Time: 10-30 min
Angel’s Billabong is a beautiful natural infinity pool carved into the limestone rocks. Being located just next to Broken Beach, it is a great two for one opportunity. The crystal clear blue water is given an emerald green color from the rocks, and looks incredible.
During low tides you can decent into the little canyon, and swim in the pool. If you choose to do so, please be very careful as this can be dangerous and is generally advised against. Waves can be very big in the area, and may suddenly and without warning change in size. This can throw people in the water into the rock walls and/or drag them back out into the ocean.
This is a very popular tourist attraction, so be advised that the area may be swarmed with tourist in the peak periods.
How to get here?
Angel’s Billabong is easily accessible, but you do need some transportation to get there. Most people either go with a guide or a personal driver, which is very affordable in Bali, or by scooter. Be careful if you chose the latter. Nusa Penida roads are quieter than many mainland roads, but it can be dangerous if you are not used to getting around like this.
You can book a personal driver on GetYourGuide (sponsored link) in advance. This is a great way to explore Nusa Penida and Bali in general. You can decide where and when you want to go, and they are very helpful with tips and photos.
Book a 10 hour day trip on GetYourGuide (sponsored link) and have everything taken care of. Just get ready to be picked up at your hotel in Bali.
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Where to stay?
We chose to stay in the middle of the Island, at a hotel called The Dara Hill. It was cheap, and made it convenient to rent a scooter on our second day to continue. There wasn’t anything else in the area, so if you don’t like it remote, you may want to stay near some of the harbor cities.
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Our experience in Bali Part 1 – Nusa Penida and Canggu