Nusa Penida Bali Tour Nusa Penida,Bali

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Nusa Penida Bali Tour

Nusa Penida is one of the sub-districts in the four sub-districts in Klungkung Regency, Bali Province.

Nusa Penida Subdistrict consists of three islands namely Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. Of these three islands,

The largest island of Nusa Penida as the main island, then Lembongan Island and the smallest Ceningan Island that resemble a dyke only.

Besides these three islands there are dozens of uninhabited small islands circling the west, south and east of Nusa Penida.

Nusa Penida is located in the southeast of Bali Island which is bordered by the Badung Strait in the west, the Lombok strait in the east and the Indonesian Ocean in the south.

The Indonesian government has designated Nusa Penida as Indonesia's outermost archipelago because it directly faces the Indonesian Ocean.

To maintain its marine potential and fisheries, Nusa Penida has also been established as an area of ​​Fisheries and Marine Conservation by the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries.

The area of ​​Nusa Penida is 202.84 KM2 which is two-thirds of the total area of ​​Klungkung Regency as a whole.

Most of the Nusa Penida region has hilly topography with calcareous barren lands with relatively low rainfall of only 1,152 / mm / year.

The north coast has white sand, the southern part is a steep rock cliff, while in the west and east is a combination of coral cliffs and small beaches.

Nusa Penida is inhabited by around 50,000 inhabitants scattered in 16 villages (perbekelan), the majority of them are Hindus with 1 village, the population is exclusively Muslim, namely: Toyapakeh Village.

On average they work as rainfed farmers and a small percentage of people living on the north coast work as fishermen and seaweed farmers. The main agricultural & plantation products in Nusa Penida are cassava, corn, beans - beans, bananas, coconut, mango and cashew.

While the results of the cultivation of livestock are in the form of free-range chicken, pork and cattle. Nusa Penida cow is very well known throughout Indonesia because of its physical endurance and is still free from various diseases such as nail & mouth disease; Nusa Penida has been established by the Government of Indonesia as a center for Bali cattle breeding.

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Nusa Penida Bali Tour

Nusa Penida is one of the sub-districts in the four sub-districts…

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Description

Nusa Penida Bali Tour

Nusa Penida is one of the sub-districts in the four sub-districts in Klungkung Regency, Bali Province.

Nusa Penida Subdistrict consists of three islands namely Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. Of these three islands,

The largest island of Nusa Penida as the main island, then Lembongan Island and the smallest Ceningan Island that resemble a dyke only.

Besides these three islands there are dozens of uninhabited small islands circling the west, south and east of Nusa Penida.

Nusa Penida is located in the southeast of Bali Island which is bordered by the Badung Strait in the west, the Lombok strait in the east and the Indonesian Ocean in the south.

The Indonesian government has designated Nusa Penida as Indonesia's outermost archipelago because it directly faces the Indonesian Ocean.

To maintain its marine potential and fisheries, Nusa Penida has also been established as an area of ​​Fisheries and Marine Conservation by the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries.

The area of ​​Nusa Penida is 202.84 KM2 which is two-thirds of the total area of ​​Klungkung Regency as a whole.

Most of the Nusa Penida region has hilly topography with calcareous barren lands with relatively low rainfall of only 1,152 / mm / year.

The north coast has white sand, the southern part is a steep rock cliff, while in the west and east is a combination of coral cliffs and small beaches.

Nusa Penida is inhabited by around 50,000 inhabitants scattered in 16 villages (perbekelan), the majority of them are Hindus with 1 village, the population is exclusively Muslim, namely: Toyapakeh Village.

On average they work as rainfed farmers and a small percentage of people living on the north coast work as fishermen and seaweed farmers. The main agricultural & plantation products in Nusa Penida are cassava, corn, beans - beans, bananas, coconut, mango and cashew.

While the results of the cultivation of livestock are in the form of free-range chicken, pork and cattle. Nusa Penida cow is very well known throughout Indonesia because of its physical endurance and is still free from various diseases such as nail & mouth disease; Nusa Penida has been established by the Government of Indonesia as a center for Bali cattle breeding.

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