Scuba Diving in Bali

The island of Bali has a rich cultural heritage set against a backdrop of volcanic mountains, which rise to 3000 metres above sea level. This mountain range effectively separates the northern coast of Bali from the developed resorts of southern Bali. The Balinese themselves are renowned for their hospitality, which contributes to the islands ongoing appeal to overseas visitors.

Bali’s best dive sites are concentrated off the north and east coast of Bali. The area is relatively undeveloped and retains much of the charm that has been drawing visitors back to the island year after year. The small village of Pemuteran in the north-west affords an ideal base from which to enjoy the diving around Menjangan Island and the macro delights of Secret Bay whilst stay at Taman Selini or Matahari Beach Resort & Spa.

Diving from our three resorts, Teluk Karang Resort, Alam Anda or Siddhartha in the north and east’s Tulamben and Kubu region, you can discover the famous Liberty wreck as well as house reefs.

Bali is also an area that catches the interest of people above water as well as below, so for those who like a bit of everything, we strongly recommend you check out the Bali Island of Gods tour.

A dive holiday on the island of Bali can be taken as a holiday in its own right, but also ties in very well with one of the many liveaboard itineraries operating in this large and fantastically diverse region.

A dive holiday on the island of Bali can be taken as a holiday in its own right, but also ties in very well with one of the many liveaboard itineraries operating in this large and fantastically diverse region.

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