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We came to secret beach after driving around by scooter already visiting Dream Beach, Devils Tear, and Blue Lagoon.
There was a little less people as the other tourist attractions probably due to the route being a little difficult to find and the road isn’t...More
Secret beach can be a bit hard to find on Cennigan. There is a small road leading to The beach on the left side of the resort which takes up most of the beach. It is not a good beach for swimming as it has...More
Is an awesome place to go. It is not crowded and during the low tide the designs and rocks in the water come out. It’s incredible and you can watch the sunset here. Many bars and restaurants around serve drinks and spots to rest as...More
We have absolutely loved our stay at Secret Point. Our little bungalow was just beautiful, whitewashed timber and very clean. All the staff here are super friendly and the gorgeous dog in the restaurant is a real cutie. The views from the front pool are...More
This is one of the most secluded beaches in the area. There is a restaurant with a pool overlooking the ocean and you can take great infinity pool like pictures from there. This was a quick stop for us to enjoy some fresh lime juice...More
The Secret Beach is one of the most secluded and pristine beaches on Ceningan island. We stayed at Villa Trevally for 3 days and thoroughly enjoyed the stay. Super-friendly staff that went out of their way to assist with arrangements and they know the area...More
The beach is named Secret and it is indeed quite remote and has very little tourists.We had the beach and rocky shores all to ourselves and spend the entire afternoon on the rocks admiring the waves.
Located in Nusa Cennigan this place is only visited...More
Stunning views just beyond the restaurant, so not such a secret beach. This is a highly rocky area including underneath the water. The waves were strong as was the current. Would recommend for the views but perhaps not for weak swimmers or younger children.
Response from ChrisG932 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, you will need to get a taxi from the airport to Sanur, should cost between 95k and 200k depending on the time of the day. There are numerous bias that leave from Sanur to Nusa Lembongan, most charge around 500k... More
Hi there, you will need to get a taxi from the airport to Sanur, should cost between 95k and 200k depending on the time of the day. There are numerous bias that leave from Sanur to Nusa Lembongan, most charge around 500k per person return and many will collect you from your accommodation or the airport if you book in advance. Marlin fast boats are pretty good and reliable if you want to check them out.
Most boats will drop you on Nusa Lembongan, some may go direct to Nusa Cenigan but I doubt it. The boat companies will take you from the beach to the Yellow Bridge between Lembongan and Cenigan, then your accommodation (if you have one on Cenigan) will collect you and your baggage, bring it over the bridge and off you go.
Not sure if you have booked on Cenigan or not, I would highly recommend staying on Lembongen at one of the many places and do day trips to Cenigan (if you can ride a scooter that is). There isn't a lot to do on Cenigan so foreword planning mint make your trip more enjoyable. Feel free to PM me if you want more information, we are here now and come back regularly.