We are on a quest to Hunt Top 10 beaches ofBali – Lets explore Bali and find best beaches fromNorth to South.

From Pristine white sand beaches to Blacksand beaches, Bali has it all.

Menjangan IslandFirst beach on our list is in Menjangan Island, this island is part of West Bali NationalPark.

You can cross over to this small island byboat from the port of Labuhan Lalang near Pemuteran Beach in North Bali.

Down at the coastline, calm waters and coralgardens teeming with marine life offer diving and snorkelling with excellent visibilityyear round.

This one is sure not to be missed.

To visit Menjangan Island, you'll often needa permit and a park guide, which can be arranged with most tour operators or hotels in thePemuteran Beach area.

You can also obtain them at the park officein Labuhan Lalang.

The island spans around 38 sq km, with savannahsthat are home to the rare Javan rusa deer (called menjangan in the local tongue andwhich gave the island its name).

Ahmed BeachNext on our list is Ahmed Beach.

Ahmed Beach in Bali was once best known forits traditional salt farming.

Ask for Ahmed Beach in Bali and you’d bedirected to any strip along this coast that spans 7 different seaside villages: Ahmed, Jemeluk, Bunutan, Lipah, Selang, Banyuning and Aas.

All are fishing villages, so you'll oftensee traditional jukung outriggers lining the coast.

Lovina BeachLovina Beach is a coastal area on the northwestern side of the island of Bali, Indonesia.

The coastal strip stretches from 5 km westof the city of Singaraja to 15 km west.

Singaraja is the seat of Buleleng Regency.

The Lovina area contains the small villages(from east to west) of Pemaron, Tukad Mungga, Anturan, Banyualit, Kalibukbuk, Kaliasem andTemukus.

It is becoming more popular with touristsbut remains far quieter than the tourist hotspots of the island's south side.

Tanah LotNext on our list is the mysterious Tanahh Lot Temple.

This is one of Bali’s most important landmarks, which is famed for its unique offshore setting and sunset backdrops.

An ancient Hindu shrine perched on top ofan outcrop amidst constantly crashing waves; Tanah Lot Temple is simply among Bali’snot-to-be-missed icons.

The temple is located in the Beraban villageof the Tabanan regency, an approximate 20km north-west of Kuta.

It is often included on sightseeing and culturaltours to Bali’s western and central regions.

CangguAmong Bali’s numerous beaches, Changgu Beach was recently chosen among CNN’s “World’s100 Best Beaches” in position no 39.

Located in the village of Changgu in NorthKuta, District of Badung, quite close to Legiyan beach, Changgu offers a wide stretch of blacksand beach that is world-famous for its magnificent surf.

It takes only some 25 minutes from here tothe famous Tanah Lot temple and some 20 minutes to Seminiyaak for those who yearn for moreexciting nightlife and loads of shopping.

Echo BeachEcho Beach is one of Bali’s most popular surf spots.

It has advanced reef breaks, 180-degree seascapesand sunsets, as well as seafood cafés set on a high vantage point.

The black-sand beach is approximately 35 kmnorthwest of Kuta and Seminiyaak, and a 14 km drive west from the provincial capitalof Denpasaar.

Surfers dominate the scene by day, beforethings shift to a more ambient dining scene by night.

Echo Beach is clean and well-kept thanks tothe joint efforts among various surf schools and clubs along Changgu’s coast, which carryout routine beach clean-ups Perenan BeachPerenan Beach is one of the most popular horse-riding beaches on the island, partly due to the manyhorse stables along the coastline.

Its namesake village offers serene views withits green rice fields, while the 700-metre-long beach is also a nice surfing spot.

The best time to go to catch waves is betweenApril and October.

Swimming isn’t a good idea here as Perenanhas rough tides with undercurrents.

It’s a nice spot if you’d like to getaway from the crowds who usually frequent popular beaches like Kuta and Double Six Uluwatu BeachThe Uluwatu coastline stretches down the west side of the Bukit peninsula, and offers someof the best swimming and surfing in all of Bali.

Dramatic cliffs dot the landscape and dropto the stunning sandy and rocky beaches below.

While Uluwatu’s big waves draws surfersfrom around the world, they also have great swimming beaches and some of the best sunsetsyou’ll ever see! Definitely check Rock bar when in Uluwatu, It is a famous sunset spot and the views from this bar are mesmerizing and one of it's kind.

Atuh BeachOnce you get bored of the busy life in Bali, head over to the neighbouring Nusa Penidaisland.

It is a mere 45 minutes boat ride from Sanurport.

Nusa Penida is very remote and wildly beautiful.

Roads are a little rough, You can either headtowards west or east.

Athhu Beach is hands-down one of the mostbeautiful beaches on Nusa Penida Island, featuring large cove with crystalline waters, goldensands and a coconut palm forest.

It’s the perfect spot to go for a swim tocool off and beach bum under one of many straw umbrellas that line the shoreline.

There is also a couple of small beach cafesselling fresh Indonesian cuisine, cold beers and fresh coconuts.

You could easily spend a couple of hours downon Atuh Beach and not get bored! Atuh Beach is hands-down one of the most beautifulbeaches on Nusa Penida Island, featuring large cove with crystalline waters, golden sandsand a coconut palm forest.

It’s the perfect spot to go for a swim tocool off and beach bum under one of many straw umbrellas that line the shoreline.

Ther is also a couple of small beach cafesselling fresh Indonesian cuisine, cold beers and fresh coconuts.

KelinkKing BeachTop beach on my list is the KelinkKing Beach, Located on the southwestern coast of NusaPenida Island in Bali, Kelingking beach is a secluded stretch of white sand borderedby T-rex shaped steep cliffs.

The scenic beauty is offset by the 400m steepclimb and strong undercurrents, making this a sparsely populated beach.

The only security from fatal falls are bamboofences, so physical fitness is a must while coming here.

Kelingking Beach is a wonderful place hiddenamidst limestone cliffs and beautiful blue water.

This place is worth exploring because thebeauty of it is simply mesmerizing and the picturesque views of the ocean you will seefrom here will leave you simply awestruck.

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