1. Book a Fast Boat
With the island getting more and more recognition, it means that more and more people are going there. Though there are plenty of fast boats that will get you there, booking the ticket in advance is highly recommended. During peak season, fast boat tickets to Nusa Lembongan are selling fast and would sold out quickly. Ask the lobby staffs at Akana Boutique Hotel for the best boat operator and help book the ticket.
2. Rent a Motorcycle
The easiest way to get around Nusa Lembongan is riding a motorcycle. When you arrived in Nusa Lembongan, there will be lots of motorcycle rental at the harbor and we recommend you to rent it upon your arrival. Don’t get overwhelmed by the amount of rental, ask for the one in the best condition.
3. Get into the Ocean
There are many activities you can do in Nusa Lembongan. If you are having a day trip, then you should prioritize your time at the beach by doing snorkeling, swimming, stand up paddling and other water sports, or even just chilling by the beach. Also consider a diving trip by renting a boat that will take you to the nicest diving spots around Nusa Lembongan.
4. Bring on the Camera
Live simple and don’t bring lots of gadgets. Leave your precious belongings at Akana Boutique Hotel’s safety box in your room. You will be spending most of your time at Nusa Lembongan in a public space or in the water, so we don’t recommend leaving your belongings unattended, especially gadgets.
5. Find new friends
Nusa Lembongan is quiet different with Bali, the island is not as developed and modern as Bali, and the local people there live a simpler and traditional life. Get to know the locals and get into conversation with them. Start with a simple chat like “Apa kabar?” or ask them to introduce themselves with “Siapa nama Anda?”