Lovina Beach is located in the village of Kalibukbuk, Buleleng district, Buleleng regency, Bali, exactly about 10 km west of Singaraja. To get to Lovina Beach, I took the route through Kediri - Mengwi - Tabanan - Sangeh - Bedugul (Bratan Lake - Lake Buyan) - Singaraja. I also passed Gitgit Waterfall tourist area. Up in the Lovina Beach in the afternoon gave me one of the incredible views. Yes, I was presented with a beautiful sunset was beautiful.
To be able to see the attraction of dolphins live in the sea off the coast of Lovina, you were staying in Denpasar have to leave at 3 am. I choose to stay for one night in Lovina, because dolphin hunting will begin in the morning from 6 am until 8 am local time, when the sun will rise. Around 5:30 pm, I along with other tourists had gathered on the beach. The dolphins in the waters of Lovina we can find when we are at a distance of about 1-2 km from the shoreline. Travelling here using a fishing boat that had been prepared for this dolphin search and carry a maximum of four passengers. Lovina Beach waters are relatively calm making this trip to be safe, although service providers still recommend to use a lifejacket during the trip. By paying RP 75.000/person, we can see the attraction of animals is man's best friend. During the trip, we can see the natural beauty of Lovina is decorated sun began to wake from sleep.
To see my Cheap hotels in Lovina list, you can see my previous post.