This photo is in Nusa Penida Island located at the south east of Indonesia's Island Bali and a district of Klungkung Regency that includes the neighboring small island of Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan and other twelve even smaller islands.
Nusa Penida is one of the major on the major tourist attractions in Bali, I find is so breath-taking landscape, the location where I was standing is the trail going down to the sea shore too bad I wasn't able to do that because they said it's a more than 2 hours trails back and forth and also because of other side trips in the Island and surely miss my ferry boat back to Bali, Island.
How to get there?
There are two options for ferries speedboat or the slow ferry. Everyday ferries leave from Sanur and Padang Bai in Bali. Sanur is the primary point for tourists wishing to travel vis fast boat to the Island.
Travel time :(40-45 minutes)
Cost: Around: IDR -450,000-500,00/person inclusive of Ferry Transfers, Car rent the Island, Food (Lunch ONLY for a day Trip and Tourist Guide)
-Better to go there in a group so you can save expenses for the Car rent in the Island (Remember? The more, the merrier).
-Bring your own bottled water or jar. (As the Island is normally sunny to avoid dehydration + money saving + safe drinking water as the Island is not that commercialized like Bali).
-Bring extra snacks or biscuits. (If you're not the type of person loves to eat Indian-Indonesian type of food. just like me.)
-Pack light. (Because when you book a travel packages you'll go some other tourist spots in the Island).
**You may search various travel packages in Google for other ideas or go to https://www.nusapenidapackages.com/
Absolutely one of my fave spots in Siargao. The Magpupungko Tidal Pools only show up during low tide so you need to plan your trip well and ask the locals. It's always best to come here early as the water tends to become brown when there's a lot of people in the water. Careful about bringing your things and make sure you have strong slippers as the rocks are sharp