Angel's BillabongCurrently Open
- Address: Sakti, Nusapenida, Klungkung Regency, Bali 80771, Indonesia
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Leisure, Family And Kids
Angel's Billabong - Review
Infinity pools, which look like pools that are merging into the ocean or the surrounding landscape, are usually man made. So when you find a natural infinity pool like this one, the effect is magical. Surrounded by rock on all sized but easily accessed by a dirt road, the pool looks like a jewel enclosed by the earth. The first thing to do is to take in the views from the top of the rock wall. Only then go down to the pool for a swim. And while such pools usually have a hard or rough bottom, this actually feels carpeted.. But wearing shoes or slippers is still recommended.
How To reach Angel's Billabong by Public Transport
- This is on Nusa Penida island. A dirt road goes all the way down to the beach. A motorcycle is recommended.
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1.68% of people who visit Bali include Angel's Billabong in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
70.96% of people start their Angel's Billabong visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Angel's Billabong
90.85% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Angel's Billabong
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Angels do exist!! especially in this place. Its so beautiful out there. Its close to Broken beach so you can see them both together. We went in June and there were too many tourists which can be a little frustrating at times. The Billabong though beautiful is also dangerous so make sure the tides are low before getting down. Nonetheless you can get down to the pool and sit on the rocks for a while. The force of the tides are to strong and our guide advised not to get in to the water.
Sharp rock formations, big waves. Mother nature was a beast there! It was beautiful place. Not too many people and lots of places and view points to see some beautiful dimensions. There is one natural pool which is aprox 5m higher than the ocean itself. You can swim there but watch out those waves. They can easily move you straight into those sharp rock formations.
Pretty and dangerous. A perfect big bath tube to soak with amazing view, but if the wave got bigger then it can make you in the middle of the sea in seconds. Safety first in top of mind. Better go there when the sea is low tide so you can go down to the bath tube more safe. Enjoy!
It's nice to go down and have a swim, cool view of the cliff. It was quite touristic though and crowded in the afternoon. I was very happy that I was wearing some old trainers that I can wear under water. Most of the people I saw there they were without shoes and it has to be a bit painful to go down without any shoes.
I saw rainbows! Lots of time! The place is amazing. It is very difficult to get the spot, but it's worthy. The water are so clear, the waves hitting the corals can be hypnotizing. Sure it is good to take pictures there. You can also swim if you dare, but not in all season. Be careful there, as the corals are quite sharp. You may hurt yourself if you are careless in your step.
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