Diving Bali Map

Padang Bai

This is one of Bali's best kept secrets, a great area for all levels of divers, from beginners through to experienced photographers. Bias Tugel, is good for nudibranchs, Turtle and Shark encounters, around some of the best formed table corals in Bali. Blue Lagoon, This area is home to some of the most abundant and versatile sea life in Bali, ranging from Giant Angelfish, Moorish idols, Sweetlips and often sharks and turtles. Ferry Channel, This dive site also has the opportunity to meet the fabled Mola Mola when the season is right and the water temperature is cold enough. Jepun, This is where a local fishing vessel was purposely sunk at 16 m+ to provide the beginnings of an artificial reef. Home of Giant Frogfish, Crocodile fish, Wobbegong shark, and Blue spotted rays
Current zero to mild
Visibility 15-20m on average
Depth range best to explore between 10-20m
Min. level All level
Access 1 hours by car from Sanur and 5 minutes by boat
Trip duration 8 hours
 
Diving Bali Map Ferry Channel Blue Lagoon Bias Tugel Jepun

Padang Bai

This is one of Bali's best kept secrets, a great area for all levels of divers, from beginners through to experienced photographers. Bias Tugel, is good for nudibranchs, Turtle and Shark encounters, around some of the best formed table corals in Bali. Blue Lagoon, This area is home to some of the most abundant and versatile sea life in Bali, ranging from Giant Angelfish, Moorish idols, Sweetlips and often sharks and turtles. Ferry Channel, This dive site also has the opportunity to meet the fabled Mola Mola when the season is right and the water temperature is cold enough. Jepun, This is where a local fishing vessel was purposely sunk at 16 m+ to provide the beginnings of an artificial reef. Home of Giant Frogfish, Crocodile fish, Wobbegong shark, and Blue spotted rays
Current zero to mild
Visibility 15-20m on average
Depth range best to explore between 10-20m
Min. level All level
Access 1 hours by car from Sanur and 5 minutes by boat
Trip duration 8 hours