Rules & Regulations
Welcome to HammerHead Bali Diving
Welcome to HammerHead Bali Diving. Bali has been renowned throughout the world for its heavenly sites to do Bali scuba dive and exploring under-sea world. Most tourists love doing Bali scuba diving, Bali diving, snorkeling, swimming, or enjoying their evening at the beach side. There are at least five best spots to do water sports in Bali. Try to explore the North West side of Bali, at Menjangan Island (the Marine national park) since it is famous as the nicest place in Bali for snorkeling and diving. With its clear water and pretty view, you will be pampered by two parts; the first part is for the fish and the left is the live corals where sea cucumbers, clown fish, starfish, sea urchins are barely noticeable.
Your journey hasn’t been complete before you visit the South Bali, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida. Even though they just have a small area for snorkeling you can still do Bali scuba dive enjoyably. Nusa Lembongan offers you quite small spots with lots of fish. Nusa Penida doesn’t offers snorkel, dive and scuba dive Bali for beginners. Currents at Nusa Penida are so strong that disable beginners to learn diving, and diver should more focus on the stream. Visit North, North East, Tulamben and you will see its famous wreck Liberty. People visit this place for snorkeling, diving and enjoying black and volcanic sands. Swimming to the wreck straight from the beach will be a good deal here.
Day diving trips and fun dives are one day diving trips from our diving center in Nusa Dua or directly from your accommodation to all the known divesites around Bali. (transfers from/to accommodation in the south Bali region are included in our prices during diving days).
A day diving trip will bring you to by you preferred or advised Scuba location where normally 2 dives will be conducted (3 dives or aditional night diving is possible). These dives can take place at different sites or the same place as preferred by you.
Scuba diving trips to locations at Bali’s north-coast will be made over land with our air-conditioned minibusses. When the site is not excessible from shore, we normally use a local boat (Jukung) to reach the divesites.
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Posted on September 27, 2013
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