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Bali Divesites


Bali looks fabulous with his rice paddy terraces and his volcanoes poking through the cloud, but it`t even better when you go diving.
Coral reefs along the coats are healthy and diverse, with a great variety of marine life from small and unusual like seahorses, ghost pipefish, frogfish to big fishes like manta rays, oceanic sunfish or the Pelagic thresher shark.
Bali offer a variety of exiting diving options for all levels of divers such as shipwreck, vertical drop-offs, or black volcanic slopes.
There are five main diving area’s in Bali.

Tulamben area

Tulamben Area Beach Dive(2.5 hours drive from Kuta)Barracuda Shipwreck Liberty Bali
Tulamben is undoubtedly the scuba capital of the island.
Situated on the northeast coast, the bay receives very plankton rich water from the major ocean current that moves from the Pacific to the Indian Ocean and vice versa.
The US Liberty wreck is a 120 m American warship who was torpedoed by the Japanese submarine I-166 in the morning of January 11th 1942. the Liberty did not sink. Two destroyers tried to tow the ship toward Singaraja where it was hoped she could be repaired, however the ship was taking in too much water so she was beached at Tulamben.
In 1963, Bali’s highest volcano, Gunung Agung, erupted creating a powerful earthquake that rolled the ship in to deeper water and broke her at the bow and stern. The Liberty now lies almost parallel to the beach, the shallowest part of the wreck touches the sandy slope at 7-9 meters and the deepest part is at 28-30 meters. It’s a easy wreck dive that is popular for photographers as it is totally encrusted in anemones, colorful sea fans and corals. Tulamben’s black sand provides an excellent colour contrast for the incredible variety of fish species including some very rare specimens and a huge ball of swirling big eye Jacks.
The wreck make also an excellent night dive
Today, the Liberty is considered like one of the most beautiful wreck in Asia
Seraya is an exceptional critter dive, regularly home to multiple frogfish, seahorses, boxer crabs, nudibranch or the rare harlequin Coleman`shrimp.
The drop-off is a wall coral covered lava spur.
the slope is a reef with very impressive topography, becoming a vertical wall from 15 metres and descending to below 60 metres
The wall is covered with gorgonians,back coralsand big sponges, with many varieties of fishes.
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Amed Area

Amed Boat Dive(2.5 hours drive from Kuta) Sweetlips
From a landscape point of view, Amed with his sandy beaches is much prettier than Tulamben
The main dives site are located near Jemeluk bay. The huge reef along the coast start with a beautiful wall who become a deep slope covered with black corals with a lot of tropical fish. Fish varieties include Black Snapper, Triggerfish, Surgeonfish, Unicornfish, Parrotfish, Damselfish, Cardinalfish, Whitetip Reef Sharks and many larger varieties such as Dogtooth Tuna and Blue Finned Trivially
2 dives can be made here including night dive

Just about 6 km from Jemeluk lies the wreck of a small steel Japanese freighter.
It rests in very shallow water and is nicely encrusted with gorgonians and soft coral bushes. The reef next to the wreck is also very rich with soft corals, gorgonians and sponges and table corals. It makes a calm wonderful dive, although this dive site is very easily affected by visibility.
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Menjangan area

Gorgone(3 hours drive from Kuta)Crab Standing on a Brain Coral
Menjangan island,( Bali Barat National Park) is an uninhabited island located in the northwest of Bali.
The island is reached by a 30-minute boat ride from Labuan Lalang.
The colorful walls walls around Menjangan drop vertically to between 30-60 meters, the reef surface is very rugged with caves and crevasses .Gorgonians of many kinds reach large sizes here, and huge barrel sponges are abundant.
There are sites all around the island that are worth exploring.
With good conditions and excellent visibility. Menjangan is one of the best diving areas in Bali.
Secret Bay is a shallow bay name Gilimanuk
It`a fantastic spot for the macro photographer. The Site is home to exotic critters like gobies, frogfish, dragonets, nudibranchs, seahorses, juvenile Batavia batfish.
Night diving at Secret Bay is a truly magnificent experience! You will see some unique creatures that you won’t see on the day dive. This is a shallow dive site with no rich coral growth and limited weed and coral beds. The water can be cold and visibility can be very low due to the dark mud/sand bottom.
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Padang Bai area

