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What you can expect?
Bali is not only surrounded by many dive sites but also offers outstanding variation between sites too. The waters are usually kept very clear by the currents, with Crystal Bay on Nusa Penida maintaining visibility of over 150 feet (45 m) on a good day. Monster manta rays and the largest bony fish species on the planet, the sunfish (also known as Mola mola) can be seen throughout the year in many of Bali’s dive sites. Even whalesharks have been spotted at Mangrove, located on Nusa Lembongan and a favourite of local divers.
Dive Sites Of Bali
Situated on the east coast of Bali, Tulamben Bay plays host to some of the most famous dive sites in Indonesia, namely the wreck of USAT Liberty. The stunning bay, lined with black cliffs, is also where you will find one of the best muck dives in Bali, Seraya Secret. This fairly recently discovered site holds an abundance of small species, including some very rare specimens such as the pygmy seahorse and the ghost pipefish, perfect for the avid macro photographer and those with an appreciation for small critters. Mimic octopus, harlequin shrimp and the strikingly patterned zebra crab can also be found here. Tulamben Bay is also popular for its wall dive at the Drop Off. Fantastic visibility and moderate currents provide an exhilarating drift dive along spectacular rocky features that create overhangs, harbouring many interesting species.
The sheer density of life around the Liberty Ship Wreck is probably higher than at any other site along Tulamben Bay. USAT Liberty lies at a depth ranging from 25 to 100 feet (8 to 30 m), allowing even Open Water certified divers to get a very good view of this magnificent wreck. Now enveloped in a variety of hard and soft corals, she is frequented by several pelagic species including blacktip reef sharks and oceanic whitetip sharks, giant trevallies and barracuda. Schooling fish sometimes enjoy following you as you make your way through the wreck, while inquisitive garden eels poke their heads through the sandy patches found around the site.
Nusa Lembongan is one of three islands to the south east of Bali, only around 30 minutes away by ferry. Currents here tend to be slightly less than Bali or Nusa Penida, and perhaps give beginner divers more options in terms of sites.
Nusa Lembongan is one of three islands to the south east of Bali, only around 30 minutes away by ferry. Currents here tend to be slightly less than Bali or Nusa Penida, and perhaps give beginner divers more options in terms of sites. Lembongan Bay is a stunning shallow site, with a maximum depth of 40 feet (12 m). Outcrops of sweeping table corals sit at the foot of large coral bommies. Banded shrimp, ghost pipefish, porcelain crabs and emperor angelfish are just a handful of the species that can be found here.
Nusa Penida is home to some very important sites, including Manta Point. This site is known as a cleaning station and is where enormous manta rays come to be rid of their parasites and cleaned by certain species of fish, usually cleaner wrasse. In return, the wrasse gain an easy meal. Marble rays, as well as several species of shark, including nurse sharks, are very often seen here as well. The dive site SD is also popular on account of the excellent state of health the reef is in. Gigantic coral bommies create elaborate structures that provide security to many species of fish and invertebrates, while the banded sea snake glides in between the fields of branching corals.
Whilst Bali has fantastic diving in its own right, most Indonesian liveaboards departing from Bali will head towards dive areas such as Komodo National Parkor Lombok which offers divers excellent liveaboard itineraries.
Curiosity and sense of take a challenge is a basic of human interest. Fulfill the desire to explore the nature will develop your sense as a real adventurers. Exploring the 70% of earth and see the beauty of the underwater world is the largest dream of real adventurers.
Bali known among foreigners and tourists because of their hospitality and heritage cultures and have been supported by people who dedicated their life to balancing every part of nature. Bali also known among the divers because of their beautiful underwater world and they have many site for scuba diving.
Nusa dua is one of dive site in Bali. There are beautiful barrier reef is extremely accessible to most visitors due to its location and depth. The warm tranquil waters play host to numerous plant and marine life. With closed locations from our office, only 5 minutes by boat to the dive spot. This site is perfect for all divers and snorkelers with depths ranging from 5-16 meters and visibility of 10-20 meters
Manta Point Nusa Penida
Nusa Penida is just fantastic! It offers incredible dive sites where you have great chances to see the famous and rare Mola – Mola also called Oceanic Sunfish and the majestic Manta Rays that will grow up to 6m in size, which is huge, and some of the most amazing drift dives in Indonesia, Nusa penida although very popular for Scuba Diving it’s also offers amazing experiences for snorkeling. The best period to spot it is from August to October.
In Manta Point there are two cleaning stations and this is where the Manta Ray will come to be cleaned, it’s also means that you will get to see them, the Manta Rays will come up to the surface or around 5m deep from the surface and because the visibility is always good here, you will be sure to see these majestic fish.
Some days you may see only a single Manta Ray and other days you may see more than 10 at a time. Once we have played with the Manta Rays, we can head to Crystal Bay for a chance to see a oceanic sunfish (Mola – Mola) if they come up to the surface, or head up to the north of the island for the chance to witness the edge of the coral triangle at its best and see some stunning and beautiful soft and hard coral formations.
The main reason that scuba divers travel the world to get to Tulamben is the USAT Liberty Shipwreck, lying just 40 meters from the beach and certainly the most accessible World War II shipwreck that you are likely to dive
A combination of torpedoes and a volcanic eruption have caused this great ship to sit in shallow waters. The top sits in just 5 meters and the rest drops away to around 30 meters meaning all levels of diver can experience parts of this wreck, which is festooned with healthy corals, sea fans and great barrel sponges
With an easy shore entry, calm conditions and good visibility, the Tulamben Shipwreck is en excellent dive site for those trying scuba diving for the first time as well as for more experienced divers.
