Scuba Diving in Menjangan

Menjangan Island is a part of the West Bali National Park conservation area and offers unspoilt white sand beaches along with some seriously stunning wall dives.
When scuba diving Menjangan, we can enjoy gorgeous hard and soft coral, abundant gorgonian fans and fascinating caves and swim-throughs provide homes and shelter to a huge variety of marine life. On land, there’s also the chance to spot the cute deer for which Menjangan Island was named. Clear, warm water with kind currents, suitable for beginner divers.
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A green see turtle seen whilst scuba diving menjangan on sidemount
POS 2 is one of Menjangan’s most iconic wall dives. Drift slowly with the current, passing an abundance of soft corals, sponges and sea fans to a vast field of gorgonian fans.  This is an excellent opportunity to test your eyes and see if you can spot a pygmy seahorse.  We often meet turtles, reef sharks, eagle rays, and bigger stuff passing in the blue.
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Things to see

A giant frog fish seen on one of the wall dives when diving menjangan island
It’s easy to see the positive effect the marine park status has had on the underwater environment here.

You’ll be spoilt with sightings of black and white tip reef sharks, pygmy seahorses, frogfish, turtles, oriental sweetlips, fusiliers, Napoleon wrasse, eels, marble and blue spotted rays, and loads of schooling reef fish. Not to mention abundant and healthy hard and soft corals. 

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Beautiful and abundant coral are the main highlights scuba diving menjangan
  • Currents – normally mild and predictable
  • Temperature – 27- 29 degrees
  • Suitable for – all level of divers including discover scuba divers and snorkellers
  • Depth – 5 metres – 40 metres

Let’s Go Diving!

Other Dive Sites

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Eel Garden

Eel Garden is another must-do site, with blue sponges that shelter giant frogfish and a lovely wall. Magnificent gorgonians decorate the wall and hide pygmy seahorses for those with excellent eyes and photography skills.  At the end of the wall, we come to a sandy slope carpeted by masked garden eels and a beautiful shallow coral garden with leaf scorpion fish, nudibranchs, octopus, and more.
A diver scuba diving menjangan on sidemount

Anchor Wreck

Anchor Wreck, where ironically, the main attraction is the marine life since the wreck itself lies at around 45m. It’s still disputed whether this is a 19th century Dutch ship that sank during WW2 or a much older ship that sank with a cargo of Balinese slaves during Dutch colonisation.  Either way, be prepared for reef sharks in the blue and on the reef, nudibranchs, turtles and giant sponges and sea whips providing cover for various reef fish.

Sandy Slope

Sandy Slope is a superb starting place for beginners with clear water. The slope drops off to stunning reef with schools of jacks, tuna, mackerel and barracuda in the blue.

Bat Cave & Temple Wall

Bat Cave & Temple Wall can often be combined with a single drift dive. Rich sea life encrusts the sheer walls, and there’s a good chance of seeing bigger stuff passing in the blue.
Can I dive Menjangan as a day trip from Canggu?
Yes, but it’s not recommended. Pick up time would be 5am and return time around 7pm, it’s a 3.5 hour journey by car and 30 minute trip by boat. Extra charges for the long day for our driver and guide will apply.
What’s included in the price?
Two dives – transport (pick up and drop off at your hotel), equipment excl dive computer, tanks and weights, boat, lunch, snacks, water and your guide. Accommodation is not included although we can help you with recommendations of our favourites in the area. 
What’s a dive safari? What about accommodation?
We recommend diving Menjangan as a two day, overnight safari. Diving a second day at either Menjangan island or at Pemuteran. Accommodation is not included although we can help you with recommendations of our favourites in the area. 
Can I do three dives?
Yes! There are so many dive sites to explore at Menjangani we totally understand wanting to do three dives! Please check our pricing page for additional charges for your third dive.  
How long is the boat ride?
Around 30 minutes from the beach. We stay on the boat during our dive surface interval and will have plenty of snacks and water available for you to enjoy. There is no toilet on the boat. 
What is the pickup and return time?
Approximately 6:00am pickup and 6pm return time the following day. 
Can I do a Discover Scuba Dive at Menjangan?
Yes! It’s also a great place to do your open water training. Conditions are usually very calm and clear and there are great sandy areas so you can train your skills without damaging coral or marine life. 

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