There is one of the black sandy beach in Bali that is popular for its beautiful and joyful sea animals, the dolphins. The beach is called as Lovina and it is located at the Buleleng Regnecy, Bali.
Since dolphin watching can’t be met anywhere you are heading to the beaches in Bali, Lovina beach then becoming the most popular destination to visit. And to be honest, there are so many travel packages that included dolphin watching as one of the main attractions and things to do when you are heading to Buleleng or when you are in Bali.
Watching the dolphin is never been interesting. Moreover if you have not been experiencing it in the early morning while the sun is rising at the island of gods. Bali.
Things you need to know if you are interested about dolphin watching in Lovina Beach
Getting to Lovina beach is just like you are starting the journey from a corner a of a region to another one. If you are starting from the Ngurah Rai International airport that is part of northern Bali, then you will need to go south for the beach.
For the time you will need to reach the destination, it can be vary base on the traffics. But mostly, it takes around 3 to 4 hours on the road by car.
Knowing this, heading for a dolphin watching from the airport is not really recommended that you are using taxi since it will really cost you a lot. For short, it is better to rent a car with driver that will mostly take around IDR350,000 to IDR550,000 per day (10 to 12 hours).
Next, another thing to know is the best time to watch the dolphins of course. It will also answering about what time you will need to start from the airport or your hotel accommodation.
It is recommended that watching dolphins around Lovina beach is at 6 am to 7.30 am in the morning. Therefore, you will need at least to start from Denpasar since 2.30 am or 3 am before. But if you think that you will need to experience the destinations at Buleleng, you are surely possible to plan all the things you will need there.
From 6 to 7.30 am in the morning is the best time for the dolphins to getting out and playing and that will be the attraction you are going to see. Even, when the boat you are on is moving, some of the dolphins will following it along the way from behind, beside and in front of the boat.
Anyway, you will need to be at the beach at least at 5.30 am and you will also need to pay for the fisherman boat that will be used to reach the location where the dolphins can be met in the mid of the sea.
The price for the boat is around IDR150,000/person and that will allow the passengers to be on the boat and sea for 2 hours. And since watching dolphins is using the fisherman boat, max people will be included in a boat is around 5 person.
Another last thing you can do while you are in Lovina beach after seeing the dolphins is to snorkeling. Trust me it is worth-traveling and you will find some snorkel equipment rental around. Even, you can ask the captain if he will be possible to accompany you to find the best snorkel spots around Lovina beach area.
Is there something I have not been mentioned about what you will need to know when you are heading to Buleleng and enjoy how refreshing and joyful it is to see the dolphins in the morning?