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About the shore based diving

Indonesia has a rare diversity of marine life and dive sites. With around 17 000 islands scattered over a large area around the equator you can imagine the great variety underneath the surface. Bali is one of these islands and with its excellent resorts, good quality gear and lots of culture and shopping it is surprisingly not the most popular destination for a dive trip.

You can go diving at Bali year-round but the peak-season stretches from March-June and Septmber-December. The visibility and weather/the weather conditions can be a little less good/worse during January-February when the rainy season is on / during the rainy season in January and February. The northwest part of the island is generally the most dry part / driest.

Tulamben on the eastcoast of Bali is a well known diving destination. It offers a good combination of reefs and wrecks. You can also take a day trip to the famous Nusa Penida for a chance to dive with Mola molas (sunfish) and manta rays. The northwestern part of Bali also offers a lot for divers, for example Pemuteran Bay where you find Menjangan Island and its protected marine park. A trip to Bali is not quite complete without a visit to Ubud. We strongly recommend you to spend some nights in these spectacular surroundings and beautiful nature.

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