Bali Dive Sites Overview
Bali Dive Sites Map
Amed Bay has a black sand beach, a sharp contrast to Tulamben, its nearby neighbour. The area is quiet and the scenery lovely.
Menjangan Island is diveable year round and provides some of Bali’s best visibility. Famous for wall-diving with easy conditions.
Nusa Penida is an exciting place to dive. The water here is fairly cold and often startlingly clear, with gorgeous corals, prolific fish, turtles, sharks, and Mola-Mola (Ocean Sunfish).
Padangbai & Candidasa
The sites in this area provide some of the most interesting and diverse in Bali. Blue Lagoon is rich in a variety of marinelife. Other sites in this area offer some of the most breath-taking diving in Bali.
Sites outside Tulamben Bay that we feel fall under the category of “better”. Being outside Tulamben Bay, these sites are more exposed and can be affected by currents. However they are suitable for all levels beyond beginner.
Tulamben Bay is a favourite site with AquaMarine as well as with many divers. Three main dive sites provide totally different physical environments. Tulamben Bay contains a stunningly diverse underwater ecosystem.
Bali's Muck Diving Sites
Bali offers such a multitude of sites and subjects that no photographer will ever walk away disappointed. It doesn’t matter if you are into macro or wide-angle.
Underwater Photography Sites
AquaMarine Diving – Bali has been fortunate enough to work with many underwater photographers looking for excellent services when exploring Bali dive sites. We’re happy to say that these photographers keep coming back as AquaMarine boasts some of the best spotter guides in Bali.