Bali Scuba Dive Day Trip

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Tulamben is on the North East coast of Bali a couple of hours by road from South Bali. The dive sites are beach entry or a few minutes by small local outrigger boat.

Includes:

  • 2x Diving
  • Transfer hotel to dive sites & return
  • Lunch & soft drinks
  • Tanks, Weight and Guide
  • Free Nitrox 32% (for 2 dives)

Pick up time:

  • 7:30am - 7:45am
  • Free pick-up area is Sanur, Kuta, Legian, Nusa Dua. For all other areas there is a charge of $25 per car each way. Pick up is from the hotel lobby and punctuality is appreciated to avoid keeping other participants waiting in the first car outside.

Equipment rental charges:

  • BCD - $5/day
  • Regulator - $5/day
  • Wetsuit - $5/day
  • Fins (with or without boots) - $5/day
  • Mask (with or without snorkel) - $5/day
  • Computer - $10/day
  • Camera - $40/day

Safety:

  • Diving in small groups
  • All guide PADI Divemaster
  • Medical oxygen every trip
  • Clean air and clean tanks
  • Well-maintained equipment


Highlights:
World famous for the USS Liberty shipwreck and the amazing variety of marine life found there. You can also dive a drop-off, a shallow coral graden, and a deep coral reef. Tulamben is the best place to night dive in Bali and you can take a majical sunrise dive.
 
Conditions:
No currents here, or very mild. Black volcanic sand. Usually very calm flat surface though full moon can bring in big waves. Temperatures generally around 28C°. Suitable for all levels of diver.
 
More information:

USS LIBERTY WRECK

Difficulty: 1
One of the jewels of Bali, and a truly world-class dive site. Reliable counts put the number of resident reef fish at a staggering 400, with ocean dwelling visitors numbering more than a hundred. The shallowest part of this coral-encrusted wreck is at 6m, sloping down to the bow at more than 30m. Garden Eels sway gently in the surge, and Thorny Oysters & Giant Clams snap closed at the first sign of a diver's approach. The resident school of Jackfish swirling around divers as if they weren't there.
 
DROP OFF
Difficulty: 1
A short section of steep wall, and then a more gentle coral-covered slope make this a very satisfying dive. Giant Gorgonian Fans & giant Barrel Sponges. A good place to see Octopus & Cuttlefish, adult Lionfish, Rays and a big mean-looking Barracuda. The wall carries all the way down to 90m, and if you look hard enough you can find the umbilical chord of one of our Divemaster's sons buried down there at the bottom.
 
BATU KELEBIT AND AROUND
Difficulty: 2
This deep coral site is is just round the corner from the Tulamben Drop Off. The coral starts from about 25m down to more than 90m. Lots of big Triggerfish, Sweetlips, Midnight Snapper and colourful Clownfish & Angelfish. Big pelagics & Sharks. Access just a few minutes by traditional boat from Tulamben itself. This long stretch of coast is all diveable so you can take multiple dives along here.
 
CORAL GARDEN
Difficulty: 1
A shallow reef, down to just 12m, but colourful and full of life. If you overnight at 'Paradise' bungalows then this is your house reef; step out of the restaurant and there it is. Lots of Blue Ribbon Eels, Razorfish, and the glorious Emporer Angelfish. A variety of Sweetlips and Fusiliers. Darting Moonwrasse and Damsels. Lots of macro.

Duration : 1 Day
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 1
Maximum : 10
* This activity is not available at this moment
Sanur is our local dive site. From our dive centre just 5 minutes by car to Sanur Beach then 5 minutes by boat to Sanur Reef. For divers short of time Sanur Reef half day program is a good option because you can do two dives in the morning and be back in our dive centre before lunch time.

Includes:

  • 2x Diving
  • Return transfer hotel to dive sites 
  • Lunch & soft drinks
  • Tanks, Weight and Guide
  • Free Nitrox 32% (for 2 dives) 

What to Bring:

Towel, and certification card or logbook (for certified divers)

Safety:

  • Diving in small groups
  • All guide PADI Divemaster
  • Medical oxygen every trip
  • Clean air and clean tanks
  • Well-maintained equipment

Pick up time:

  • 7:30am - 7:45am
  • Free pick-up area is Sanur, Kuta, Legian, Nusa Dua. For all other areas there is a charge of $25 per car each way. Pick up is from the hotel lobby and punctuality is appreciated to avoid keeping other participants waiting in the first car outside.

