Most of the activities are very water based, from snorkeling, surfing, free diving and scuba diving however Village Tour is available upon request for those who want to explore the island and have more interaction with local people.

How to get around:
Nusa Lembongan is a nice place to walk, with coastal paths linking nearly all the guest houses, hotels and restaurants. Most walks will take less than two hours. The less developed southwestern area of the island has some spectacular coast paths which provide easy walking, great views back to Bali, and spectacular sunsets. You can cross by foot to the small neighbouring island of Nusa Ceningan via a scenic suspension bridge.

From the end of the beach at Jungut Batu it is a 35min walk along the coast to Mushroom Bay.
Bicycles can be rented at most hotels and guest-houses. Some of the roads are quite well surfaced, but be prepared for some much degraded surfaces in places. This is a great way to see the island at your own pace.
Motorbikes are also widely available for rent, but may be unnecessary given the short distances involved — the island is only about 4km end-to-end.
There are virtually no cars on Nusa Lembongan, and any business or local resident wishing to bring one to the island needs special permission from the village elders. This will only be granted in exceptional circumstances. Local 4-wheeled transport is available though in the form of basic pick-up trucks which most hotels and restaurants use. These are useful for transport to and from the boat transfer point when you are likely to have heavy bags, but are otherwise not really necessary.
Local boatmen are willing to take you by boat from Jungut Batu to Mushroom Bay.

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