Rowana is far from Kuta. The main thing to come here is to go out to sea in the morning to find dolphins. It's a great experience. Here I share my travel strategy: Starting from the south, Xiangcave, Kawei Mountain, Ubu Royal Palace, Ubu stays one night a day, the next day Shengquan Temple, Beijing Damani Volcano, and at night in Roweina, I suggest that the hotel sunrise, the swimming pool is behind the sea, the pool water is still warm, good service attitude, good scenery, the third day out to see the dolphins behind the hotel. On the third morning, after seeing the dolphins, I walked south all the way through Baidu Library and Forest Park. All the way beautiful, all the way happy, happy and full.
The beach in LOVINA is blue. There are no large numbers of tourists here, not even a few people can see. Huge tracts of deserted beaches... Invincible sunset and clear starry sky. Because it is located in the north of Bali (airports and most high-end hotels, regular attractions are in the south), the distance (more than three hours by car) most people only have the impression of Rovina, which is black sand beach and dolphins. In fact, the Black Sand Beach is due to nearby volcanoes and Singaraja, the largest city in northern Bali, where the Bali government plans to build a second airport (though construction is said to have not started for several years). There are waterfalls, volcanoes, corals to snorkel, and a few small museums to take pictures. Every sunset and Ocean View, the night sky milkway, cheap prices, simple folkways, parking everywhere, so I can't help but fantasize that the next time I don't have a job, I must come and live well for a week.
We stayed at the Lovina hotel. The environment was very good. There was a separate beach. It was very quiet. It was especially suitable for trance. Chasing dolphins was a matter of patience, but the moment we saw it was very exciting. Really very reluctant, want to go back there in a daze. We're still running in Rovina. It's a special experience. You can also feel the beautiful scenery along the way.
I love it here! Rowana Beach is at the northernmost end of Bali. It takes about 5-6 hours to get from Kuta, but I think it's really a word to spend time here: worth it! Come here mainly by the call of dolphins ~see all kinds of recommendation say fun, then think must come here, and later proved to be no mistake! In the morning of the first day of Spring Festival, I saw many sea spirits, perfect! Lovina Beach has not been developed perfectly yet. With the majority of hotels, villa and restaurants on the beach, shopping is a little inconvenient. After a long walk, you can only see a small convenience store. Because of the long distance and no other attractions, few people choose to come here, and the relative consumption is much cheaper (living in villa is only 600 rmb, cost-effective!). The people here are very friendly. It's already dark after we finished our meal in the restaurant near the hotel. The waiter asked us which hotel we stayed in and asked the staff to drive a golf battery car to take us back to the door of the hotel. It's really very kind. Twelve cents of praise!
It's not easy for Lovina to come from Kuta, Bali, but it's worth it. The Dolphin Bay here is very special. Many visitors will come here to enjoy the black dolphins. Lovina Beach is a good place to watch sunset and sunrise. There won't be too many tourists here. It's quieter than the rest of Bali. Suitable for sitting quietly on the beach waiting for sunrise and sunset. Very freehand. It's worth going.
Beautiful feeling Bali's most beautiful place north air good people simple pity stayed for a short time in the evening to visit the local market spent little time to eat fun around villas to pay back money a little far away from other OK here massage is great feeling than the busy area of the sun every day to swim perfect.
The boatman pushed the boat into the sea and reached the dolphin-infested waters. Running after the dolphins in a boat. (Generally speaking, when a dolphin leaps out, there will be fast-moving waves on the sea surface. The boatman follows the dolphin along the track of the waves.)
Every morning the dolphins want to eat sardines, so the chance to see them is still great. They must take their raincoats with them, or the damp proof coats. The sea breeze is not warm in the morning without the sun. Whether you see a dolphin or not depends entirely on your captain's inexperience. Fortunately, it is said that you can hear the dolphin's voice, but we did not hear it, because four hours ago, Rowana was just washed by the rainstorm, and the dolphins are not happy.