Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida: The Best Landscape Enjoying the Beauty of the Blue Ocean

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Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida – The little finger is a spectacular and awe-inspiring rock fragment in the sea of ​​the gods. The destination was quiet at that time because of the pandeml, There were more tourists in 2019 and when it reached 2020, 2021 a temporary closure was carried out, but now is the perfect time to visit that tourist spot, my friends. It is very charming and worthy of excursions.

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Kelingking Beach is one of the best spots in Nusa Penida that hits and is very popular. Many big adventure sites have used his photos to advertise Bali. The place is indeed very spectacular and very extraordinary.

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida

The rock of Kelingking Beach looks like the spine of a dinosaur who was about to drink on the beach. And it is often said, on Google Map the bay is said to be T-Rex Bay, my slang. If you’re lucky, you can even see manta rays from the top of the cliff.

The natural panorama overlooking the rock is now very popular among tourists and is often explored by drone pilots. This is one of the tourist destinations that contributes to the growth of Nusa Penida island tourism, especially through social media. The little finger is also a kind of little finger. But it’s a little more complicated to understand why. Or it takes a lot of imagination to see it slang buddy.

More than 400 thousand pictures on Instagram

Photo by yesha aldinata

The main attraction at Kelingking Beach is the view point from the top of the cliff. The cliffs on the coast of the island of Nusa Penida are indeed very amazing, but this one is special! Selfie in front of the T-Rex is a must that must be tried. But you won’t be one of those who post pictures of slang friends on Instagram.

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida

Photo by Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida

As of the end of January 2018, there have been more than 13 thousand images posted with the hashtag #Kelingking and more than 25 thousand with #Kelingkingbeach. In September 2020 then there were more than 110 thousand pictures with #pinkybeach and more than 310 thousand with #pinkybeach! Really cool isn’t it…

Everyone is looking for the best pictures, friends, slang. For example by climbing on one of the trees (well, you are not one of them either…). Locals build imaginations for bamboo buildings that offer different perspectives and different backgrounds to get the best pictures.

Please stay away from accidents at Kelingking Beach

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida
Photo by Kelvin alexander

Tourists are always creative to try to think hard to make different photos on this tour. Be warned, some people have gone very far on the adventure. A post said that in 2019 the accident on the Pinkie Beach of a Russian woman who rode a motorcycle along a cliff, then fell off a cliff. The post even says that the motorbike is always intact at the top of the cliff.

If a slang friend decides to go to the pinkie beach (highly recommended for a slang buddy to do it!) be careful when going down the cliff, slang buddy. Take water to avoid losing body fluids. Wear a hat to stay away from the scorching sun. And most importantly, wear shoes that are suitable for climbing.

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida

Photo by Adam Bachmeyer

When going down wearing flip-flops. That’s not a good inspiration slang. Today there are proper stairs for the beginning of the trail so it’s much easier than it was a few years ago.

After descending, you will find a very exotic and beautiful beach. It is tempting to swim but be careful with the waves which can be very strong. And also the currents that can drag you off the coast in the ocean slang. Kelingking Beach has experienced several incidents due to drowning, so the warning is real, slang. It might be better to swim in shallow water if you are not a good swimmer.

Kelingking Beach: do you really deserve it?

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida
Photo by Supriyatno Ompi

Kelingking Beach is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island of Nusa Penida. And for me the most beautiful in Bali in the type of “wild beach”. Especially if you don’t want to go down far, take a small path that goes down the cliff line, at least for a few meters. You will be much calmer and the photos will be much better. Another suggestion, take your picture before descending, your photo might be less photogenic after climbing back up, my friend.

The initial part of the path, down the hill to the initial turn is also quite easy. And you can check it out there if you have the courage to go deep into the beach. If you have children, you may want to end there. And it’s better to go to Crystal Bay or Atuh Beach, which are more easily accessible to children.

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida

Photo by Mila

The trail after that continues to the beach. I went there a few times, just before the fire burned all the plants on the cliff. The fire destroyed all the rope systems and wooden poles built to facilitate landing. But the trail to the waterfront has been reshaped and is much more comfortable.

Don’t give up halfway. Because climbing is easier than going down. You do experience the slopes and it is much more convincing and therefore paradoxically less tiring.

