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The Serene Pemuteran Beach

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The Serene Pemuteran Beach

Posted on 3 September 2012

Far from all the hustle and bustle of Bali’s vibrant southern coast, peace and tranquility welcome all to the secluded beaches and captivating hilly background of the coastal Village of Pemuteran at the north western coast of Bali. Located in the sub district of Gerokgak,in the  Buleleng Regency, the village of Pemuteran is only 20 minutes’ drive away from Lovina Beach, just at the outskirt s of West Bali National Park. The coastal area of Pemuteran is also the jumping off point to a diving adventure around the Menjangan Island.

With its gleaming black volcanic sandy beaches complemented with sheltering coconut and palm trees and backed by enchanting sceneries of green hills, Pemuteran is a perfect illustration of Balinese philosophy on energy “Nyegara Gunung” (The fusion of energy between the mountains and the sea). The serenity of this place radiates a certain spiritual ambience, making it a perfect place for meditation or just to immerse in the indulgence of nature. While peace and tranquility are found on the shores, wonders await below the surface. The Pemuteran area is unique because no other part of Bali has such large areas of shallow reefs, and these are accessible to divers and snorkelers because the region lacks the extremely strong currents and waves that characterize other coastal areas of Bali.

With all the fascinating wonders that lie beneath the surface, and the tranquility surrounding its shores, it may not be a coincidence that the Word “Pemuteran” means the turning point or a place to come back to. Because once you set foot here, you’ll definitely want to come back over and over again.

Photo by Andi Abdul Muhaimin/www.indonesia.travel