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  • Best diving sites in Bali
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    Laurie Bishop
  • Tulamben, Karangasem Regency
    Tulamben, Karangasem Regency
    Ship WreckColorful CoralsNatural Reef WallsTropical Fish
    What this remote coastal village in East Bali lacks in its bleak overland terrain, it makes up for with its splendid underwater beauty, particularly with the USAT Liberty shipwreck as its main attraction. It is also home to colorful corals and variety of tropical fish, you can enjoy the waters around Tulamben that is a combination of muddy volcanic sea beds and natural reef walls. Visibility is fairly clear year round; great for intermediate to advanced levels, as well as casual snorkelling.
  • Amed, Purwakerti
    Amed, Purwakerti
    Coral ReefsCheap AccommodationSighting all year roundColourful Fishes
    This favorite dive site in East Bali welcomes divers of all skill levels and it is only a two-hour transfer from Kuta. Stay overs are advisable and quite effortless, as Amed Beach and Jemeluk Bay offers great collection of resorts and cheap guesthouses dotting its coastline. You can expect great visibility year round of coral reef walls at depths of up to 8 meters. Sea turtles, barracuda, stingrays and parrot-fish are among the common sightings.
  • Pemuteran, Buleleng Regency
    Pemuteran, Buleleng Regency
    Sunken StructuresVisible all yearUnderwater Gardens
    This calm and scenic bay on Bali’s north-western coast drew attention of the world’s diving community as the largest ‘biorock’ reef site on the planet. You can dive under the calm waves of Pemuteran with good visibility of coral reefs, colorful gardens and sunken structures here throughout the year.
  • Menjangan Island, Sumber Klampok
    Menjangan Island, Sumber Klampok
    Anchor WreckEel GardenColorful ReefShark Reef
    The calm and pristine waters around Menjangan Island offers spectacular underwater beauty with its shallow reefs that snorkelers and divers will instantly love. You can access this protected nature reserve island by boat and go under the crystal clear surface. Deeper areas comprise several specific dive sites, such as the ‘temple wall’ with its colorful reef teeming with tropical cardinal fish, ‘anchor wreck’ with barracudas and shy reef sharks around a wooden wreck, and the ‘eel garden’.
  • Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency
    Nusa Penida, Klungkung Regency
    Oceanic SunfishManta RaysCrystal BayPelagic Species
    The largest in the trio of islands that lie southeast of the Bali mainland, Nusa Penida has waters that meet the open Indian Ocean, which happen to be the midyear (Aug - Oct) migrating route of pelagic species. Penida is dotted with many dive sites, such as Crystal Bay where experienced divers navigate strong currents in search of the famous oceanic sunfish. Another is Manta Point, where you can spot graceful manta rays.



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