THE BEST DIVE SITES FOR STARTING
The Sanur Dive site are just 300m from the shore. Just few minutes ride by boat. These are the most accessible dive site in Bali . For the diver who doesn’t have much time, or must perform training for our PADI courses.
Channel Point, Penjor Reef and Jeladi Wilis offer a bit different bottom composition each of them. There is a lot of marine life to see and those dive sites are ideal for beginner and experienced divers who seek adventure not far from civilization.
Scuba diving Sanur
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Channel Point is another surprise for divers. The access is really easy, 5 minutes boat. At Channel Point, you will discover exotic coloured fishes. This dive site is about providing you with a perfect location to have a good training as well as snorkelling. Currents can sometime be strong but we will guarantee a enjoyable time.
What to see
Channel Point’s marine life includes nudibranchs, moray eels, blue-spotted rays, sea snakes, and lionfish. This site has a large number of corals of different formations and colors. Seahorses, mantis shrimp, and blue-ringed octopus are some of the smaller interesting life forms that can be found here.
Only 15 minutes by boat. Penjor Reef is one of the more popular dive sites in Bali, Indonesia. The coral reef slopes down and is full of diverse, healthy, mature corals and sponges. The macro life is abundant here and makes diving into a great experience, even on a day with less than average visibility.
What to see
Different types of colorful nudibranchs, moray eels, snake eels, clownfish, sweetlips, sea snakes, butterflyfish, and blue-spotted stingrays can be seen at Penjor Reef. Sea turtles and whitetip sharks occasionally visit this reef.
The Jeladi Wilis is a perfect site for beginner divers just off the southwest coast of Bali, and is often used for diving courses. Its coral reef slopes down and is filled with healthy colorful coral formations and is teeming with marine life.
What to see
Divers will have a chance to explore a great variety of different types of corals on pinnacle and table formations at Jeladi Wilis. Scorpionfish, lionfish, cuttlefish, octopi, nudibranchs, shiny pufferfish, and blue-spotted stingrays are some of the smaller creatures that can be seen here.