Bali is one of the popular holiday destinations and also a haven for divers. Indonesia’s most famous island has such a wide choice of dive sites that it attracts tourists from all over the world. Although it is known for its beautiful beaches and scenic beauty, the real charm of the island lies underwater, which not only gives you the experience of the mesmerizing aquatic life, but also surrounds you with tranquility. So let’s take a look at the exciting dive sites in Bali:
- Lipah Bay
Aside from the captivating marine life, when choosing Lipah Bay as a dive site, you will witness the World War II Japanese patrol boat resting peacefully on the bottom. The destruction of the boat and its wreckage supports beautiful corals and aquatic animals.
- Crystal Bay
Offering divers and snorkelers a breathtaking view of hundreds of tropical fish and enchanting corals, Crystal Bay is located between the islands of Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida. The favorite spot for water sports enthusiasts is often sheltered from strong currents.
- Gili Tepekong, Mimpang and Biaha
The sea near these three small islands is the most challenging place for daring divers around the world and is home to many sharks as well as large blackjacks and the bony ocean sunfish. All these three islands are quite close to each other, so you can cover them all together.
- Seraya Secrets, Tulamben
Tulamben, home to the USAT Liberty that sank during World War II, is an absolute delight for divers and photographers. Although the historic vessel has lured many, only a few experienced divers have the privilege of witnessing it all down to the bottom.
- Blue Lagoon
Why should the novices skip the mind-boggling experience of witnessing Bali’s rich marine life? The Blue Lagoon is intended for such beginners as it is a shallow coral reef, making it perfect for fresher people. It has calm and shallow water and beautiful coral.
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