Nusa Penida

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Nusa Penida is off the coast of Bali, It takes about 3 minutes to the  beach from our dive center here in Sanur and another 45 minutes boat riding to the Island. You will have a big chance to see The Manta Ray which always swim around it’s cleaning station at the Manta Point. We also have Crystal bay which very famous for the Mola (Sun Fish) sighting (Mola Season Ideally on July – October), but if we are extremely lucky we could see it apart from the season. As for the other sites most of them will be drift diving which are around the northern side of Nusa Penida Island. You will be back at our dive center around 4.00 – 4.30 pm. As this area can be affected by strong currents we require a minimum of 30 logged dives for all fun divers.

Manta Point
Manta Point on the southwest of Nusa Penida is another of Bali’s most frequently visited dive sites regardless of session or climate for manta rays. Here, divers can enjoy close encounters with many of these majestic animals whether snorkelling or diving all year round. Tides and conditions can vary in this area due to its exposed position to the and the Indian Ocean making it a great place to enjoy other pelagics such as reef sharks, tuna and other larger fish.

Crystal Bay
Crystal Bay is situated on the west coast of Nusa Penida and is one of the most famous dive sites in Bali. The stunning hard coral gardens and huge coral bommies provide an excellent environment for fish and other marine life. Here you can spot an array of angelfish, butterfly fish, anthias, garden eels, tuna, sharks, surgeonfish, and schooling bannerfish near the edge of the drop off. If you are lucky you can have close encounters with the great mola-mola when in season. Crystal Bai topography makes it an ideal location for you to complete your PADI Deep Speciality letting you reach the reactional diver limits.

PED Temple, SD
Two great dive sites located on the north coast of Nusa Penida, the long coral reef offers great drift diving and snorkeling. The reef has a host of soft and staghorn corals, barrel sponges, also many species of fish, such as batfish, moorish idols, lionfish, scorpionfish, pufferfish, moray eels, sweetlips and Napoleon wrasse. With visibility around 20-25m there is a good chance of seeing large pelagics such as eagle rays, tuna, barracuda, reef sharks, and sometimes even Mola-Mola.

This popular drift dive is located on the north coast of Nusa lembongan Island, next to Nusa Penida. The shallows are full of rich coral covered by colourful reef fish such as anthias, batfish, sweetlips, butterflyfish and boxfish. Deep down on the slope you may have the chance to see larger pelagics such as barracudas, dogtooth tuna, giant trevally, and eagle rays. At slack tide, when there is no current, you can hunt for smaller creatures such as blue ribbon eels, mantis shrimp, lobster, porcelain crabs, orangutan crabs and various nudibranch.

Dive Package
That price already includes for :

  • 3 Dives
  • Equipment hire
  • Certified Dive Guide
  • Lunch, soft drinks and towels
  • Ticket entry and porter fee
  • Transfer hotel area Sanur, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak and Nusa Dua


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