The southern coast of Bali is where the quieter and prettier beaches lies. Connected through a breathtaking overwater toll road that connect Jimbaran to Sanur and Bypass road from the busier Kuta, Jimbaran and Nusa Dua are preferred to those who seek a piece of peaceful bliss; surrounded by postcard-perfect beaches, delicious dining options, must-see performances, and art museums. It’s not a surprise that this enclave is dotted with Bali best and even world renown resorts. However, you can always opt for villa for staying in Nusa Dua Bali if you want more space and privacy for yourself. Anyway, try to spend a week in Nusa Dua and explore Bali’s pristine white beaches, breathtaking limestone cliffs, try delicious food, and more. Here are some ideas for memorable vacation at this less-busier side of Bali.
What to Do in Your Villa Nusa Dua Bali
You might choose to stay in a villa over resort while in Nusa Dua Bali for convenience. But what can you do while staying there?
Have the Super Instagrammable Floating Breakfast
Floating breakfast is the hottest trend in Bali right now! Imagine cool blue waters, bright sky, tropical sunlight, and scrumptious breakfast floating in a tray before you. This is how life is in Bali. The hot and humid climate of Bali makes a perfect sense to cool down in your villa rental while sipping morning coffee and nibbling on delicious breakfast.
Experience the Best of Both Worlds
You may get the best of both worlds by booking a luxury vacation rental, which includes a high-class house or villa with top-notch facilities and an on-site staff, but is located closer to where the locals live.
Relax without Disturbance
No matter how luxurious and how expensive a resort is, you will always fight for the pool chair. Some people go all the way by “booking” the poolside lounge chair with their towels early in the morning—and sometimes they end up not using it at all. Take your moment in the private Nusa Dua vacation rental to relax by the pool, reading a book, and enjoying the weather as frangipani flowers fall from the tree gently to the water.
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Exploring the Nusa Dua Beaches
The gorgeous white sand beaches, which are pleasant to stroll on and contrast nicely with the vivid blue shoreline, are one of Nusa Dua’s main charms. They serve as an entrance to Nusa Dua beach activities like as water sports and are where you’ll find people relaxing during the day from the plethora of resorts. Try the Nusa Dua beach, Geger beach, Samuh, Sawangan, and Pandawa beach.
Try the Nusa Dua Signature’s Watersport!
Nusa Dua has many of activities for people of all ages, particularly those involving water. If you get tired of sitting on the beach, you may go jet skiing, parasailing, kiteboarding, or even flyboarding in the ocean.
Stroll Around the Ocean Floor
Seawalking might be classified as one of the watersport, but it’s so unique that it deserves it’s own mention. Sea walking is ideal for those who are not good swimmers or who do not enjoy swimming or diving. You are given a helmet and are able to explore the underwater marine life by walking around the ocean bottom, getting up up and personal with colorful fish and coral. This one-of-a-kind activity is available in Nusa Dua.
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Visit the Waterblow
For some Nusa Dua sightseeing, visit the water blow, which, as the name implies, blows water into the air owing to the tight structure of rocks. It explodes fairly abruptly and is a spectacle worth seeing because it is located not far from the centre of Nusa Dua, right on Nusa Dua Beach near the Grand Hyatt Hotel.
See the Abandoned Plane
Have you heard about the planes that have been abandoned in Kuta and Pandawa? Traveling to discover these planes appears to be a popular activity in Bali right now. You can find the ancient Boeing 737 oddly placed in the heart of residential buildings near the Pandawa beach. This abandoned planes make for very intriguing photographs!