Scuba Diving in Menjangan Island, Bali, Bali Indonesia

Depths :
Bali is a province in Indonesia with a few neighboring islands including the Isle of Bali. The island of Bali lies at about 8 degrees/ 0.13 radians on the south of equator and at 3.2 km/1.9 mi from Java. It is surrounded by coral reefs with white sand beaches on the south and black sand beaches on the north and the west of the island.

Menjangan Island is the first to establish itself as an international premier dive destination in Bali. Located at the northwest of Bali, it is famous for its wild Java deer ( Menjangan means deer in Javanese). It is famous for spectacular wall diving. The walls at Menjangan drop down at 30 m/ 98.4 ft on the south coast and at 60 m/197 ft to the east.

Due to its protected location, waves do not raise any concern and visibility is just mind blowing. Visibility here is amazingly great standing between 20-40 m/66-98 ft. Depths on the other hand range between 5-40 m/16-131 ft. Diving here is open to both the novice and experienced diver and is conducted all year round although August can be somehow choppy.

Characterized by nooks and crannies, overhangs and caverns, there is great opportunity to spot the black spotted moray eels, ribbon eels, hingebeak shrimps and cleaner shrimps.