TREE HOUSE (RUMAH POHON) IN NUSA PENIDA, BALI

TREE HOUSE (RUMAH POHON) IN NUSA PENIDA, BALI

If you haven’t seen the Ruma Pohon Tree House Nusa Penida on social media I would be amazed. This Tree House has become popular very quickly thanks to the social media platform Instagram. This cute little beach shack over looks one of the most gorgeous bays known as Thousand Island Nusa Penida.

When I first saw this location on Instagram I had to go see it for myself, as have thousands of other travellers before me. This entire coastline has so much to offer and exploring it first hand was even better than seeing it in the pictures.

WHERE TO FIND RUMAH POHON NUSA PENIDA

This amazing tree house can be found on the far eastern tip of Nusa Penida island. From the main harbour of Toya Pakeh it is approximately a one hour drive. You can actually book to stay at the Tree House which would be a pretty awesome experience! CLICK HERE to check availability and book in advance.

THE EXACT PIN LOCATION OF THE TREE HOUSE NUSA PENIDA

WHAT TO SEE AT RUMAH POHON NUSA PENIDA

My friends and I started our adventure at Atuh Beach where we watched the sunrise before driving around to the Rumah PohonTree House. You can see my Atuh Beach post HERE.

You will arrive to a car park on top of the cliffs, park here and make your way down the track towards the beach. You will come across a small wooden ticket office where you will have to pay 5,000 Rupiah for the entrance ticket.

The hike down the ridge takes no more than 5-10 minutes to the first view point that over looks the bay known as thousand island. I don’t know why they named it thousand island when I could only see five or six islands haha. Regardless of the name, this is one of the most beautiful beaches I have ever laid my eyes on.

Once you are satisfied with taking in this amazing view, continue the adventure further down the ridge and you will see the Rumah Pohon Tree House on your left hand side.

If you want to get that perfect cliche photo of the tree house you can stand on the hill on the right hand side of the track to capture your moments.

Depending on what time of day you visit the Tree House Nusa Penida, there may or may not be a line of people waiting to get a photo. We went here at around 11am and it was scorching hot and probably the reason we didn’t see many other people down on the cliffs. The most popular visit time at the Tree House is sunrise and sunset.

Don’t end your adventure here, hike for another 2 minutes past the tree house to yet another awesome viewpoint of the cliffs and beaches!

If you want to grab lunch and a cold drink after exploring, there are a few small warungs back at the top of the cliffs next to the carpark.

For more epic adventures on Nusa Penida you may want to read my popular posts Kelingking Beach, Atuh Beach, Angel’s Billabong, Broken Beach and Manta Point.

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Happy Adventuring! 🙂

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