Nusa Ceningan

Nusa Ceningan is the smallest of the trio of islands located off the coast of mainland Bali. The island is easily accessible by a yellow suspension bridge which links it to Nusa Lembongan. The bridge is a well-known landmark and is only wide enough for foot traffic and mopeds. Getting to Nusa Lembongan takes approximately 45 minutes via boat from Sanur Beach on Bali island.

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Though the smallest of the three islands, Nusa Ceningan packs a mighty punch. It a has a reputation that attracts adventurous travelers with cliff jumping, roaring surf breaks, and zip lining. Mahana Point Cliff Jump attracts daredevils who take the plunge into the deep, clear-blue water below. If cliff-jumping is not on your agenda, there’s a quaint bar on the cliff top which gives you the chance to watch surfers carve up the waves.

The Blue Lagoon is also known as an ideal cliff-jumping location and lures both onlookers and jumpers alike. This spot is legendary in the cliff-jumping world due to the ratio of beauty to danger – caution is advised here. Aside from the high adrenaline activities, the island also offers several traditional Balinese temples, world-class snorkeling – often in the company of manta rays – and the chance to see a traditional seaweed farm.