From Nusa Penida: 3 Spots Snorkeling Tour with Manta Rays

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Explore the beauty of the amazing marine lives, including Manta Rays, tropical fishes and sea turtles, of Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida with three beautiful snorkeling spots with starting point of Nusa Penida's Toyapakeh Harbour.


  • Discover the beauty of marine lives of the islands with the 3 spots snorkeling
  • Get the chance to swim with the majestic manta rays
  • Visit Crystal Bay, Manta Bay and Mangrove Point
  • Savor the warmth food of Indonesian cuisine
  • Snorkeling experience also for non-swimmers


Meet at Toyapakeh Harbour, heading for the island of Nusa Lembongan and embark on a snorkeling adventure. Take advantage of 3 different stops to swim with Manta Rays, enjoy lunch on the beach, then spend the afternoon exploring the mangrove forest. Upon arrival at the starting you, you'll be first served with welcome drink, change and get your equipment before boarding the boat for snorkeling. Next, head to protected bay of Manta Bay, discover an ocean rich with plankton that attracts beautiful reef manta rays that can sometimes measure up to an impressive 4 or 5 meters in wing span. Go to 3 of the best snorkel sites on the island, including popular spots (depending on conditions) such as Crystal Bay, Gamat Bay and more. As the strong swells of the Indian Ocean can impact conditions, the situation will be carefully monitored to take you to where it is safe to swim with the rays less than 1.5 meters from the sea's surface. If conditions are not suitable, your snorkeling itinerary will be adjusted accordingly, as your safety is always the number one priority. Following your magical snorkeling adventure, break for a delicious beachside lunch at Paradise Beach on Nusa Lembongan. The lunch is served as an Indonesian food buffet. Then, get the chance to explore the mangrove forest in the afternoon by kayak, stand-up paddle board, or private gondola depending on availability before heading back to Nusa Penida's Toyapakeh Harbour.


Round-trip transfers from Toyapakeh Harbour and Lembongan Transportation from the water activity center back to the boat Welcome drinks and snacks Snorkeling sessions at 3 spots around Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan Towel, lockers, mask, snorkel, and fins Buffet Lunch at Paradise Beach Mangrove tour by kayak, stand-up paddleboard, or private gondola (depending on availability) Insurance for people age 10-65 years old

Important Information

  • The itinerary may be adjusted at the last minute in order to keep you safe from the strong swells of the Indian Ocean
  • Seeing or snorkeling with the manta rays is not always guaranteed on every tour, as it depends on the weather and water conditions

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Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund


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