Famously known as “Land of the Gods”, Bali upholds a rightful claim to be the paradise on earth. Rugged seacoasts and sandy beaches on the sides of looming volcanoes coupled with lush rice terraces, these natural richness draw up an idyllic setting to the colorful, spiritual and unique culture, which rightfully live up to the claim.
Bali is hailed one of the globally renowned island destinations with its world-class surfing and diving, myriad cultural, historical and archaeological attractions and extensive range of accommodations. From young back-packers to the high end patrons, Bali has something to offer to vast market of guests.
In this light, Bali has been termed “paradise” and “magical” time and again. A bewitching medley of sheer natural beauty and congenially hospitable folks with good reference to terrific surfing and diving, indeed Bali makes a good standing in the prime tourist destination list. After decades of its popularity, Bali continues to fascinate both domestic and international guests alike.
It is worthy to note that particularly captivating are dive sites around bali as they proffer outstanding underwater challenges with options range to suit beginners right through the advanced enthusiasts. Gear up for the serene reefs around Menjangan Island, the prominent wreck of USS Liberty at Tulamben and dramatic drift diving with spectacular encounter with manta rays and famed Mola Mola off Nusa Penida. These certainly lead off diving adventures Bali is noted for. It is an all year round diving destination with May to September as particularly the best period to go. Ultimately, Bali diving is in its full swing when divers gather from everywhere for the Mola Mola season end of July to October.
Best Time to Dive Bali
Bali has two distinctive seasons, wet from October to March and dry from April to September. Nonetheless, Bali is still popular destination even during wet season as the rains are mostly quick and come about at night.
Bali is an all year round diving destination but the best time to visit and dive is during dry season from April to September. All through these months, the weather is perfect for diving. End of July to October is particularly popular to divers as this is the season of the famed Mola-Mola or sun fish.
Getting there and around
To reach Bali Island, there are direct and connecting flights from major capitals of Asia such as Singapore, Bangkok, Hongkong and Australia via Ngurah Rai International Airport, also known as Denpasar Airport.
Bali may also be reached via land travel. There are buses which may be taken to get to the city from the airport, Java and Lombok. Taking cab is another option although it may cost a bit more pricey.
For faster travelling, ferry ride may be considered especially if coming from Gilimanuk to Ketapang.
Dive Site Family Diving Liveaboard Diving Wreck Diving Technical Diving Shore Diving 1. Biaha 2. Candi Dasa- Amuk Bay 3. Liberty Wreck
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All diver and non-diver packages are inclusive of land and sea transfers.
Check before you go
- Passport expiry date (most countries require at least six months prior to the expiry date)
- Visa requirements
- Travel Insurance (make sure coverage for Scuba Diving is included)
- Medical status (Visit your doctor if you are unsure)