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Indonesia's Top Scuba Diving Destination

Bali is Indonesia’s top scuba diving destination and with good reason. Imagine the multifarious dive sites, crystal clear water, a diverse array of marine life from the tiniest pygmy seahorses to the deep sea mola mola or sunfish and crazy currents to boot. Set against one of the many beautiful islands, beaches, volcanoes, green terraced paddy fields. Prepare to fall in love!

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During the Mola mola season, divers come in droves to catch a glimpse of the odd and elusive mola mola. These gentle giants come out from the deep to the cleaning stations in Nusa Penida and Bali is one of the few places that the mola mola frequent. Close by are the manta cleaning stations where the mantas gracefully circle the stationary divers.

Another underwater attraction of Bali is the coral covered Liberty Wreck in Tulamben. A easy shore dive, the wreck is accessible to divers of all levels. Schools of jack, fusilier and unicorn fish are attracted to the large wreck and there is even a resident Giant barracuda that lives at the famous wreck. The black volcanic sand of Northeast Bali is so rich in minerals, the area supports such a wide variety of macro creatures for the eagle-eyed. Muck diving in Gilimanuk, the Northwest of Bali, attracts muck diving fanatics. With such variety of dive sites, Bali is one scuba diving destination that requires more than one visit.

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Tel: +65 6557 2705       Email: [email protected]


Mola Mola season is between July and October.
But diving is possible all year round.