Atuh Nusa Penida Beach with its charming limestone cliff charm is 150
meters high bay, located on the east coast of Nusa Penida. Nusa Penida
is an amazing natural island in the southeast of Bali, Indonesia. The
most famous attraction in Nusa Penida is located on the west coast, but
if you have more time then just one day, you should definitely visit
this great place on the east coast of Nusa Penida as well. (Package tour
nusa penida East)

Arriving at Atuh Beach, you can see the charm of this stunning
beach. The best time to see the scene is in the morning around 05.30.
The location of Atuh Beach facing east will look beautiful from the top
of the cliff. Of course very fun if you watch it while watching the
sunrise. The location of the tour package to Nusa Penida that is
suitable to be visited with partner.

Andapun can feel the freshness of coastal air atuh, the blue
sea is stunning and very clear. The left side of the beach there is a
rock cliff named Tanjung Juntil, while the right side there is a cliff
of Labuan Ampuak Stone. To get to the beach Atuh, you have to down a
fairly steep hill and need a strong body condition. But, do not worry
there is a path to facilitate the tourists who are cheap tour to Nusa

Exploring Atuh Beach Nusa Penida Tour Bali, A Hidden Paradise

Exploring a
hidden in a particular place is a great thing to do including if you
are visiting Nusa Penida Bali. Nusa Penida Island has several hidden
places to explore and one of them is Atuh Beach. This article explains
why you must explore Atuh Beach Nusa Penida Bali and also the experience
you will get while spending your time there.

Interesting Things To Do in Atuh Beach

The main
interesting thing to do in Atuh Beach is enjoying the mesmerizing
scenery. As one of the hidden paradise in Nusa Penida Island, this beach
is still one of the best ones and worth it to visit. When you are at
the top of the cliff, you can feel the fresh air, amazing green lawn,
smooth wind, and warm weather. Plus, you can see the beauty of blue and
crystal clear seawater.

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