Ready to see what Bali diving has to offer? Bali, “The Island of the Gods”, is certainly a divine place to get your gear on and go for a dive. The diversity of marine life and dive sites is exceptional. One day can be filled with the magnificent Oceanic Sunfish, or Mola Mola, around the waters of Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, whilst the next you can be searching for pygmy seahorses in the northern area of Bali. The diversity of soft and hard corals in Bali, and Indonesia, is unmatched anywhere else in the world.
Pristine coral reefs cover the slopes of the current swept Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, whilst spectacular wall diving is available in Menjangan. “Muck” diving also offers a chance to see some rare and mysterious creatures in a number of sites around Bali such as Secret Bay, PJ and Seraya Secrets. The famous USAT Liberty Wreck in Tulamben is one of Bali’s most popular dive locations, with its easy accessibility and abundant sea life it is easy to see why.
At Blue Season Bali we pride ourselves on the quality of our dive guides. Our senior dive guides, Putu and Wayan, have thousands of dives in the local area and are requested time and time again. Why? They are the absolute best diving guides in Bali if you want to find rare and wonderful marine life, or you want to find the huge Mola Mola.
You can click on the location icons below to see more information about the dive sites around Bali. Many of these locations are suitable for day trips although a number in the North and West of Bali are best visited on one of our Bali Dive Safari’s.
Home to the famous Bali sunfish or “Mola Mola” and the beautiful Manta Rays – Nusa Penida is one of the best places to dive in Bali. Just a short forty five minute boat ride from Sanur harbour, Nusa Penida offers beautiful drift dives, pristine corals and more.
Tulamben is a quiet seaside village that has become world famous for the hugely popular USAT Liberty Shipwreck which most scuba divers regard as the best shore entry wreck dive in the world. It is certainly the best wreck dive in Bali.
Padang Bai and Blue Lagoon dive sites are situated on the east coast of Bali, a forty five minute drive from Sanur. These sites offer some of Bali divings best dive sites – here you can find Rhinopea, Ornate Ghost Pipe Fish, Frog Fish, Reef Sharks and an abundance of schooling reef fish
Diving at Amed on Bali’s beautiful north east coast is not to be missed. This small and peaceful fishing village, clustered around a single road, is a scenic two hour drive from our dive school in the south of Bali.
Blue Season Bali is also now operating in the Menjangan National park @ The Menjangan. Here you can discover some wonderful wall diving and participate in an exclusive mandarin fish dive. Discover the best of what North Bali diving has to offer!
Diving in Sanur is well worth a day or two of your diving time. The Sanur dive sites are just a few minutes from the shore, just around the corner for the dive school and are home to an enormous amount of marine life.
- Renewed and insured PADI Divemaster / Instructor dive guide
- All land transport in air conditioned vehicles
- Free WIFI hotspots at the Dive Centre
- Lunch, drinking water, tea and coffee
- Weight belts, weights and tanks
- Beach towels
- All park and porter fees
- Diver insurance
Equipment rental is available at no extra charge for those who do not have their own dive gear, Nitrox air fills are available at IDR 65 000 per fill.
Lunch is provided courtesy of our local warungs who work exclusively for Blue Season Bali. Choose between the delicious sandwiches and the traditional dishes of Nasi Goreng and Mie Goreng. Vegetarians are also catered for. When diving with Blue Season Bali you only need to bring your certification cards and logbooks as well as items such items as sunglasses, sunscreen, swimsuit and a camera. Blue Season Bali has digital underwater cameras available for rent at IDR 600 000 / day. This includes an 8GB SD card for you to keep.
Summer months in Bali can be exceptionally busy – booking online means that we can confirm your space on the boat as well as reserving the correct size wetsuits for you and maybe an underwater camera. Take a look at our “Why Choose Blue Season Bali” for more information. All of our dive trips can be incorporated with a PADI Dive Course. Why not try the PADI Enriched Air Specialty course on your next dive trip?