The Southeast Asia is famous for its tropical islands, astonishing sea shores, and jaw dropping underwater landscape. Indonesia’s most famous island Bali, in particular, offers huge variety of underwater lives and its uniqueness. Bali has numerous dive sites spreads around the island, each blooming with vibrant sponges and hard corals, tropical fishes, pelagic, and macro critters. This island is one of world’s best underwater destination and if you are a true explorer, it is mandatory in your vacation list.
Bali dive spots is ready to refresh your mind and soul
An existence without having a ton of fun will be exhausting and upsetting. Bali has various perspectives in every zone. Traveling to Bali is correct when your life feels exhausting. In the event that you need to have a go at something new and fun, investigate under the ocean! Particularly jumping sweethearts, or you who need to have a go at plunging, Bali is great.
What makes Bali dive sites so special
Bali dive sites have uncommon, extraordinary and delightful species or coral. Given countless jump spots a good ways off, you need legitimate arranging. Some of the most popular dive sites in Bali are the Tulamben, Amed, Sanur, Nusa Penida, and Nusa Lembongan. However, the island also have some probably less popular sites like the Candidasa, Padang Bai, and Gili Manuk that are certainly not less amazing.
More Diving Stories You’ll Love:
Exploring All Bali Dive Sites
This is to assume that stay on common touristy regions such as Kuta or Seminyak, as most divers and other travellers do. Kuta to Sanur are usually only about 1 hour drive—or less if you are lucky with the road. Driving to Tulamben and Amed, which is located in the northeast coast of Bali, would take around 2 – 3 hours. We recommend you to stay at least one day in these region as it’s so different than other touristy spot in Bali! These villages are so humble, so quiet, and by staying a day in the village, you just buy yourself a whole lot of additional time to explore all the dive spots in these sites. Going to Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan (where the Manta Rays are!) takes around 45 minutes by speedboat. Again, a minimum overnight stay at one of this island is recommended. You will save a lot of energy and get more time to see what’s underneath the waves.
That is to say, the best way to explore dive sites in Bali is by spending at least a day in one site. Seeing all the dive sites—from Menjangan to Nusa Dua—takes about 5 – 6 days, assuming if you spend a day on each site. However, if you plan to spend a night on some sites (to get the best experience of it), you might need almost two weeks to finish all the dive sites on this island. So if you come to Bali with special intention of diving, you better give yourself enough time!