Nusa Ceningan Island is the smallest among Bali’s three Nusa Islands, located between the more popular Nusa Lembongan and the larger and more exotic Nusa Penida. The island is often visited in combination with a trip to Nusa Lembongan, as they’re conveniently connected by an iconic yellow suspension bridge that’s accessible by foot, bicycle or rented motorcycle. Both islands feature similar natural and cultural features like coastal fishing villages and seaweed farms. From this bridge, the views of the very narrow strait that runs between these two islands is spectacular. Nusa Ceningan might not have as many attractions as its more popular sibling, but that’s part of its charm. On this lesser-visited island, you can enjoy a good stroll to see local life from up close. Around the coasts, you’ll enjoy sweeping seascapes dotted with traditional fishing boats and patches of green seaweed, as well as mangrove forests with turtle nesting beaches. Among the popular coastal spots are the Blue Lagoon, which provides a cliff-top vantage point; and Secret Beach on Ceningan’s southwest.
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