Equipment rental charges:

  • BCD - $5/day
  • Regulator - $5/day
  • Wetsuit - $5/day
  • Fins (with or without boots) - $5/day
  • Mask (with or without snorkel) - $5/day
  • Computer - $10/day
  • Camera - $40/day

 

Bali Dive in Sanur (Difficulty 1) 
Sanur Reef is also a good dive site for dive training or for scuba review if you need to refresh your dive skills because it is shallow and has a sandy bottom next to a coral reef. We usually dive to 8 metres at Sanur Reef. If you dive Sanur Reef you can almost always see a school of Batfish very close, and a variety of other fish. You can often see White-tip Reefsharks and Seasnakes are very common too in Sanur.

Duration : 1 Day
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 1
Maximum : 10
* This activity is not available at this moment
2 Dives plus hotel transfer to dive sites

 Includes:

  • 2 Dives
  • Transfer hotel to dive sites & return
  • Lunch & soft drinks
  • Tanks, Weight and Guide
  • Free Nitrox 32% (for 2 dives) 

Pick up time:

  • 7:30am - 7:45am
  • Free pick-up area is Sanur, Kuta, Legian, Nusa Dua. For all other areas there is a charge of $25 per car each way. Pick up is from the hotel lobby and punctuality is appreciated to avoid keeping other participants waiting in the first car outside.

Equipment rental charges:

  •  BCD - $5/day
  •  Regulator - $5/day
  •  Wetsuit - $5/day
  •  Fins (with or without boots) - $5/day
  •  Mask (with or without snorkel) - $5/day
  •  Computer - $10/day
  •  Camera - $40/day

 
Safety:

  • Diving in small groups
  • All guide PADI Divemaster
  • Medical oxygen every trip
  • Clean air and clean tanks
  • Well-maintained equipment

Discovered within the last 5 years, this muck diving site has taken over from Secret Bay as the best macro site in Bali. It's also more conveniently located than Secret Bay and can be dived as a day trip from the resorts in South Bali (Sanur, Kuta, Nusa Dua, Ubud). There is one large dive site directly in front of the resort, and to the right and it will take a number of dives to cover this area.
 
Within a small area guides can spot Harlequin Shrimps, Frogfish (of various colours), Pipefish, Decorator Crabs, Spider Crabs, Boxer Crabs, Hermit Crabs, Comensal Shrimps, a wide variety of Nudibranchs, Squat Lobsters, juvenile Lionfish, juvenile and adult Morays, Seahorses (Thorny and Common), juvenile Cuttlefish and Dragonet. There is also less commonly dived healthy reef a few hundred meters from the macro diving area. This reef is best dived by boat from Seraya.

Difficulty: 1
 
Location: Two hours by road from Sanur and just a few minutes south of Tulamben.
 
Highlights: Macro subjects
 
Conditions: Dive from the shore. Usually no currents, though the full moon can bring big waves making for a hazardous shore entry.

Duration : 1 Day
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 1
Maximum : 10
* This activity is not available at this moment
A small village in a peaceful bay, on the North East coast of Bali. Two hours by road, then a few minutes by small local boat. About 20 minutes by road from Tulamben.

 Includes:

  • 2 Dives
  • Transfer hotel to dive sites & return
  • Lunch & soft drinks
  • Tanks, Weight and Guide
  • Free Nitrox 32% (for 2 dives)

Pick up time:

  • 7:30am - 7:45am
  • Free pick-up area is Sanur, Kuta, Legian, Nusa Dua. For all other areas there is a charge of $25 per car each way. Pick up is from the hotel lobby and punctuality is appreciated to avoid keeping other participants waiting in the first car outside.

Equipment rental charges:

  • BCD - $5/day
  • Regulator - $5/day
  • Wetsuit - $5/day
  • Fins (with or without boots) - $5/day
  • Mask (with or without snorkel) - $5/day
  • Computer - $10/day
  • Camera - $40/day

 
Safety:

  • Diving in small groups
  • All guide PADI Divemaster
  • Medical oxygen every trip
  • Clean air and clean tanks
  • Well-maintained equipment

Highlights: Usually warm and full of colour and life. Great reefs and macro diving too.
 
