ANGEL’S BILLABONG – NATURAL POOL ON THE SEAFRONT
Here you can enjoy a view of natural limestone arches over the blue waters. You can enjoy a dip in the rock pools or swim around the entire lagoon If you’re feeling adventurous. You’ll most likely have this natural infinity pool all to yourself on your visit. But you can swim when the tide is low. If it’s high tide, the spectacular scene of waves crashing against the jagged rocks is still viewable from the top.
HAPPY TIME OF PLAYING WATER IN ANGEL’S BILLABONG
The main actifity that is a magnetic attraction for tourist who deliberately come to Angel’s Billabong is to enjoy the natural pool. The natural pool that is flanked by towering rocks, clear and turquoise pool water, extra an exclusive view of the unlimited sea that you can enjoy is like a 5 star hotel. And please be carefull for you who want to enjoy this natural Infinity pool, especially when the tide is high, cause the waters in this pond directly into the ocean.
FACILITIES THAT AVAILABLE AT ANGEL’S BILLABONG
For tourist’s who want to visit Angel’s Billabong it should be planned as well because there are not many public facilities available. even there are not many lodgings because the area around Angel’s Billabong is still a little bit to get in touch from the tourism industry.
Here are some of facilities who is provided from government or society around the kelingking beach :
- Several simple food stalls
- Public toilet
- Some waroeng
- Some photo spots
HOW TO GET TO ANGEL’S BILLABONG
Angel’s Billabong is located of Sompang Village – Bunga Mekar, Nusapenida Island
There are two ways for you to depart from Bali to Nusapenida island.
Departing from sanur beach using speed boat transportation to cross passanger. From the port of Nusapenida to Angel’s Billabong takes about 45 minutes, a distance about 30 Kilometers.
The price for one-person speed boat starts at Rp 85,000 to RP.200,000.
Attention for depart schedule of the speed boat , especially when going back to the island of Bali and you don’t plan to stay overnight at Nusa penida.