Shipwreck Tulamben

Sea conditions are generally excellent in the Tulamben region sites, little affected by the current. The water temperature is often the best around Bali, at a balmy 26-29ºC and the sun is almost always shining. Numerous Boat Dives, Shore Dives, an array of Macro Life very hard to compare to anywhere in the region along with fantastic night dives, Tulamben has something for divers of all levels and interests. Diving can’t get much easier than it does with Bali Dive Packages.

Dive Vessels depart at least twice daily and snorkelers are welcome to join dive trips if space is available. A total of 16 dive sites exist in the Tulamben region, ensuring a variety of dives from wreck to muck diving. We keep our group sizes small (Divemaster/ Diver ratio minimum 1:4) and all dives are guided by experienced PADI professionals.

Take a dive on the incredible US Liberty Wreck and witness the fantastic array of corals and marine life that have made the 120m structure their home. Alternatively enjoy a calm inspection of one of the area’s vibrant coral reefs and see just how varied the marine life on Bali can be. Macro enthusiasts will love Seraya Secrets and Noisy Reef, where an unusual array of marine life can be found at any time of day.


Amed is a perfect place for those wishing to get right away from it. Amed is a very slow paced village where technology hasn’t caught up. There are a number of dive sites in the area that offer some nice drop offs with good coral and diver fish. Most of the diving is done out of local boats, however shore diving is available from Jemeluk Bay.

Amed Walls
Amed has three walls along the most popular stretch of reef. To get to these walls takes about 5 minutes on the local boats. amed-dive-siteAll the diving here tends to be drift diving which means the boat drivers will put you in the right place and then you just drift along the walls. There is a lot to see along the walls with many sea fans, sponges and fish life. The sites go down to around 35 – 40 metres which is a good depth to find things like sharks and the occasional Mola Mola.

Padang Bay

To dive here we start descending from the buoy close to the ferry dock; the channel runs further east to the hook of Tanjung Silayukti. At the beginning of the dive the reef is not interesting, much more interesting around the hook of Tanjung Silayukti with scattered boulder rocks, bommies, colourful hard corals, soft corals, number of Crinoids and a variety of tropical reef fishes.

Turtles are frequently seen on this steeply slope reef that runs to 30 meters deep, the current is sometimes unpredictable changing its strength and direction that pushes into deep water.tulamben Don’t let us sucked into blue water and always ascend safely from the shallow reef of Tanjung Silayukti so the boat skipper can easily provide the pick up service by the end of the diving. Water temperature is frequently fallen roughly 26 degrees C.

Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida is the largest, 17km long, of 3 islands the others being Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan, that lie the other side of the Bandung Strait from Bali’s east coast.

The water here is fairly cold, due to a deep upwelling south of Bali, but often startlingly clear, with gorgeous corals and prolific fish and some turtles, Grey reef and Silver-tip sharks. In July-mid November Mola-Mola, the weird and wonderful Ocean sunfish can be seen here

nusa-penida-dive-site-mola-molaWhile Nusa Penida is perhaps best known for Manta rays and Mola-Mola, the diving here is actually great – both in terms of corals and marine life. The majority of diving at Nusa Penida is drift diving and, as the currents are not always predictable, you need to listen to your guide’s briefing and to follow him/her underwater.

The current is always less fierce the closer you are to the reef so don’t get distracted and drift out into the blue.

There is an upwelling from the deep ocean south of Bali meaning that the diving at Nusa Penida can be really rather cold! But that does mean the water is usually crystal-clear, bar the thermoclines.

Sites that are popular here include Sental, PED, SD, Toyapakeh, Blue Corner, Crystal Bay, Malibu Point, Gamat Bay, Manta Point I & II

Manta Point

Manta Point attracts manta rays all year round, the waters are rich with plankton which attracts the magnificent bird of the seas for feeding; the site also acts as a cleaning station. Manta Point is rather bland so the only reasons to dive this site are the manta rays – but oh are they worth it! On some days you can see one manta, on another day you can see twenty! They are very friendly and enjoy the company of divers, often swooping in to investigate and shivering with excitement as the divers’ bubbles tickle their bellies.

Try coming in low season as between the months of July through to the end of October you can expect up to 30 dive boats on this site.


The Sanur dive sites are just a few minutes from the shore and are home to an enormous amount of marine life. It is very common to see a large variety of nudibranchs, invertebrates and octopus. Nurse sharks and rays can also be seen at the right time.

The visibility and the Sanur dive sites can be low although if you dive at the right time then conditions can be excellent. The great thing about Sanur diving is that you can choose to just one dive that will have you back in time for breakfast. Even a three dive program can have you back in your hotel by 2pm.

Jeladi Willis
sanuris located in East Sanur and is a nice gentle dive site that starts around 3m and slopes of to about 20m. The current here can get strong so diving at slack tide is important. This site has visibility ranging from 5 – 15m. It is is easy to see some nice corals here that are home to many nudibranchs, stingrays, scorption fish, octopus and lots more. We also recommend this as a great place for a night dive in Sanur.
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Penjor Reef
The trip to Penjor reef takes only a few minutes with our dive speed boat although you would travel much further for a reef with this quality. There is an abundance of healthy coral and marine life on this Sanur dive site. It is one of those dives sites that does not need good visibility as the amount of macro life is superb. Some divers will credit this site as being as good as some of the more famous sites in Bali

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