Diving Day Trips
Calm waters for all levels or challenging but unforgettable spots, we have choices for all!! In just one day you will have the chance to see colorful corals, surprising and most well-known marine life.
Our 2-3 days packages were tailored for whom wish to get the best of our diving trips. Choose your package according to your expectations and level. From the pick up to the drop off including the night in a lovely resort, you will leave with incredible memories.
We have created our safaris so that you can enjoy all the beauty that Bali offers us without missing anything. You will be guided around the island of the Gods, in a relaxed and pleasant atmosphere, between beautiful paysayges and unusual marine life.
About Diving in Bali
Bali has 15 diving Destinations that offer a lot a variety in diving style … from relative fresh waters to tropical temperature, from still too strong current, from macro critters to giant creatures like mantas, mola-mola and sharks. There is a lot to explore, would you be a beginner or an experienced diver seeking for some new discoveries. Reef, walls, canyons, caves, wrecks and artificial reefs, Bali has it all.
The weather in Bali is tropically warm and almost constant. Daily high air temperature varies from 30-32 C, and nightly lows are from 24-26C (the mountains are significantly cooler). Temperatures change little, yet the patterns of wind and rain in Bali create two distinct seasons. The dry season is from May to September, and the wet or rainy season is from November to March. If we can dive all year round in Bali, a great period for diving in Penida and Amuk Bay is from June to October, when the level of the water rises and the molas and the other pelagics appear and once encounters very cold water. The normal sea temperature range of between 26-28 degrees can drop below 20.
The moon exerts a strong influence on the tide. Full and new moon, when the moon and sun are aligned, produce the spring tides, highest highs and lowest lows tides. First and last quarter moon, produce more moderate tides. At many of Bali’s dive sites, the tide has a stronger effect on dive conditions then seasons. Knowing your tide-table can really make a huge difference as you will have ideal conditions on the right tide, whenever the season.
About the Coral Triangle
The Coral Triangle is a geographical term so named as it refers to a roughly triangular area of the tropical marine waters. This region encompasses portions of two biogeographic regions: the Indonesian-Philippines Region, and the Far Southwestern Pacific Region. The Coral Triangle is recognized as the global centre of marine biodiversity.
The Coral Triangle is home to one-third of the world’s coral reefs, 75% of known coral species (~600 species of corals), nearly 3,000 species of fish, half of the world’s seagrass and marine mollusk species, 75% of known mangrove species, six of the world’s seven species of marine turtles and more than 22 species of marine mammals.
The Coral Triangle is also known for its incredible array of creatures that are endemic to the area. Some of the most unique and unbelievably-coloured animals are the nudibranchs. There are nearly 1400 species of nudibranchs and sea slugs. These beautiful creatures seem to have utilized every colour in the spectrum of visible light to decorate their flamboyant bodies.