Group Diving in Bali

Diving/Non-diving Group Scuba Diving in Bali

The combination of diverse dive sites and topside activities makes Bali the perfect holiday destination for Group Scuba Diving in Bali for both divers and non-divers. Your group can experience the diversity of the “Island of the Gods” – visiting smaller communities around the island as you dive, then take the opportunity to enjoy the variety of activities available “topside”. Hotel and resort accommodation is chosen based on your preferences and budget, and giving (those that want it!) ample time to relax and unwind.

At AquaMarine Diving – Bali we are proud to have set the “4 to 1” ratio for divers to dive guide that is now used as the acceptable ratio by other reputable dive companies in Bali. The minimum pro-level of your AMD-B dive guide is PADI Divemaster; over 80% of our dive staff are PADI OWSI or above.

In addition to that low ratio, and due to our reputation for outstanding customer service, AquaMarine has become the favoured Bali dive company for Group Scuba Diving in Bali. We have Dive Travel Consultants who specialise in looking after enquiries/bookings for 5+ guests (a “group” in AquaMarine’s terms).

You will still receive the same high standard of personalised service that you expect from us, and will be consulting with people who have experience organising trips for Group Scuba Diving in Bali (that’s groups of any size), whatever your interests.


Bring Your Group Scuba Diving in Bali

Whether you are a member of a dive club, u/w photography club or a group of friends or family travelling together, AquaMarine will develop a programme to suit all members of your group irrespective of age, experience, needs, divers and/or non-divers. We have a vast amount of experience meeting the needs of every specialist group that comes diving with us.

For example: If you’re a photography group, we will assign you our best spotters; Groups of school children will be taught by instructors experienced in working with young people; Only interested in wrecks, corals, clams or nudibranchs? – just let us know!