Korawa Beach is a cool little ‘cliff beach’ on the west side of Nusa Penida island.
A lot of blogs get this place mixed up with the famous Diamond Beach, but it’s actually on a totally different side of the island, and the two places aren’t related at all.
So if you got here by mistake and you’re looking for more info on the flawlessly incredible Diamond Beach, you can find that here.
Korawa Beach Overlook
There are several nice overlooks at Korawa Beach where you can look down at the cliffs, ocean, and beach. The beach itself is pretty tiny and nothing amazing in itself, and it was mostly hidden when I was there since it was high tide.
It’s also very difficult (or impossible) to get down to the beach itself on foot, but that may change. In the meantime, the viewpoints are still pretty cool and it’s easy to add this to any west Penida itinerary.
An added bonus is that a lot of the snorkeling boat tours come to this bay to visit the manta rays, so you can watch the boats and mantas come and go while you’re chilling on the cliffs above.
How To Get To Korawa Beach Overlook
Korawa Beach is on the west side of Nusa Penida island. It’s accessible by car or scooter, about 1 hour drive from the main docks and accommodation in northern Penida.
Be careful if you go by scooter because the road is rough and may be dangerous in some spots if you don’t take it slow! There is no parking or entry fee as of 2019.
If you’re looking for more info on how to get to Nusa Penida island in the first place, you can find that here.
Day Tours To Nusa Penida
If you’re on a tight schedule or want to skip the extra steps involved in arranging your own trip to Nusa Penida, there are a number of companies that offer prearranged day trips to Penida for as low as $50 USD, complete with hotel transfer, island tour, lunch, and same day return to Bali (or Nusa Lembongan).
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