Dream Beach Nusa Lembongan is one of the most epic beach locations on the island. If you love turquoise water and golden sands then this is a must see beach on your visit to Nusa Lembongan Island.
WHERE IS DREAM BEACH NUSA LEMBONGAN
From the main hub of the island, it is a short 10 min drive through some small villages that will bring you directly to Dream Beach Lembongan. I rented a scooter from the main street in town for 50,000 Rupiah for the day. It is easy to find a rental scooter and quite commonly you will be approached by the locals asking if you are looking for something or if you are in need of any help.
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WHERE TO STAY AT DREAM BEACH NUSA LEMBONGAN
There is a number of accomodation options available right on the sand at Nusa Lembongan Dream Beach. One awesome location is the Dream Beach Huts which has an infinity pool set on the cliff edge above the ocean. There are straw hut bungalows dotted around the gardens and just a stones throw to the beach. Cafe Pandan is attached to the Dream Beach Huts accomodation and it is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can CLICK HERE to see the latest rates for this accomodation.
I have been to Dream Beach Nusa Lembongan once before about 2 years ago and I couldn’t wait to get back here for a second time. Like most other locations on this island I noticed that there were a lot more tourists coming and going in masses but I did however discovere some amazing uncrowded spots that you can check out for yourselves.
The Dream Beach Cave can be found under the cliffs on the right hand side of the beach. On low tide you can walk around the rock and find a deep cave and a secluded beach that you will most likely have all to yourself.
If you are on the hunt for more secluded spots to discover for yourself, the cliffs around Dream Beach can be explored and you will find some awesome cliff jumping spots. There is not a designated spot to jump from, but there are areas where the water is deep and you will have to climb out up the rocky cliffs.
Further along the cliffs you will find Devil’s Tear. Another cave on a rocky outcrop that sucks the water in and spits it back out again through a blow hole. Be careful not to get to close to the edge as the water spits quite high and you could be potentially knocked off your feet.
Nusa Lembongan Island can be visited year round though if you can, try to avoid the rainy season which is December through to February.
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