Lembongan is one of three relatively small islands off the southeast coast of Bali located approximately 30-minutes across the Bandung strait by fast boat from Sanur or Benoaharbor. A mere 8 square kilometers in size, Nusa Lembongan is surrounded by coral reefs with many narrow white sand beaches, secluded coves and rocky limestone cliffs with a relatively large natural mangrove forest on the north and east. There are very few cars on the island and most people use bicycles or motorcycles to get around.
The island is separated into two main areas called JunungBatu beach (including a prominent hill called the ‘Bukit’) and Mushroom Bay. Dream beach and Sandy beach are also two very well-known spots and great to explore. Nusa Lembongan is connected to its tiny neighbor Nusa Ceningan by a suspension bridge and is home to beautiful scenery as well as plenty of seaweed farms. Nusa Lembongan has a wide variety of accommodation. There is a lot to do including surfing, fishing, snorkeling, diving and more.