Daytrips

Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida (3 dives)

See the Mola Mola (Ocean Sunfish), Manta Ray, or many sea turtles? Drift and Deep Diving is your thing? Then book the amazing Nusa Penida Scuba Diving Day Trip with us. We think you will love this day out with us.

Nusa Penida Manta

Nusa Penida Daytrip

Diving in Nusa Penida offers an incredible underwater experience with its stunning dive sites, diverse marine life, and breathtaking underwater landscapes. Here's what you need to know about diving in Nusa Penida:

  1. Manta Point: Manta Point is one of the most famous dive sites in Nusa Penida. As the name suggests, it's known for its regular encounters with majestic manta rays. Divers can witness these graceful creatures as they glide through the water. The site also features healthy coral reefs and the opportunity to see other marine species such as reef sharks, turtles, and various fish.
  2. Crystal Bay: Crystal Bay is another popular dive site in Nusa Penida, famous for its crystal-clear waters and diverse marine life. It offers excellent visibility and is renowned for its underwater cliffs and vibrant coral reefs. Crystal Bay is also known as a prime spot for seeing the elusive Mola Mola, or sunfish, especially between July and October.
  3. SD Point: SD Point is a beautiful dive site with stunning coral formations and a variety of marine life. It is suitable for divers of all levels, including beginners. Divers can enjoy exploring the vibrant coral gardens and encounter reef sharks, turtles, schools of fish, and occasional manta rays.
  4. Toyapakeh: Toyapakeh is a versatile dive site that offers a combination of reefs, walls, and sloping coral gardens. It boasts impressive marine biodiversity with a range of coral species, colorful reef fish, and the possibility of encounters with larger marine creatures such as reef sharks and turtles.
  5. Currents and Drift Diving: Nusa Penida is known for its strong currents, which make it ideal for drift diving. It's important to have experience or be accompanied by a knowledgeable local dive guide who is familiar with the dive sites and current patterns. Our divecenter offers guided dives to ensure divers' safety and provide the best diving experience.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Price
Nusa Penida
Rp 2.300.000
Tulamben Wreck

Tulamben (2 dives)

Tulamben Wreck

Tulamben Daytrip

Do you love Wreck Diving? Then this is the trip for you. This is one of the most amazing wreck dives in the World. With over 100m length, this well-preserved shipwreck from the 1940s has formed a beautiful artificial reef off the coast of Tulamben.

Tulamben is a popular diving destination located on the northeastern coast of Bali, Indonesia. It is known for its vibrant underwater ecosystem, diverse marine life, and several shipwrecks that attract divers from around the world.

What you need to know about diving in Bali's Tulamben:

  1. USAT Liberty Shipwreck

    The main highlight of diving in Tulamben is the USAT Liberty shipwreck. This 100-meter-wide World War II-era shipwreck is located just a few meters off the shore, making it easily accessible for both beginner and experienced divers. The wreck is covered in colorful corals and home to a wide array of marine species, including schooling fish, barracudas, reef sharks, and even occasional sightings of large bumphead parrotfish.

  2. Dive Sites

    Apart from the USAT Liberty, Tulamben offers other exciting dive sites to explore. The Coral Garden is known for its vibrant coral formations and is an excellent spot for macro photography enthusiasts. The Drop-Off, located adjacent to the shipwreck, features a steep wall covered in soft corals and offers the opportunity to spot various reef fish and turtles. The Batu Kelebit site is known for its underwater statue of the Hindu goddess Ganesha and is another popular spot for underwater photography.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Price
Tulamben
Rp 1.650.000
Padang bai

Padang bai (2 dives)

Padang bai

Padang bai Daytrip

Are you always searching for that frogfish, seamoth, rhinopia, or ghostpipe fish? Try the Padang Bai Scuba Diving Day Trip! However, should you prefer turtles, barracuda, and octopus, then there is plenty here for you, too. This is a diverse, colourful, but ideal dive site for beginners and advanced divers.

