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TEMBELING
Beach & Forest

"After a long and tiring scooter ride (led by Google Maps on very bad roads) arrived at a cabin with some men with scooters in it. There was a sign "Tembeling beach & forest" pointing to a small forest path. We asked the men for advice and they gestured that we left our scooter and that forest path."


 

          Tembeling Beach & Forest in Nusa Penida is in a way the summary of every explorer's dream. It is located on the southwest side of Nusa Penida, just 5 minutes from the breathtaking Banah Cliff Point viewpoint. When you arrive, you will see a sign for Tembeling Beach & Forest. If you go by scooter, you continue on the dirt path through the forest until you see a sign with the text "Parkir". Unfortunately, if you come here by car, you have to walk this whole way. Once at the scooter parking place there are only 230 steps down. This path down is quite steep and rocky.

You go down through thick, green vegetation and the forest is filled with the melodic calls of native birds. After you've arrived downstairs, you'll be rewarded with two natural swimming pools and a small bay that welcomes you with its white sandy beach. The two swimming pools both have a spiritual meaning, one for men and one for women. The wonderful turquoise color of the baths comes from limestone spring water and tidal sea water.
The first swimming pool is the largest. The crystal clear water is beautiful under the large cliff wall and has a beautiful blue tint, which is strange considering that all the stones and cliffs in the area are orange and brown.

 

You can climb the surrounding rocks for an exciting cliff jump in the pool, or you can lie down on the quiet beach, which is only a few steps away.
A number of traditional statues and fountains adorn the natural swimming pool and are used for water ritual. You can swim here, although the women traditionally have to swim in the second pool. I don't think this is enforced nowadays. Just ask and respect the decision of the locals. The second swimming pool is slightly down.

The beach "Tembeling Beach" is very rocky and the waves were huge. We would not recommend swimming here, but it was nice to have this small private beach for ourselves. Large cliffs on either side surround this small stretch of beach. It is best to swim here in the natural pools and not in the ocean, because the waves can get pretty heavy here. Stay safe and watch the currents. It is nice to have this beach for yourself.

Do you want more? Then crawl through the cave, which you will find here on this beach and which ends in a secret beach. There are hundreds of carefully stacked rock sculptures scattered around the beach on the other side of the cave.
 

 

From a travelogue:

"Because the Tembeling Forest has no real road, it is difficult to get to the Natural Pool. We went all the way down to the temple on the scooter. This is only for experienced riders, otherwise walk (4 km). Down the stairs is easy with the Natural Pool as a gift. (Possibility of jumping off a cliff). Then continue to the cave and the beach, with beautiful views and details."

 


Hotel Arsa Santhi

Situated in the Nusa Penida area, Hotel Arsa Santhi Nusa Penida is the perfect place to experience Bali and its surroundings. Only 60 km away, this 3-star property can be easily accessed from the airport. With its convenient location, the property offers easy access to the city's must-see destinations.
Hotel Arsa Santhi Nusa Penida offers many facilities to enrich your stay in Bali. While lodging at this wonderful property, guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi in all rooms, 24-hour room service, 24-hour security, daily housekeeping, ticket service.
Experience high quality room facilities during your stay here. Some rooms include closet, air conditioning, balcony/terrace to help guests recharge after a long day. The property offers wonderful recreational facilities such as boats, snorkeling, outdoor pool, diving, fishing to make your stay truly unforgettable. Hotel Arsa Santhi Nusa Penida is an ideal place of stay for travelers seeking charm, comfort, and convenience in Bali.

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