Tembling Beach & Springs
Tembling is a much less visited beach on Nusa Penida because the drive to get there is a little treacherous. There are guides at the top and bottom who will drive you up and down for a fee, or if you're confident on a scooter you can tackle it yourself. It's a narrow path down through the mountains, but if you're slow and careful you should be okay. At the bottom, there is a small rainforest, some natural springs and a beautiful beach. There are people who sell drinks, coconuts and snacks so you can relax here for a while.
Manta Point has to be included in your Nusa Islands Itinerary. You can snorkel here, or scuba dive and you have a very good chance at seeing manta rays! There is a cleaning station here for the mantas and we saw two or three on our scuba diving tour. If you are there between July to October then you could even see Mola Mola (AKA sunfish). You're more likely to see these when scuba diving, as it's rare they would come close enough to the surface to see them while snorkelling.
It's a great place to dive, and an amazing day out!
Although not really a waterfall, this is one of the most unique and incredible spots in Nusa Penida. There are several hundred blue steps down the cliff face towards a rockpool at the bottom. If you have a fear of heights then this could trigger that fear as you stand on the steps with a clear view all the way to the waves below. You can see them between the gaps in the steps as they crash against the base of the cliffs. If you can get past that, and work your way down then the rewards are fantastic!
At the bottom, you can relax in a natural pool and watch as those same waves crash against the rocks, but this time right in front of you. If the current is particularly strong then the waves could easily spill into the pool, so be careful when you're there! You will need to wear a sarong (which you can buy at the top if you don't have one) to access Peguyangan.