Diving in Padang Bai, Bali offers a diverse range of underwater experiences, including vibrant reefs, unique marine life, shipwreck and fascinating dive sites. Here's what you need to know about diving in Padang Bai:

  1. Dive Sites: Padang Bai has several dive sites that cater to divers of different skill levels. Some popular dive sites include:
    • Blue Lagoon: Blue Lagoon is a shallow and sheltered dive site, making it suitable for beginners and snorkelers. It features a sandy bottom with patches of coral, and you can spot a variety of colorful reef fish, moray eels, and occasional turtles.
    • Bias Tugal (also known as "White Sand Beach"): Bias Tugal is a beautiful dive site with a sandy slope, healthy corals, and an abundance of marine life. Divers can encounter reef sharks, turtles, stingrays, and an array of tropical fish.
    • Padang Bai Jetty: The jetty is a popular spot for macro diving. It's home to an assortment of critters, including frogfish, seahorses, nudibranchs, and various shrimp species. The pilings of the jetty are covered in colorful corals and sponges.
  2. Diving Conditions: The diving conditions in Padang Bai are generally favourable. Visibility can vary but is often good, ranging from 15 to 30 meters (50 to 100 feet) depending on the season. Water temperatures average around 27-29°C (81-84°F). Currents can be moderate at some dive sites, especially around Gili Mimpang and Gili Tepekong, so it's important to dive with an experienced guide.
  3. Accessibility: Padang Bai is located on the eastern coast of Bali and is easily accessible by road from popular tourist areas such as Ubud or Seminyak. The journey from Bali's main airport in Denpasar takes approximately 1-2 hours by car.

Diving in Padang Bai offers a mix of beautiful coral reefs, exciting marine encounters, and diverse underwater landscapes. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced diver, Padang Bai provides a memorable diving experience on the enchanting island of Bali.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Price
Padang bai
Rp 1.650.000
Nusa Dua

Nusa dua (2 dives)

Nusa Dua

Nusa dua Daytrip

Diving in Nusa Dua, located on the southeastern coast of Bali, offers a range of dive sites suitable for both beginners and experienced divers. While Nusa Dua is more well-known for its luxurious resorts and white sandy beaches, there are diving opportunities available in the area. Here's some information about diving in Nusa Dua:

  1. Dive Site Features: Nusa Dua offers a mix of coral reefs, walls, and gentle slopes for divers to explore. The dive sites in Nusa Dua are generally shallower compared to other areas in Bali, making them suitable for beginners and those looking for more relaxed dives. The coral formations are diverse, and you can expect to see a variety of hard and soft corals, sponges, and sea fans.
    • Batu besar: Batu besar means big rock in Indonesian language. Around this ‘big rock’ is a beautiful coral garden with impressive colours and big variety of fish. Also, it’s a perfect spot to find Macro like Nudibranch, Ghost pipefish, Seahorse and more. The Dugong, Turtle, Marble ray and even Manta are frequently seen around here.
    • Shipwreck: There is a beautiful unnamed secret shipwreck in Nusa dua that we as ‘SEA Diving Bali’ discovered a couple of years ago. This fishing vessel has a tropical/Caribbean vibe because of the white sandy bottom and blue water conditions. Most of the time there is a group of batfish and big pufferfish circling around the wreck. And almost guaranteed big whitetip reef sharks underneath the wreck. IT’S AN ABSOLUTE MUST SEE!!
    • Statue garden: This is a garden with at least 10 Balinese statues. These statues are giving shelter to many small reef fish and other marine life like sea snakes and blue spotted stingray.
    • Seawalker reef: This dive site is made for sea walking but is perfect for beginning divers. It’s not deeper than 5 meters and because of the metal rails perfect to hold yourself when your buoyancy is not optimal yet. Here you can guarantee meet Nemo and his friends. Perfect dive site for children and not such confident divers.
  2. Marine Life: While not as abundant as some other dive sites in Bali, Nusa Dua still offers opportunities to encounter marine life such as reef fish, turtles, small rays, and frequently sightings of reef sharks, turtles, and big rays. The marine life in Nusa Dua is diverse, but the numbers and variety may not be as extensive as in other popular diving areas of Bali. Also, you have a fair chance of spotting the Dugong (Sea cow) in Nusa dua waters.
  3. Diving Conditions: The diving conditions in Nusa Dua are generally suitable for divers of all levels. Visibility can vary but is often around 10 to 20 meters (30 to 65 feet). Water temperatures average around 27-29°C (81-84°F). The currents are typically mild, providing a comfortable diving experience but can also be quite rough depending on tides and the moon.

It's important to note that while Nusa Dua offers diving opportunities, the marine life and dive sites may not be as well-known or as abundant as in other areas of Bali such as Nusa Penida or Tulamben. If you're seeking more diverse and spectacular diving experiences, exploring other areas of Bali might be recommended. Nonetheless, diving in Nusa Dua can still offer a pleasant and enjoyable underwater experience for those looking to combine leisure with diving during their stay in the area.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Price
Nusa dua
Rp 1.300.000
Sanur

Sanur (2 dives)

Sanur

Sanur Daytrip

This is a fun and ideal dive site for beginner divers. We can very quickly access it without having to drive across the Island to some of the more advanced dive sites. If you love critters and macro diving, this dive site is a great one for you.

