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Why You Need to Go for Scuba Diving Bali in 2022

There’s always something special about Bali. This marvellous island is home to some of the most stunning beaches, breathtaking rice terraces and landscapes, rich and preserved cultural heritage, and scrumptious local and international dishes. After all, the island is known as the “Island of the Gods” for solid reasons. But there’s something more about the underwater—and it’s going to suck your oxygen tank dry from simply thinking about it. Here’s why you need to include scuba diving in Bali for your 2022 travel plan and why you’ll love every second of it. 

Bali is the Perfect Scuba Diving Destination for All Levels

Bali’s dive locations are suitable for both novice and experienced divers. Consider Bali to be the sushi train of scuba diving. There are simple selections as well as more lavish ones that are only consumed by the gastronomically daring. Bali, like the famous sushi train, offers a variety of sites to explore at your leisure. You can enjoy any snorkeling and diving experiences in Bali; from shore dives to deep-sea drift experiences, muck diving to wooden wrecks.

The Crazy Rich Biodiversity of Marine Life You Can See Underwater!

Bali is situated in the “Coral Triangle,” which, as its name suggests, is a region rich in coral reefs and home to the world’s richest marine biodiversity. Diving in Bali allows you to see healthy and diverse coral reefs, magnificent gorgonians, and a variety of sponges, as well as hundreds of tropical fish species.

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Amazing Muck Diving and Macro Life!

Bali is a volcanic island with great muck and macro diving options for underwater photographers, as well as various shore dive sites that are ideal for beginners. The waters of Bali are teeming with colorful little creatures for macro and underwater photographers. Open your eyes and look for ghost fish, leaf fish, frog fish, pygmy seahorses, fiery cuttlefish, and even the mimic octopus. You might also expect to come across unusual nudibranch species that will make excellent photo subjects.

More Dive Sites to Dive Than You Can Visit in One Trip

Do you know that Bali has over forty dive sites scattered along the island and in the nearby Nusa Penida, Ceningan, and Lembongan? From the famous Tulamben with its majestic wreck in shallow depth to the Shark Cave in secluded Gili Tepekong, Bali never runs out of dive sites. A number of dive spots may be found around the island’s east coast as well as in the northwest. Dive destinations on Nusa Penida and the neighboring tiny islands are also easily accessible from Bali. You will need more than one trip to explore every amazing dive sites that this island treasures. 

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One of Few Places in the World to See the Rare and Perplexing Mola Mola Sunfish

The Mola Mola is the largest and most adorable – but undeniably the ugliest – star of Bali’s aquatic realm. Mola Molas, also known as Ocean Sunfish, are abundant in Bali. These wide-eyed and gaping-mouthed fish, which are often compared to huge swimming heads, grow to enormous sizes and weigh more than any other bony fish in the water – adult Mola can weigh up to 1000 kilograms.

The Sunfish, as its name suggests, enjoy catching some rays on the ocean’s surface—even when they spend most of its life in the ocean’s twilight zone. And with so many blue-sky days, Bali is the ideal destination for these Vitamin D seekers!