If you are a beginner diver it is a unique opportunity to scuba dive a world class wreck dive site. If you are an experienced diver try to go further to the deeper part of the wreck around 35 m deep and look at the wonderful bow gun covered with Coral. It is a great photo opportunity! Moreover for macro lovers you can also find the rare pygmy seahorse in the area.
All over the wreck you will spot schooling fishes, trevallies and barracudas looking for their next meal and Blacktip Reef Sharks patrolling the area. On the sandy part, watch the garden Eels dance and try to spot the giant Sweetlips often there.
Menjangan Island is part of West Bali National Park. Due to its remote location, scuba divers often overlook it. With continuous conservation efforts for almost a century, its coral ecosystem thrives. Menjangan Island is an internationally recognized dive location, famous for its unbelievable visibility of up to 50m/164ft and great wall-diving opportunities. Menjangan’s walls that start at 10m/32ft deep and plunge to the deepest of 60m/196ft, are covered all the way with beautiful coral growth, large sponges and gorgonian fans. There are many crevices, overhangs, nooks and crannies on the walls that provide hiding places for amazing little creatures and a wide variety of small reef fish. Being protected from the cold currents, Menjangan does not offer regular encounters with big pelagic species, but it is a wonderful place for enjoying beautiful sponges and the largest diversity of gorgonians in Bali. Due to the varying depths and the absence of currents, Menjangan can suit divers of all levels of experience and is also an excellent place for snorkeling. There is a variety of interesting dive sites around Menjangan island, and among them are Eel Garden, Anker Wreck, Bat Cave, Temple Wall, Pos 1 and Pos 2 dive sites.
Padang bai is small fishing village located at karang asem and also one of the best dive site around Bali. There are several very good diving sites just a few minutes away from the main beach. Most of them are perfect for beginners or for diving courses. But of course we have also more challenging diving sites for experienced divers.
Padang bai is one of a diving jewel in Bali. Currents on those dive spots are very attractive for white and black tip reef sharks, various rays, lots of Pelagic fish and big schools of red tooth trigger fish and jack fish. You also can find there leaf scorpion fish, ghost pipefish, pygmy sea horses, many rare nudibranchs, frogfish, the famous Spanish dancer and the very rare Cat Shark and Wobbegong sharks! And all that in shallow and calm water!
Try to dive The Ferry Channel just 200 meters from the main beach and you will be amazed by the rich marine life! If you are lucky enough, this is also one of the places where you can spot the world famous Mola Mola, the oceanic sunfish!
It is a really sought after destination for macro lovers and underwater photographers and divers. They will be delighted by wonderful diving in the Blue Lagoon. and any scuba diver who comes to this small fishing village will never leave disappointed
Nusa Lembongan is Bali’s little neighbor sitting across the Badung Strait and represents, for many, Bali’s top diving destination. Lembongan Island is a smaller more laid-back version of Bali. You don’t need to worry about traffic jams or thronged, narrow streets here. Instead you can get a feel for how Bali was decades ago, with a relaxed, easy atmosphere, making it the perfect holiday destination to unwind. There are many reasons to stay in Lembongan and dive the surrounding area. These include fields of pristine coral, manta rays and beautiful drift dives, but the main drawcard is the chance to dive with mola mola.
The dive site is located in front of the Mangrove between Nusa Lembongan and Ceningan. The Mangrove plays a crucial part in the local ecosystem and provides plenty of nutrients to one of the healthiest coral reefs in whole Nusa Penida. A gentle descending slope, between 10-25 meters deep, is completely covered by all types of coral and is home for an amazing diversity of marine life. As you drift along the reef, an extraordinary underwater show will unfold with plenty of marine life action going on. Good luck keeping up with it all! Mangrove dive site is suitable for all levels of certification and its one of the best snorkeling spots in whole Nusa Penida region.
In season, meaning July to September, you can dive with the amazing sunfish at various sites around Nusa Penida and Lembongan. Coming close to these big, weird-looking creatures is something you won’t forget.
Amed Dive Sites: A Little Known Treasure. Amed has remained a small village in the northeast coastal region of Bali, with dry volcanic rock ridges along its coastline. It is about 10 km south of Tulamben Bay, at Culik regency; there is cemeluk Bay with black volcanic sandy beach The Amed dive sites actually stretch along the coast from Amed village (muck site) to Jemeluk and Bunutan, and beyond to Lipah Bay (“Japanese Wreck” site).
Beyond this bay further east some more diving points Bunutan Reef and Lipah Reef, Bali’s eastern most point. Diving Amed is amazing, not many people go there for diving which is a shame as its as beautiful as the other diving locations in Bali, like Tulamben and Padang Bai, Diving Amed is a easy dive site for all levels and ages. when Diving Amed you can either dive from the shore or jump on a small junkung and about 5-10 minutes be at the other beautiful dive sites.
It is not only divers who can experience the amazing underwater life here – walk just a few meters off the shore with your snorkel and flippers and you’ll feel like you have walked into the film set of Finding Nemo – there are beautiful, bright, colourful fish and all sorts of rich marine life to discover. And what’s surprising is that the vibrant coral is so close to the shoreline (you can easily spend a whole day here).
Additional charge for Pick-up and Drop-off (Optional)
*Pick-up and Drop-off Area
Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Sanur, Jimbaran, Canggu, Kerobokan, Nusa Dua, Denpasar, Ubud Area : 12.5 USD
Lovina, Amed, Tulamben, Candidasa Area : 25 USD
CANCELLATION POLICY :
If you cancel at least before 5 days from the activity date, we will provide 80% refund of the price paid at booking.
If you cancel 2 days before the date of the activity, we will provide 20% refund of the price paid at booking.