The Angel’s Billabong, Natural Infinity Pool

  Nusa Penida   Wednesday, 14 September 2016 10:11 AM   Wonderful Nusa Penida   2022 views

While dominant part of the island is arid, inhospitable and just atoll, many of crevices and cliff displays miraculous outlook. Some own inviting pools of crystal-clear water surrounded by spectacular scene and might even have a waterfall for showering off afterwards or drained water from the ocean. The Angle’s Billabong is crazy concrete pool that make you without conscious get down to reach and willing to feel its pure water. Carved at the edge of cliff overlooking the Indian Ocean.

The pool is wedged between two cliffs and drained up with water as the tide comes in regularly. Be careful when step down to get the pool, rugged coral reef give a daring little challenge. Recommended to wear your shoes or slippers to avoid injure from sharp reef. The size of pool about 125 meters square and bit wider by the mouth of cliff. As its emerald hues and crystalline waters, The Angel’s Billabong is the epitome of stunning pool cliff. The floor looks green and bit slippery but no worry they are not moss actually. This particular infinity pool are so comfortable enough to walk on it, feels carpeted. Some parts of pool can be pretty deep and homes to various small fish.

The best point is the edge of pool, swimming just one meter above the sea while enjoy both open view of high cliff compiled wide ocean. Get lounge and let your body float atop a natural infinity pool. The Angel’s Billabong is easy access from Broken Bay, only take walk for fifty meters. From the boat port, take route lead you western part to Broken Bay by passing the village center of Banjar Sumpang, Bunga Mekar Village, no more than 40 minutes.

Note: Be careful when climbing the cliff and the pool close for swimming activies due to safety reason. The pool can be pretty dangerous if you are swimming while the waves are quite rough on high tide. Not recommended when great tide to avoid swept by the wave.

Reporter: I Gede Sumadi

Editor: WNP