OUR DIVE SITES

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1. LEMBONGAN / NUSA PENIDA ISLAND

BEACH : White Sand
TOPOGRAPHY : Slope and flat bottoms
ENTRY : From the beach or boat
DEPTH OF DIVING : 15 to 120 feet (5 to 40 m)
OBJECT : Underwater Panorama - Photography

COMMENTS :
Reachable from the coast of Sanur in 1 hour by motor boat , is actually one of 3 sister island of Bali. White sandy bottom, crystal and coll water, present you with as sorted fish and marine vegetation, special for SUN FISH. Underwater groats are the wonders of this area.

2. SANUR

BEACH : White Sand
TOPOGRAPHY : Slope and flat bottoms
ENTRY : From the boat
DEPTH OF DIVING : 10 to 60 feet (3 to 20m)
OBJECT : Sea View - Photography

COMMENTS :
Located in the front of Sanur's Tourist Beach. Dives at 12 meters depth will be rewarded by beautiful underwater panoramas, table and trophy shaped coral and sponges, thousand of colorful fishes swim by in kaleidoscopic profusions.

3. NUSA DUA

BEACH : White Sand
TOPOGRAPHY : Slope and flat bottoms
ENTRY : From the beach or boat
DEPTH OF DIVING : 15 to 120 feet (5 to 40 m)
OBJECT : Underwater Panorama - Photography

COMMENTS :
Facing the Northern and Southern sea opposite the Nusa Dua Tourist beach offers gigantic under water panorama and various types of sponge and fishes. Fully cover with rich and colorful and corals, satisfies even the most seasoned diver. Dives between 3 to 20 meters will be the most rewarding.

4. PADANG BAI

BEACH : White Sand
TOPOGRAPHY : Slope
ENTRY : From the beach or boat
DEPTH OF DIVING : 5 to 60 feet (3 to 20 m)
OBJECT : Sea view - Photography

COMMENTS :
Located about 90 kms, North of Sanur. This picturesque bay is surrounded by majestic cliff, and hill. Ideal for dives at 3 to 20 meters depth. Here the water is strewn with a full growth of coral, fishes will surely guarantee an impressive underwater adventure.

5. AMED

BEACH : Black Sand
TOPOGRAPHY : Slope then drop off
ENTRY : From the beach
DEPTH OF DIVING : 10 to 100 feet (3 to 33 m)
OBJECT : Underwater Panorama - Photography

COMMENTS :
Located about 120 km North-East of Sanur, with a beautiful solitary beach and fully grown with anemone, gorgons and sponge, small to large fishes, make this underwater part of Bali. Ideal for beginners and professional divers.

6. MENJANGAN ISLAND

BEACH : White Sand
TOPOGRAPHY : Drop off
ENTRY : From the beach or boat
DEPTH OF DIVING : 15 to 120 feet (5 to 40 m)
OBJECT : Underwater Panorama - Photography

COMMENTS :
The small island 140 km North-West of Sanur accessible by boat , only 10 minutes from the mainland. This area is suitable for all seasons diving where magnificent underwater vistas will surprise even the most seasoned diver. It is rich with all kind of sponges, sea plant, coral and fish which stretches for miles one end. This area is considered the diver's paradise in Bali and words alone can not describe it's true beauty.

7. TEPEKONG

BEACH : Sharp Cliff
TOPOGRAPHY : Drop Off
ENTRY : From the boat
DEPTH OF DIVING : 10 to 120 feet (3 to 40 m)
OBJECT : Sea View and Photography

COMMENTS :
The tiny island adjoining Bali, located about 90 km north of Sanur. Reachable by motor boat, 30 min from the mainland. Suitable for expert divers and fully grown with a variety of colorful coral, sponges, plants and fishes. Suitable for professional diver.

8. TULAMBEN

BEACH : Stony
TOPOGRAPHY : Slope
ENTRY : From the beach
DEPTH OF DIVING : 10 to 90 feet (3 to 30 m)
OBJECT : Shipwreck (cargo ship liberty )

COMMENTS :
Located about 130 kms North-east of Sanur, you will drive through truly idyllic Balinese country side. On location, you will see the remains of a US liberty ship sunk during world War II. The wreck is fully grown with all kinds of anemone , gorgons, sponge and coral.

9. SECRET BAY

BEACH : Black Sand
TOPOGRAPHY : Slope and Flat Bottoms
ENTRY : Swimming from beach 20 m
DEPTH OF DIVING : 25 to 100 feet (7 to 30 m)
OBJECT : Special Macro

COMMENTS :
Located about 130 km, North West of Sanur, Beach dive suitable for special Macro and can dive in all season, it is rich with all kind of fishes such as Seahourses, Frogfishes, Cardinalfish, Scorpionfish, Lionfish, Dragonets, Sea Months, etc.

10. A CAUTIONARY NOTE: DON'T TOUCH !!

COMMENTS :
In general, " DON'T TOUCH " is good underwater advice. Some coral is very fragile and breaks under your fins, some stings badly, like the yellow tipped fire coral.

On sandy reef platforms, watch out for the long black spines of the sea urchins. These spines are very sharp, brittle and painful when lodged in an incautious hand or foot. However sea urchins quite passive, and you have to do the " ATTACKING", by stepping on the or attempting to pick up. There are many varieties of sea urchins ; avoid them all.

Another watch word is, " BE OBSERVANT". Stone fishes, well named, are quite common on the reefs and are a sedentary but less conspicuous than the sea urchins, and have very poisonous spins. Shoes should always be worm when walking on the reefs. Do not pick up or step on the cone shells and jelly fish.

It's really common sense to respect what you don't know to be harmless, or conversely to respect what may be harmed by your interference. People, not marine animals, are the guest in the undersea world.