Lovina Beach offers a lovely grayish black sandy beach and tranquil feeling to sightseeing in the North Coast of Bali. If you want to see the attractions of dolphins directly, Lovina is the good option. The north sea of Bali is bit calm than the south and safe for swimming. The local fisherman's boat also harbor along the beach, traditional, beautiful and colorful. Lovina Bali provides the visitor a broad range of accommodation service. Many visitor who pay a visit to North of Bali, choose to spend the night in Lovina.
Let's take a closer look to the lovely grayish sandy beach of Lovina!
Lovina Beach Bali
Lovina Beach offer a lovely grayish black sandy beach and tranquil feeling to sightseeing in the North Coast of Bali. The north sea of Bali is bit calm than the south and safe for swimming.
Lovina Bali area is located 11 Kilometer to the west of Singaraja Town (about 15 minutes), Buleleng Regency, Bali. Lovina beach is an area covering several village such as Pemaron, Tukad Mungga, Anturan, Banyualit, Kaliasem, Temukus and Kalibukbuk.
To get around you can rent a bicycle, easy to find even the hotel provide it. Other option is rent a motorcycle to explore wider area of Lovina Bali. The foods is amazing and cheap.
Lovina area has becoming the center of tourism activity, supported by accomodations, restaurants, bars, art shops, bank, transportation and several kind of beach activities.
Lovina Bali area provide the visitor a wide range of accomodation service from budget hotel to star-class hotel . Many visitor who pay a visit to North of Bali, choose to spend the night in Lovina.
The local fisherman's boat also harbor along the beach, traditional and colorful. These are a reminder that you are in a traditional fishing community. This beach is as good a place to explore quiet beaches at your own pace in Bali. This beach lends themselves well to exploration on foot at a leisurely pace.
Lovina Beach Bali Dolphins Watching
The most attracting activities in Lovina is Dolphin Watching. Many visitor come to Lovina Beach for the dolphins. Dolphin watching attraction creates many job opportunity to the locals.
The best time for watching the dolphins is about 6 a.m., so it's advisable the visitor has been on the dolphin spot at 5:30 a.m., before sunrise. People said, dolphin watching is very related to "nature", sighting the dolphin up close is part of it. Or go home without seeing anything if the nature not goes with you. "Luck" is the perfect word to describe it.
Banjar Hot Springs Bali
Banjar Hot Springs is a natural hot springs with stone carved mouths gushing water in a lush garden setting. The whole experience here is extremely therapeutic and cleansing.
Banjar Hot Springs was estimated to be hundreds of years old. Japanese government has built three water storage ponds for bathing. The water is stored in a tiny swimming pool situated near the temple.
This sulfuric water is derived out of volcanic and has an ideal warm temperature of 37 degrees Celsius. This is not a straightforward reachable place and for this reason it's often less crowded than you would expect for such a lovely hot spring.
Great views overlooking the Lovina Beach, some more traditional villages, temples, and fruit orchards. The nature trails in the hills invite you to hiking. At the end of the day visitors can enjoy a beautiful sunset of the North Bali Sea.
Visitor can reach this place by heading to west out of town toward Banjar, turn left after a few kilometers at the large gateway over the main road, and then keeps going until you climb up the mountains.
Banjar Buddhist Temple Bali
Banjar Buddhist Temple Bali is a spectacular Buddhist temple featuring something of a miniature, modern replica of Borobudur atop its peak, as well as pagodas, a pond, a meditation grove and gardens.
Brahma Vihara Arama is popular all over Asia and located on a hill overlooking Lovina Beach. This place is located south-west of Lovina about 3 kilometers from the town of Dencarik. Banjar Buddhist Temple Bali is the biggest Buddhist temple in Bali and located close to Banjar Hot Springs.
Many visitors come here to relax and take the opportunity to meditate and admire the beautiful surroundings. This place shows the solidarity amongst the Balinese people and the Buddhist community who live on Bali.
This kind of activity is popular around Lovina Bali. Cockfight is taken very seriously, and visitors will see many older men training their cocks at the roadside throughout the area. At the cockfights, huge sums of money change hands as gambling.
Public Library Coba Baca
This place is located on the main road in Kalibukbuk, Lovina Bali. The goal of this foundation is to provide education to all (north) Balinese mainly of Balinese women and children.
Coba Baca has many books, mostly in Indonesian. Besides that, English and Dutch books are also available. Those books can be borrowed by tourists and expats as well. The library provides books, organizes (educational) activities and (language) courses to the local inhabitants.
Munduk Rice Terrace
Munduk village is located on the scenic road between Pancasari and Seririt. Munduk rice terrace offering green view, different like rice field at Tegalalang and Jatiluwih.
Munduk rice terraces use traditional tool to planting and harvesting. By trekking visitors can see rice terrace, munduk irrigation water system, farmer activities, learn how to plan rice and waterfall.
Many visitor take along their family to holiday in Lovina. Here you can do several activity such as diving, snorkelling, even fishing, but above those all, Lovina Bali offering you a place to relax and to take a slow pace of life.
Lovina Beach offers a tranquil feeling and lovely grayish black sandy beach on the North Coast of Bali. People can do several activity (sightseeing, diving, snorkeling) but above all, Lovina Beach offering a place to relax and take a slow pace of life. Take your time to visit Lovina Beach Bali, hopefully helpful and thank you!
- BPS Kabupaten Buleleng
- Dinas Pariwisata Provinsi Bali
- Image : Original Collection
- Distance and Time : Google Maps Mobile
- Geological: Geological Map of The Bali Sheet, Nusatenggara, 1998
- Climate: Climate Classification Map (Schmidt-Ferguson) of BALI from BMKG Wilayah III Denpasar