Sanur, located on the southeastern coast of Bali, offers several dive sites that are suitable for both beginners and experienced divers. While Sanur is primarily known for its calm waters and beach activities, there are a few dive sites in the area worth exploring. Here are some dive sites near Sanur, Bali:

  1. Jeladi Wilis: Jeladi Wilis is a popular dive site located off the coast of Sanur. It features a sandy bottom with scattered coral formations. Divers can explore the reef, which is home to a variety of marine life, including reef fish, nudibranchs, and occasional sightings of turtles and rays.
  2. Segara Ayu: Segara Ayu is another dive site close to Sanur. It consists of a series of artificial reefs and coral gardens. Divers can discover a variety of marine species, including clownfish, lionfish, angelfish, and many other colorful reef inhabitants.
  3. Tanjung Sari: Tanjung Sari is a dive site situated not far from Sanur. It offers a mix of sandy areas and coral gardens with healthy marine life. Divers can encounter a range of tropical fish, turtles, and occasional sightings of stingrays and moray eels.
  4. Serangan Island: Serangan Island is located near Sanur and is known for its calm and sheltered waters. While it's not a traditional dive site, it offers snorkeling opportunities with sightings of marine life, including colorful fish and even sea turtles.

It's important to note that while these dive sites near Sanur offer diving experiences, they may not be as famous or well-known as those in other parts of Bali, such as Nusa Penida or Tulamben. For a wider range of dive sites and more diverse marine life, exploring other areas of Bali might be recommended.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Price
Sanur
Rp 1.300.000
Amed

Amed (2 dives)

Amed

Amed Daytrip

An amazing dive site for both beginner and experienced divers. We have it all here, whether you like Wall, Coral, Wreck, or Macro. Have we told you about the pyramids of Amed already? or how about the amazing view on Bali’s biggest volcano?

Diving in Amed, Bali offers a fantastic opportunity to explore vibrant coral reefs, encounter diverse marine life, and experience the laid-back charm of this coastal village. Amed is located on the northeastern coast of Bali and is known for its beautiful underwater landscapes. Here's what you need to know about diving in Amed:

  1. Dive Sites: Amed has a range of dive sites suitable for divers of all levels, from beginners to experienced divers. Some popular dive sites include:
    • Amed Wall: Amed Wall is known for its steep, colorful wall covered in soft corals and sea fans. Divers can spot a variety of reef fish, including angelfish, butterflyfish, and triggerfish. The wall is also home to various critters such as nudibranchs, shrimp, and moray eels.
    • Pyramids: The Pyramids is a unique dive site in Amed featuring a series of artificial reef structures shaped like pyramids. These structures provide shelter for a variety of marine life, including schools of fish, nudibranchs, and octopuses. It's a great site for macro photography.
  2. Marine Life: Amed is home to a diverse range of marine life, including reef fish, turtles, moray eels, and various critters. The healthy coral reefs are teeming with colourful marine organisms, offering a vibrant underwater experience.
  3. Dive Conditions: The diving conditions in Amed are generally favourable throughout the year. Visibility can vary but is often good, ranging from 10 to 30 meters (30 to 100 feet) depending on the season. Water temperatures average around 27-29°C (81-84°F). The currents are usually mild, making it suitable for divers of different experience levels.
  4. Accessibility: Amed is located approximately 2 to 3 hours' drive from Bali's main tourist areas, such as Kuta or Ubud.

Diving in Amed offers a combination of beautiful underwater scenery, interesting dive sites, and a relaxed coastal atmosphere. Whether you're exploring the walls, discovering the wreck, or observing the marine life, Amed provides a delightful diving experience on the enchanting island of Bali.

