Devil’s Tear, (found by walking either a few min north from Dream Beach or south from Sunset Beach). The pristine coast of Lembongan is a mixture of sandy beaches, densely populated mangrove and raw cliffs. Between two of the island’s best beaches – Sunset Beach and Dream Beach – you’ll find the rock, which the locals have named “Tears of the Devil”. Here the waves of the Indian Ocean crashes against land with such force that the water sprays several meters into the air. It may be a slightly wet affair to stand close to the edge but it is fascinating to look at the powerful phenomenon and feel the rush of a new wave erupting into the air like a geyser.
Mangrove Forest, (continue north on the only west coast road from Jungut Batu until you reach the mangroves). Explore Mangrove Forest Nusa Lembongan in a jukung (outrigger canoe) and admire these unusual trees with their gnarled underwater roots. Rent a personal jukung or paddleboard and travel under your own steam, or hire a local to punt you through the maze of waterways as you sit back and take in the verdant forest’s sights and sounds. You’ll find great snorkeling just off the forest’s coast, as well as lots of warungs (small independent businesses) in the area selling delicious, fresh home-cooking. Add Mangrove Forest Nusa Lembongan to your Nusa Lembongan travel itinerary.
Unlike other islands in the region that are quite flat in contour, Nusa Lembongan has a hill from which you can observe the beauty of the island from above. Locally known simply as the Bukit, this is an ideal spot to have a bird’s eye view of the island and beyond. Since the island is not too big, you can see all around the island from this spot.
Suspension Bridge, (go through Lembongan Village heading west, sticking on the main road until you hit the estuarine channel). The rebuilt “Yellow Bridge” (Jembatan Kuning)now connecting Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembongan has already become something of a tourism icon by virtue of the addition of colorful night lighting that adorns the bridge. Also known as the “Bridge of Love” (Jembatan Cinta), the bridge is attracting many foreign visitors who are flocking to the beach for photographic mementos. The new Yellow Bridge runs 140 meters long and at 1.8 meters wide; it’s 0.2 meters wider than its predecessor. The new bridge should have a weight-bearing capacity of 30 tons, but is intended for pedestrians and motorcyclists in particular.