Diving

Eco Dive In Amed

 

AMED

Jemeluk beach  2 dives USD 75
Bunutan  2 dives USD 80
Gili selang  2 dives USD 85
 
TULAMBEN

Wreck/wall  2 dives USD 75
Kubu/Seraya  2 dives USD 80
Batu kelebit  2 dives USD 85


PADI Courses
Scuba diver 2 days/4 dives  USD 275
Open water diver 3 days/6 dives  USD 375


- Includes transports from Amed and Tulamben, Diving equipement, diving quide.

Atlantis International In Sanur

 

Amed 2 dives USD 120
Gili 2 dives USD 145
Menjangan 2 dives USD 145
Nusa Penida/Lembongan 2 dives USD 155
Manta point 2 dives USD 155
Padang bai 2 dives USD 120
Tulamben 2 dives USD 110


PADI Courses 

Discover scuba dive USD 135
Scuba diver 2 days/2 dives USD 299
Open water diver 3-4 days USD 499
Advanced open water 2 days USD 390
Rescue diver 2-3 days USD 395


- Transports from Sanur, kuta, seminyak, nusa dua, tanjung benoa and jimbaran. Lunch + water (day trips), insurance, diving equipement and diving guide.

One of the most beautiful islands in the world, Bali is Indonesia's most popular dive holiday destination. Many visitors find the attraction of good shore-based resort divingset against a stunning back drop of huge, magnificent volcanoes and picturesque rice paddy terraces, simply irresistible.

 

The waters of this island are surprisingly unheralded. Bali scuba diving isn't simply the holiday 'extra' that some people might imagine. Previously the preserve of surfers and beach holiday types, nowadays the island sees an increasing number of tourists hauling dive bags around.

 

Indeed, one of the greatest features of Bali are the incredibly rich and varied dive sites. Deep drop-offs and steep banks, coral ridges and bommies, one of the most famous wrecks in the world, volcanic outcrops and seagrass beds are all part of the underwater tapestry. With its colourful and diverse marine life, there's enough here to keep you coming back for more.

 

To the east of the island lies the Lombok Strait, the first deep water trench directly to the east of the Asian continental shelf. Through this channel flows the greatest volume of tidal water on earth. This Pacific Ocean can create some powerful currents and rollercoaster rides that characterise some of the dive sites. It also means regular visits from large and unusual pelagic fish like the incredible mola mola, or sunfish. The strong currents can also clean the water and create fantastic visibility.

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