Pemuteran and Menjangan
Pemuteran is on the north coast and our top choice when it comes
to learning to dive in Bali.
This semi-remote part of the island offers a large contrast to
Bali's busier south coast and is the gateway to the incredible dive
sites of Menjangan Island. In total, this region has 15 dive sites
suitable for beginners and advanced divers.
Reborn Reef, Deep Middle Reef and Temple Wall are just some of
the dive sites you might encounter as a new diver. Reborn Reef in
Pemuteran is an easy shore dive between zero and 20 metres. As the
name suggests, you'll be diving on an artificial reef, with
creatures such as parrot fish, anemone fish and nudibranchs.
Deep Middle Reef is Pemuteran's only wall-like dive, five
minutes by boat from the shore at depths of between six and 30
metres. Unlike Reborn Reef, here you'll have the chance to
encounter larger animals like turtles and sharks. Temple Wall is a
wonderful beginner site in Menjangan National Park, with a steep
wall encrusted with vibrant corals and sea fans at depths of
between 12 to 40 metres.
Tulamben, on Bali's east coast, has clear and calm waters,
making it a fantastic place for learning to dive. You can dive
there throughout the year, but during the rainy season (December to
March) visibility may decrease, and big waves between August and
September can make shore entry more difficult.
There are dive sites all along the Tulamben coast, from shallow
reefs that are perfect for beginners to the renowned USAT
Liberty Wreck, which is a brilliant first wreck dive. For new
divers, we love the Tulamben Coral Garden, a shore dive with
healthy corals, bumphead parrotfish and small whitetip reef
With countless beginner dive sites, Bali is a top choice for new
divers. Whether you want to purely focus your time on learning to
dive in Bali or balance diving with exploring the island's top
attractions, our expert team can help you with planning the perfect