The diversity of marine life and dive sites in Bali is unrivalled anywhere in the world. On any given day you could be diving with the huge and magnificent Ocean sunfish (Mola-Mola) and Manta rays around the waters of Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, and then the next day searching for tiny pygmy seahorses on the world-famous USAT Liberty shipwreck in Tulamben Bay off Bali’s northeast coast.
We recommend Eco Dive Bali, located in the remote fishing village of Amed (Northeast Bali), it's a great place to explore the magical island both above and below the water.
Owned by a PADI Master Instructor/SSI Instructor Trainer with over 35 years diving experience, including 15 years in Indonesia, and a team of local dive masters, Eco Dive offer dive trips to the best sites around Bali as well as a full range of courses from Open Water to Instructor. Their focus is upon preserving the natural beauty of Bali while sharing it with guests.
Amed, Bali is a culturally significant village that remains unspoilt by tourism. Traditional lifestyles still flourish and it is commonplace to see Balinese dancing on the beach, hear traditional music and watch fishermen sail outrigger canoes into the sunset.
Accommodation is available at Eco-Dive Bali Diving bungalows on Jemeluk Beach or via arrangement with other local hotels and resorts. Staff will help you find the perfect room for the best price and recommend restaurants and entertainment including trekking, temple excursions and day trips to all of Bali's best destinations.
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