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Villaku.com – Apart from being well-known for its arts and culture, Bali Island also possesses stunning underwater beauty that captivates divers. Diving is one of the most pleasurable sports performed under the sea because we can witness the underwater natural environment, which is stunning and breathtaking. There are numerous dive destinations in Bali. In reality, several tourist destinations in Bali have the top diving places in Bali due to their exquisite underwater beauty.

The following are recommendations for diving locations in Bali to visit:

1. Menjangan Island

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If you leave Denppasar, Menjangan Island is a little further away. It takes 3-4 hours to go reach Menjangan Island; first, head west through Negara Regency. Menjangan Island is located in the Gulf of Accept, specifically within the West Bali National Park. Menjangan Island is the greatest place to dive in Buleleng Regency.

Menjangan Island is well known for its wall diving activities. Wall diving is a deep-diving activity that involves following underwater cliffs. Menjangan Island’s sea cliffs range in depth from 20 to 60 meters.

Aside from that, Menjangan Island has many coral reefs with depths ranging from 10 meters. There are plenty of gorgonial fanfish. The seas here are relatively tranquil thus your visibility can reach 50 meters in favorable weather circumstances.

On the seabed of this island there are large species of barrel sponges and sea fans. Tuna, jackfish, batfish, angelfish, sea turtles, and sharks can all be found at this depth.

2. Tulamben Bali

Tulamben is a small settlement in the northeast of the island of Bali. Departing from Kuta in Bali, the trip distance is around 102 km and takes about 3 hours. Tulamben hamlet has benefited greatly from the growth of Indonesian tourism, particularly in Bali.

For those who enjoy diving and snorkeling, Tulamben is a must-see diving location in Bali. Tulamben is unique. What distinguishes Tulamben is the USAT (US Army Transport) type Liberty ship, which sank during World War II in 1942. The USAT Liberty shipwreck is located at a depth of 30 meters above sea level and is the premier diving destination in Tulumben.

Because the wreck has been in the sea for so long, all of the ship’s frames have rusted. Divers near the USAT Liberty ship can observe not only the wreck, but also other underwater life. Other marine biota include coral reefs, ornamental fish, plankton, seaweed, and so on.
If you visit Bali, you must include Tulamben in your itinerary.

If you want to dive and snorkel in the Tulamben area, Tulamben Scuba is the finest option. To make a reservation in advance, please contact Tulamben Scuba through their official website.

3. Pemuteran Beach

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Pemuteran Beach is the world’s best coral reef nursery. This beach is located on the northwest coast of Bali, providing a quiet and peaceful escape from the rush and bustle of the city. Pemuteran Beach boasts stunning underwater beauty and is ideal for diving and snorkeling. Pemuteran Beach is in the Singaraja Regency. It is around 30 kilometers from Gilimanuk Harbor or 55 kilometers from Denpasar.

The most intriguing aspect of Pemuteran Beach is its underwater beauty. Pemuteran Beach has an outstanding underwater temple. This location gained international recognition in 2010 when divers breached the underwater temple entrance, which was captured by photographer Paul M Turley of England and shared on social media, particularly Twitter and the internet.

Snorkeling and diving are two activities you can perform. When snorkeling here, you can encounter table corals, lionfish, and lobsters. Because of the clean water, you can see 80% of the coral reef species and explore other underwater beauty while diving on this beach.

4. Crystal Bay

Crystal Bay is a stunning beach on the island of Nusa Penida in Bali. Crystak Bay is especially known for its stunning sunsets, and the beach is popular for diving and snorkeling. Crystal Bay is one of the top diving and snorkeling destinations on Nusa Penida. Here you can find coral reefs and marine life. You can also see turtles. However, if you dive or snorkel here, be careful because the current can be really powerful.

Crystal Bay is also one of the most popular diving places on the island of Nusa Penida Bali during the summer, as it offers the opportunity to witness the famed Mola Mola. If you meet face to face with a large fish while diving, it will be an unforgettable experience! It has a diameter of more than three meters and weighs more than one ton. During the summer, as the water cools, it returns from its normal depth to the ocean’s surface, which is 25 to 30 meters.

5. Serangan Island

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Serangan Island Bali is enchanting. Attack Island has a rich history that can broaden tourists’ horizons. Serangan Island is around 13 km from Ngurah Rai Airport.

Serangan Island is noted for its conservation of unique turtles. Turtle Park Attack features a variety of exotic turtle species and allows visitors to witness the process of turtles laying their eggs. Serangan Island has also become a popular diving and snorkeling destination. This island has stunning underwater scenery, including a diverse range of marine biota and breathtaking coral reefs.

How? Are you considering diving in Bali based on previous recommendations?

If you visit Bali, make sure to check out the water attractions and unique tourist attractions.