Angel’s Billabong Nusa Penida
Angel’s Billabong is so worth it to be a beach tourism destination. The beach which is a part of a bay, Angel’s Billabong is a short walk from Pasih Uug, an amazing rock formation that is a natural infinity pool or mermaid pool, the emerald green water stood out so clearly among the dark rocks and blue water behind it.
Angel’s Billabong Nusa Penida formed from a lucky pattern of erosion in the volcanic rock of the island to make a little indent which refills with seawater at high tide. These same features can be seen around Bali, Nusa Lembongan (Devil’s Tear) and elsewhere on Nusa Penida, but none are so deep and large as Angel’s Billabong so you can’t swim in those ones safely.
Playing calm water that look like a lake becomes favorite activity in Angel’s Billabong But it is only safe to swim in at low tide and when the surf is calm enough that huge waves aren’t rushing in and out (and pulling you out with them on the outstroke). So it is a matter of timing as well as weather.
Angel’s Billabong is located just to the west side of Broken Beach, so they are ideal to combine in one trip. The best time to visit the Billabong is between 9 and 11 am – at that time, the waves of the ocean beyond are calm and still, imbibing the experience of floating in serenity as one of true heaven.