Easy Nusa Penida Travel Guide

The small fishing town of Sanur on Bali’s East coast will have the most options for getting to Nusa Penida. Boat trips will cost anywhere from $14-18 USD each way (200k-250k). A private ride to Sanur will cost around $5-10 USD (75K-150k IDR) depending on where you are coming from. 

There are two options to getting a boat ticket. The first option is to head to Sanur and ask to be dropped off near all the boats that go to Nusa Penida. Along the beachside where all of the boat docks are.You will see a long row of different boat trip vendors. You will have to negotiate rates or pay what is posted, which can sometimes be inflated for tourist. I recommend using Maruti Group Fastboats or book in advanced through 12goAsia.

Times-Most boat operators will have a morning boat and afternoon boat that goes to Nusa Penida, and times will start as early as 7am-8am with the next boat going out around 3pm-4pm, but be sure to check with the boat operator of your choice for more specific departure times. The journey will last around 45 mins to an hour depending on water conditions.

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