A great beach on Nusa Lembongan

On the southern end of Nusa Lembongan, there is a beatiful, deserted beach with white sands and crystal-clear ..

Fantastic - Great scenery & interesting insights

We have done several soft adventure bike tours and this was amongst the best - highly recommended.

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Geography of Bali

Geography of Bali
The island of Bali has an area of only 5,632 square kilometers (2,175 square miles) and measures just 55 miles (90 kilometers) from north to south and less than about 90 miles (140 kilometers) from East to West.
Because of this it is relatively easy to explore the entire island on day tours. You can go wherever you want on the island and return to your hotel or villa in the evening.

Located only two kilometers east of Java, Bali's climate, flora and fauna are quite similar to its much larger neighbor. The island is very famous for its beautiful landscape. A chain of six volcanoes, between 1,350 meters and 3,014 meters high, stretches from west to east. There are lush tropical forests, pristine crater lakes, fast flowing rivers, deep ravines, picturesque rice terraces, and fertile vegetable and fruit gardens.

The beaches in the South consist of white sand whereas beaches in other parts of the island are covered with grey or black volcanic sand.

Most people live in the coastal areas of southern Bali. The island's largest city and administrative centre is fast-growing Denpasar, with a population of over 370,000. The villages between the town of Ubud and Denpasar, Kuta (including Jimbaran, Tuban, Legian, Seminyak and Basangkasa etc) as well as Sanur, and Nusa Dua are spreading rapidly in all directions. Before long the entire area from Ubud in the North to Sanur in the East, Berawa/Canggu in the West, and Nusa Dua in the South will be urbanised.
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