Amed II:

  • Japanese Shipwreck: The Japanese Shipwreck is a World War II-era wreck located close to Amed. It lies at a shallow depth, making it accessible to both divers and snorkelers. The wreck is adorned with corals and inhabited by numerous fish species, making it a popular spot for underwater exploration.
  • Gili Selang: Gili Selang is a small island that offers unique diving experiences. Here's what you need to know about diving at Gili Selang:
    • Location: Gili Selang is situated on the northeast coast of Bali, approximately a one-hour boat ride from Amed. It is a remote and less frequently visited dive site, which adds to its allure.
    • Dive Site Features: Gili Selang is known for its pristine and untouched coral reefs, stunning underwater topography, and strong currents. The dive site features walls, slopes, and ridges covered in vibrant corals, sponges, and sea fans. It offers a diverse range of marine life, including reef sharks, turtles, schools of fish, and various macro critters.
    • Currents and Drift Diving: Gili Selang is known for its strong and unpredictable currents, which can make diving challenging. It is recommended to dive with experienced guides who are familiar with the site and can manage the currents effectively. Due to the currents, Gili Selang is best suited for experienced divers or those comfortable diving in challenging conditions.
    • Marine Life: Divers can encounter reef sharks, including whitetip and blacktip sharks, as well as large schools of jacks, barracudas, and trevallies. The site also offers opportunities to see turtles, nudibranchs, various types of corals, and a plethora of colorful reef fish.
    • Dive Conditions: The dive conditions at Gili Selang can vary, with visibility ranging from 10 to 30 meters (30 to 100 feet) depending on the currents and weather conditions. Water temperatures are generally warm, averaging around 27-29°C (81-84°F).

Diving at Gili Selang offers an adventurous and exhilarating experience with its stunning underwater landscapes and diverse marine life. However, due to the challenging conditions, it is crucial to have the necessary skills and experience or dive with a knowledgeable guide.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Price
Amed
Rp 1.650.000
Bali Gili`s

Bali Gili’s (2 dives)

Bali Gili`s

Bali Gili’s Daytrip

Not to be confused with the backpacker destination off Lombok, Bali has its own Gilis (small Islands in Bahasa). Advanced Divers have an amazing time at Bali’s Gilis. During this Day trip, we can choose between some amazing drift diving, shark caves, and spectacular macro diving. There are 3 different islands; Gili Tepekong, Gili Mimpang, and Gili Biaha.

Diving at Gili Tepekong

offers an exhilarating and adventurous experience for experienced divers. Gili Tepekong is a small island located off the east coast of Bali, near Candidasa. Here's what you need to know about diving at Gili Tepekong:

  1. Dive Site Features: Gili Tepekong is known for its dramatic underwater topography, including walls, canyons, and swim-throughs. The site offers stunning underwater landscapes and a diverse range of marine life. The walls are covered in colorful soft corals, gorgonian fans, and sponges, creating a vibrant and picturesque environment.
  2. Marine Life: Gili Tepekong is home to a rich variety of marine life. Divers can encounter reef sharks, including whitetip and blacktip sharks, as well as turtles, barracudas, and large schools of fish. The site is also known for occasional sightings of mola mola (sunfish) during the right season. Macro enthusiasts can find an array of critters, including nudibranchs, shrimp, and smaller fish species.
  3. Currents and Dive Experience: The diving conditions at Gili Tepekong can be challenging due to the strong and variable currents. As a result, diving at Gili Tepekong is recommended for experienced divers who are comfortable with drift diving and have good buoyancy control.
  4. Accessibility: Gili Tepekong is accessible by boat from Candidasa or Padangbai. The boat journey from Padangbai takes approximately 20-30 minutes.

Please note that diving conditions, visibility, and marine life encounters can vary depending on the season and weather conditions.

GILI MIMPANG

Diving at Gili Mimpang offers a thrilling and adventurous experience for experienced divers. Gili Mimpang, also known as Batu Tiga, is a collection of underwater pinnacles located off the east coast of Bali, near Candidasa. Here's what you need to know about diving at Gili Mimpang:

  1. Dive Site Features: Gili Mimpang is characterized by its unique underwater topography, featuring a series of submerged pinnacles or rocks. These pinnacles create walls, canyons, and swim-throughs, offering divers an exciting and diverse diving experience. The walls are covered in colorful soft corals, sea fans, and sponges, creating a vibrant underwater landscape.
  2. Marine Life: Gili Mimpang is known for its abundant marine life. Divers can encounter reef sharks, including whitetip and blacktip sharks, as well as turtles, schools of jacks, barracudas, and various other fish species. The site is also home to smaller marine creatures such as nudibranchs, shrimps, and moray eels. During the right season, mola mola (sunfish) sightings are also possible.
  3. Currents and Dive Experience: The diving conditions at Gili Mimpang can be challenging due to strong currents, which can change rapidly. Diving at Gili Mimpang is recommended for experienced divers who have good buoyancy control and are comfortable with drift diving.
  4. Accessibility: Gili Mimpang is accessible by boat from Candidasa or Padangbai. The boat journey from Padangbai takes approximately 30 minutes.

