Pura Ped dive site is not far from S.D. point dive site and it is pretty much the same kind of dive. It is a nice easy drift along a coral plateau with beautiful coral and with a good chance to see pelagic fishes as well as Manta rays ...read more.
Located on the far east of Nusa Penida, about as far as you can get from mainland Bali and is exposed to the open ocean and can experience extremely strong currents. Consequently both the hard and the soft corals are low-lying with ple...read more.
Vertigo Point located just off south east Nusa Penida, approx 40 mins boat journey from Padangbai, it is exceptionally rare to see another dive boat here, perhaps because the site is open onto the Lombok Strait, so the currents can be ...read more.
S.D. Point is nice and easy drift dive over a coral plateau around 12 to 18 m deep. The coral on this dive site is really beautifull and flying over without any effort is an incredible experience. On this dive as you cover a long dista...read more.
Very Good dive site but reserved to experienced divers as the current can be quite strong and downward. It is THE place to look for the famous Mola Mola (oceanic sunfish) during the season (August to October). The coral is also very be...read more.
Nusa Lembongan is a small island off the southeast coast of the main island of Bali. Fast becoming one of Balis most popular attractions, this island paradise is a world away from the hassle and hectic pace of South Bali. Neither hawke...read more.
This excellent dive site situated South of Gili Trawangan is great for marine life. It consists of a slope with nice coral and no current which makes it an easy dive site. The highlight of this dive site are the manta rays. The best ch...read more.
Nusa Penida is the largest, 17 km long, of 3 islands the others being Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan, that lie the other side of the Badung Strait from Bali east coast. The water here is fairly cold, due to a deep upwelling south...read more.
Blue Corner (aka Jurassic Point) is located at the end of Nusa Lembongan, the long thin island just north west of Nusa Penida, and is a very popular drift dive. Having done a back-roll off the boat, you descend to a slope which sta...read more.
Located on the islands north west point, Toyapakeh is one of the best dive sites around Nusa Penida. This is due to the site being partially protected from the current flowing through Ceningan Channel as well as the good visibility...read more.