Diving in Bali introduces you to magnificent species such as the Bali Sunfish that visit Nusa Penida during July through to November. Pristine coral reefs cover the slopes of the current swept Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida
. The beautiful reefs are also home to large pelagic species such as Manta Rays, Eagle Rays, Sharks, Tuna, Napolean Wrasse and many more. Drift dive the exhilarating Bali Dive Sites
to realise real adrenaline diving in Bali!
In North Bali, diving spectacular walls is possible in Menjangan
where some of the most famous of the Bali diving sites are located. The Menjangan National Marine Park is home to beautiful wall dives with clear visibility and gentle currents. Superb for every level of diver; if you are in Bali diving then make sure you get to Menjangan. Blue Season Bali also runs a fantastic Bali Dive Resort in North Bali where you can dive Menjangan, PJ, Secret Bay and other North Bali dive sites.
“Muck” diving, or macro diving in Bali offers a chance to see some rare and mysterious creatures in a number of sites around Bali such as Secret Bay
and Seraya Secrets
. Bali is home to unique marine species such a Mimic Octopus, Ambon Scorpion fish, Blue Ringed Octopus, scores of Nudibranchs, Harlequin Shrimps, Harlequin Crabs, Rhinopias, FrogFish and so much more.
The famous “USS Liberty” wreck in Tulamben
is one of Bali’s most popular dive locations, and it is easy to see why. This 120m long ship wreck lies just off the beach in Tulamben village in North East Bali. Ranging from 3 – 30 meters depth, this Bali dive site
is home to hundreds of species of fish, corals and sponges. Gentle diving conditions and good visibility makes this an ideal Bali diving site to explore for divers of any experience level.