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Lovina Beach

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Lovina Beach

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Private All-Inclusive Nusa Penida Instagram Tour

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Grab your phone and your friends and head out to visit Nusa Penida's most Instagram-famous spots with this private guided tour of the island. Your guide will take you and your party to Kelingking Beach, Diamond Beach, Atuh Beach, and the Thousand Islands Viewpoint, showing you great spots to take fantastic photos or simply kick back to sunbathe and swim.
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Ardi S wrote a review Oct 2020
Indonesia13 contributions1 helpful vote
We did an early morning dolphin tour with friendly Kadek lambih lovina. We left before sunrise and Kadek brought some banana cakes (made by his wife) ans coffee and tea. Yes there are many other boats with the same purpose but where those are chasing the dolphins, Karta stays on a respectful distance from the animals. His words: "the dolphins like the more quiet waters". So in the end a lot of dolphins passed by our boat and we saw many! After this we went snorkeling, coloured fish everywhere. He charges the regular price. His number is: +62 87863229639 (also whatsapp
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Date of experience: September 2020
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SBal wrote a review Sep 2020
Penang Island, Malaysia211 contributions40 helpful votes
The beach is not much crowded. There is a dolphin statue at the entrance. It is good to sit around the statue and watch the beach. Could have a walk along the beach during sunset. Could even watch people playing football in the evening time. Could go for dolphin watching in the early morning.Could even swim along. It's something not to be missed
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Chelsea B wrote a review Jun 2020
Milton Keynes, United Kingdom1,777 contributions495 helpful votes
We decided to spend our one evening strolling along Lovina Beach, which was beautiful at sunset. It was quite busy, with a number of locals also sitting around enjoying the view. As far as using the beach for swimming I'd be unsure, there was quite a lot of plastic that had washed up on shore.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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LightPacker224890 wrote a review Jun 2020
Guildford, United Kingdom15 contributions6 helpful votes
The beach itself is a lovely volcanic sand beach but it's mostly covered in plastic washed up by the ocean and waste left by their religious offerings. Some great restaurants and bars nearby but we didn't stay on the beach-stick with your hotel pool.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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ind wrote a review May 2020
England, United Kingdom199 contributions45 helpful votes
This tour was factored into our itinerary whilst planning our trip to Bali, the beauty of seeing dolphins dancing in the great ocean and adding a splash of adventure was high on our list. We booked this half day tour through our guide Agung from Seminyak . This tour starts early so you can catch the sunrise, so be prepared to lose your beauty sleep! we were up and ready at 3am! the start time/pick-up times will vary depending on your location, our journey from Seminyak took just over 2 hours. It wasn’t long before the smooth run of the drive through Singaraja soon put us to sleep. Every now and again peering to catch a glimpse of locals in towns and villages going about their early morning rituals and setting up for the day ahead. On arriving in Lovinia the excitement and thrill of seeing the sunset and dolphins soon charged us up. The dark velvet night and stars disappeared, unveiling a beautiful sunrise carpeting the sky in bursts of oranges, reds and pinks, this was no ordinary photo of a sunrise in a travel magazine but a magnificent canvass that had come to life. Agung left us with the skipper of the boat who gently whisked us into the depths of the ocean bobbing up and down. Unfortunately, the whooshing of the waves, rattling of engines and petrol fumes wafting around makes a queasy ride for anyone suffering sea sickness. We soon witness a pod of dolphins jumping out at close quarters, surprisingly small ones not the big ones we had imagined, still no big loss, just catching a glimpse of them was enough. We clicked away to get the best shots/videos, it wasn’t long before a mass of other tourist boats congregated, engines revving and expelling petrol fumes, it was evident the dolphins were frightened and stressed at being chased in the comfort of their natural habitat. Our excitement started to dwindle as the persistent chasing continued. Boats racing to capture dolphins bouncing out the water like ping pong balls, it soon became apparent the thrill of the chase had run it’s course and I for one couldn’t wait to get back on shore. This part of the tour left a bad taste in my mouth (literally!) I won’t be partaking in such activity on future trips and personally wouldn’t recommend it. I guess the locals just turn a blind eye as it’s a source of income and tourists are best people to sell it to, sadly we took the bait too! So for this reason we have awarded this activity 3 stars. Nevertheless, do this tour if you really want to for the experience. There are other places of interests in and around Lovinia such as waterfalls like The Tannery (now known as Olson Waterfall) and breath taking countryside, for those seeking spiritual enlightenment a Buddhist Temple Monastery near the Banjar District of Buleleng, which I wish we had known about earlier. Nonetheless, we had a great day and en-route to Seminyak we made at a couple more stops of interest. Agung our ‘photo master’ stopped at a roadside so we could interact with the cheeky monkeys and take some fun shots. We ended our tour at GitGit Waterfalls a beautiful calming oasis set amongst a tranquil forest. The day was filled with fun memories of getting up close and personal with the dolphins and watching the morning sunrise. We embraced the different strands of the itinerary and once back at the hotel we caught up on our much needed sleep followed by a soothing massage! Thank you Agung for a thrilling day. Indu & Versha.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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