Blue Lagoon on Nusa Ceningan- Bali
Blue Lagoon on Nusa Ceningan is a must see when visiting the Nusa Islands. We started our morning off at The Tamarind Resort on Nusa Lembongan and headed from there to Nusa Ceningan. If you are looking for a place to stay while visiting the Nusa Islands, I highly recommend The Tamarind Resort. They have amazing included breakfast, beautiful rooms and villas, and the best customer service. At around 9 am, ten of us jumped on our motorbikes and headed off.
How to get to Blue Lagoon on Nusa Ceningan
The drive from the main area in Nusa Lembongan is roughly a 15 minute drive, or 10 km. You will definitely want to rent a motorbike if you are heading to the Blue Lagoon on Nusa Ceningan, or anywhere really. The best way to get around is by motorbike so you will definitely want to rent one. Most accommodations will have a recommendation of where you can rent one, or they will offer them. You can expect to pay around 60,000 Rupiah per 24 hour period. If your accommodation does not offer motorbike rental, have a walk down the street and someone will offer one to you.
Once you have your motorbike sorted you can head off over the yellow bridge that connects Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. Once you arrive at the Blue Lagoon, there is a little place to park your motorbike and go take in the amazing views.
Check out the map below for the exact location.
What to Expect at Blue Lagoon
Blue Lagoon on Nusa Ceningan is an absolutely stunning view point. The waters are a milky bright blue color surrounded by lush green bush. There are a few places for shade but not many so bring your sunscreen! Make sure you sit back and relax for a while, and keep your eyes for sea turtles, as I have seen turtles both times I have visited Blue Lagoon.
Cliff Jumping at Blue Lagoon on Nusa Ceningan
The main reason our little adventure pod traveled to the Blue Lagoon on Nusa Ceningan was for the cliff jumping. To get to the cliff jumping spot, look straight at the Lagoon and take the road left from the little parking lot. There will be a small concrete path through bush. I would recommend taking the motorbike, it’s not far, but it is hot to walk in the sun. You can park your motorbike just past the small concrete path.
Once you arrive at the cliffs edge, you will see several jump off points. Make sure not to jump if you don’t see a clear and calm way out, as the water gets pretty rough. We were unable to jump that day, as this was our case. If it is too rough you can check out another cliff jumping spot around the corner, called Mahana Point. I have a full blog post about it that you can check out HERE.
If you loved this post, make sure you go ahead and share it!