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Scuba diving is one of the most popular activities that most tourists do when they are visiting Bali. It is a great way to enjoy the beauty of marine diversity in Bali's seas, and even if you are a beginner there's always a place to start your diving adventure. Atlantis International Diving Center is arguably the best diving school located in Denpasar is a great place that will assist you for your first Bali under-the-sea adventure.
Have An Unforgettable Diving Experience With Atlantis International Diving Center
Tulamben is a small village located in the Northern East coast of Bali, it is also one of Bali's most popular diving site. The Tulamben seas are greatly loved by underwater photographers, naturalists, and of course divers. Not only because Tulamben boast a very rich marine biodiversity, but it is also a location of the renowned USAT Liberty ship wrecks. Its overall calm sea conditions are considered favorable for the beginners of Atlantis International Diving Center. You'll be picked up from the hotel by the Dune Atlantis International Bus very early in the morning to the office. Then you'll be taken to Tulamben Village from the HQ office of Atlantis International Diving Center for about 2 hours and 20 minutes. After you arrived, you will be introduced to 1 pool session before you get in to your first dive experience in the morning. After the lunch break (where they will take you for a lunch to a restaurant), you shall be ready for your second diving session. Apart from the USAT Liberty Wreck site you'll also be taken for a tour around Tulamben's most popular diving sites, such as Tulamben Wall, Coral Garden, Batu Kelebit, Seraya Secret, and Kubu.
Nusa Penida is dotted with gorgeous beaches and most of them offer wondrous under-the-sea view. Yes, the Atlantis International Diving Center will take you there if you want. You don't really have to worry much about which beaches of Nusa Penida boast the best coral views and whether the sea condition at that time is great for diving, because the staffs will take care of everything for you. It only takes 25 to 45 minutes journey from the HQ to the dive sites, and on each site you can enjoy up to 3 diving sessions. You can also enjoy your lunch on the boat. You'll get the experience to interact with Manta Rays in Manta Point, or encounter the Mola-Mola sun fishes at Crystal Bay. You'll also be taken to Mangrove forest and three other Nusa Penida diving jewels, that are Tayapakeh, S. Ped. Sental, and Blue Corner.
Padang Bai is a quaint but also vibrant port village located on the Eastern coast of Bali. In this peaceful village, there are numerous diving sites with its scenic beach views that will be introduced to you. Upon your arrival to the village, you'll be taken to a seaside restaurant where you can enjoy delicious lunch meals while gazing at the pristine beach with traditional boats moored up in the shallow water. Those boats will then take you to the Blue Lagoon, one of the best diving sites in Padang Bai. You will also enjoy the diving experience in Jepun to encounter some of the most exotic sea creatures such as frog fish, leaf scorpios, and box fishes swimming among artificial reefs. For certified divers, you can expand your adventure to Amuk Bay that boast other popular diving sites.
Hop inside a traditional jukung boat and immerse in the beautiful under-the-sea world of Amed. Located nearby Tulamben and just 2 hours journey from Sanur, Amed offer crystal clear and calm sea with its marine diversity along with the majestic view of Mount Agung in the distance that will boost your vacation spirit. During your diving sessions you won't only be mesmerized with the colorful coral reefs, you might even encounter the famous pink pigmy seahorse (Hippocampus bargibanti Whitley). While you're in Amed, your instructor will also take you to numerous scenic diving spots in the village, such as Jameluk Wall (also known as Wall of Amed), Pyramids, Bunutan, and Lipah Bay or also known as Japanese Wreck.
Take an hour trip from Sanur to two most popular Gilis of Bali: Gili Tepekong and Gili Mimpang. There's a reason why Atlantis International Diving Center choose these sites to be in its diving trips: Both gilis are widely known for its coral reefs and marine diversity. Your diving instructor will determine whether the current condition in the Gilis are favorable for diving sessions, and if you received an OK get prepared for the most unforgettable diving experience ever. In the Gilis you'll stumble upon various exotic inhabitants, you might even spot some Barracudas or white and black tip reef sharks. If you dive between July and October, there's a high chance you'll see Mola-Mola fishes. You will also be taken to Gili Biaha, a gili with the most challenging sea condition. Though if you are careful you'll get a chance to dive to 12 meters deep to see a sea cave inhabitated by black and white tip sharks, lobsters, and sometimes great stingray fishes and Mola-Mola.
Often known for its deer sanctuary and National Park, Menjangan Island also dotted with numerous beautiful diving spots. The sea is overally calm with occasional waves making it a perfect diving place for uncertified divers. Here you can spot numerous fishes including the famous giant gorgonian fishes or having a muck dive session in Secret Bay of Gilimanuk. The instructor will also guide you to Gorden Eels, Anchor Wreck, and Bat Cave.
How to Get Tickets?
Each Day Trip Diving package come with different prices. The details are as follow: Tulamben Daily Diving Trip: Rp 1.735.320,- ($199 USD), Amed Daily Diving Trip & : Rp 1.807.625,- ($124 USD), Padang Bai Daily Diving Trip: Rp 1.807.625,- ($124 USD), Gilis Daily Diving Trip: Rp 2.241.455,- ($154 USD), Nusa Penida Daily Diving Trip: Rp 2.386.065,- ($164 USD), Menjangan Daily Diving Trip: Rp 2.241.455,- ($154 USD)
How To Get Around?
Atlantis International Diving Center is strategically located in the heart of Denpasar city. You can commute from the diving center to other Denpasar attractions by taking a taxi ride or by a car. You can also use Gojek or Grab service that will takes you directly to your next destination.
What Should I Wear?
Best Time to Visit
Atlantis International Diving Center is open for visitors during office hours.
Will I Need a Guide?
No, all informations you need about Atlantis International Diving Center can be found in this website.
How To Get There?
Atlantis International Diving Center is located at Jl. By Pas Ngurah Rai 96E, which is just few kilometres away from Ngurah Rai airport. You can reach the diving center by hailing a taxi for the most convenient way.
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