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Located in Bali’s northwest corner, this island is home to pristine reefs ideal for diving and snorkeling, unspoiled white sand beaches, beautiful Hindu temples, and an abundance of wildlife both in and out of the water. Menjangan (“Deer”) Island is named after the herd of rare Java rusa deer found wandering its savannahs or bathing at its beaches. The island is part of West Bali National Park’s marine reserve. It’s about a 4 ½ hour drive from Denpasar to nearby Pemuteran Beach and Labuhan Lalang, where a motorboat must be hired for the 30-minute trip to the island.