Angel's Billabong, Nusa Penida, Bali, Indonesia

July 10, 2019

Hi guys, welcome to my blog! In this post, I'll be sharing about my visit to Angel's Billabong in Nusa Penida Island, Bali.



Angel's Billabong is actually the 2nd stop on the West Nusa Penida Whole Day Trip we book on Klook, and if you're interested in reading my overall review of the trip you can click here to read it.

After having lunch, my group and I headed for Angel's Billabong. To get there you can either rent a motorbike or rent a car with a driver. The roads are very bumpy, so I would recommend hiring an experienced driver instead as they would know how to best navigate Nusa Penida, how to drive on such bumpy roads + how to get to your destination.



We reached Angel's Billabong at around 1.15pm, and after a quick walk down we reached the cliffs and pool:


Angel's Billabong is a rock formation on Nusa Penida island's southwestern cliff edges. It forms a natural pool with crystal clear water, and it's popular as the colour of the limestone rocks really pop + ooze a mysterious and magical vibe:


You can actually swim here when the tide is low, and when we got there quite a few people were doing so:


The rocks surrounding the pool kinda reminded me of volcanic rock at first, but I read online that they're actually natural limestones.


Since it was peak time, there were quite a lot of people on the rocks taking pictures, so we had to wait a while to get some nice shots.


Not a lot of people were going into the water, but a lot of people were either on the rocks in the background or trying to get a nice shot with the pool (so it was a bit challenging to take shots here haha)


Here's a candid shot from Bo's phone!


I personally would not come here for the sole purpose of swimming as it seems quite dangerous there's a lot of people. I would, however, recommend dropping by to admire the pool + to take pics. You can take a dip if you like, but you most probably won't be able to swim that long as the pool isn't that big.


There's nothing much to do here aside from taking shots, so out Klook guide ushered us to our next stop after around 30 minutes of taking pictures.


A road by the side leads to some greenery:


After a 5 minute walk, we reached Broken Beach!



Click here to read all about it.

If you're interested in reading all about the West Nusa Penida Whole Day Trip we booked on Klook, click here to read my review.


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