Conditions: Generally good and calm, with warm waters. Good visibility is the norm, except after heavy rains in the rainy season (Jan - March).
 
BUNUTAN
Difficulty: 2
A rich coral slope, masses of reef fish, and an unmissable colony of giant Garden eels. The best corals at 25- 30m, so ideally dived on Nitrox. Generally calm conditions and warm waters.
 
MACRO DIVES AMED
Difficulty: 1
Several macro photography dive sites around Amed. A good alternative to the more common Seraya and Tulamben muck diving sites.
 
UNDERWATER ISLAND
Difficulty: 1
Swim out to the descent point, then follow the bottom down to this underwater mound starting at around 22m. Interesting formations of healthy corals scattered among white sand. Sea snakes, various Nudibranchs and good macro opportunities. Makes an interesting night dive if you decide to spend the night in Amed.

Duration : 1 Day
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 1
Maximum : 10
* This activity is not available at this moment
Three sister islands - Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan. Dry limestone islands about 20 km off the South East coast of Bali, reached by fast speedboat in a 45 minute journey from Sanur.

 Includes:

  • Transfer hotel to dive sites & return
  •  Lunch & soft drinks
  •  Tanks, Weight and Guide
  •  Free Nitrox 32% (for 2 dives) 

Pick up time:

  • 7:30am - 7:45am
  • Free pick-up area is Sanur, Kuta, Legian, Nusa Dua. For all other areas there is a charge of $25 per car each way. Pick up is from the hotel lobby and punctuality is appreciated to avoid keeping other participants waiting in the first car outside.

Equipment rental charges:

  • BCD - $5/day
  • Regulator - $5/day
  • Wetsuit - $5/day
  • Fins (with or without boots) - $5/day
  • Mask (with or without snorkel) - $5/day
  • Computer - $10/day
  • Camera - $40/day

 
Safety:

  • Diving in small groups
  • All guide PADI Divemaster
  • Medical oxygen every trip
  • Clean air and clean tanks
  • Well-maintained equipment

Bali Dive Sites: Nusa Penida and Lembongan
Latest news from Nusa Penida: Mola season is over now (though you still may be lucky sometimes!) which means warmer water and no crowds of Mola-mad divers. Enjoy the peace and quiet. Lots of Manta still around and still the best reefs in Bali.
  
Highlights: The healthiest corals in Bali, and home to a huge variety of reef fish. Great for drift diving, and the best place to see Mola Mola & Manta in season. Dramatic above-water scenery.
 
Conditions: Usual temperature around 28°C, but the strong currents and sharp thermoclines can occasionally bring it down to the low 20°. Good visibility. Not uncommon strong currents and swells.
 
NUSA PENIDA NORTH COAST (FROM SD TO BATU NUNGGUL)
Difficulty: 3
The most dived area of Nusa Penida, and rightly so. Rich & healthy stands of coral which are home to an amazing variety of reef fish. Good coral diversity, including long spiraling Wire Corals, Tables and Domes. A great place to see Mola mola in season, and the best drift diving in Bali. This entire North Coast is one long stretch of healthy reef with at least five distinct dive sites.
 
TOYAPAKEH
Difficulty: 4
The best coral in Bali and clear waters. Towering bommies, and a rich slope. Pufferfish and Giant Trevally. Anything & everything has at sometime been seen here; Mola mola, Shark, Manta and other Rays, and lots of big ocean fishes. Sometimes fierce & unpredictable currents, sometimes still and gentle.
 
CRYSTAL BAY (ALSO KNOWN AS PENIDA BAY)
Difficulty: 5
Inside the bay is sheltered from the currents, with a wonderful array of soft corals. Move outside the bay and feel the current pick up, sometimes trying to pull you down the sand & coral slope. Stick with our experienced guides and stick close to the reef. These currents bring with them good chances of encounters with the larger schooling ocean fishes and Mola mola in season. Usually great visibility here and often very cold. In the corner of the bay is a small bat cave you can surface in and take a breath.
 
GAMAT BAY & TOYAPAKEH WALL
Difficulty: 4
Inside Gamat Bay is truly beautiful; below the crystal clear waters lies a colourful carpet of both hard & soft corals, home to a variety of Nudibranchs and other macro delights as well as some big Groupers. Leaving the gentle waters of the bay let the current take you as you drift along the wall of the channel between Nusa Penida & Nusa Cenigan. The currents can be very swift. Keep good group contact, stick close to the wall. Keep one eye to the channel for Sharks and big fish.
 
