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December 18, 2013

Its that time of year again when you pack your bags and head to Bali for the Christmas season.  Here at Dive In Bali would like to offer you a gift of a 15% discount on all our prices ( ends 7th January 2014 ). Do not forget that you can still come an complete […]

Welcome to DIB

DIB – Dive in Bali

Established in 2009, takes the hassle out of diving. By limiting diver numbers we are able to focus on our job, keeping you safe and happy. Dive sites around Bali are world renowned for diving, with water from the Pacific and Indian Ocean mixing together, along with upwellings from the deep waters to the south of Bali all combining to give one of the largest variety of aquatic species found in one place anywhere on the planet.

Bali is one of the most sort out travel destinations in the world, and top island destination. Bali is Indonesia’s most important tourism hot spot and Scuba Diving in Bali is some of the most popular in Indonesia, with both boat and shore based diving provided by hotels, resorts and dive centers around the island. With its Volcanic peaks, blinding green rice paddies, teeming coral reefs, and warmhearted people, Bali is simply too irresistible to miss.

Bali has the pleasure of sitting on one side of the Lombok Strait, and it is here that we have one of the greatest tidal flows on earth, part of the Indonesian Through-flow, responsible for exchanges of water between the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean. This is a very nutrient rich area, giving rise to a very vibrant and diverse marine ecosystem.

Bali is home to the world famous Liberty wreck. Torpedoed by the Japanese in 1942, beached in Tulamben and subsequently rolled into the sea by earth tremors from the Gunung Agung eruption in 1963, she is now one of the most easily accessible wreck dives in the World.

Bali is also a regular hangout for the incredible Mola Mola, know by many other names around the world from Sunfish, Moonfish to swimming head. July to September is the time to try and see these oceanic beauties.

Counting Pygmy Seahorses in Amed Bay, spotting the Frog fish on the Jupun, finding yourself face too face with a cuttlefish in Blue Lagoon, join the sharks for a rest in Gili Biaha, be overshadowed by Manta at Manta Point or just watch the view as you drift along in Nusa Penida. Whatever your fancy, Bali has it all.

From our purpose built training pool in Seminyak, ( map ) where we offer free Scuba Try outs, and free scuba tune ups, to our Padang Bay based speed boat, we are able to offer you the best of Bali, under the waves.

Join us blowing bubbles soon.

 

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