How long is the adventure to Kelingking Beach?

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida
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It takes 20 minutes to get to the edge of the Kelingking sea. It means to wear good shoes and pay special attention to your steps. The signal indicates that access to the waterfront is your own responsibility. And allow 30 minutes to hike back from the beach.

How big is Little Cliff?

Kelingking Cliff is close to 150 m high.

For those who love recording, here’s a challenge to try.

Speed ​​record goes down to Little Waterfront: a young man, especially athletic, who doesn’t want to leave his girlfriend for long, goes down deep and then comes back in 20 minutes(as he puts it). He is clearly very affectionate and/or very jealous.

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida
Photo by Bro Iday

Down to Kelingking Beach 2 times in a row: Another tourist realized, back on his motorbike, that he didn’t remember the key on the beach. He came down a second time to look for them. And he got it!

Down to Kelingking Beach every day: Today there are merchants who bring cold drinks every day and sell them by the sea. They may not be good at selling methods. Because they sell their drinks at the same price as anywhere else.

Since then they have understood that their efforts must be rewarded at a higher price. They finish their day when the cooler is empty but they may refill several times a day.

Down there, the beach is magnificent. But be careful, because anywhere on the island of Nusa Penida, the waves and currents can drag you away at any time.

How to get to Kelingking Beach?

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida
Photo by Mochamad Sholeh

The path leading to the Kelingking sea is still new, except for the relatively large hole on the side at the end. Therefore, it is quite easy to go alone by using a motorbike. If you are a group of five or more people, it may be easier to rent a car and driver.

From Toyapakeh turn left after Sakti village (right path leads to Crystal Bay). After that, take the initial path on the right and follow the signs. It’s very easy and you will get symptoms at every crossroads. It takes about 30 minutes to reach Kelingking Seaside from Toyapakeh or from Crystal Bay.

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida
Photo by Firda Norma Alida S

There are many options for combining Kelingking Seaside excursions with other tourist attractions for your friends to see. Follow here some tourist inspiration in Nusa Penida, including Temeling, Broken Beach and Angel Billabong.

And friends, you can also get more instant data, including how to drive and how to travel in Nusa Penida, friends.

How do you go from Bali to Kelingking Beach?

All information on how to get to the island of Nusa Penida from Bali, which ports to choose in Bali and Nusa Penida, how to choose the best fast boat to go to Nusa Penida, all time tables and prices in this park: https://nusapenida. org/ en/ go- nusa- penida/

When is the best time to go to Kelingking Beach?

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida
Photo by Andy Sutaryono

Many tourists choose to visit Nusa Penida with a daily tour. And Kelingking Beach, along with Broken Beach, is usually part of this daily tour. Therefore, you should stay away from the peak time of visit is 11 am to 3 pm. But the beach is in the shadow of the cliffs in the morning which is the best time to visit it.

So if you’re planning to go down to the beach, the best option might be to head to the Kelingking Seaside near 3pm. Or especially from 4 pm to 5 pm if you just plan to enjoy the natural scenery from above. Sunsets can be beautiful, but after that you have to return when entering the evening which may not be the best idea if you are not safe riding a scooter at night.

What to try after Kelingking Beach?

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida
Photo by Denin Pangestu

Many food stalls opened around. You can drink young coconut, fruit juice or eat fried rice or fried noodles. During this time of kor0na there were only a few tourists, and here there were also monkeys.

Buddy slang can also be photographed on a dead tree branch. Where must suffer the invasion by many tourists and the highest branch is now broken.

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida

Photo by Natalia Tarra

If you have brought Balinese traditional clothes, go up to Paluang Temple, take your initial right when you leave the Kelingking seaside. This temple is also called Pura Mobil, has an altar dedicated to a deity who protects visitors’ cars. Very unusual but fun, and you will have a beautiful natural view of Batu Bolong that inspired the logo of the Warnakali dive center.

Kelingking Beach Nusa Penida
Location : Bunga Mekar, Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency, Bali
Opening hours: Open 24 hours

Thus a brief review of “Nusa Penida’s Kelingking Beach: The Best Landscape Enjoying the Beauty of the Blue Ocean” when do you slang to visit this beautiful blue ocean?


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