Exotic Huts and Exotic Critters

Our funky little hut, modeled after the rice barns of the Sasak tribe in neighboring Lombok, sets the stage for our scuba diving adventures here in Nusa Lembongan.

If you’ve just mumbled Nusa Lembongan to yourself and a dedicated critter hunter sitting nearby gasps in envious delight, it’s because this little island located off the southeast coast of Bali has a secret… a very big secret! But what? Stay tuned to find out.

5 responses to “Exotic Huts and Exotic Critters”

  1. avatar Jonathan says:

    Great shot of this cabin guys, Secret critters? I want to know now!

  2. avatar Veny says:

    OMG!! I stayed at exactly the same spot. Correct me if I am wrong, though recognising that tree in the picture and the two huts I’m pretty sure that’s Suka Beach Bungalow, yes?

    I loved my stay there, stayed there on both of my trips to Nusa Lembongan during last month.

    • avatar Thomas says:

      That’s exactly right, Suka Beach Bungalows. They were newly built and still smelled of fresh wood and grass. It was a great place!

  3. avatar philip keu says:

    look so freakingly awesome!!!
    how much did u pay for that?

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