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Pemuteran Beach

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Pemuteran Beach

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Private Tours 2 days west & north bali
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Private Tours 2 days west & north bali

Tours as follows:<br><br>Day 1,<br>-tanah lot temple<br>-madewi beach<br>-soka beach and rice terrace view<br>-pemuteran menjangan beach<br><br>Over night there<br><br>Day 2,<br>-snorkling or dive menjangan island<br>-pulaki sacred mongkey temple<br>-lovina beach<br>-wanagiri hidden hill<br><br>Retur to next hotel stay
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Chabawacci wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom30 contributions44 helpful votes
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My brother wanted to visit a beach marginally more off the beaten track, and Pemuteran turned out to be a good shout. We loved the rustic feel of the place, the marvellous volcanic sand and the stunning hills surrounding it. There are a few hotels on the beach itself serving good food and drinks, and there are lots of opportunities for snorkelling, diving and more. Although it’s not a long beach, if you’re happy to climb over some rocks it’s long enough for a leisurely 1 to 1.5 hour walk and the same back. We actually arranged a trek through Bali Barat National Park along with snorkelling off of Menjangan Island whilst we were here using the details off of another trip advisor site, and although it was a touch pricey by Bali standards was super easy to arrange and was a fabulous day out. In terms of the weather, we went in the low season which has risks of rain and monsoon. Although the weather forecasts threatened thunderstorms, it turned out to be a mixture of sunny and overcast at times but always warm and pleasant enough to be sunbathing in our swim wear. With all this going for it, why am I only giving it three stars? Well, that’s because of the single use plastic lining the beach. It was very noticeable on the first and second days we were here, but on the third day, due to the change in sea current I think, there was a very high volume of trash in the sea and on the beach. I feel sorry for Bali, as this trash is washing up from other parts of Indonesian, and this trash is primarily created by Indonesians. It includes noodle packets, sweet packets, drink cups, polystyrene, and a lot of plastic bags. Although a lot of people were snorkelling off the beach and I did that too, for me when it was bad it was just too much. The marine life is wonderful, but I just couldn’t enjoy it whilst seeing the trash in the water, not to mention how sad it made me feel. By Bali standards there may be less trash than elsewhere in the water than elsewhere, but it was enough to spoil the experience for me. Overall, I would recommend it as the trash was not all that bad on the first two days and there is more of it in low season, but it’s something every visitor needs to be conscious of.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Mayam wrote a review Feb 2020
Ubud, Indonesia3 contributions1 helpful vote
The beach is quiet, but unfortunately the beach and sea bottom shows one of Bali's biggest problems. The resorts daily clean the rubbish, but the beaches that do not have 'an owner' make you so sad!! The problem is really huge and starts where people do not use bins to collect their carbage. Also in the mountains you see so much plastic in the landscape. In raining seasons the plastic flows to the rivers and seas.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Eve S wrote a review Jan 2020
Darwin, Australia899 contributions63 helpful votes
This place is very peaceful. Small village and lovely sandy beach with little waves. Snorkeling also available from beach and dive companies also take people out to reefs. If not staying at Resort you cand. also rent beach chais and towels from resort for $5 for two people
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Kenny W wrote a review Dec 2019
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Overall a relaxing environment and nice scenery. However, there is so much garbage on the shore and in the water. You see pieces of garbage floating on the ocean and more underwater.. which is sad. The locals need to stop littering on the beach as it directly impacts tourism.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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The Travel Deck wrote a review Nov 2019
Asia9 contributions
Pemuteran was the perfect stop after Ubud. With a lovely beach perfect for swimming, snorkeling just off the shore and a laid back vibe, Pemuteran is ideal for those looking for some days in Bali away from the crowds.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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