Bali Scuba Diving

Diving in Bali offers a thriving and vibrant underwater world with some excellent dive sites.The warm waters are abundant with extensive coral reefs and magnificent marine life with sharks, turtles and manta rays. Spectacular dives include drop off walls, wreck diving and drift diving. Dive centres operate from all the main resort areas offering both daytrips and PADI certificate courses. During the rainy season, diving may not be at its best as storms reduce visibility.

Bali's great dive spots are around Nusa Lembongan, Sanur, Amed, Gili Tepekong, Menjangan Island and Tulamben. If you prefer not to get wet, why not take a submarine safari from around Kuta-Legian.

Nusa Lembongan & Nusa Penida Island
Dive locations around Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida are accessed from Sanur. The wide variety of dive sites include coral walls, drift dives in currents rating up to 4 plus knots. Notable dive sites here are Gamar Bay, Crystal Bay, Blue Corner, Toyapakeh, Cheningan Wall, Manta Point and Lembongan Bay.

Diving in Sanur & Nusa Dua
Sanur and Nusa Dua's popular beach area also has the added bonus of an extensive barrier reef that stretches all along the beachfront. Diving is easy and relaxing with a depth range of between 6-40 feet revealing an exotic garden teeming with colorful fish against a backdrop of soft and hard corals.

Diving in Amed

This site is perfect for divers of all skill levels, from the novice to the experienced. Just two hours from Kuta-Legian on the eastern coastline, north of Padang Bai, Amed is famous as one of Bali's premier dive sites. Visibility is good ranging from 15-25 metres. Expect to see gorgonian fans, colourful soft corals plus rays, sharks and other big fish!

Diving in Gili Tepekong
Gili Tepekong is approximately an hour and a half by boat from Kuta-Legian's eastern coastline. The best dive sites are at a depth of 18 metres and above, due mainly to the unusually cold temperature. As the currents can get unpredictable and change often during a dive, this site is recommended for experienced divers only. There is a large variety of fish, silent reef sharks and an assortment of rays.

Menjangan Island National Park

Dive sites at Menjangan Island are actually part of a natural protected reserve. Situated in the northeastern tip of Bali, the Menjangan Island National Park offers a superb 130 feet drop-off and boasts elegant gorgonian sea fans, secret underwater cave passages, and the ultimate resting place of the "Angker" - a compelling wreck. Visibility up to 100 feet!

Wreck Diving in Bali
Magnetic Tulamben offers a splendid wreck dive in the "Liberty" a US Cargo ship sunk during World War II. The "Liberty" lies submerged in a hundred feet of water, encrusted with anemone, gorgonian fans, coral sponges and other marine life. Tulamben is a favourite with marine biologists, underwater photographers and divers.

Bali Submarine Safaris
You can enter the fantastic underwater world without even getting wet with the novel submarine safaris. This submarine tours about 60 feet below the surface south of Nusa Dua so landlubbers can get a glimpse of the amazing undersea world.

The small submarine carries about 25 guests who have the opportunity to see and photograph the reef and marine creatures through the submarine's large port holes. Submarine safaris leave daily from the Beluga Marina, in Tanjung Benoa, for 90 minutes of submerged pleasure.
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