Holidays to Bali can be an extraordinary experience. The island is small in size but offers great attraction without stopping. The enchanting nature of Bali is also home to many temples, views of rice fields to the wild and exotic beaches. Bali’s tropical climate warms anyone who runs away from cold weather. Bali is perfect for beach activities, whether it’s sunbathing, surfing or diving. When many surfing annual matches are held for world surfers, diving is no less popular to be included in the best ranks of Bali diving spots with underwater scenery that is able to make the world amazed.
Bali diving spots, Bali’s underwater charms are increasingly popular in the eyes of the world. A list of local dive operators shows themselves offering the best experience throughout your holiday in Bali. Worth it if Bali is included in your next vacation schedule. Or even, your holidays soon. Diving in Bali offers pure, sparkling waters as a spectacular experience. There are many spectacular Bali diving spots for all levels of diving, no matter whether you are a beginner or a professional diver.
Bali Indonesia diving has become a meeting place for divers from all over the world. The best thing is to preserve Bali diving spots that are carried out by all local and international divers continuously. Professional instructors are ready to bring world divers to explore Bali’s best dive spots.
Tracing Shipwrecks In Bali Diving Spots
2 Bali diving spots that offer the charm of World War II shipwrecks, Tulamben and Amed. In Tulamben, you will be invited to explore the wreck of the U.S.A.T Liberty ship that came to Indonesia which was shot by the Japanese. In 1963, U.S.A.T Liberty dragged lava into the water with a depth of 10-28 meters due to the eruption of Mount Agung. As a result of natural factors, U.S.A.T Liberty was split into two.
Amed is considered one of Bali’s special diving spots with the charm of Japanese shipwrecks which sank during World War II. Entering the ranks of the world’s best maritime tourism, the Japanese shipwreck has become a home for beautiful marine life and coral reefs. Clearwater with gentle waves will be safe enough for beginner divers. For professional divers, can dive deeper and enjoy the sight of Japanese shipwrecks on the amazing Bali diving spots.
Side by side with Mola-Mola and Manta Pari
Mola-mola is the largest bony fish in the world weighing up to 2000 kg, with a length of 3.5 meters. There are not many maritime tours around the world that can see sunfish up close. Bali diving spots in Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan offer the charm of giant species between July – October. At the Crystal Bay dive site, Mola-mola often appeared and entrusted the perfect dive.
Towards Nusa Penida, precisely at the Manta Point spot, you will see a giant Manta Pari. It is recommended to follow the instructions of the dive operator instructor for safe diving. These two points of Bali diving spots have attracted the attention of the world and become the destination of professional divers.