Blue Lagoon Nusa Ceningan is your spot if you’re on the hunt for cliff jumping in Bali. Here’s a guide to the bluest water you’ll ever see!
How To Get To The Blue Lagoon Nusa Ceningan
From Bali you can book a Bali to Nusa Lembongan Island: Fast Boat Transfer in advance, or barter with the locals at Sanur harbour.
If you’re travelling over from Bali you’ll most likely arrive at Mushroom Beach ferry port in Nusa Lembongan.
From here you can grab a scooter for around 70,000 IDR per day. Or barter with the local taxi drivers to take you around the island and head to the Yellow Bridge to cross over to Ceningan.
Everywhere on Nusa Ceningan is reachable within a 30 minute drive. So renting a scooter for the duration of your stay and exploring on two wheels is definitely the easiest option.
We covered all of the things to do on Nusa Ceningan in just a single day and the Blue Lagoon Bali was easy enough to find using Google maps.
Just head to Mahana Point and it’s directly opposite, keep an eye out for the tiny sign though.
For those short on time, or that prefer everything to be organised for them, there are some awesome tours on Get Your Guide available to book in advance.
A popular tour that includes a visit to the Blue Lagoon is the Sambangan Waterfalls Trekking, Sliding, & Jumping Trip.
Blue Lagoon Nusa Ceningan Entrance Fee
Entrance & Parking: Free
What To Expect At The Blue Lagoon Nusa Ceningan
Located down on Nusa Ceningan, lays one of the most photographed places of all three Nusa islands – the incredible Blue Lagoon!
Just a short walk through the palm trees leads you out to the most turquoise waters you will find in Bali.
The cliff edges and rock formations make for an awesome setting to sit and watch the waves crash. Or if you’re feelings super brave you can head over the other side for a spot of cliff jumping!
Please be sure to check for high tide though and know your limits.
We arrived at low tide so we weren’t able to fly into the water. Although even still, the walk around the cove is beautiful and surprisingly not too over populated with people.
If you’re on the hunt for cliff jumping in Bali, then the Blue Lagoon is your spot. Be sure to add it to your list of things to do in Nusa Ceningan.
At Mahana Point Cliff Jump, you also have the opportunity to fling yourself off a cliff. Even better, you can chill at the cafe and grab a drink with a sunset view.
If you’re lucky, you might even find some puppies on the way home from the Blue Lagoon. We found a bunch of four pups playing around in a locals garden and we couldn’t help but stop and get a photo.
Where To Stay In Nusa Lembongan
Luxury – The Acala Lembongan
Set in Nusa Lembongan, The Acala Shri Sedana is 1.2 miles from Mushroom Bay.
Among the various facilities are an outdoor swimming pool, a garden, as well as a terrace.
Guests can enjoy a selection of Asian dishes in the in-house restaurant.
The property offers free scheduled shuttle service to Yellow Bridge, Mushroom Bay, and Jungut Batu.
All guest rooms at the hotel come with a seating area, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom with free toiletries. Some rooms have a balcony, however all feature air conditioning and a desk.
Mid-Budget – Bali Nusa Villa
Bali Nusa Cottage is located in Lembongan, 100 yards from Mushroom Bay and 0.6 miles from The Sandy Beach Club.
Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Every room comes with air conditioning and a flat-screen TV. Some units feature views of the pool or garden.
Every room comes with a private bathroom equipped with a bath or shower.
There is also luggage storage space at the property.
Budget – Pandan Wangi
Located in Lembongan, 350 yards from Blue Corner, Pandan Wangi features air-conditioned rooms and free private parking.
Some rooms have a seating area where you can relax. Some rooms come with a terrace or balcony. However, every room comes with a private bathroom.
Pandan Wangi features free WiFi and there is a free shuttle service at the property.
The staff can also arrange scooter rental and snorkelling tours with additional charges. Bike hire is available at this homestay and the area is popular for snorkelling.
For more places to stay in Nusa Lembongan, you can check the latest prices on Booking.com.
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Bali Itinerary – Backpacking Bali + Where To Go
The Only Nusa Islands Bali Guide You’ll Ever Need
A Nusa Lembongan & Ceningan Guide + Things To Do
Best Places To Stay In Bali – Accommodation Tips
Wednesday 18th of November 2020
Thanks for the awesome blog spot!!
Thursday 28th of January 2021
No worries, hope it came in useful!
Wednesday 30th of May 2018
This was one of my favourite spots in Nusa! I loved it! Keep up the great shots & content guys! Can not wait to get back on a plane - I did my first solo trip last month and I now have the travel bug! Leanne
Wednesday 30th of May 2018
Ahh no way! Thanks so much Leanne. For sure keep up the hustle to get back out here. Hopefully see you soon :)
Monday 28th of May 2018
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Monday 28th of May 2018
Thanks very much Henry! Appreciate the kind words ?