Shark Point(1,5 hour drive from Kuta)Turtle
Blue Lagoon is white sandy slopes with bommies and beautiful coral garden. there are frogfish, leaf scorpion fish, moray eels, scorpion & stone fish, blue spotted stingrays and lots of nudibranch species. Sharks and turtles are also common.
Critters fans will have fun diving Blue Lagoon, and it is also an excellent night dive.
The relative lack of currents and maximum depths of around 1-18m offer a pleasant combination of an uncomplicated dive site but with plenty to see.
Tepekong. This little Island is one of East Bali's most famous sites.
Exploring the canyon you’ll be able to see an area with huge schools of sweetlips, batfish, snapper, bumphead parrotfish, unicornfish and big-eyed trevally. Sharks are relatively common in this area, usually white tip reef sharks and sightings of Mola Mola is possible. It is very rare not to have a current here, that’s why this site can only be dived under good conditions.
Mimpang Also known as Shark Point is is remarkably varied, combining wall and sloping reefs. The reefs here are amongst the richest in the whole of Bali. The The scenery is nice and alive, with big gorgonians and barrel sponges.
The fish life is exceptional, including schooling fish, sharks, and even sunfish.
A very fine dive site.
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Nusa Penida

Manta(40 min boat from Sanur)Mola-Mola
Nusa Penida and its two small sister islands, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan, offers the best diving to be found in Bali. Most of the dive sites around will be drift dives and the current can be strong. Upwellings from the deep water south of Bali keeps the visibility in these areas good but it can also form thermoclines with temperatures dropping down to 22°. Pelagics are the main attraction here and you have a good chance of seeing jacks, mackerel, tuna, turtles and mantas. Sharks are also common and big mantas are frequently sighted. Perhaps the most unusual pelagic visitor to Nusa Penida is the Pelagic thresher shark and the unique mola mola (sunfish) that come close to the reef to visit cleaner stations
The best months to see sunfish is august and September.
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Toyapakeh

Pigmy Sea HorseCoral Sunhas to be the best of all Nusa Penida's dive sites.
It s a very nice underwater topography made up of great coral boulders and pillars. The fish life is excellent and the deeper areas offer chance encounters with mola mola and other pelagics.
A must dive site for anyone diving the Nusa Penida region.
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Crystal Bay

Crystal BayCrocodile Fishis aptly named due to its fantastic visibility. This site consists of a fantastic little bay in shallow water that offers excellent opportunities for photos, before sliding down into deep drop offs. Superb coral is only matched by the equally superb marine life. This is another excellent place to find the Sunfish, somtime in large numbers from August to September.
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Blue Corner

Divers Safely StopBaracuda Swarmon the northwest of Nusa Lembongan is a very popular drift dive location
The current can be strong here and can try to pull you downwards. The dive starts on a slope at 10 m where you are swept in a drift towards the corner. At this point there is a vertical wall with a depth of around 30 metres plus
On the right day, at the right time, you will be amazed at the marine life. Mola Mola, in season, Marble rays, Eagle rays, nurse sharks, dogtooth tuna love to hang out here.
Experienced divers only.
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SD and Ped

Sea Snake CoralHard Coral with white and green colorsare beautiful dive sites. The most part the topography consists of a slope covered with large coral heads and a huge variety of marine life. Terraces at varying depths, towering bommies swarming with huge unicornfish, batfish and a veritable snowstorm of orange and pink anthias. The normally gentle currents here wind you past Turtles, Manta Rays, Sea Snakes, Octopus, White Tip Reef Sharks, barracuda, tuna and jacks.
During the season (july to September) it is also possible to see the Sunfish drifting along the reefs.
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Manta point

MantaManta Ray with the sun behindis a cleaning station off the southwest coast of Nusa Penida. Above water the scenery is dramatic with limestone cliffs that descend straight into the ocean.
Year round Mantas gather in the shallows for regular cleaning often in huge numbers. The visibility at best reaches 10 meters.
Although Manta point is a relatively easy dive, protected from the current, but not protected from the swell and so not always dive-able.
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