FUN DIVING

TULAMBEN

Our Tulamben shore dives will introduce you to the stunning, coral covered USAT Liberty, a ship that was torpedoed in 1942 and towed to the beach at Tulamben. In 1963, tremors from the eruption of the nearby volcano Gunung Agung, pushed the Liberty into the sea, providing us with very accessible and beautiful wreck dive. 

Starting at around 7 metres and going down to 25 metres, the wreck and surrounding dive sites are wonderful during the day, for beginners and experienced divers alike. If you have time, we recommend you talk to us about an overnight stay in Tulamben so you can enjoy a dawn dive with the Bumphead Parrot Fish that visit the wreck in the early mornings, it's also worth the opportunity to see the wreck at night.


Tulamben is around a 2.5 hour drive from Sanur

Depth: 5 – 40 metres
Certification level required: Open Water
Currents: normally minimal
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NUSA PENIDA

A short, sometimes bumpy, speed boat ride from Sanur brings you to Nusa Penida and some of the most beautiful and healthy reefs in Bali. The waters around this former island penal colony are also the best place to see the famous Mola Mola or Sun Fish. Dive with mantas at Manta Point and be thrilled with a drift dive at SD (Sekolah Dasar) or the beautiful reef at Toyapakeh. Keep your eyes open for bigger stuff like bull rays, barracuda, giant trevally and schools of Bat fish. 

Access to Nusa Penida is via a 45 minute speed boat ride.

Depth: 10 – 40 metres
Certification level required: Open Water
Currents: moderate to strong
Visibility: 15 – 40 metres
Temperature: 18 - 30⁰ C
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PADANG BAI

We love diving Padang Bai! 

The jetty provides a wealth of small and cleverly disguised critters including frog fish, rhinopias, cuttlefish, and schools of smaller fish. 


The normally calm waters of Blue Lagoon provide great opportunities for teaching and beautiful soft corals. Whilst around the corner at Jepun you can visit a small wreck where we sometimes meet some ornate ghost pipe fish. This dive location is a must visit for those with a passion for photography. 


Padang Bai is around a 1 - 1.5 hour drive from Sanur


Depth: 5 – 40 metres
Certification level required: Open Water
Currents: mild to moderate
Visibility: 15 – 40 metres
Temperature: 18 - 30⁰ C

CANDIDASA

One of our all time favourite dive locations, Candidasa is another potential area to spot Mola Mola and other favourites like white tip reef sharks, lemon sharks, turtles, grouper, and barracuda. A day at Candidasa can be thrilling with strong currents or surge, beautiful reef and lots and lots of life. Be prepared for the unexpected!

Candidasa is around a 1.5 - 2 hour drive from Sanur

Depth: 10 – 40 metres
Certification level required: Open Water
Currents: moderate to strong
Visibility: 15 – 40 metres
Temperature: 18 - 30⁰ C 

AMED

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The black sands of Amed are famous for macro life and beautiful diving. Coral covered pyramids provide great hiding places for frog fish with healthy reefs supporting hard and soft corals where you can hunt for all manner of shrimps and other critters including the famed and very hard to see pygmy seahorses. The Amed wall is a stunning dive with loads of cephalopods like octopus and cuttlefish.

Amed is around a 2.5 hour drive from Sanur.

Depth: 5 – 40 metres
Certification level required: Open Water
Currents: mild to moderate 
Visibility: 15 – 40 metres
Temperature: 25 - 30⁰ C

SERAYA

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A muck divers paradise, a visit to Seraya is a must for those with a passion for underwater photography. Hunt for harlequin and tiger shrimps, rhinopias, ghost pipe fish, all manner of nudibranchs, seahorses and frog fish. 

Seraya is around a 2.5 hour drive from Sanur

Depth: 10 – 40 metres
Certification level required: Open Water
Currents: mild to moderate
Visibility: 15 – 40 metres
Temperature: 25 - 30⁰ C 

SANUR

For a cruisy day dive without the need to venture further afield, Sanur offers some nice diving and perfect training grounds for our open water students. We've seen turtles, all kinds of nudibranchs and even orangutan crabs on our Sanur adventures!

Depth: 10 – 20 metres
Certification level required: Open Water
Currents: mild to moderate
Visibility: 15 – 40 metres
Temperature: 18 - 30⁰ C
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We also offer day trips and overnight safaris to Menjangan Island, Pemuteran, Gilis, and Lombok. Talk to our staff to package up your Bali dive adventures.