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NUSA DUA BEACHES

"The beach itself is lovely and stretches out far beyond the eye can see! On some days, staff cleaned this up. There is no shortage of water activities at the beach. You're generally taken a little speedboat ride away from the swimmers to avoid any accidents, where you can find banana boating, water sleding (or flyfishing), jet skiing, parasailing, etc. For dining, there are plenty of restaurants to choose from. Definitely worth a relaxing visit."

          The Nusa Dua area has many world class beaches. However, many hotels on the beach in Nusa Dua have a private beach for guests, but there are also some beautiful public beaches that are safe for families with children. The beaches here are glorious - white sand, deep, long and safe for swimming.

Nusa Dua Beach
This is a popular public beach located within the complex BTDC (Bali Tourism Development Center). The tropical beach is directly behind the Bali Collection shopping center. When you walk through the mall, you come to the end automatically at the beach with white sand. It is open to the public for swimming and enjoying the sun. There is also a popular surfing spot nearby with the name "Mushroom Rock". In addition, several local restaurants or warungs nearby, as well as the unique "Pirates" restaurant.
The calm waters of the sea makes it child friendly and at the weekend there is on the beach buzzing. During the week it is mostly quiet.

 

Pirates Bay Bali
The Pirates Bay Bali is located on Nusa Dua Beach offers a unique dining experience for couples and families. You can enjoy a meal at one of the nice bamboo treehouses and you can have Robinson Crusoe feeling for one day. It can be hot during the day a little, because there is no air conditioning. However, a quick dip in the sea and you're cooling down. It's a great place to hang out. Here, your children can play and romp undisturbed while you're enjoying wonderfully relaxed high in the tree a drink or snack. Great place to enjoy the shade of the trees overlooking the bay.


Pirates Bay

Geger Beach
Geger Beach is a beautiful stretch of sand just off the BTDC complex. The hidden little strip of white sand is located next to the luxurious Mulia Resort. This public beach is also within walking distance of the St. Regis and hotels Bale. That's making it a popular for the guests. Sunbeds and umbrellas are available, but you need to hire them. There are a few local warungs, where you can buy snacks and fresh young coconuts. Geger Beach is an at some distance from the BTDC. We recommend you to take a taxi. The beach it has some of the warmest water temperatures in Bali.

Pandawa Beach
It is actually a secret beach, but more and more people seem to find this secluded public beach. It is about 30 minutes' drive from BTDC.
You drive to the southern end of Nusa Dua and the way to Uluwatu. Pandawa Beach is reached by a bumpy road that leads to the coast along several large statues, which are carved into the rock face. From the top to the beach you have a great view of the Indian Ocean. It is a perfect place to take a picture.
One side of the beach is busier than the others, because there you can rent kayaks. This activity is especially popular with Indonesian tourists, who often come in groups to the beach. Go to the other side of the beach and all of you can enjoy peace and quiet. Pandawa is also a popular venue for paragliding.

There are so many water activities where you can choose from in Bali. Whether rafting near Ubud, or diving in Sanur. However, if you are staying in Nusa Dua you will find many water sports in Tanjung Benoa, which is just a short drive away.

 

 


Ayodya Resort

This secluded and luxurious resort offers stunning views of the Indian Ocean. It is a beachfront resort with 300 meters of private and pristine beach. Located in the heart of Nusa Dua, views of Gunung Agung Mountain can be seen in the distance and Ayodya Resort is close to the Bali Golf and Country Club. The airport is 12 kilometers away while the city center is 30 kilometers away. Drop the kids off at Camp Anada and spend a day lounging by the pool or enjoying water sports such as surfing, snorkeling, diving, parasailing, and wind surfing. Other recreational and leisure facilities include mini golf, tennis courts, a fitness center, and a spa. The hotel boasts numerous restaurants serving up an array of cuisines including Japanese, Mediterranean, and Pan Asian. With numerous on-site facilities, Ayodya Resort is ideal for families and leisure travelers in Bali.

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