- Lovina Reef
During our diving or snorkeling activities you are always under the guidance of a highly trained professional. So you can be sure to have enjoyable days exploring the amazing underwater world that Bali offers. The most interesting variety of marine life. Combined with stunning views during our trips.
- Menjangan Island
Menjangan Diving or the Menjangan Dive is the best location to have the wall diving and wreck diving in Bali. In addition, Menjangan Island is located 30 minutes from mainland Bali by local boat and it offers the warm water with the amazing visibility up to more than 50 meters.
This tiny island is a one hour drive from Lovina and then a 30 minutes boat trip from the mainland. As part of Bali Barat National Park, Menjangan Island is well known for its magnificent underwater world.
A beautiful coral bottom and a spectacular deep water coral reef wall provide a variety of dive sites to choose from. Good conditions and excellent visibility also make this an interesting site for snorkelling or simply relaxing on the white sandy beaches.
Choose from one of these sites. Or ask us what else we can mean for you to make your diving or snorkelling programme the way you like it. Your safety is our business!
- Pemuteran Dive
Enjoy the beautiful Pemuteran Dive Site as well in which you can witness the wonderful underwater world with its healthy coral, various colorful fishes and sea creatures up to the underwater temple. Pemuteran Diving will be one of the most unforgettable diving moment of yours in Bali.
- Tulamben Shipwreck
The USAT Liberty is directly situated near the beach on Bali’s northeast coast – literally a short walk from the front door of Tulamben Wreck Divers. The 120m long wreck rests on a 90 degree angle with the deck facing the open sea and used to be an American supply ship.
Anchored off the coast of Lombok, the ship was hit by a Japanese torpedo during World War II. Miraculously nobody got hurt, but the damage turned the ship into a non-functioning and useless hull.
The American Navy’s plan to tow the ship to Singaraja harbour (north Bali) failed as the harbour was completely occupied, so the ship was intentionally stranded on the rocky beach of Tulamben, where it was unloaded.