Follow the smooth deep slope with terraces, a nice drift dive – maybe with dolphins on your side. Good place to meet Mola Molas!
Drift down the steepy slope and watch the giants
The Blue Corner Dive Spot is surrounded by a steep slope and has a terrace at around 20 meters. The current is very strong, so the perfect condition for a drift dive. But be careful! Sometimes the currents at this spot are unpredictable. When you are lucky you may see dolphins, a marble ray or even an eagle ray. During the season between July and September when the water becomes cooler, Mola Mola can be spotted around the Blue Corner and Nusa Penida.
Dive Site Facts
Main Dive Region : Nusa Penida
Difficulty : Advanced
Type of Dive : Drift Dive
Access : Boat, Shore
Sealife (* to ****) : 2**
Depth : 10-30 m
Current : can be strong
Water Temp. (avg) from : 19 C
Water Temp. (avg) to : 29 C
Visibility (avg) : 18 m
Big Fish : Barracuda, Morays, Reef Sharks, Mola Mola, Dolphins
Terrain : Coral Reef, Sand, Rubble, Rock
Contour : Slope, Steep Slope
Pura Segara Desa Pekraman Lembongan is probably one of the most beautiful temple in Nusa Lembongan that you can visit during your holiday in the island. This temple located in the busy area of Mushroom bay beach. During full moon or other important days in Balinese calendar, this temple is usually packed with the worshipers. Read more...
Puseh Pekraman Village Lembongan is located nearby Pura Puncak Sari. This temple is situated on a high land with a great view of Lembongan island from the back yard of the temple. If you happen to go hiking in this area, you can stop by and ask local to explain you the history of this village temple. Read more...
Puncak Sari is a beautiful Hindu Bali temple situated in one of the highest points of Nusa Lembongan island with a huge area of garden. From the yard of the temple, we can see the sister islands, Nusa Penida and Ceningan, and also the blue Indian Ocean. Read more...
Pekraman Sakenan Pura Desa Lembongan is a village temple located nearby the yellow suspension bridge connecting Lembongan and Ceningan. This temple is unique because it is situated in the centre of the mangrove forest. During full moon and religious event, many people from the nearby village comes for praying. Read more...
Pura Dalem Desa Pekraman is dedicated to worship Shiva and Durga. When a member of a village pass-away there will be a ceremony hold in this temple; the body will be buried temporarily in temple area called “setra”, until once the family ready it will be dug up again in the future for the cremation ceremony. During Galungan, Kuningan, or Odalan, this temple will be packed with worshippers from many places.Read more...
Next to Devil’s Tear is Dream Beach which is again a mesmerizing sight. Dream Beach is just perfect. Fine sand and crystal water is what one would love here. True to its name, it is not less than a dream. The water is so clear that you can even see the reefs below the surface.
Dream beach is a white sand beach surrounded by hilly landscape. You can swim at this beach when it’s low tide. But if you’re not in the mood for swimming, you can simply just enjoying the scenery from the top of the hill or enjoy a fun swing attached to one of the trees nearby. Read more...
Mushroom Bay Beach was nevertheless charming and relaxing. It was even enjoyable to watch all the boats unloading on the beach since that only happened a few times per day. The beach is not great for swimming, but it is lovely anyway.
There are many bars, restaurants, and shops in the area. Most people come here during sunset hours between 5-7 pm as it is also one of the most favourite spot for watching the sunset. Read more...
This beautiful natural wonder is a must-visit on Nusa Lembongan. The crashing of each wave against the rocky cliffs of this inlet makes for a wonderful acoustic backdrop. Afternoon is the best time to visit. The midday sun brings out the vibrant blues of the clear water.
Always stay behind the ropes for safety, and hang onto children, wear comfortable walking shoes as the rocks are very sharp.
Selambung beach is a small cove just around the corner from Jungut Batu, a short stroll past the restaurants on the hill. There are steep steps down to the beach. Other access is by road over Panorama Point, past the high school (SMA) and the back streets where the bus stops at Lembongan Cliff Top Villas and walk or ride your scooter down past Song Lambung Beach Huts to the beach.
This beach has access to the Playground and Lacerations surfing area and is a great place to learn how to stand up paddle as the water is deep and quiet enough to stand up without being tossed about.
You can hire surfboards, paddleboards, snorkel and flippers down here for reasonable prices—some charter boat service from here.
Its a better location to leave from for surfing than Jugut Batu beach as you don’t have a long paddle or hire a boat to take you out to the reef surfing spots. It’s also quieter than Jugut Batu.
The people here also clean up the litter on the beach in the morning, unlike Jugut Batu, making for a more pleasant stay. There are also some small shops selling drinks and snacks. From here you can take a narrow path past the shop on the south which leads around to Tamarind beach. Read more...