NON- Diver from R 3 999 per person sharing
Bali forms part of the “Coral Triangle” known to enclose the richest tropical marine fauna in the world. Discover the best diving Bali has to offer from superb macro diving, wreck dives and coral gardens to Manta Rays & more…
The combination of beautiful and varied diving, the huge, magnificent volcanoes, terraced rice fields & colourful people offers an ever changing kaleidoscope of colours and discovery.
- Includes & Excludes
- Diving Highlights
- Scheduled transfers
- 6 Nights’ accommodation in an air-conditioned room at Amed Chez Kin Guesthouse
- 5 Days Diving (10 Dives)
- 1-night dive
- Seaside breakfast
- Tanks & Weights
- Flights & Airport taxes
- Lunch, Dinner and Beverages
- Hire of dive equipment other than tanks and weights
- Travel & Diving Insurance
- 2 Dives at Manta Point R 1 500
Where is BALI?
Bali is an Indonesian island located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east.
Depart JohannesburgCheck in at Johannesburg Internation Airport for your flight to Bali. Possible routing JNB- Singapore-Denpasar
Amed Chez KinArrive in Denpasar. You will be met on arrival and transferred to the Amed Chez Kin Guesthouse. Enjoy a 6 night stay on on a bed and breakfast basis. 5 diving days, 2 dives per day.
Depart BaliCheck out of your room after breakfast. Enjoy free time to shop and explore before transferring to the airport for your flight home. Possible routing: Denpasar - Singapore - JNB
Diving Highlights and Bucket List Dive Sites:
Jemeluk Bay & Fish Pyramids
The Reef is an excellent site for both divers and snorkellers. To the right of the bay is the Wall and a gentle slope.
At Bunutan Point there is a large school of Garden eels, along with other macro subjects, plus schooling barracudas and other pelagics.
The Japanese Shipwreck lies in Lipah Bay, further down the coast from Amed and is surrounded by a rich reef.
Gili Selang is one of Bali’s least visited dive sites and is a great place to spot some of the larger pelagics.