Spend a week at Nusa Dua and enjoy the unspoiled pleasures of Bali’s southeast coast. This tourism complex is a gated community, offering exclusive access to the area’s seaside resorts, golden beaches and surfing opportunities.
Nusa Dua’s resorts are framed by palm trees and manicured lawns. Calculate your budget and choose from a range of villas. Whether high-end or budget-friendly, many resorts offer all-inclusive packages. Freshen up with a spa, exercise in Olympic-sized pools or enjoy a Balinese massage. At sunset, enjoy international cuisine accompanied by traditional Balinese dance performances at one of the resort-run restaurants.
During hot days, find places to relax or try water sports along Nusa Dua’s three beaches. Enjoy the sunrise as you walk along the promenade at dawn. Get a taste of island life while you watch seaweed farmers harvest along Geger Beach. At Nusa Dua Beach, spot local marine life while snorkelling, scuba diving or riding on a glass-bottomed boat. Swimmers, jet-skiers and sail boaters may be lucky enough to witness dolphins frolicking. Resorts offer tours and equipment rentals as well as beachfront service, providing access to water and towels throughout the day.
One of Nusa Dua most attractive features is its surf break. Catch waves rising from its offshore coral reef, with difficulty levels ranging from beginner to experienced. Take a lesson or hire a board and join the early thrill-hunters.
After a swim, dry off with some land-based entertainment. Play a round at the Bali Golf and Country Club, whose 18-hole green boasts views of the ocean. The Pasifika Museum provides an insight into local art culture, exhibiting works by Matisse, Gauguin, and Theo Meier. Browse stores at the Bali Collection shopping center, where you’ll find a mix of beachwear and high-end fashion.
Nusa Dua is a 20-minute trip by car from Denpasar airport. Most resorts offer airport transfers. For precautionary measures, the complex is protected by 24-hour security. Get around safely on foot or by golf carts supplied by resorts.