Diving in Bali

Bali is interesting and universal place for diving. The island is washed by waters of the Indian Ocean, Java and Baltic seas. Diving here offers opportunities for drift diving, wreck diving, diving at shark dwelling spots, underwater rocks and underwater photography. In Bali Island there is everything necessary for good diving: perfect temperature, good visibility, multiple coral reefs, various fish and sunken vessels. There are many places for diving and all of them are rather varied. The main regions for diving are rich coral gardens of Menjangan and Pemuteran islands at the north of Bali, the region of black volcanic sand – Tulamben and Amed at the eastб and ocean diving near the islands of Lembongan and Penida at the South. The underwater world in Bali amazes with its beauty, unbelievable variety of ecosystem and vividness of colors. That is why diving in Bali leaves the brightest and most unforgettable impressions. See more details and prices for all Bali, Komodo liveaboard trips – https://divebooker.com/komodo-liveaboards-iaz85.
Location: at the western end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, between Java to the west and Lombok to the east What to see: mola-mola fish, angelfish, Napoleonfish, barracudas, crocodilefish, giant turtles, rays, sharks Depth: 5-40m/16-131ft Currents: 1-2knots Visibility: 10-33m/32-108ft Season for diving: The best conditions for diving are between May and November. The average water temperature ranges between 23-30C/73-86F.

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