Nusa Dua is a secluded and exclusive gated compound that was built in the 1970s . Best known for its five star resorts, Nusa Dua is located at Bukit Peninsula, in the southern part of Bali. The term "Nusa Dua" means "two islands". Water Blow is a blowhole located to the left of Peninsular Island, where two huge statues of Lord Krishna and Arjuna are located. As visitors reach the end of the wooden walkway, they can witness spectacular large waves from the Indian Ocean gushing out from jagged limestone edges. However, as a safety precaution, visitors are advised to remain within the circular cement stage, which is bordered by guardrails, as the waves spray out from the blowhole in great force. Other attractions in this locale include Geger Beach, Pacific Museum, Turtle Island and the Bali Golf and Country Club.
In this Learning Experience, you will learn how constructive waves and destructive waves play an important role in shaping and transforming beautiful coastal landforms. This Learning Experience is suitable for learners Year 3 and above. Note: The reflection phase will take place under Point B.