Devil’s Tear, Indonesia: Dramatic, Romantic and Pristine !

Words: Imtiaz Ullah

Captured with: Google Pixel 3XL and Moment Lens

Pristine

With waves that turns humongous after striking the hills, offering a panoramic view of the coastline, the sight can make you spellbound and can turn into a “drunken stupor”. This sight really swept me off my feet.

A this very moment, waves looked like polished marble crashing on shore

A precautionary advice– don’t venture too close to the edge of the hills, sometimes the waves can become ferocious and it can sweep you away in her gallows.

My wife soaking in the view

So what can you expect at Devil’s Tear ?

A spectacular show of mother nature, reminding people not to mess with her. As soon as the wave crashes at the hills, you can see some incredible spray of water that turns into dozens of mini waterfalls and ultimately cascading back into the water. This is a sight to remember and what I have witnessed will remain in my memory for eternity.

With some of the craziest waves,and a pretty cool spot for photographers, here’s why you shouldn’t miss Devil’s Tears Nusa Lembongan. The beauty of this place can act as a major catalyst in Inspiring many travelers to pick up a camera and get creative.

This sweet lady sold coconut water

HOW TO GET TO DEVIL’S TEARS NUSA LEMBONGAN

If you’re travelling over from Bali you’ll most likely arrive at Mushroom Beach ferry port in Lembongan. From here you can grab a scooter for around or barter with the local taxi drivers to take you around the island. We traveled by a local taxi. All the places in the vicinity of Nusa Lembongan can be covered in a day.

With a background this, it had to be dramatic and romantic!

Our guide was my friend Fauzan Ahmad. He works at Adiwana D’ Nusa resort. He is very cordial by nature and knows a lot about the area. If you wish to connect with him, here is his number- +6281915996114

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Nomad Lawyer is a travel site dedicated to transformative travel, responsible tourism, eco-tourism and caused based travel, where the readers will be enriched by intriguing travel experiences, a sneak peek into the travel laws of a country and an overview of various projects relating to social responsibility and volunteer tourism.
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