Peguyangan Waterfall is one of the adventurous attractions in Nusa Penida. Located on the southwest coast of Nusa Penida, the ultimate adventure awaits at Peguyangan Waterfall and the Instafamous Blue Stairs.
Peguyangan Waterfall sits at the bottom of some pretty epic cliffs. It’s one of the less-publicized things to do on Nusa Penida but. An iconic blue stairway leads you down a cliffside pathway to a sacred water temple, a pilgrimage site for locals.
You can do a workout with up and down those steep blue stairs. Then you add in the spectacular coastal cliff views that are the trademark of the island. Finally mix that in with the tradition and culture of the sacred temple and the waterfall, which is a pilgrimage site and you have this awesome blend in one spot!
There’s only one local warung to chill out after had hard trekking or you can just buy some stuff before going to hike the blue stairway. This local warung located at the top of the stairs in the parking area.
The best time to visit this waterfall is in the morning to avoid sunburn. It’s also good in daylight, but the weather might be so hot and you probably tired, especially climbing back up.
How to Get Peguyangan Waterfall
Peguyangan Waterfall Nusa Penida is located at Batukandik Village. It’s easy to access google maps. I departed from Sanur Harbor to Banjar Nyuh Harbor by fast boat. For simplifying your trip, you can book a fast boat ticket at penidago.com. The estimation by riding a scooter from the Sampalan Harbor to Peguyangan Waterfall is about 40 minutes.
So, that’s all about Peguyangan Waterfall Nusa Penida. I hope you’ll enjoy your trip!