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Toya Pakeh harbor is a ferry port located on the northwest coast of the island Nusa Penida, Toya Pakeh harbor is sometimes also referred to as Banjar Nyuh. It is the main port on Nusa Penida island for ferry services from Bali to Nusa Penida and a perfect starting point to embark on other adventures such as taking a ferry to the Gili Islands. Additionally, there are many tourism services in Toya Pakeh harbor, restaurants, car, and motorbike rental services, and water sport activities.
The Toya Pakeh ferry port is served by a number of ferry routes with crossings from Sanur, Serangan, Padang Bai, and the Gili Islands. With a great selection of up to 30 sailings weekly, the port of Toya Pakeh connects Bali with Nusa Penida.
Sailing durations range from 30 minutes from Sanur to 45 minutes on the Padang Bai route.
Although there is a brief summary on this page, as sailing information can vary based on time of year we’d advise you to get live sailing times and prices in our Nusa Penida (Toyapakeh) fare search by using the search box above.
Your first encounter with Nusa Penida island will most likely be at Toyapakeh harbor because it is the arrival port for the majority of speed boat operators departing from Bali. Between the port and the large jetty where the ferryboats dock, the fast boats frequently arrive (called Banjar Nyuh). Long lines of trucks can be seen waiting for the ferryboat to arrive on this jetty. This is where all building materials for Nusa Penida's construction projects arrive. The little harbor serves as a departure point for snorkeling tours and boat trips to the islands of Nusa Lembongan and Gili.