Bali Diving Day Trips
We run Bali diving day trips to all the best dive sites around Bali. From the famous Liberty Wreck in Tulamben Village covered in corals and fish life, to the great dives sites around Nusa Penida to look for pelagic’s such as Mantas and the majestic Mola Sunfish. Bali also offers great muck dive sites for those who are passionate about these weird, yet wonderful creatures. No matter what your dive experience is, we will suggest and accommodate unforgettable Bali Scuba Diving day trips for you. Read more about our day trip destinations or if you plan to do multiple days of diving have a look at some of our most popular dive packages here
Bali Diving Day Trips Option
Nusa Penida Dive Trip
Nusa Penida offers some of Bali’s finest diving. The islands lie southeast of Bali, a 45-minute boat ride across the Badung Strait. The main attractions in Nusa Penida are common encounters with majestic Manta Rays and in season, the curious and very rare oceanic Mola sunfish, that comes close to the reef to visit their cleaning stations.
3 Dive Day Trip: IDR 2.950.000
Tulamben Dive Trip
Tulamben is one of Bali’s most famous diving areas, hosting many dive sites such as the US Liberty Wreck, Coral Garden and The Drop Off. All sites are reachable with easy access from the beach. The Liberty was used during WW I and WW II as a cargo-ship. After being torpedoed by the Japanese, The Liberty made its way to the shores of Tulamben.
Padang Bai Dive Trip
There is a great variety of dive sites for all experience levels, from drift dives over stunning reefs to critter hunting under the jetty. Chances to spot reef sharks, various stingrays and large schools of fish! For Macro lovers and underwater photographers, you can find leaf scorpionfish, ghost pipefish, sea-horses, many rare nudibranchs and the elusive frogfish.
Amed Dive Trip
Amed’s black volcanic sandy beaches offer magnificent coral gardens full of staghorn corals, schools of fish, turtles and bumphead parrotfish. The black sand provides an impressive contrast to the vibrant soft corals and reef fish. The slopes are home to some unusual marine life such as devil scorpionfish, frogfish and ghost pipefish of all colours.
Candidasa Dive Trip
These three mini rock islands that lie just offshore from Candidasa offer a good chance to see big pelagic species like manta rays and Mola sunfish (especially from June-October). At Shark Point, white tip reef sharks can be seen along with many schooling fish. Candidasa’s remarkably healthy reefs offer the dive sites a great diversity of fish life.
Menjangan Dive Trip
Menjangan island is part of the Bali Barat National Park. The water is clear and calm, with a wide variety of fish. For those who appreciate wall diving, the dive sites around Menjangan island are a must. The walls descend to varying depths and offer an abundance of Gorgonian fans and colourful reefs. Fringing the island are shallow reefs with beautiful corals.