Situated in a tropical region (with position of 8 - 8.60 S and 114.25 - 115.45), Bali is laid between two biggest ocean : Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean. Its position also is laid between two biggest continents; Australian and Asia Continent. Dealing and encounter with the natural effects of those contionents and oceans to Bali, we are guided to understand how the sea around Bali is so beautiful and exotic.

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Diving Location

Sanur/Nusa Dua
Often used as a location for teaching diving because of it's close proximity to the tourist areas, there are some interesting coral formations, sponges and plentiful colorful fish on the reef at Sanur.
Candi Dasa
Batu Tiga (Three rocks) is accessed by boat from Candi Dasa or Padang Bai. With an average depth of 20m, the site is excellent for diving or snorkeling. The reef is steep and sloping with many corals. Some fish seen here include Red Snapper, Clown Trigger fish, and Blue Spotted Stingrays, Trivially, Morays and Whitetip Reef sharks.
Amed has excellent snorkeling just off the black sand beach and further out in the bay there is a coral wall with an abundance of sponges and hard and soft corals. Fish varieties include Black Snapper, Trigger fish, Surgeon fish, Unicorn fish, Parrot fish, Damselfish, Cardinalfish, Whitetip Reef Sharks and many larger varieties such as Dogtooth Tuna and Blue Finned Trivially.
One of Bali's most popular diving sites is the wreck of the US Liberty warship. The Japanese during World War II torpedoed it in the Lombok Strait. She was beached on Tulamben when rescue attempts failed. After the eruption of Mt. Agung in 1963 she broke in half and was left in her present position close to the shore of Tulamben.
This area has suffered a bit from dynamite fishing but great efforts have been made to stop further destruction. There is much coral available such as Elkhorn and Staghorn. There are many tropical reef fish and a profusion of Moorish Idol. There is also a turtle sanctuary located at Pemuteran with regular releases of turtles into the sea, which have been bred at the Sanctuary.
Menjangan Island (Deer Island)
There are a few dive sites to choose from at Menjangan with good conditions and excellent visibility. The snorkeling is excellent too. Menjangan also has a wreck, known as the "Anker" because of it has heavily encrusted anchor at the top of the reef. Fixed moorings have been built to prevent damage and the island is reached by a 30-minute boat ride from Labuan Lalang.
Nusa Penida
About one and half-hours from Bali by motor boat, Nusa Penida offers some truly spectacular and unspoiled diving and snorkeling. As there is not much development here, the reefs are pristine. An abundance of hard and soft corals makes a home for large amounts of tropical fish such as Angelfish and Clownish. Moray eels live in the crevices and Whitetip Reef Shark’s search for food at night and sleep by day under table corals.
Nusa Lembongan
The smaller island of Nusa Lembongan is a popular destination for day-trippers. At the northern end of the island, Mangrove Point, Crystal Bay and the Blue Comer Trip are all good diving sites. Some of the areas are for experienced divers only and look for Manta Point to the east where schools of Mantas come to the cleaning stations and to mate.
Padang Bai
This picturesque bay, surrounded by majestic cliffs and hills, offers excellent diving with a great variety of marine life. White sandy bottom and exceptionally clear cool water and there are over many species of hard corals, plus numerous species of soft corals, colorful reef.