As with any dive site, it's important to check local conditions, weather, and diving guidelines before planning your dive at Gili Mimpang.

GILI BIAHA

Diving at Gili Biaha offers an exciting and challenging experience for experienced divers. Gili Biaha is a small rocky island located off the east coast of Bali, near Candidasa. Here's what you need to know about diving at Gili Biaha:

  1. Dive Site Features: Gili Biaha is known for its unique underwater topography, featuring underwater pinnacles, walls, and caves. The site offers a mix of hard and soft corals, as well as colorful sea fans and sponges. The walls and caves provide a stunning backdrop for exploration, and the underwater terrain offers plenty of opportunities for adventurous dives.
  2. Marine Life: Gili Biaha is home to a diverse range of marine life. Divers can encounter reef sharks, including whitetip and blacktip sharks, as well as turtles, schools of jacks, barracudas, and various other fish species. The site is also known for sightings of moray eels, nudibranchs, and other smaller marine creatures. It's important to note that the marine life at Gili Biaha is more abundant compared to the neighboring Gili Mimpang dive site.
  3. Currents and Dive Experience: The diving conditions at Gili Biaha can be challenging due to strong and variable currents. Diving at Gili Biaha is recommended for experienced divers who have good buoyancy control, are comfortable with drift diving, and have experience with diving in more advanced conditions.
  4. Accessibility: Gili Biaha is accessible by boat from Candidasa or Padangbai. The boat journey from Padangbai takes approximately 30 to 40 minutes.

As Gili Biaha is a more challenging dive site, it's essential to assess your skills and experience level before diving there. It's crucial to stay within your training and experience limits and to follow the guidance of our experienced dive professionals. Always check local conditions, weather, and diving guidelines before planning your dive at Gili Biaha.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Bali Gili’s
Rp 1.800.000
Kubu

Kubu (2 dives)

Kubu

Kubu Daytrip

Kubu village is located just a few kilometres from Tulamben. The dives sites are beach entry (black rock volcanic beach) and start in a shallow coral garden then going down along a nice wall. Explore the beautiful Kubu reef, full of interesting hard and soft coral formations which serve as home for rich and very diverse marine life, and have fun at the surprising Boga wreck.

The Boga Shipwreck

also known as the Boga cargo shipwreck, is indeed a dive site in Bali. Here's some information about the Boga shipwreck:

  1. Location: The Boga shipwreck is located off the coast of Tulamben, on the northeast coast of Bali. It is situated near the famous USAT Liberty Shipwreck.
  2. Wreck Description: The Boga was a cargo ship that sank in 2011, intentionally scuttled to create an artificial reef and dive site. The wreck lies at a depth of around 18 to 35 meters (60 to 115 feet). It is a medium-sized ship, measuring about 40 meters (130 feet) in length. The shipwreck is relatively intact and offers opportunities for penetration dives and exploration of its various compartments.
  3. Marine Life: The Boga shipwreck has become an artificial reef, attracting a wide variety of marine life. Divers can encounter schools of fish, including snappers and batfish, as well as lionfish, moray eels, and other reef fish. The wreck is also adorned with vibrant corals, sponges, and hydroids, creating a picturesque backdrop for underwater photography.
  4. Diving Conditions: The Boga shipwreck is suitable for advanced divers due to its depth. It is important to have proper training and experience in wreck penetration if you plan to explore the interior of the wreck. The visibility can vary, but it is often good, ranging from 15 to 30 meters (50 to 100 feet). Water temperatures in Tulamben typically average around 27-29°C (81-84°F).

Diving the Boga shipwreck in Tulamben offers a unique opportunity to explore an artificial reef and witness the transformation of a sunken ship into a thriving marine ecosystem. It's important to dive with a certified dive center or experienced dive guide who is familiar with the site to ensure a safe and enjoyable diving experience.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Price
Kubu
Rp 1.650.000
Menjangan

Menjangan (Min 3 people or in combination with dive safari) 2 dives

Menjangan

Menjangan Daytrip

Diving at Menjangan Island offers a captivating and unique underwater experience in Bali. Menjangan Island is part of the West Bali National Park, located on the northwest coast of Bali. Here's what you need to know about diving at Menjangan Island:

