Bali is well known as having some of the best diving spots in the world for fun dives.

Diving Season

The dive season is year round in Bali although conditions do vary from time to time and location to location. December to March is rainy season (although most days it doesn’t rain at all) and there are fewer scuba divers around. Visibility is sometimes a little reduced around the north and west of the island, but is still great most days and certainly good enough for diving.

The best conditions to dive in Tulamben can be found between early April to July, October and November. It is dry season during these months and visibility can reach a spectacular 40 meters at this time of year.

The diving around Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida is good all year round and visibility is generally 20-30 metres. Water temperatures are usually 25-26°C except during Mola Mola season when it can drop to the low 20’s. Sunfish, sharks and other large pelagics are best spotted between June and September which is also the time when seas might be both disturbed and enriched by the monsoon winds. The best time to see mantas is from April until June, although they are present all year round. There is plenty of other marine life around all year though, like turtles, sharks and many many species of smaller fish. Whales, dolphins and whale sharks can be spotted on very special occasions on the deeper sites like Nusa Penida and Tepekong.

These are some of the amazing diving spots that you will find here, but this is by no means an exhaustive list. If you want to book a fun dive trip to diving spots not listed here, please contact us and we will be happy to arrange.