/// Bali Diving Trips

/// Discover the best spots for diving around Bali Mainland


We offer a variety of Bali diving trips and safaris to excellent diving spots around Bali’s mainland. From muck dives in Pagang Bai and Amed, to USAT Liberty wreck in Tulamben and the Marine Park in Menjangan Island. There is something special to discover for everyone.


Candidasa

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Candidasa is a little sea side town on the eastern coast of Bali. Just off the coast of Candidasa are the two little islands of Gili Tepekong and Gili Mimpang. Diving around these islands make for some challenging current divers who are a little more experienced. Along with the strong currents you have a lot of sea life flocking around these islands, white tip reef sharks, barracuda, turtles are some of the few things that you can spot here. Between Candidasa and Padang Bai there are a few walls and a lot of muck to dive. Click here for more info.

Padang bai

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Paging Bai is a little sea side town on the eastern coast of Bali in the same area as Candidasa. It is one of the most popular sites for muck diving in Bali with the the Padang Bai Jetty being our favorite along with Jepun, you can spot a number of the resident Giant frog fish along with a number of different types on pipe fish, Pegasus sea moths and other critters. Other dive sites off Pabang Bai offer some lovely Muck dives along with a couple of reef dives as well. Click here for more info.

Day trips to Candidasa & Padang Bai are a 1 hour drive away from our dive center in Sanur.
After picking you up at your resort we leave the Dive center at 7:30am to get to Padang Bai or Candidasa where we take a jukung (local Balinese boat) to the divesites.
We do two dives after which we return to shore for lunch and then head back to Sanur from where you will have a drop back to your resort.
 

Penida, Ceningan & Lembongan

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Nusa Penida, Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Lembongan are three beautiful islands located off the East coast of Bali which have some stunningly beautiful divesites around them. The two most famous being Manta Point which is a cleaning station and almost always has a few mantas coming in for a clean and the second being Crystal Bay which during the months of July to November you have a high chance of seeing Mola Mola also known as Sunfish which rise up from the deep also to be cleaned by reef fish. Click here for more info.

Menjangan Island

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Mini dive safari as it takes 4-5 hours to reach. To the north-west of Bali is the little island of Menganjan which offers some amazing wall and reef dives. Menjangan is inside the National Bali Barat Park and its reefs are bursting with life be it the small little angel fish or the magnificient manta rays seen at certain points in the year. Menjangan has some of the best Visibility often reaching 50+m.

Amed

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Amed is comprised of a number of little villages which when put together have some amazing divesites between them, these sites range from some imposing walls to some great muck dives and they even have a little shipwreck known as Japanese Wreck. Another site is the Amed wall which has some great current diving along with a bit of a drift dive with a lot of reef life like black tip sharks, rays, variety of reef fish and so on, also the pyramid reef is a great drift dive which has a number of artificially created reefs which attracts tones of fish life. Click here for more info.

Tulamben

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Tulamben is located on the north east coast of bali and offers different dives in the same location. Tulamben is home to the famous USAT Liberty wreck which is a wreck dive for every diver level since the wreck starts at about 5mts and goes down to 30+mts, Also at this location are two other sites namely Coral Garden and Drop-off, all these sites are great for both macro and also for seeing larger fish like travelli and snappers along with the few turtles that frequently visit the wreck. Click here for more info.

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