Bali, while still being one of the most exotic tourism destinations in the world, has developed quickly during the last decade. The main island is still a highly popular place for tropical getaway, which combines the natural beauty and high-end modernizations. Yet, little do people know that there are tiny, exotic islands around Bali to preserve the natural idylls and serenity Bali used to be well-known for. Those isles overshadowed by the main island’s charms save magnificent sunset, picturesque underwater beauty, and extraordinary wildlife like nobody ever sees.
From the famous three Nusa islands, exotic northwestern island to the well-known Gilis, here is a small guide to island hopping near Bali.