This hidden beach located in the village of Bunga Mekar, on the southwestern coast of Nusa Penida Island, which are accessible via a 40 to 50 minutes boat ride from Sanur. This unique formation resembles the shape of a T-Rex’s head, so Kelingking is often called the T-Rex Bay of Bali.
An incredible hidden beach which framed by towering, steep cliffs, deep turquoise blue waters further embraced by powdery white sand with the most amazing view like heaven on earth. The secluded beach itself is down a rugged 400m cliffside hike, however the view of Kelingking is arguably more popular than the beach itself.
Kelingking Beach Enjoying the view and taking photos from a purpose-built platform would be sufficient for most, but many adventurous travellers opt to down to the hidden beach. You can get to the secluded beach via a rugged 400-metre hike during low tide. It’s a rather steep descend that requires a bit of rock-climbing, especially on the way back up. Over the years, past visitors have placed rocks and bamboos to aid future hikers. Once you’ve reached the hidden beach, you’ll often have it all to yourself most of the time. Swimming is possible, though it depends on tide conditions. Undercurrents can be strong and lifeguards don’t patrol the beach..