‘Best of Bali’ Dive Safari Package
2023 'Best of Bali' (aka BoB) Dive Safari Package
To meet a growing demand by travelling divers, AquaMarine Diving – Bali offers three fixed-date Dive Safaris that take in Bali’s best dive sites.
AquaMarine’s 2023 Best of Bali Dive Safaris comprise three itineraries of seven, eight, and 12 nights duration. The Safaris include accommodation, diving, all land and boat transport, airport transfers, breakfast every day, lunch on diving days, plus some land tours to experience Bali’s enchanting culture and breathtaking scenery.
The first Safari departs on 07 January 2023 with the final trip being scheduled to leave on 09 December. The Safaris are guaranteed with just two divers booked, and we take no more than 12 divers. However, if you have a larger group, let us know because that’s what we do best – custom-make dive packages to fit our guests wishes.
‘Best of Bali’ Dive Safari Package Detail
On AMD-B’s BoB Dive Safaris, divers will be taken to the USAT Liberty Shipwreck, a 120 metre American cargo ship torpedoed by the Japanese in World War Two, and probably the world’s most accessible wreck dive – as well as encounter some exhilarating drift diving at Nusa Penida, beautiful reef and wall diving around the islands outside Padangbai on the east coast of Bali, the warm and clear waters of Menjangan Island, and phenomenal muck diving in the area surrounding Tulamben Bay.
The waters of the Indo-Pacific are the richest and most diverse on the planet. Divers can find rare critters such as ghost pipefishes, pygmy seahorses, thousands of different species of nudibranchs, and Tiger and Harlequin shrimps, as well as many species of sharks and rays, including Mantas, and the weird and wonderful Mola-Mola (Ocean sunfish), which come up to recreational diving depths between the months of July and November.
Annabel Thomas, founder and owner-operator of AquaMarine Diving – Bali, said:
“There is no wonder our Best of Bali Dive Safaris are extremely popular. We know so many divers enjoy not just the diving around Bali, but also like to spend time taking in some of the other attractions Bali offers. Our Safaris offer a balanced blend of the two, which we hope will encourage even more visitors to come to Bali. Indonesian visa regulations allow tourists to extend their 30 days Visa on Arrival by another month, giving them the opportunity to also explore some other, more off the beaten track parts of Indonesia.”