From muck dives in Padang Bai and Amed, to USAT Liberty wreck in Tulamben and the Marine Park in Menjangan Island.
Tulamben is located on the north east coast of bali and is home to the famous USAT Liberty wreck, a wreck dive for every diver level since the wreck starts at about 5mts and goes down to 30+mts. There are also other sites such as that are great for both macro and for larger fish like trevally and snappers along with the few turtles that frequently visit the wreck. Click here for more info.
Amed is comprised of a number of little villages which offer some amazing divesites. There are some imposing walls that offer some great drift diving with a lot of reef life like black tip sharks, rays and a large variety of reef fish. There is also some great muck dives and even a little shipwreck known as Japanese Wreck. Click here for more info.
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 almost always has a few mantas coming in for a clean, and Crystal Bay, which during the months of July to November you have a high chance of seeing Mola Mola/Sunfish. Click here for more info.
To the north-west of Bali is Menganjan Island which offers some amazing wall and reef dives. Inside the National Bali Barat Park, its reefs are bursting with life from small little angel fish to magnificient manta rays seen at certain points in the year. It also has some of the best visibility in Bali, often reaching 50+m. Note that this is 4-5 hours by car therefore we offer it as a mini dive safari with an overnight stay. Please contact us for more details.
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 that offer some challenging dives for the experienced divers. 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. Click here for more info.
Padang 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 where you can spot a number of the resident Giant frog fish, pipe fish, Pegasus sea moths and other critters. Other dive sites off Padang Bai offer some lovely Muck dives along with some walls and reef dives as well. Click here for more info.
Our dive center in sanur, bali mainland
Learn to dive in our pool
comfortable vans used for day-trips/safaris
Staying in Sanur / Kuta / Seminyak / Legian?
- All dive trips include hotel pickup 7-7.30am (Sanur, Kuta, Seminyak & Legian areas), guide, transport to/from dive sites, lunch, drinking water, snacks & fruit, all local entrance / porter fees
- 3rd day-dives available on all trips, but for Amed & Tulamben we recommend leaving at 5am
- Snorkeling, Discover Scuba Diving and PADI Open Water Courses available, contact us for more details.
What is the dive service like?
Our Two Fish dive service includes:
- Small groups of no more than four guests per dive guide
- Dive groups are organised according to air consumption and dive experience
- Expert dive guides who have done thousands of dives, and are PADI Rescue Diver trained
- Oxygen and first aid on every dive boat
- English speaking friendly crew and dive guides
- Long dives – we just ask you to surface after 75mins or on 40bar
- All our dive guides are trained to assist photographers, spotting amazing critters and helping with carrying accessories
- Wash and store service – all dive gear is loaded onto boats in the morning, and removed and washed after your diving, so all you need to do is DIVE
How do I get there?
Click on the map for more info on all our locations and maps.
Our dive centre in Sanur is just 30 minutes drive from Bali’s main airport – Denpasar (DPS), and there are many daily flights from other cities in Indonesia if you are visiting other areas on your trip. If you are flying internationally, then there are many options such as Emirates, Singapore Airlines/Silk Air, Malaysia Airlines, British Airways, KLM, Cathay Pacific. If you’re flying in from another Asian hub then check out budget flights with Air Asia, Jetstar and Tiger Airways.
What is the accommodation like?
There are hundreds, if not thousands of places to stay in Bali, ranging from homestays to international five-star resorts and villas! But don’t worry – to help you out we’ve made a selection of hotels and villas in Sanur, which is the resort closest to our dive centre and will reduce your travel time each day compared with staying in somewhere like Seminyak for example. We’ve selected a budget, mid-range and high-end hotel as well as a great villa complex ideal for families and groups. Please contact us for more details.
IS BALI GOOD FOR MY NON-DIVING PARTNER OR FAMILY?
Absolutely! There are plenty of things to keep them occupied, and we can be flexible with your dive itinerary so that you can enjoy days with them and some diving days. If they are happy to be I the water then why not bring them along for a snorkelling day or even try a Discover Scuba Dive? We can also recommend which hotels are best for families.
Indonesia Dive Safari
As we have dive resorts in 5 locations around Indonesia, visiting us means that you can book a Dive Safari of more than one dive location with the same operator in one holiday.
You can add a few days to dive Nusa Lembongan, another world-class dive-destination that is only 30 minutes by boat from Bali
You can add-on some diving in Lombok, its only a 40-min boat ride from Amed.
What else is there to do?
There is much more to Bali than diving, so if you want to see some more of the island there are plenty of options to enjoy. We can arrange a driver for any trips you may like to go on.
- Visit Ubud, the cultural centre of Bali, surrounded by stunning rice paddies and home to the famous Monkey Forest
- See some of Bali’s many beautiful temples
- Climb Mount Agung Volcano for one of the greatest sunrises you’ll ever see
- Go surfing on the West coast
Contact us about Bali Day Trips
how do i book?
Complete the form with your dates and any other requests, and we will reply back within 24 hours with availability and prices.
When you are happy to book, we will ask for a deposit to hold your booking.
If you have any other queries you may find the answer on our FAQ page.
Already in Bali?
If you want to dive soon then the quickest way is to call us on +62 (0)813 3986 4832 and we’ll help you arrange your trip.