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Diving Experience in Bali: Top Highlights

Have The Best Diving Experience in Bali. Bali Island is surrounded by 2 oceans, the Bali Sea on the north and the Indian Ocean to the south. This combination of two oceans creates interesting biodiversity and habitats. As a result, Bali is one of the most famous diving places in the world. Every level of diver can have a great time diving here. From beginner level to the most advanced of divers, Bali has it all. Even people all around the world start diving from here. As a diver or as someone who is just trying to dive, you may wonder which dive spots in Bali to visit? Or rather what to expect from diving in Bali? Then this is a list for you! Here are the top highlights while diving in Bali! (in no particular order)

Tulamben USAT Liberty Shipwreck

Tulamben is a small village located in the northeast of Bali, 2.5 hours from Sanur. Home of the USAT Liberty Shipwreck, which served the US in WWI and WWII. The shipwreck is one of the easiest wrecks to dive in. With only 25 meters offshore, you can even see the shipwreck while swimming and the wreck can be also seen until 30 meters deep. During the night or early in the morning, divers can see schooling of Bumphead Parrotfish swimming through the wreck.

Macro Underwater Photography

Nearly every diving spot in Bali is a home for our tiny aquatic creatures. Nudibranches, shrimps, octopus, seahorse, and many more are waiting for you with their beautiful colours. You sure want to bring an underwater camera with you! With our specialty course, you can also learn how to properly take a picture of them.

Manta and Mola Mola

Two graceful giants, swimming through the open ocean. Which scuba diver does not put this on their bucket list? Manta and Mola Mola make a home near the Nusa Penida Island, on the southeast of Bali just 45 minutes speedboat ride from Sanur. Manta rays can be found throughout the year while Mola Mola is rarer. The peak season to find Mola Molas is around June-August, but you still need to cross your fingers to meet them. Although the currents and wave near Nusa Penida are quiet rough, we are sure when you spot them all your worries will be gone.


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