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Devil's Tears, Nusa Lembongan

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Witness the power and majesty of the ocean and its tides at Devil's Tears. The natural landmark gains its name from the ocean spray thrown out from a cave in the cliff face as each wave hits. An attractive place for couples and families, this coastal feature remains largely unknown among tourists, so it offers unspoiled views and a relaxing atmosphere. Find your spot on the rocks at this dynamic stretch of coastline, but be careful where you put your feet--some rocks are jagged. Also, don't underestimate the strength of the waves here--they can be very strong. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Devil's Tears by using our Nusa Lembongan tour itinerary planner.
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  • Only when the sea is ready for it you see high splashes so get your camera ready. Not much trouble with venders of all kind. Walk best on rubber or not slippery footwear 
    Only when the sea is ready for it you see high splashes so get your camera ready. Not much trouble with venders of all kind. Walk best on rubber or not slippery footwear  more »
  • Honestly, without a doubt, this is unmissable. I’m a bit of a sea freak. I love the waves, the noise, the smell and the swell. Take care and walk in good footwear if possible around the rock pools.....  more
    Honestly, without a doubt, this is unmissable. I’m a bit of a sea freak. I love the waves, the noise, the smell and the swell. Take care and walk in good footwear if possible around the rock pools.....  more »
  • Some interesting geology and weathering has left us with the Devils Tears. These strange flat pools in jagged limestone, filled with seawater, can offer a stark calm in contrast to the wavy swell of.....  more
    Some interesting geology and weathering has left us with the Devils Tears. These strange flat pools in jagged limestone, filled with seawater, can offer a stark calm in contrast to the wavy swell of.....  more »
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  • Pro : one of the best and must visit place in Nusa Lembongan Cons : hot Location : 5/5 (side by side with Dream beach) Worth to visit : 5/5 Access : 5/5 Tips : One of the best and must visit place in Nusa Lembongan even for Bali. Very nice scenery and very unique. Dont say you are a Bali frequent visit if you have not visited Devil’s tears. Always follow my reviews, it's trusted and objective
  • It's a bit different with the old version, 4 months ago they build a fence & seating place surround it. It become a touristy place, good to see and taking pictures. Not as raw as 5 years ago since my last visit, but I think the government did it to secure the visitor as well. So kudos for the effort, we still can enjoy the crashing waves behind the lines.
  • Absolutely stunning! Just enjoy watching the waves crashing onto the cliffs, and it's very spectacular! Quite crowded at sunset but still worth to go there. You can always find a nice spot.
  • Lovedddd this place. It is so amazing! It is free of cost, come in and enjoy the amazing blow hole of water. The pictures and videos will come amazing. Water goes up few metres. The best time is around 10-12 PM, high tides!
  • Wonderful spot to watch the waves crashing and spray from the cave. The viewing area has been roped off for safety and to try and stop 🚫 people slipping on the rock and dying. However people jump the rope, stupidity. Don't do this!! This place has been done up for tourists and is great to observe on a choppy day at sea.

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