Tulamben was an anonymous fishing village in the dry lands of Karangasem, in the northeast coast of Bali, for a long period. Its beach has black sand and is covered by smooth, fist-size rocks. Tulamben dive sites are without a doubt a unique experience. The trip normally takes approximately one hour and a half or two hours. Pay attention to road, keep your camera ready and be amazed of the beauty that is Bali.
Diving around Nusa Penida is just fantastic! The island of Nusa Penida is known world-wide for manta rays and mola mola, which are more commonly known as sun fish. Nusa Penida is the least populated of the islands of the three Nusas on the east of Bali. The islands Nusa Lembongan and Ceningan are more developed, with their beautiful white sand beaches and their numerous seaweed farms, producing enough for food production and to be exported for cosmetics. Mola mola…
Padang Bai and Blue Lagoon dive sites are situated on the east coast of Bali, a fifty-minute drive from Sanur. This area gives scuba divers great choices, from the calm waters of Blue Lagoon, which is suitable for those trying diving for the first time, to Jepun, Turtle Neck or Jetty. Other Dive Sites include Gili Tepekong and Gili Mimpang which require divers to be very proficient and experienced in dealing with unpredictable currents. Scuba Diving in Padang Bai is…