Dans la région (en vous éloignant un peu), en dehors des dauphins, vous pourrez visiter plusieurs jolis temples, les sources d’eau chaude de Banjar et les cascades de Munduk, qui valent le coup d’œil.
This year we decided to spend a few days in the north of the island, in Lovina. It’s a nice town, small and fairly quiet. Lovina is known for its black sand, and proximity to go see the dolphins. I would gladly add that I love its beautiful sunsets. I felt so relaxed when I arrived there, the ocean is very quiet, almost like a lake.
We stayed at Bali Paradise* which was very spacious and quiet. The pool is pretty, quiet, and clean. The small downside of the hotel is that the breakfast was small and the towels were clean but really worn. Apart from that, the reception was nice and everything was very cute and clean. I recommend it if you are planning to stay in the area.
Every night, we watched the most beautiful sunset since our arrival in Bali. Before sunrise, we went to see the dolphins for 2 hours: they swam around us and jumped, but we weren’t allowed to dive with them (frustrating). Excursions like this don’t cost much (4 euros) and it’s always nice !
We were generally disappointed by the restaurants there, but we enjoyed the Seabreeze on the beach, with a stunning views on the sunset. The food wasn’t great, but it’s the best we’ve found in Lovina.
In the area, besides the dolphins, you can visit several temples, the hot springs of Banjar and the waterfalls of Munduk.
|Black sand beach|
|room @bali paradise|
|bathroom @bali paradise|
*Bali Paradise Jl. Kartika / Kalibukbuk / Lovina –
|salad / seabreeze|
|Hot springs -Banjar|