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Sanur & Nusa Dua
Nusa Penida
Candidasa
Amed & Tulamben
North Bali

Culturally captivating, lush and volcanic, Bali “Island of the Gods” and Asia's premier resort island, is only newly discovered as a prime dive destination. Richly endowed with a dazzling array of undersea life, this exotic Hindu outpost in Indonesia's spice island chain is quickly finding its way onto the international dive map.

 

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To Bali's south, two close offshore islands, Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan offer spectacular teeming reefs and walls. Dives at Manta Point are among the worlds finest and there is also the chance of sighting the rare Sunfish (Mola Mola).

 

Menjangan Island, part of Bali's national park in the north-west, boasts dramatic drop-offs of stunning beauty equal to many other worldwide dive locations.

The site of the USAT Liberty at Tulamben on Bali's north-east coast is a spellbinding wreck dive experience. Tulamben Bay is also a Mecca for the world's premier marine photographers boasting an unsurpassed array of species.

 

Breathtaking dive and snorkeling sites are dotted generously around the island from Amed and Gili Selang on Bali's eastern tip around to Gili Biaha, Gili Tepekong and Shark Point and down to the major resort areas of Sanur and Nusa Dua in the south, while other newly found locations such as “The Aquarium” at the foot of tiny Ceningan Island between Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan are constantly coming to light.

 

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