1. By Local Taxi


One of the most preferred ways of travelling between Kuta and Nusa Dua is to hire a taxi. You can hail a cab from almost anywhere in Kuta.

There are numerous taxi groups operating in Bali, but the Bluebird Taxi Group is usually the most popular. Look for the Bluebird sign above the front windshield or a sign of  a bird on the car doors.

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Fare: The average taxi fare from Kuta to Nusa Dua is about US$7.50-$10 (IDR 108,000-145,000, or Rs 520-700).You can also book a cab by phone for a minimum fare of US$2.7 (IDR 40,000, or Rs 350).

Remember: As soon as you hail a cab, remind them to put the meter on. Many drivers will try to negotiate a fee without putting the meter on to fleece tourists and first-time visitors. You can politely refuse them.


2. By GrabCar


GrabCar is an app-based transport service that operates similarly to Uber, and is quite popular in South-East Asia. They  almost everywhere in Bali for almost half the fare of local taxis. You can download the app and book taxis based on the vehicle and driver details.

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Fare: The average GrabCar fare from Kuta to Nusa Dua is about US$4.5 (IDR 62,000, or Rs 300).


3. By Private Car


Private car services are convenient for families and large groups, or if you have a full day of sightseeing planned. BaliCab, Klook and Viator offer private taxis on an 8-hour basis, with a driver who can also act as a guide. These cars operate in almost every area of Bali. You can directly book a cab on their websites.

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Fare: The average daily fare is usually US$10 (IDR 145,000, or Rs 700) per person for groups of 6 or more, and US$30 (IDR 435,000, or Rs 2,100) per person for a couple.


Experience the Best of Nusa Dua


People flock to Nusa Dua for its luxury hotels and resorts and relaxing spas. Quiet and secluded, Nusa Dua is perfect for a family getaway, owing to fewer crowds, less traffic and calm beaches.

Nusa Dua, Geger and Pandawa beaches attract crowds from everywhere in Bali, but they still rank among the less crowded beaches of the island. You can also make a quick pitstop to Geger temple for its panoramic view.It is best to get around Nusa Dua on bicycles or on foot, but you can also hail Bluebird taxis within the area.