Scuba diving is one of the most popular activities for Bali’s visitors, thanks to the beautiful clear waters that are home to spectacular reefs filled with marine creatures. Divers can expect to see plenty of fish and crustaceans and in some areas many encounter manta rays and other sea life. You will find diving supplies and schools at the best diving beaches around Bali.
Scuba Diving in Tulamben
Wreck diving attracts people to Tulamben, thanks to the fascinating remains of the Liberty, an American cargo ship that lies covered with marine growth and is swarmed by fish and other creatures. Anyone who is looking to explore a wreck should head to this popular dive site for amazing views.
Scuba Diving in Nusa Dua and Sanur
These favorite beaches are perfect for beginning divers and the more experienced won’t be disappointed or bored, thanks to the beautiful coral and plentiful marine life located here. The reef is very large, giving you plenty of room to explore.
Menjangan Island National Park
The Menjangan National Park is a reserve area outlined to protect the precious sea life here and preserve the impressive underwater caves. There’s even a boat wreck to explore. This dive set is perfect for exploring thanks to these interesting features and the high level of visibility.
Scuba Diving in Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan
Scuba diving featuring beautiful coral reefs are located around Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida. Crystal Bay, Cheningan Wall, and other dive spots abound. Drift diving is also possible and many of the nearby sites.
Submarine Tours in Nusa Lembongan and Amuk Bay
Submarine tours are available at Amuk Bay and Nusa Lembongan, offering an interesting alternative to scuba diving. Three dozen people can take part in each tour, during which they get to stay dry and still see the marine life that so attracts divers to these areas. The viewing areas are large, ensuring that guests get to see their share. Tours typically last a little less than an hour and are offered by tour operators who can be found nearby.
Scuba Diving in Amed
Amed welcomes both beginning and expert divers with great waters that hold spectacular reefs and marine life that includes sharks and plenty of large fish. The water is clear and Amed is only a few hours from Legian and Kuta.
Scuba Diving in Gili Tepekong
Gili Tepekong offers divers cooler waters and changing currents, making it suitable only to those divers who have plenty of experience. This site is less than two hours away from Kuta and Legian. Expert divers will appreciate the opportunity to explore the reefs here.