Nusa Lembongan is a beautiful small (8 square km) island located off the south-east coast of Bali, close to neighbouring islands of Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan, just a 25 minute journey by speedboat. If you are after a quiet, laid back island vibes with stunning crystal clear turquoise waters and white sand beaches, away from the hustle of mainland Bali, then look no further!
Until recently, Nusa Lembongan was famous for the seaweed farming trade, however with the steady rise of tourism, the island is becoming more upmarket with boutiques, spas, beach front restaurant and hotels, with still a friendly local village atmosphere.
Whilst the island is a perfect place to relax; it is full of adventure with world famous surf breaks, incredible diving, snorkelling, paddle boarding and cliff jumping – you name it, there is something for everyone!
We do not have packages that include accommodation with your diving. We specialise in the art of Scuba Diving. However, we are only too happy to make recommendations for all levels of comfort in the local area.
Roctopus Dive Lembongan is located in the Mega Cottage Resort, Jungutbatu.
Mega Cottage is a local family run business, which has has eight bungalow style accommodation. The resort is perfectly situated on the beach in front of Shipwrecks surf breaks, and offers a beachside pool and garden.
Each bungalow has its own balcony, Wi-Fi, Air Conditioning, and ensuite bathrooms with hot/cold shower.
The resort is steps away from the dive centre, close to local restaurants and shops, making it an place for a peaceful stay. For more information and booking, please contact us on +62 821 4782 3998.
Listed below is some other recommendations for accommodation. We recommend booking your accommodation directly with the desired resort, using online booking websites and the links we provided in the pictures.
Lembongan Beach Club and Resort
The Tamarind Resort
Ngurah Rai International Airport to Nusa Lembongan:
The journey from the airport to Sanur takes approximately 30-45 minutes by taxi. From here you will need to take a boat to Nusa Lembongan.
We can arrange a pick up from the airport for you with boat tickets for X IDR. Please contact us to arrange this for you.
Sanur to Nusa Lembongan by boat:
Nusa Lembongan is only a 25 minute speedboat journey, departing from Sanur (south of mainland Bali). There are many companies who offer this service, which usually includes a pick up service from your hotel, and drop you off to your hotel in Lembongan.
Sanur to Nusa Lembongan
D'Camel Fast Ferry
08:30 , 12:30 , 16:00
Things to do
Activities on Nusa Lembongan
Rent a scooter and plan a road trip around Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan, which is connected by the famous yellow bridge. Highlights of your trip should include Mushroom beach, Dream beach, Devil’s tears, and Ceningan’s Blue Lagoon.
Take a surf lesson – Nusa Lembongan has world famous surf breaks, which many travels visit the island for this exact reason!
Try a Yoga class – Yoga Bliss has a range of drop-in classes for any levels
Watch the sunset – We’re lucky that at Roctopus Dive we are located in the west-facing area of Jungut Batu. Come down to Mega Cottage Resort and join the crew for a cold Bintang (or two!)
Mangrove Tour – Take a kayak or boat and explore the forest
Zip wire on Ceningan Island at the Blue Lagoon
Stand up Paddle Board at sunrise or sunset
Where to eat?
Sandy Bay Beach Club
Nusa Lembongan is paradise, but we need to work hard to keep it this way. With an increased amount of visitors coming to the island each year, we are finding that rubbish is increasing.
At Roctopus Dive, we try to avoid single use plastics as much as possible; providing reusable plastic lunch boxes and drinking cups to our guests.
We also have eco bags and reusable water bottles for sale, providing FREE drinking water at our refill station, to those who hold these.
We have committed to joining local dive centres together for road and beach clean ups.
Ways you can help..
– Do not throw any litter into the ocean
– Say NO to plastic straws – there are many other options such as bamboo, metal or paper straw options
– Use reusable shopping bags
– Decline single use plastic coffee lids and stirrers
– Stop chewing gum (it contains plastic)
– Join us for beach clean ups!