Scuba Diving & Snorkeling
Seven world class dive sites lie off the coast of NusaBay Menjangan at Menjangan Island. This small, uninhabited island off the north west coast of Bali has been named as one of the most spectacular coral reefs of Bali. Here, the waters are clear and waves are minimal, ensuring one of the most delightful sets of conditions for diving or snorkeling in Bali. Menjangan Island is also called Deer Island because of the Menjangan deer, a species endemic to this part of Indonesia which makes an annual migration across the channel from the mainland of Bali. Its local name is Pulau Menjangan.
Underwater sites range from sheltered and shallow coral gardens to vertical reef walls smothered with sea fans. From pygmy seahorses to schools of snappers, vivid gorgonians to reef sharks, sand banks with garden eels to magnificent formations of hard corals, Menjangan represents well the huge diversity of south east Asia’s coral reefs. Visibility is normally excellent, ranging from between 15 and 50 metres.
NusaBay Menjangan is one of the closest dive centre to Menjangan Island and is set within the boundaries of the West Bali National Park, ensuring a unique setting for your land-time.
We offer a boutique underwater experience, either snorkeling or diving and give personal and attentive service to ensure you find the experience you are looking for. Dive sites and conditions can be tailored to suit every level, from tranquil coral gardens for the beginner diver to strong current dives for the more experienced. We end eavour to bring guests to the island at the quietest times of day.
If you’re coming to Bali to experience its coral reefs, you cannot find a better place than Menjangan Island or a resort more dedicated to the environment than NusaBay Menjangan. Come discover the other side of Bali.
For details and prices of Snorkeling & Scuba Diving trips to Menjangan Island, click here