Planning to dive in Bali? Looking for some beautiful dive sites in Bali? Then you you’ve reached the right destination.
Bali is a paradise for scuba divers of all levels with the many wonderful dive sites on the island. Some diving spots have very light current but some are made only for advanced divers.
When you happen to be in Bali, be sure to explore the exceptional beauty of its underwater realm. Expect to see the wonderful diversity of marine life and some of the most beautiful corals underwater.
If you’re into muck diving, then take your underwater camera with you and get ready to snap numerous photos in some of the best muck diving sites in Bali!
Located in the northeast coastal region of Bali, Amed makes one of the best dive sites in Bali. Unfortunately, not many people visit this area to dive. However, it can be perfect for those who are seeking tranquility and quiet reefs.
With its peaceful surrounding and lovely scenery, a one day dive trip to Amed is suggested. Macro and muck diving fans would love Amed as there are many critters to be discovered!
This dive site is relatively easy for all levels and ages. You can go diving directly from the shoreline or take a small boat to other dive spots. If by any chance you don’t dive, don’t worry.
Take your snorkel and just swim off the shore for a few meters. You will discover vibrant coral life and all sorts of colorful fish swimming around you!
Want to see the famous Tulamben Liberty ship wreck? Then diving in Tulamben is a must do. The wreck is gigantic with a size around 120m and will require at least two dives to see it all.
This diving site is perfect for beginners and also advanced divers. Beginners will have a unique experiencing diving in world class dive site, while advanced divers can try to dive deeper with incredible wonders perfect for macro lovers!
Normally, you will need around two to three dives to make the most of your dive in Tulamben.
An island away from the mainland of Bali, Nusa Penida boasts stunning dive sites especially for advanced divers! Jump on a boat and make your way to Nusa Penida.
The island offers spectacular underwater views and rich marine life. When diving in Nusa Penida, there is a great chance of seeing the famous Sunfish also known as the Mola Mola, most likely from August to October.
Do take note that the currents here are very strong and unpredictable. Only dive here if you are an advanced diver.
Bali has multiple beautiful dive sites for you to explore.
If you want to discover more of the land before diving beyond the waves of Bali, you can stay at one of Sun Island Bali’s boutique hotels or luxurious villas, all located with easy access to popular places in the island.