Diving in Nusa Penida means discovering a unique and wonderful diversity.
Exploring the seabed around Bali is a dream for many divers around the world.
On the north and east of the Island of Bali, and especially on the neighbouring island of Nusa Penida, the diving spots are preserved and offer an important biodiversity.
For beginners and experienced divers alike, Bali is the ideal diving destination.
On a sandy bottom, on drop offs, in the middle of the deep blue, come and dive with manta rays, barracudas, karangs, turtles, black tip sharks, without forgetting all the other tropical fish and coral…
Just as the island’s relief and coastlines are rich and different, and offer your dive a different landscape each time, the seabed is also extremely varied.
Nusa Penida – Small Sunda Islands
In 2010, a large maritime area including Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Penida was officially declared a Protected Area.
The waters are home to a rich and wild life of nearly 300 coral species and more than 570 species of reef fish. Moon fish, manta rays, black tip and bamboo sharks, tuna, schools of barracuda, you are not dreaming, all these species are well visible in Nusa Penida!
Diving sites in the north of the island
These sites are accessible in a few minutes, from Temple Dive Center beach. These are often drift dives. The current can be more or less strong depending on the weather conditions.
- The drop of PED
- The drop of Sekola Desa (SD)
Diving sites west of the island
These sites are known worldwide for the incredible visibility they offer.
- Crystal Bay
- Cenningan wall
- Blue corner
Diving sites south of the island
To live through a walking dream in complete safety and serenity with the Manta rays!
- Secret Manta
- Manta Point
Diving sites east of the ISLAND
Sites that have not yet been explored, but have loads of treasures to be discovered. It is at the Malibu Point site that schools of dolphins are often seen !