MANTA POINT
Difficulty: 2
Further than most other dive sites in Bali. Not only mantas, but frequent Nurse Shark sightings and lots of soft corals. You need to be flexible because its exposed location means that sometimes the conditions are too rough for the boat to make it down there, and on arrival giant swells can make diving impossible. But if conditions are good & the Mantas arrive it is well worth the extra effort to get there. Above water sheer cliffs are a dramatic sight.
 
BATU ABAH
Difficulty: 4
The furthest dive site we go to, and one of the toughest to dive too. Yet this pristine site offers up all of the most sought after marine life Bali has to offer; Mola mola, Manta, Turtle, Sharks. Abundant Lobster & Nudibrancs. It's an ocean-facing site so can get rough at the surface with some big ocean swells. As with Manta Point (above) you need to be flexible in your dive plan and it's only suitable for the most experienced divers.
 
CENINGAN WALL
Difficulty: 5
Another advanced site, divable only at certain times, yet the best wall south of Menjangan. Divers are more than rewarded for their perseverance. The coral is stunted due to the strong currents, but schools of Tuna & Trevally, big Moray Eels & Barracuda are common. Leopard Shark sightings. The swell here means you need take care to do your safety stop & your surfacing away from the sheer rockface.
 
MANGROVE (ALSO KNOWN AS JANGKA POINT)
Difficulty: 2
Lined with Mangrove trees, this is a good long site for drifting in the current. The nearly flat profile - in contrast to the steep slopes at most of the other sites around Nusa Penida - gives a wide-angle viewpoint. Lobsters are among the most commonly seen marine life here, and various Triggerfishes and Surgeons. Be careful the gentle slope doesn't fool you into drifting towards the open ocean; stick with your guide.
 
BLUE CORNER (ALSO KNOWN AS ENTAL POINT)
Difficulty: 5
One of the toughest sites in Bali, with wild currents not uncommon. A flat terrace at about 25 meters and as you round the corner be ready to hang on to any available outcrop. While you wait, watch out for the Mola mola which are abundant here in season. All the other big ones are often seen here too. Often great visibility, but the dives can get very cold.

Duration : 1 Day
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 1
Maximum : 10

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Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm

Jl. Danau Poso 46, Sanur, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia

About Bali Scuba Dive Day Trip

Bali Scuba is a Five Star PADI Dive Centre and BSAC Resort combining the highest levels of safety and professionalism with the convenience of online booking. If you're a beginner try an Introductory dive or learn to dive on the PADI Open Water course. If you're a certified scuba diver join our Daily Diving Trips to the different Bali dive sites or build your confidence with PADI Advanced Diving Courses. With more time available let us arrange a Dive & Accommodation Safari Package around Bali. We‰Ûªll take care of all transfers and hotel bookings leaving you free to enjoy the full range of Bali‰Ûªs best dive sites. There are lots of Online Learning Options for beginner or advanced courses: study at home and dive in Bali! Our Underwater Photography team can help whether you‰Ûªre already an experienced photographer or are interested to give it a try. Ready for the ultimate adventure? Our PADI Divemaster and PADI Instructor (IDC) internship courses and Tec diving courses lead you on a fun and challenging journey into the highest levels of diver training. Whatever dive program you choose Bali Scuba will make sure your diving trip is fun and worry-free, and that you leave Bali with great diving memories.

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Pun J (Bangkok, Thailand)
Reviewed 05 Dec 2016

"Helpful staff "

I came here to see mata ray and I got it. Staffs are very friendly and helpful. I went to Manta point, SD point and Ped point. Their staffs were very look after me. I saw a lot of sea life. Would...

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Donnytjen (Sydney, Australia)
Reviewed 05 Dec 2016

"Open Water Course"

Highly recomended for Open Water Course ,very professional staffs from first communication thru the finish. For water training session honestly I gave my instructor Mr Ketut Bagong a thumb up, he was...

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Chet O
Reviewed 04 Dec 2016

"Open water course"

As an owner Adam is very warm, and inviting going out of his way constantly to accommodate his customers. It was apparent it was his goal was to make not only your dive trips as enjoyable as...

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