Banjar Nyuh Nusa Penida

Banjar Nyuh Pier in Nusa Penida is one of the entrances to the island, which is now a busy port since the popularity of the island of Nusa Penida as a tourist destination. Indeed, Nusa Penida has many excellent tourist attractions that must be enjoyed when scheduling a tour on this island. And the port of Banjar Nyuh itself is strategically located in the western part of Nusa Penida. The tour route in the direction of the West is a popular tour destination for tourists, which offers a number of favorite tourist attractions such as Kelingking beach attractions, Broken Beach, Angel’s Bilabong and Crystal Bay.

Banjar Nyuh harbor or wharf, located between the ports of Toya Pakeh and Buyuk, Banjar Nyuh Pier is located adjacent to the islands of Nusa Ceningan, Nusa Lembongan and the island of Bali. If you take a speed boat or fast boat from Sanur Bali, it will take about 30 minutes to reach Banjar Nyuh port in Nusa Penida. Here you can find various types of tourist services needed by travelers, such as motorbike rental services, car rental plus drivers, as well as tour agents who are ready to take you around enjoying the various beauties of Nusa Penida attractions.

Interestingly enough, this Banjar Nyuh pier, offers a charming beach beauty, the beach is also white sand, making it ideal for relaxing enjoying the natural beauty of the beach and the blue sea. In the distance on the main plains of Bali, Mount Agung stands majestically. The beach in Banjar Nyuh faces west, so you can also see the natural beauty of the sunset from here. The beach with the pier which is always busy with the crossing routine, will be even more beautiful in the afternoon. Rows of fast boats and motorboats lined up beautifully with the silhouette rays of the sunset.

From Banjar Nyuh Pier to Toya Pakeh harbor, it is quite close about 700 meters, can be reached by foot, Toya Pakeh itself offers underwater recreation such as snorkeling and diving activities, Interesting spots in that place include the Buddha Temple spot and GT Toya Pakeh, while the pontoon belongs local cruise ship Quicksilver Cruise, a place for watersport recreation in the middle of the sea.