Devil’s Tears

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Devil’s Tears on Nusa Lembongan is the single-best sunset spot on the island and possibly even in Bali! It also some epic tide pools and if you are an adrenaline seeker, there are even some cliff jump opportunities. In this blog post, I’ll give you the lowdown on why it’s the best sunset spot, the cliff jumping and how to get there. It takes less than 10 minutes to drive from the main strip in Nusa Lembongan to Devil’s Tears. The best way to get around the island is by moped/scooter. You can hire one for about $5 US dollars per day and gas is just over $1 per bottle. The map below shows you the exact location of Devil’s Tears on Nusa Lembongan. It’s right next to Dream Beach, another popular spot on the island. If you are staying in Bali.. but still want to spend a day experiencing how epic Nusa Lembongan is, you can take a day trip on a speedboat to Lembongan and tour around the sights for the day with a guide before returning back to Bali in the evening. For just $88, the top-rated Nusa Lembongan Day Tour includes hotel pick-up and drop-off from Bali, lunch, boat transfers and your guide. What makes Devil’s Tears such an epic spot is in the name. Waves come crashing into the cove and like a blowhole, come spitting out with such force they blow a mist or ‘tears’ up into the air. That’s my interpretation of the name anyhow! When you arrive at Devil’s Tears you might be a bit alarmed at the number of tourists at this site. It seems to be a popular day trip for many tour companies. However, once you clear the initial section most of the tourists don’t venture down the coast to the tidepools. I sat and watched the waves come crashing in and blowing up the mist for a while. The ferocity of the flow didn’t seem to bother a lone turtle who came into the cove to cruise around. After a little bit of a chill, we headed away from the parking lot down the coast. Here we reached the spot I call, the Devi’s Tear’s sunset spot!


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