The Island of the Gods, Bali, and nearby Nusa Islands are famous for stunning beaches, rich culture, and world-class dive sites. The dive spots, scattered around Bali and the sister islands, Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, and Nusa Ceningan have diverse topography and marine life. Everything from manta rays, oceanic sunfish, hammerhead sharks to giant frogfish and nudibranch can be witnessed while scuba diving in Bali Province.
From Bali’s tourist hub, in Seminyak, dive centres offer day trips further afield while nearby Nusa Dua is an excellent place for novice divers to partake in dive courses. In northwest Bali, dive the protected marine park of Menjangan Island with calm wall dives or hunt for macro critters in the muck dive sites at Secret Bay before heading to Lovina to witness dolphins.
In Tulamben, there is world-class wreck diving, at the Liberty Wreck while at Candi Dasa there’s the chance to dive among hammerhead sharks in unpredictable currents. Avid muck divers can head to Amed where the calm and shallow waters are perfect for macro photography and beginners. At Padang Bai, it’s possible to see the otherworldy mola mola while a boat trip to the Nusa Islands offers divers the best chance to see both the majestic manta ray and oceanic sunfish.
Choose from the wide range of dive centres and dive resorts that offer Bali Province diving or hop on one of the visiting liveaboards and witness all of the beautiful dive locations.