Nusa Penida

All4Diving Indonesia is ready to give you the best diving experience in Indonesia

Would you like to dive in Bali? We run daily trips in the best dive sites around Bali that are known to be some of the best worldwide. From the famous Liberty Wreck in Tulamben Village to the great pelagic such as The Giant Manta Ray and The Majestic Mola-Mola in Nusa Penida Island. Bali also offers some muck sites for those passionate with small and weird creatures that you can’t find in the usual coral reef area. No matter what your experience is, Bali has it all. All4Diving Indonesia is ready to give you the best diving experience in Indonesia.

Dive Sites In Nusa Penida

Crystal Bay Mola Mola bali Nusa Penida

Crystal Bay

Crystal Bay is situated on the west coast of Nusa Penida and is one of the most famous dive sites in Bali. The stunning hard coral gardens and huge coral bommies provide an excellent environment for fish and other marine life. Here you can spot an array of angelfish, butterfly fish, anthias, garden eels, tuna, sharks, surgeonfish, and schooling bannerfish near the edge of the drop off. If you are lucky you can have close encounters with the great mola-mola when in season.

Depth : 4-35 meters
Visibility : 18-30 m
Currents : Zero to strong current
Type : Boat dive
Difficulty : OWD with minimum 30 dives
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Manta Point

Manta Point on the southwest of Nusa Penida is another of Bali’s most frequently visited dive sites regardless of session or climate for manta rays. Here, divers can enjoy close encounters with many of these majestic animals whether snorkelling or diving all year round. Tides and conditions can vary in this area due to its exposed position to the elements and the open Ocean making it a great place to enjoy other pelagics such as reef sharks and larger fish.

Depth : 4-25 meters
Visibility : 10-25 m
Currents : Zero to mild current
Type : Boat dive
Difficulty : OWD
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PED Temple

Located on the north coast of Nusa Penida, the long coral reef offers great drift diving and snorkeling. The reef has a host of soft and staghorn corals, barrel sponges, also many species of fish, such as batfish, moorish idols, lionfish, scorpionfish, pufferfish, moray eels, sweetlips and Napoleon wrasse. With visibility around 20-25m there is a good chance of seeing large pelagics such as eagle rays, tuna, barracuda, reef sharks, and sometimes even Mola-Mola

Depth : 4-30 meters
Visibility : 15-30 m
Currents : Zero to strong current
Type : Boat dive
Difficulty : OWD with minimum 30 dives

SD

Located on the north coast of Nusa Penida, SD Point offers a great drift dive. Its shallow reef provides the perfect conditions for snorkelers and divers to cruise along enjoying the beautiful hard and soft coral gardens which are teaming with anthias and butterflyfish.  Lionfish, trumpetfish, boxfish, and pufferfish are just a few of the species to be spotted along the reef. Large coral bommies surrounded with sweetlips and schools of batfish will occupy your attention but don’t forget to look in the blue for the occasional tuna, turtle and if you are lucky even a Mola Mola passing by.

Depth : 4-30 meters
Visibility : 15-30 m
Currents : Zero to strong current
Type : Boat dive
Difficulty : OWD with minimum 30 dives

Mangroove

This popular drift dive is located on the north coast of Nusa lembongan Island, next to Nusa Penida. The shallows are full of rich coral covered by colourful reef fish such as anthias, batfish, sweetlips, butterflyfish and boxfish. Deep down on the slope you may have the chance to see larger pelagics such as barracudas, dogtooth tuna, giant trevally, and eagle rays. At slack tide, when there is no current, you can hunt for smaller creatures such as blue ribbon eels, mantis shrimp, lobster, porcelain crabs, orangutan crabs and various nudibranch.

Depth : 4-25 meters
Visibility : 15-30 m
Currents : Zero to strong current
Type : Boat dive
Difficulty : OWD with minimum 30 dives
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Toyapakeh

Toyapakeh sits on the North West Coast of Nusa Penida Island where the villagers anchor their boats. This stunning shallow coral garden is a kaleidoscope of colours and fish. The reef gently slopes down towards the Ceningan channel through which strong currents pass. These currents provide the nutrients to help keep the coral healthy and create an abundance of marine life. Enjoy a thrilling drift dive over the colourful coral gardens buzzing with anthias and lots more.

Depth : 4-25 meters
Visibility : 15-30 m
Currents : Zero to strong current
Type : Boat dive
Difficulty : OWD with minimum 30 dives

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Day Trips

We run daily trips in the best dive sites around Bali. From the famous Liberty Wreck in Tulamben Village, Muck dive in Amed to the great pelagic such as The Giant Manta Ray and The Majestic Mola-Mola in Nusa Penida Island.

Tulamben

Tulamben is one of Bali’s most famous diving areas, hosts a few dive sites such as the US Liberty Wreck, Coral Garden, Sereya secrets and the Drop Off. All sites can be reached with a short swim from the beach.

Diving In Indonesia

Indonesia is synonymous with diving, and it’s for a good reason. Off Indonesia’s coastline are more than 600 coral and 3,000 fish species. There’s exhilarating drift diving, fantastic night diving, deep trenches and many WWII relics to explore.