Mangrove Forest Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Lembongan

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Explore Mangrove Forest Nusa Lembongan in a jukung (outrigger canoe) and admire these unsual trees with their gnarled underwater roots. Rent a personal jukung or paddleboard and travel under your own steam, or hire a local to punt you through the maze of waterways as you sit back and take in the verdant forest's sights and sounds. You'll find great snorkeling just off the forest's coast, as well as lots of warungs (small independent businesses) in the area selling delicious, fresh home-cooking. Add Mangrove Forest Nusa Lembongan to your Nusa Lembongan travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Nusa Lembongan tour builder site.
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  • A peaceful boat ride amidst the natural habitat. Mangrove is one of the main activities here and the tour lasts for an hour through the mangroves and snorkelling spots. So peaceful and delightful... 
    A peaceful boat ride amidst the natural habitat. Mangrove is one of the main activities here and the tour lasts for an hour through the mangroves and snorkelling spots. So peaceful and delightful...  more »
  • If you visit Nusa Lembongan, try to book a boat to go down this mangrove forest. They have a kayak too if you want to have a little adventure by your own. In the forest, you can hear birds sounds and....  more
    If you visit Nusa Lembongan, try to book a boat to go down this mangrove forest. They have a kayak too if you want to have a little adventure by your own. In the forest, you can hear birds sounds and....  more »
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  • We rode our bicycles early in the morning to the end of the Mangrove Forest. We meet a local man who asked us if we would like a mangrove tour. We were the only people there, so we thought it was the perfect opportunity to see it without a crowd. We rode in a small flat bottom canoe while our 'tour guide' guided us around the winding waterways like we were in a Venice gondola. The water was so clear and it was so peaceful. We then met a local woman sitting the latest seaweed haul and learnt a bit about three local trade. Week with the visit, not need to book a tour, just go straight to the end of the Mangrove Forest and strike up a deal.
  • Mangrove Forest is worth visiting but don’t beat yourself up if you’ve run out of time. It’s missable. We rented our kayak for 150,000 IDR for 2 hours but they apparently charge that for 1 hour. They said it had back support but as you can see, it doesn’t. If you’ve got lower back problems you might want to avoid this. Your experience is dependent on the tide. We kayaked back against the current which was insanely powerful as it was the river leading into the sea. Not many fish in the mangroves.

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