Kelingking actually translates into English meaning Pinkie a term referencing the smallest finger on the hand. Just like a pinkie promise, the land does also appear to take the form of a Kelingking or pinkie finger. However, this location to become so popular
Kelingking Beach has spectacular, high white limestone cliffs which will simply take your breath away. Some of the karst formations are really dramatic as are the numerous offshore pinnacles. You can enjoy the view from above or you can go down to the beach. This is very unique beach, you can’t find a beach like this in any parts of this world, except on Nusa Penida island. Sunset view at this attraction is very beautiful.
At many points along the cliff edge, there is no rail whatsoever and the grass just leads you off the edge, down hundreds of feet onto the rocks. The lack of safety should give you no false sense of security, be very careful as you walk along the edge enjoying the view.
The Kelingking Beach is located at Karang Dawa area, Bunga Mekar Village Nusa Penida. To get in to the Kelingking beach are very bed, because the environment is still natural. The road was winding and slightly steep. However, it is quite safe to pass, the road made from hard limestone and not slippery even if it rains. This exotic beach area was first discovered by Tourists from the Czech Republic and Australian in 2003 which was doing a tour to Nusa Penida. At that time, the coastal environment is still a bush and have not been known as a tourist attraction.