Nusa Dua is a place in the south of Bali, Indonesia. It is located just 25 kilometers south of Bali’s capital city Denpasar, on a peninsula.
Nusa Dua is a destination purely built for tourists. The area is home to a number of large, luxurious hotels. And in 2007, the World Climate Conference took place in Nusa Dua.
Just north of the touristy area on the peninsula Tanjung Benoa is a less exclusive hotel district and the village Benoa with a multiethnic population. The sand of the beaches here was almost completely removed by the increasing current, after the reef that was lying off the coast had been dismantled for the extraction of building materials.
Water Blow Beach
Water Blow is located in the Bali Tourism & Development Corporation (BTDC) district where large waves of sea water from the Indian Ocean continually crash against jagged limestone edges of a cliff. The water blow is the outcome of the narrowing crag below the cliff face that channels a surge of water up to 30 meters high from its base following strong currents. This phenomenon results in giant, irregular splashes of wave that can reach several meters high. The area provides a 240-degree lookout of dramatic seascape that is bordered by guardrails.