Guided Dives

Even the most confident and experienced divers will often dive with a professional dive guide. Our local dive guides have years of experience diving all over Bali and the other nearby islands. Diving with an expert to guide you means you will get to visit the secrets each site has to offer with the peace of mind that a professional is taking care of you. Your guide will also be your personal photographer, making sure to take many photos for you to treasure and help remember your experience !

Not certified ? Not a problem.
Try scuba diving with a PADI Discover Scuba Diving experience below !

Bali Conservation Diving Tulamben USAT Liberty Shipwreck

Tulamben – Liberty Shipwreck

One of our most famous wrecks, the Liberty was hit in 1942. Ever since the eruption of Mount Agung in 1963 pushed it into the sea, it has has lain just off shore, at a depth of 3-29 metres. This 120m wreck is an underwater wonderland, and a must see when diving in Bali.

Bali Conservation Diving Kubu Boga Shipwreck

Kubu – Boga Shipwreck

The newest shipwreck diving site in Bali, sunk in only 2012. This mostly intact ship has some key points to look out for, such as the steering wheel, used dive tanks and even a VW car. A great array of life is around this 40 metre wreck, that lies between 16-39 metres deep.

Amed – Coral Wall

On the right of Jemeluk Bay is this peaceful and popular dive. The Wall lies between 12-22 metres deep, and boasts a beautiful array of sponges and corals.

Menjangan Island – Coral Wall

Located in the heart of the unspoiled West Bali National Park Conservation Area, the reefs here have drop offs up to 60 metres, and are teeming with life of every kind.

Bali Conservation Diving Nusa Penida Manta Point

Nusa Penida – Manta Point

As the name suggests, if you want a definite place to see Manta Rays, this is for you ! Manta Point contains two cleaning stations, one near a sandbar and the other by a coral plateau, and regularly boasts 10 or more Manta Rays at once, as well as a variety of other fish.

Bali Conservation Diving Nusa Penida Crystal Bay

Nusa Penida – Crystal Bay

If it’s Mola Mola you’re after, you’ve come to the right place, when diving here between July and October. The currents can be dangerous, so make sure to stick close to your guide!

Bali Conservation Diving Gili Islands Turtle Point

Gili Islands – Turtle Point

Just off the coast of the picturesque Gili Trawangan Island, is a place we guarantee you will dive amongst turtles.

Bali Conservation Diving Artificial Reef Deployment

Artificial Reef Diving

Do you want to see up close the work we have been doing with our conservation program ? Dive along the artificial structures we have been positioning to bridge the gap between live reef areas, and watch the quantity of life ebb and flow. Maybe you will be inspired to join our coral reef restoration program!

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PADI Discover Scuba Diver

Unsure whether scuba diving is your thing? Gently dip your toes in the water first ! PADI DSD dives are perfect for those who want to experience how it feels to breathe underwater and get a taste of what it’s like to be a scuba diver without a dive certification. If you want to dip your toes in the water and give scuba diving a try this is a great option.

The PADI Discover Scuba Diving (DSD) is a short try-diving experience that introduces you to the basics of scuba diving without certifying you as a diver. The PADI DSD program typically involves a detailed briefing on the effects of water pressure, underwater communication, equipment use, and diving safety. The first experience will be in pool-like conditions where you can comfortably get to grips with breathing and swimming efficiently in diving gear. You’ll also practice a few simple skills from the PADI Open Water Diver course. Through the DSD program, you will familiarise yourself with basic scuba gear including a mask, snorkel, fins, regulator, BCD, dive gauges, and a scuba tank. Most importantly, you will experience what it’s like to be a scuba diver and you will have an idea about whether you would like to continue your dive training with a PADI Open Water Diver course.

PrerequisitsMinimum age – 10 years
Must be able to swim.
Must be medically fit to dive.
Duration1 dive