Lovina Beach: Playground of Bottle-Nosed Dolphins

On the off chance that you are searching for a completely different occasion, different from South Bali's Kuta-Seminyak vibrant atmosphere, then you should travel north to Bali's Lovina Beach.

Lovina Beach
Lovina Beach
Situated somewhere in the range of 9 Km from Singaraja, capital city of the Buleleng Regency, Lovina Beach confronting the Bali Sea is the perfect definition of tranquility, where one can appreciate the true meaning of a laid back and loose life.

Lovina stretches over a swathe of more than 8 kms coastline containing a string of coastal towns, which are: Kaliasem, Kalibukbuk, Anturan, and Tukad Mungga – collectively known as Lovina. The heart of Lovina is the town of Kalibukbuk situated in the Buleleng District, Buleleng Regency.

Not at all like other white-sand shorelines on Bali, Lovina shoreline is of dark and dark volcanic sand. Just as the nearby Pemuteran Beach, Lovina additionally features unbelievable underwater life to dive in for those who appreciate plunging and swimming. But, the principle attraction here are the bottle-nosed dolphins (Tursiops truncates)n who haved made this coast their play area.

Dolphins typically seem at a young hour early in the day just when the first beams of the sun ascend not too far off. These amazingly smart creatures will come and swim close boats and cavort around creating a truly fascinatingspectacle of nature. This anazing attraction can be seen from traditional boats called "Jukung" that are offered by many operators or people on shore.

The name Lovina itself is said to be gotten from "Affection" and "Ina" which is Balinese for "mother". Therefore, Lovina means Love for the Motherland or the country. The name Lovina was once banned from being utilized here since it was viewed as outsider, so tourist organizations in the territory utilized alternatived names, for example, Manggala, Krisna, Angsoka,or Nirwana.

However, when tourism to north Bali grewsignificantly, the name Lovina was utilized again since it was less demanding for tourists to recall and was, therefore, supported by tour operators.

The history of Lovina cannot be separated from Anak Agung Panji Tisna who had traveled all finished Asia and Europe. He ended up interested in the lifestyle of the general population in Bombay, India, which drove him toreplicate this in Buleleng. Returning from abroad in 1953, Anak Agung Panji Tisna immediately connected his thoughts and established a hotel called Lovina on his plot of land. The facility featured a 3 room cottage with an ocean side restaurant. After some time, Lovina developed from a straightforward cottage to an extensive tourist destination.

Get There

From Denpasar, capital city of Bali, you can get to Lovina through Bedugul over the mountainous central part of the island, which takes about 2 hours. Alternatively, you can take after the Gilimanuk route of West Bali which will take about 4 hours' drive.

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