Need a comfortable ride from Sanur to Nusa Penida and back? Come aboard this services by Penida Transfer. There is a daily trip departing from Sanur and Nusa Penida. The trip takes approximately 45 minutes, after which you're ready to explore more of the beautiful island of Nusa Penida.
At about 200 square miles, Nusa Penida is larger than the famous Nusa Lembongan. Tourist infrastructure here is small, but it is growing rapidly.
Due to the lack of fresh water, small plants will grow or grow in Nusa Penida and some essential products will be transported by boat, which increases the cost of food. So visitors should expect a higher price than in Bali, but not luxury here.
Nusa Penida has become an illegal bird for endangered birds in Bali and Indonesia, including Balinese (Leucopsar rothschild). In 2004, friends of the National Parks Foundation (FNPF) began introducing the dying Balinese star Nusa penida. In the two years since 2006, 64 birds have been included in the wild. In the spring of 2009, 58 chicks were born in the wild, including about 100 in 2010. Like many species of birds in West Bali National Park that fell to hunters, this did not stop starling to die. The number of Nusa Penida protects birds. In 2006, each region passed a law that prohibited hunting or endangering the lives of birds.
Renting a motorcycle is the most practical option, and this will cost you about Rp 60,000. Look for outlets in Banjar Nyuh, Toyopakeh, Buyuk and Sampalan (or more likely) You may be able to find a rental car with driver and then will easier for you tovisit all destination in Penida withut any risk on self-ride.
There are many quiet and secluded white sand beaches along the north and northwest coasts of Nusa Penida Crystal Bay, Kelingking Beach (T-Rex Bay), Angel's Bilabong, Broken Beach, Atuh Beach, Molenteng Beach, Teletubies Hill, Temeling Forest, Banah Beach, Peguyangan Beach, etc. Other geographical highlights include limestone caves, spectacular high coastal cliffs with karst formations and offshore pinnacles in the south and east, and rugged hill tops in the high centre.