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.
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.