  1. Dive Site Features: Menjangan Island is known for its crystal-clear waters, stunning coral reefs, and abundant marine life. The dive sites around the island offer a combination of walls, slopes, and coral gardens. The coral formations are vibrant and healthy, with an array of hard and soft corals, sea fans, and sponges. The underwater topography features dramatic drop-offs and caverns, providing an awe-inspiring diving environment.
  2. Marine Life: Menjangan Island is home to a diverse range of marine life. Divers can encounter reef fish, including angelfish, butterflyfish, and triggerfish. The area is also known for sightings of larger marine species such as turtles, rays, and occasional reef sharks. Menjangan is particularly famous for its coral gardens, which are teeming with colourful fish species and a variety of macro critters.
  3. Anchor Wreck: One of the highlights of diving at Menjangan Island is the Anchor Wreck, also known as Anker Wreck. This shallow wreck lies close to the shoreline and offers an interesting underwater exploration. The wreck itself is covered in corals and serves as a haven for various fish species and critters.
  4. Diving Conditions: The diving conditions at Menjangan Island are generally calm and suitable for divers of all levels. Visibility is typically excellent, ranging from 20 to 40 meters (65 to 130 feet). The water temperature averages around 27-29°C (81-84°F). The currents are usually mild, making it a comfortable diving environment for most divers.

To reach Menjangan Island, you'll typically need to take a boat from the mainland. The journey takes approximately 20-30 minutes, depending on the departure point. It's important to note that Menjangan Island is part of the West Bali National Park and is subject to certain regulations and entrance fees.

Diving at Menjangan Island provides a truly memorable experience with its breathtaking underwater landscapes, vibrant coral reefs, and diverse marine life. It's recommended to dive with a certified dive center or experienced dive guide who is familiar with the area to ensure a safe and enjoyable diving adventure.

ANCHOR WRECK:

The Anchor Wreck, also known as Anker Wreck, is a popular dive site at Menjangan Island in Bali. Here's more information about diving at the Anchor Wreck:

  1. Location: The Anchor Wreck is located on the northeastern side of Menjangan Island, within the West Bali National Park. Menjangan Island is accessible by boat from the mainland, typically from the nearby villages of Pemuteran or Labuan Lalang.
  2. Wreck Description: The Anchor Wreck is a shallow wreck lying close to the shoreline. It is believed to be a wooden-hulled ship that sank many years ago. Over time, the wreck has become an artificial reef, providing a home for a variety of marine life. The wooden structure is covered in colorful corals, sponges, and sea fans, creating a picturesque backdrop for underwater photography.
  3. Marine Life: The Anchor Wreck is teeming with marine life, attracting a diverse range of fish species and other marine creatures. As you explore the wreck, you may encounter schools of colorful reef fish, such as angelfish, butterflyfish, and anthias. Additionally, you might spot moray eels, lionfish, nudibranchs, and even turtles that frequent the area.
  4. Diving Conditions: The diving conditions at the Anchor Wreck are generally suitable for divers of various experience levels. The wreck is located in relatively shallow waters, typically between 5 to 15 meters (16 to 50 feet) deep. Visibility at Menjangan Island is often excellent, ranging from 20 to 40 meters (65 to 130 feet). The water temperature averages around 27-29°C (81-84°F). The currents are typically mild, making it a comfortable and enjoyable dive.

Diving at the Anchor Wreck at Menjangan Island offers a unique experience to explore an artificial reef and witness the fusion of nature and history. Enjoy exploring the wreck and observing the vibrant marine life that has made it their home. Remember to dive responsibly, respect the marine environment, and follow safe diving practices.

EEL GARDEN:

The Eel Garden is one of the popular dive sites at Menjangan Island in Bali. It is known for its abundance of garden eels that inhabit the sandy seabed. Here's more information about diving at the Eel Garden:

  1. Location: The Eel Garden is located on the northwestern side of Menjangan Island, within the West Bali National Park. Menjangan Island is accessible by boat from the mainland, typically from the nearby villages of Pemuteran or Labuan Lalang.
  2. Dive Site Features: The Eel Garden is a gently sloping sandy area where numerous garden eels reside. These eels pop their heads out of the sand, creating an enchanting sight. The sandy seabed is also home to other marine life, including rays, gobies, and various bottom-dwelling fish.
  3. Marine Life: As the name suggests, the main attraction at the Eel Garden is the garden eels. These small eels, with their elongated bodies, burrow themselves in the sand and sway with the current, creating a captivating spectacle. Divers can observe them from a respectful distance to avoid disturbing their natural behavior. In addition to the eels, the area is also frequented by other marine creatures such as reef fish, sea turtles, and occasionally spotted eagle rays.
  4. Diving Conditions: The Eel Garden is suitable for divers of various experience levels. The visibility at Menjangan Island is generally excellent, often reaching 20 to 40 meters (65 to 130 feet). The water temperature averages around 27-29°C (81-84°F). The currents are typically mild, making it a comfortable and enjoyable dive.

