Menjangan is located in North West Bali and is part of the Bali National Park which covers 19,000 hectares. It is the furthest site of Sanur (4h drive).
This western side of the island offers white sand beaches with clear and calm waters practically all year round. Diving is accessible to all levels.
24 to 28°C
Near Gilimanuk, this dive site is a small bay of about 2 km in shallow water (maximum 10 meters) containing two small islands and a few mangroves. It is also an underwater nursery for many fish. The best time to dive is at rising tide.
This site is ideal for macro and photography because it contains many rare species including gobies, nudibranchs, crustaceans, seahorses, batfish and other organisms... Finally, Secret Bay is a site of "Muck Diving" with few corals. So be careful with your fins to maintain good visibility.
26 to 28°C
Located 1km from Sererit and 13 km west of Lovina, this site was recently discovered but is already well known for macro dives and photography enthusiasts. You will find a lot of anemones and very little coral. You will have the opportunity to meet octopus, mimick octopus, blue-ringed octopus, signates, gobies, anemone shrimps, cuttlefish, various crabs, garden eels, nudibranchs, worms, fish devils, seahorses and other wonders of the world of the little ones...
26 to 28°C
It is one of the three major diving islands in Bali with many dive sites such as Coral Gardens, Temple Point, Bat Cave, Eel Gardens, Anchor Wreck...
This island offers you splendid dives on very colorful and rich dykes. Here you will meet white tip sharks, black or reef sharks, dogtooth tuna, turtles, groupers and a multitude of reef fish.
The site "Garden Eels" is known for its garden eels. If you dive in Nitrox, this is one of the best places to enjoy its benefits and extend the dive.