Lovina is situated in the northern coast of Bali, approximately 10 km west of Singaraja. Lovina Beach lies at Kalibukbuk village, Buleleng County. Its black sandy beach remains pristine, so it is interesting to visit. It has been very famous for the location to watch the attraction of wild dolphins at their native habitat. You can immediately see the funny behavior and friendly dolphins live in the middle of the sea. There live hundreds of dolphins. At the location, you can also dive or snorkel to enjoy the beauty of the sea on the beach. Another attraction to see is a variety of friendly enough ornamental fish usually liking to approach divers. Meanwhile, there are a variety of shells on the beach.
Pemuteran is located at the west coastal area of the Island of Bali or approximately 55 km west of Singaraja and 30 km from Gilimanuk. It lies between the cluster of hills and sea causing this village to have a very exotic panorama. Pemuteran Beach is a perfect tourist attraction for travelers favoring a quiet place and being away from the hustles and bustles.
The waterfall having the height of approximately 15 meters is located in the middle of coffee and clove plantation, right in the east end of Munduk village, Banjar subdistrict, some 42 km south of Singaraja town. The sound of splashing water, small birds and grasshoppers coupled with remote atmosphere provide a natural ambience for visitors. Aside from having the potential waterfalls and Lake Tamblingan, Munduk village is also rich in other potentials such as cloves and coffee plantations and fruits such as citrus and flower plantations. Meanwhile, its exotic terraced rice fields are very popular among visitors for trekking.
Les Waterfall is perched at Les village, Tejakula subdistrict, approximately 38 km east of Singaraja town. This waterfall with the height of approximately 30 meters is surrounded by an unspoiled natural landscape with hills background. Other than waterfalls, the village also has a potential that is not less interesting such as the beach of Les village located in the north that is not too far from the waterfall with a beautiful underwater panorama. In addition, local people at the coastal area still have the activities of traditional salt farming as their main livelihood.
This waterfall is located at Gitgit village, Sukasada subdistrict. It is around 11 km south of Singaraja town leading to Pancasari and Bedugul village. With the height of some 35 meters, the waterfall is very beautiful and has amazing panorama at the surrounding and spreads across a cool environment. When stepping down by walking through the Gitgit parking lot, some local youths organized by the customary village will offer an escort service for tourists to the waterfall object.
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