Diving at the Eel Garden at Menjangan Island offers a unique and memorable experience to witness the fascinating behavior of garden eels. Alongside the eels, you'll have the opportunity to explore the beautiful underwater world and encounter other marine life in the area. Enjoy your dive and make sure to respect the marine environment and follow responsible diving practices.

TEMPLE WALL:

The Temple Wall is a popular dive site located at Menjangan Island, part of the West Bali National Park. It is known for its stunning underwater topography, vibrant coral formations, and the presence of an ancient temple structure. Here's more information about diving at the Temple Wall:

  1. Location: The Temple Wall is situated on the northwestern side of Menjangan Island, just off the coast of Bali. Menjangan Island can be reached by boat from the mainland, typically from the nearby villages of Pemuteran or Labuan Lalang.
  2. Dive Site Features: The Temple Wall gets its name from a centuries-old Balinese Hindu temple structure that sits on the edge of a steep underwater wall. The temple structure is covered in coral growth, creating a unique and picturesque diving environment. Divers can explore the wall, which drops down to greater depths, and witness the stunning coral formations, including colorful soft corals, gorgonian fans, and sponges.
  3. Marine Life: The Temple Wall is home to a diverse range of marine life. Divers can encounter an array of reef fish, including butterflyfish, angelfish, and triggerfish, swimming among the corals. Turtles, moray eels, and occasional sightings of reef sharks and rays are also possible. The site is known for its abundance of smaller marine creatures, making it a great spot for macro photography and critter spotting.
  4. Diving Conditions: The diving conditions at the Temple Wall are generally suitable for divers of various experience levels. The visibility at Menjangan Island is often excellent, ranging from 20 to 40 meters (65 to 130 feet). Water temperatures average around 27-29°C (81-84°F). The currents are usually mild, providing a comfortable and enjoyable diving experience.

Diving at the Temple Wall at Menjangan Island offers a unique opportunity to explore a dive site that combines natural beauty with cultural significance. Witnessing the ancient temple structure submerged underwater and surrounded by vibrant marine life creates a captivating and memorable diving experience. Enjoy your dive, respect the marine environment, and follow safe diving practices while exploring the Temple Wall at Menjangan Island.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Menjangan Price List

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Menjangan
Rp 2.700.000
Pemuteran

Pemuteran (Min 3 people or in combination with dive safari) 2 dives

Pemuteran

Pemuteran Daytrip

Pemuteran is located on Bali North’s coast, in a natural area that offers beautiful sceneries and nice beaches. The bay itself is a beautiful garden full of amazing statues and inspiring artificial bio reef structures. Let you guided in the blue water of Pemuteran for an enchanting promenade.

Diving in Pemuteran, located on the northwestern coast of Bali, offers a tranquil and rewarding underwater experience. Pemuteran is known for its conservation efforts and the beautiful dive sites found in the area. Here's what you need to know about diving in Pemuteran:

  1. Bio-Rock Artificial Reef: Pemuteran is renowned for its innovative Bio-Rock project, which aims to restore coral reefs and promote marine conservation. The Bio-Rock artificial reef structures are made of metal frames and submerged in the sea. These structures act as a substrate for coral growth, providing a habitat for various marine species. Diving around the Bio-Rock structures allows you to witness the success of this conservation project.
  2. Biorock Pemuteran House Reef: The Biorock Pemuteran House Reef is located just offshore and is easily accessible for shore dives. This site showcases the progress of the Bio-Rock project, with an array of coral formations and marine life to explore. It is ideal for macro photography and night dives.
  3. Underwater Temple Garden: Pemuteran is also famous for its unique underwater temple garden, called Pura Taman Pemuteran. This artificial reef project features submerged statues and structures that have become encrusted with corals and inhabited by marine life. Diving around the underwater temple garden offers a fascinating and surreal experience.
  4. Diving Conditions: The diving conditions in Pemuteran are generally calm and suitable for divers of all levels. Visibility is usually good, ranging from 15 to 30 meters (50 to 100 feet). Water temperatures average around 27-29°C (81-84°F). The currents are typically mild, making it a comfortable diving environment.

