Diving Bali – Guide to Bali’s best dive sites
Swim with giant sunfish in the waters around Nusa Lembongan, explore the 120-meter-long USAT Liberty wreck at Tulamben, be amazed by the diversity in corals at Menjangan Island or explore one of Bali’s other excellent dive sites. Bali has diving that will thrill any diver.
A lot of the content in this guide can be found in our free e-book on diving Bali, so if you want to be able to take this guide with you, you can download it here: E-book on diving Bali.
Where to dive in Bali
Most of the dive sites are located on the north coast and the east coast or on some of the islands off those two coasts. Diving in Bali is diverse, so no matter your skill level or your interest you are certain to find a dive site in Bali that suits you.
To help you to pick just the right place to dive for you, we have collected all you need to know in the table below. To read more about the individual dive destinations, click on the name of the destination in the table or use the navigation to the left.
Map of Bali’s major dive destinations
When to dive Bali
You can dive in Bali all year round, but some sites are better to dive at certain times of year.
If you are looking for sunfish, the dry season is the time of the year you should head to Bali, and on the north coast visibility can be a little reduced from December to March – for more details see the table below or in the descriptions of the individual destinations.