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Blue Lagoon Nusa Ceningan Island – Indonesia

Blue Lagoon Nusa Ceningan, Bali

It is quite possible that the bluest water you will ever find is here at Blue Lagoon Nusa Ceningan Island. The Nusa Islands are found off the coast of Bali, Indonesia and consist of three beautiful Islands: Penida, Ceningan, and Lembongan. This majestic place is located on the smallest island of the three which is located in the middle of Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan. For any information on what you can or should do on these islands go to The Lembongan Traveler where you can find anything from snorkeling to resorts.

How to get to Blue Lagoon Nusa Ceningan Island

Once you are in Nusa Lembongan, the typical location you arrive at from the mainland of Bali, Indonesia it is quite easy to get to Nusa Ceningan. I recommend your first step is to hire a scooter which is very cheap (about 60.000 Rupiah a day) and gives you the freedom to explore these beautiful islands at your own pace. Even though you will most likely be staying on Nusa Lembongan you won’t need a boat to cross over to see the beautiful Blue Lagoon on Nusa Ceningan because there is is a nifty yellow bridge that allows you to cross freely between the two islands.


Once you arrive at the beautiful Blue Lagoon Nusa Ceningan you will be stunned at what you see. The water is bluer than anything I have ever seen and pictures can’t even do it justice. If you are lucky, like we were, you will be able to see some turtles swimming around amidst all the churning milky blue water of Blue Lagoon. There are plenty of spots to take some amazing photographs so be sure to venture around a bit to get all those different angles.

Blue Lagoon Cliff Jump

Once you have had enough looking at the at all the blue water, you may feel like you want to swim around in it. Lucky for you that is entirely possible, on some days. From the viewpoint at Blue Lagoon Nusa Ceningan which the map above has led you to, you can see across the way a cliff jumping area with an area accessible rock that allows you to get up once you have jumped. However, if the tide isn’t right and if the waves are too big I highly recommend you to refrain from jumping. If you do find yourself in the right conditions at Blue Lagoon cliff, which unfortunately we did not have the pleasure. Make sure to wear some type of shoes as the rocks on the way up are sharp.

To get to the other side from where this above picture was taken go back to the road from which you came and make a right and another right. There will be a trail on the right-hand side after a bit of walking and that will lead you right too an abandoned house and you have made it. Take some time and make an educated decision on if the conditions are right for you to jump. If not, enjoy the beauty that lies in front of you.

Whether the Blue Lagoon cliff jump conditions were ideal or not you won’t regret checking out the amazing area. After all this adventure you may be hungry and there is no better place to visit than Mahana Point. There you can find food, beer, surf, and two separate jumping locations.

Mahana Point Cliff Jump

Mahana point Cliff Jump is a perfect spot to visit after Blue Lagoon Nusa Lembongan, especially if the conditions weren’t right to jump into that beautiful blue water. Like I said, at Mahana Point cliff jump you can enjoy a variety of things ranging from a cliff jump to some delicious lunch. You can rent a surfboard for about 60.000 Rupiah an hour and the awesome thing is you can jump right into the line up from Mahana Point cliff jump. There are two different cliff jumps at Mahana point one being 5 meters ( 15 feet ) and the other 10 meters ( 30 feet ). Note that it is 50.000 Rupiah to jump, which is a bit steep, but worth it to do at least once. If you don’t enjoy surfing, cliff jumping, or cliff jumping then enjoy a nice lunch with a Bintang in the shade. Mahana Point Cliff Jump is a must stop on your visit to Nusa Ceningan Island.


I really hope that this blog was helpful for you and if you have the chance to visit these amazing places on Ceningan Island please let me know how you loved it! Feel free to leave any comments below about how you liked the article and what spots I should adventure next!