and especially to the right.

Other beaches including Angels Billabong, Atuh Beach and Kelingking should be approached by checking the conditions first with your guide or a local stall-holder.

Bicycles area available to rent at Penida Colada Lounge Bar in Ped Village. Most of the roads on the north coast of the Island between Toyapakeh and Sampalan are flat and well surfaced. This is a great way to see the island at your own pace. But if you venture further up into the hills be prepared for hairpin turns, loose gravel and degraded shoulders in places.

The road to Angel's Billabong and Broken Bay is due to be sealed in 2018, but for now this road is near impossible to navigate by pushbike and only a little easier by scooter.

Scooters are widely available for rent and are the main form of transport around the island. Scooter hire includes fuel. For those not comfortable driving themselves, willing locals are also more than happy to transport you on the back of their motorbike for a fee.

In one day, you could easily tour the island and cross over to the smaller island of Nusa Ceningan.

Yes, in most cases we can arrange additional accommodation at our starting or ending hotels, excluding European tours. Please contact a G Adventure Specialist for price information or check under “Hotels, Transfers & City Breaks” on the tour page of our website for prices.

If we are unable to provide you with the extra nights we will give you the name of a hotel you can contact directly. Please also note that extra accommodations must be booked outside of 30 days of departure