Bali is known for amazing dive sites, beautiful beaches, world class surf and rich culture. Often referred to as the Island of the Gods, even seasoned divers will be spell bound by the underwater beauty found here.
WHY WE LOVE DIVING BALI
Manta Rays and Mola Mola
Renowned muck diving - big your macro lens!
Wonderful wrecks to be explored
As one of the better known Indonesian islands, Bali attracts the crowds, but the underwater world is often overlooked. Dive sites are located all around the island of Bali, to the south you will find Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Sanur where Manta Rays can be seen in the months of April and May and the oddly beautiful Mola Mola from August to October.
To the east, Tumbalen has one of the best and easiest wreck dives in the world, the USS Liberty. Also in the East is Amed, known for its easy and relaxed diving with little current and magnificent coral. Then muck diving at its finest on the northwest side of the island at Secret Bay Gilimanuk.
Winter average of 26°C / 79°F
Summer average of 28°C / 82°F
Rainy season December to February
Flights from LONDON
GMT + 8 hours
Ever seen a Mola Mola?
They are frequently spotted around Bali in the summer months.
27° to 29°C / 81 to 84°F average
10 to 50m / 30 to 165ft