Angel's Billabong at Nusa Penida Island
An incredible natural infinity pool on Nusa Penida Island’s Southwestern cliff edge with its emerald hues and crystalline waters!
It's located nearby Pasih Uug (Broken Beach), another popular site with unique limestone formations. The naturally formed rock lagoon offers a scenic seascape.
With its emerald hues and crystalline waters, the Angel’s Billabong is the epitome of stunning.
You can descend into its crystal-clear rock pools for a swim or a soak, but only during low tide.
Keep reading and find all you need to know before you go to Angel's Billabong, but feel free to jump to any section that interests you.
- What to Expect at Angel's Billabong
- Angel's Billabong Address & Map Location
- Angel's Billabong Entrance Fee
- How to Get to Angel's Billabong
- Manta Ray Viewpoint
- Best Time to Visit Angel's Billabong
- Budget Hotels Near Angel's Billabong
- Angel's Billabong Tour
- Angel's Billabong Sunset Point
What to Expect at Angel's Billabong
When you arrive at Angels Billabong there is a carpark on the cliffs you will be asked to pay a parking fee of 10,000 IDR.
Then walk down from the parking area you will see there are signposts leading the way down the steps to Angel’s Billabong, so you won’t get lost.
There are a number of viewpoints of Angels Billabong, however most of the visitors is going down in the infinity pool itself.
When you reach in the infinity pool itself you will see the water is clear as crystal with its emerald hues.
Imagine that! We sure wish we were lounging around at Angel’s Billabong this very moment.
Angel's Billabong Address & Map Location
Angel's Billabong is located in the village of Sakti, Banjar Sumpang, Nusa Penida Island, Kelungkung Regency, Bali, Indonesia.
Nusa Penida is a beautiful island of about 60,000 inhabitants located only 45 minutes by boat from the island of Bali.
His landscapes are natural and in general, virgin; Its lands are mountainous, thus offering spectacular views over the sea.
How to Get to Angel's Billabong
Getting to Angel's Billabong you have to go to Nusa Penida Island, you can catch fast boat from several port in Bali mainland.
Regular speed boat services operate daily between Nusa Penida and Sanur in South Bali as well as between Nusa Penida and Kusamba and Padang Bai in East Bali.
Ticket is 175,000 IDR per person for each way, and can be bought at the pier and leave at least once a day starting.
The journey takes 40 to 50 minutes depending on the weather and the swell—in inclement weather this can be a rough trip.
Exploring the island yourself by scooter will cost around 70,000 Rupiah and you can rent one straight from the harbour, but be ready for bumpy road and many hole to avoid and this take more energy.
As long as you enjoying riding motorbike and no rush you will fine. The winding streets and natural countryside will accompany you during the trip.
To get to this Angel's Billabong you have trough Banjar Sumpang and ask to local people due to the location are still quite difficult to find.
Once you reach at the parking area, you have to walk down the pathway towards the cliffs, you’ll see signposts leading the way down the steps to Angel’s Billabong.
Angel's Billabong Entrance Fee
No entrance fee required to visit Angel's Billabong and beach, however it just small amount of 5,000 IDR for parking.
And the payment should be cash in Indonesian Rupiah (IDR), so please prepare small cash before you come here.
Manta Ray Viewpoint
There is plenty of exploring to do around the cliffs and you may be lucky and spot some manta rays flying around in the ocean below the cliffs.
From above the cliff and you can see the beautiful photo spot with natural and exotic panorama view of Manta Ray.
Some things you need to prepare before visiting this places. Prepare a full camera or cellphone battery because there will be a lot of natural scenery which is a pity if not photographed.
And make sure you come when the weather is good and the water does not install so you can enjoy the pool and beach to the full.
Best Time to Visit Angel's Billabong
As Angel's Billabong is a beach area, so the best time to visit is between April and October, the island's dry season.
However, July to September are the most ideal months to visit this beach since it is little rain and sometime no rain et all.
Even you come during dry season, we recommend you should follow the instructions from the guide before going down to the pond.
Don’t attempt to swim at Angel’s Billabong outside of the right times. The waters from the open Indian Ocean can be pretty rough.
Budget Hotels Near Angel's Billabong
If you interested to stay overnight below are the list some great places to stay, and selected some guesthouses and hotels near Angel's Billabong on Nusa Penida that should fit your budget.
- Tarzan Marriott On Penida → US $ 24 per night
- Rama Home Stay → US $ 17 per night
- Sunrise Penida Hill → US $ 29 per night
- Bintang Golden Hills Villa → US $ 27 per night
Angel's Billabong Tour
The roads to Angel's Billabong on Nusa penida Island can sometimes be uneven and rocky.
Ride a scooter is not recomended if you’re not familiar with riding on such unpaved roads.
So the best way is do Nusa Penida One Day Tour from local expert, is all inclusive tour which included of return hotel transfer, fast boat tickets, meals, and taxes.
Angel's Billabong Sunset Point
For those who stay in Nusa Penida for more than one day, here is a great little tip for enjoying Angel's Billabong from a unique angle. Instead going down in the infinity pool itself.
There is a swing facing east which also call Angel's Billabong Sunset Point, where can swing while enjoying an amazing sunset. Definitely one of the best sunset spots on the island of Nusa Penida.
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