Kusamba, Salt Making Traditional Kusamba is a village famous for its salt that is making traditional salt-making. Row boat with cardik (outrigger) adorn colorful black sand of this fishing village, opposite the Nusa Penida, an island in the south island of Bali which is only inhabited by a population of about 40,000 people. In addition to fishing and maintaining seed shrimp, fishermen twice a day to deliver rice, beans, fruits, for Nusa Penida, across the barren island of Bali. Even the sand and gravel were transported in sacks to ferried to the island opposite the island of Bali. Fishermen from Kusamba with big boat with a group of five people can lead to as much as 1.5 tons of cargo to Nusa Penida. In addition crossings can also reach Nusa Lembongan, a small island adjacent to the Nusa Penida. In addition, this boat also can deliver passengers who want to enjoy the coral reefs and white sandy beaches across the island of Bali. Segara Beach in Kusamba particularly attractive in terms of ritual activity. On the beach is often done in a series of activities nganyut cremation ceremony. As well as around the coast there are also a fish market and fish pemindangan activities. Tourists who visit here probably can see the fish market activity and pemindangan which usually lasts between 10 am and 4 pm. Strait between Bali and Nusa Penida is heavily populated fish and when the sea was calm, then the white screen adorned sea fishing boats scattered around the coast Kusamba. On the west coast, especially beaches Banjar Batur and its environs, was found about 40 families of traditional fishermen in the manufacture of salt. If the weather is good, more or less in a single day of the coastal residents can make as much as 30-45 kg of salt which is then sold kesekitar Kusamba, among others Klungkung. According to one of the makers of salt, salt with the best quality can also be exported to foreign countries such as Japan. Tourists can reach Kusamba from Denpasar in travel time of approximately one half hour.