Diving in Pemuteran offers a mix of natural beauty and innovative conservation efforts, providing divers with unique and memorable experiences. Whether you're exploring the vibrant reefs, diving around the Bio-Rock structures, or admiring the underwater temple garden, Pemuteran offers a fantastic diving destination in Bali.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Price
Pemuteran
Rp 2.700.000
Secret bay

Secret bay (Min 3 people or in combination with dive safari) 2 dives

Secret bay

Secret bay Daytrip

Bali Secret Bay, also known as Gilimanuk Bay, is a dive site located on the northwest coast of Bali. It is known for its unique and diverse macro marine life. Here's more information about diving at Bali Secret Bay:

  1. Location: Bali Secret Bay is situated near the town of Gilimanuk, which is the main ferry port connecting Bali and Java. It is about a 3-hour drive from popular tourist areas like Kuta or Seminyak.
  2. Dive Site Features: Bali Secret Bay is a muck diving site, characterized by a sandy bottom with patches of seagrass and small patches of coral. The site is known for its incredible variety of macro marine life that thrives in this environment. Divers can explore the sand and search for various critters and rare species that are well camouflaged and typically found in muck or sandy habitats.
  3. Marine Life: Bali Secret Bay is renowned for its abundant macro marine life. Divers can spot a wide range of critters such as seahorses, frogfish, ghost pipefish, nudibranchs, shrimps, crabs, and various types of octopus. The area is also known for its rare and elusive species like the mimic octopus and wonderpus.
  4. Diving Conditions: The diving conditions at Bali Secret Bay are generally calm with mild currents, making it suitable for divers of various experience levels. The visibility can vary, typically ranging from 5 to 15 meters (16 to 50 feet). Water temperatures average around 27-29°C (81-84°F).

It's important to note that Bali Secret Bay is a lesser-known dive site and may not have the same infrastructure or facilities as more popular dive destinations in Bali. However, if you're interested in macro photography and exploring the fascinating world of small marine life, diving at Bali Secret Bay can offer a unique and rewarding experience.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Secret bay Price List

Price
Secret bay
Rp 2.700.000
Puri Jati

Puri Jati (Min 3 people or in combination with dive safari) 2 dives

Puri Jati

Puri Jati Daytrip

Diving at Puri Jati, also known as Puri Jati Secret Bay or PJ, is a popular dive site located on the north coast of Bali. It is known for its excellent macro diving opportunities and the chance to see rare and unusual marine species. Here's more information about diving at Puri Jati:

  1. Location: Puri Jati is situated near the fishing village of Pemuteran, approximately a 3-hour drive from popular tourist areas like Kuta or Seminyak. It is located on the northwest coast of Bali, not far from Gilimanuk.
  2. Dive Site Features: Puri Jati is a muck diving and macro photography paradise. The site features a sandy bottom with patches of seagrass and small coral formations. It is known for its rich biodiversity and the abundance of critters that thrive in the muck environment. The sandy seabed hides a variety of small marine creatures that are well camouflaged and sought after by underwater photographers.
  3. Marine Life: Puri Jati is famous for its extraordinary macro marine life. Divers can encounter a wide range of critters, including seahorses, frogfish, ghost pipefish, nudibranchs, shrimps, crabs, and various types of octopus. The area is also known for rare finds like the mimic octopus, wonderpus, and other fascinating and elusive species.
  4. Diving Conditions: The diving conditions at Puri Jati are generally calm, with mild to no currents, making it suitable for divers of various experience levels. The visibility can vary, typically ranging from 5 to 15 meters (16 to 50 feet). Water temperatures average around 27-29°C (81-84°F).

Puri Jati is a hidden gem for macro diving enthusiasts and underwater photographers. Its rich biodiversity and the opportunity to encounter rare and unusual marine species make it an exciting and rewarding dive site. If you appreciate the intricate beauty of the small creatures that inhabit the underwater world, diving at Puri Jati is a must-do experience in Bali.

Included in the Diving Package

  • Transport over land and sea
  • Lunch and snacks
  • Water and soft drinks
  • Professional Dive Guide
  • DAN insurance
  • 12lt tanks (O2 21%) and weights
  • Tax and porters
  • Free photos and videos
  • Big smile from ear to ear 😊
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Puri Jati Price List

Price
Puri Jati
Rp 2.700.000
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