45 Minutes from Cabin
Reached by a rugged path, this natural pool is picturesquely framed by rock cliffs & an arch.
Nusa Penida was easily the highlight of our Bali trip – I can’t recommend enough getting off the mainland and exploring some of the untouched coastline of Nusa Penida. Angel’s Billabong and Broken Beach are probably the most popular destinations for tours due to their close proximity to the ports, but you will still experience less crowds than any attraction on the mainland. It’s worth the trek along the rough roads just to experience swimming in a natural infinity pool!
After visiting the stunning Kelingking Cliff, it was about another 45 minute ride to Broken Beach. The dirt road all the way down to the arch was pretty rugged, and I was lucky Cody was there to drive our scooter, because there was no way I would have been able to make it there in one piece on my own with all of the holes, rocks, and ditches.
There was only one other scooter when we pulled up to Broken Beach. After admiring the view, we wanted to go swimming and headed to Angel’s Billabong. We got lost looking for the natural infinity pool, but it turns out you just follow the path by foot to the right of Broken Beach, and from here you can also walk around over the top of the arch if you wanted to. Article Source