06 May

2014 Mola Mola Season Specials

2014 Mola Mola Season Specials

Mola Mola inhabits Bali waters all year around, but there are months in which they come up to the shallower waters. Divers from all around the world travel to Bali specifically to see the big fish particularly during this time. The season is in July – November each year and as 2014 season is approaching soon, we are already filling in dates for the year.


If you have not joined our trip out to search Mola Mola before (or just simply want to repeat your amazing previous encounter with the big fish), now is your chance as we’re having specials if you confirm the booking by May 2014. For all our return customers, Blue Season Bali is offering special prices to join our Mola Mola Manta day dive trips in July-November 2014.

USD169 for 3 dives in Nusa Penida/Nusa Lembongan in search of Mola Mola and Manta Rays

You need to confirm your booking for the Mola Mola season 2014 by May 2014. Instead of the USD199/person, you pay only USD169/person for the 3 dives in Nusa Penida/Nusa Lembongan. Booking is confirmed once you pay the 40% deposit of the total amount.

What does the USD165/person Mola Mola dive include?

  • Hotel pick up/drop off service for certain areas*
  • All transport, both sea and land
  • Three (3) dives
  • Lunch including bottled water
  • Beach towels
  • Dive equipment, cylinders and weights (excluding dive computer)
  • All dives guided by certified, insured, and most importantly locally experienced Divemaster / Instructor
  • Dive Insurance

*Pick up areas include: Sanur, Kuta, Seminyak, Nusa Dua, Tanjung Benoa & Jimbaran. Extra pick up fee will be charged for any pick up outside these mentioned areas.

How experienced should you be to join the Mola Mola dive trip?

Divers in Nusa Penida can experience strong currents especially during the Mola Mola season. Blue Season Bali puts safety first and for this reason we require the minimum diving experience for all participants:

  • At least 50 logged dives
  • Minimum Advanced Open Water diver certification
  • Experience in deep and drift diving
  • Dived within the last 6 months

For divers who do not have these necessary levels, we hold the right to refuse them entry to this program, or we may require them to undergo a day of diving at a different location in order to check them out first.

What is there for a beginner/non-diver?

If you only have a few logged dives, our first recommendation is to fill up your next few weeks leading up to the season with diving. Blue Season Bali run fun diving trips daily and certify plenty of divers weekly. Our Advanced Open Water Course only takes 2 days to complete and we take you to two of Bali’s best dive sites: Tulamben and Nusa Penida. There is a magnificent 120m long USAT Liberty Shipwreck to explore in Tulamben and Manta Rays all year around in Nusa Penida. So if you live within a few hours flight from Bali, contact us to arrange your weekend dive trip.

If you’re not PADI certified and would much prefer snorkeling, we can of course take you to Nusa Penida/Nusa Lembongan waters. Being one of our best selling snorkeling destinations, you will love the marine life there and who knows, maybe the Mola Mola swims up to the surface just like the Manta Rays 🙂

We also have a Mola Mola Manta Madness Dive Safari for those of you who want a simple 5 days 4 nights safari focusing on these big fish. So book your trips with Blue Season Bali now and join our specialised Mola Mola & Manta day trips or safari and let our expert guides show you the best way to interact with these wonderful creatures!

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