From Bali, there is 3 option of ports to get to Lembongan. Sanur, Padang Bai, and Tanjung Benoa. Padang Bai is usually used to go to Lombok and Gili Trawangan. While Tanjung Benoa, this is the center of water sports such as snorkeling, paragliding, and the place for cruise-cruise for guest who wants to party on the boat or just play. Bobo is a name for tourist area in Nusa Lembongan, and there is usually a cruise from that place, and from Padang Bai, there are affordable speedboats and people’s boats. Now Sanur specializes in Lembongan and Penida. In Sanur, you can choose a speedboat and barge ride. If you want a cheaper ticket, you can always go show to by buying the ticket, and please consider an online reservation for your last option sometimes they give you a good price.
A trip to Lembongan takes around 30-45 minutes using a speedboat. If you don’t want to be in Sanur, and another option you could take a vehicle when you want to go to Lembongan, you can leave that around Sanur, don’t worry its saved. The total cost will be Parking lot fee IDR 25,000 or $2 and speedboat fee around $25 or IDR 250,000, Bocan bought from here. The boat is on time, so try not to be late, if you have already bought a ticket and are late, you can still take the next boat. It is expected to arrive half an hour before departure to check in. Bocan was worried, how to lift his suitcase on the boat, because the harbor in Sanur is not available on the pier, so it must be wet to the boat, but it turns out that there is a porter who will lift our luggage, it’s safe.
When you reach this place, you can get more experience with diving, and surfing. And you can go to the south-western coast, this is where most of the hotels are, so you will want to explore the south and west side where beautiful beaches and cliffs make for a relaxing retreat. Ceningan is a smaller island, connected to Lembongan via a bridge. Here, seascapes dotted with traditional fishing boats and seaweed farms, as well as mangrove forests and turtle nesting beaches abound.