5 Days 4 Night Bali Diving Liveaboard

Bali Diving Liveaboard

Day 1 : Benoa – Padang Bai (2 dives)

Arrive in Bali at the newly built Ngurah Rai airport. Our representative will be waiting outside the arrival hall and ready to escort you the ship for immediate boarding. Safety Briefing, Safety DVD, Crew Introduction, Necessary Dive Paperwork, Cabin allocation and ship orientation will take place before departing the Harbour. During the journey to Padang Bai to dive Blue Lagoon and White Sand Beach take this opportunity to familiarize yourselves with the vessel and make yourself comfortable.

Day 2 : Tulamben (3 dives + 1 night dive)

The most famous dive site in Bali, with the best sunken ship wreck in the world, The U.S.A.T Liberty. In 1963 because of the eruption of mount Agung this caused the ship to lie in the shallow water between 09-30 meters. The right depth to promote great coral growth, great barracuda and many beautiful and colorful nudibranchs.

Day 3 : Amed (3 dives + 1 night dive)

Amed is a small fisherman village, but beautiful marine life and well known to have amazing coral gardens.

Day 4 : Candidasa (3dives + 1 night dive)

Candidasa remain the favorite dive site, with 4 small rocky islands of Gili Mimpang, shark point is a good place to see whitetip reef sharks and sometimes you will see the rare wobbegong shark. The most famous place to see Mola Mola at the right season ( July to September ). Gili Tepekong, based on the local legend, this area was once inhabited by a God who took the form of goats. The canyon is sometimes classified as a drift dive. Gili Biaha famous for it’s shark cave and Biaha Slope. If currents allow we can combine both sides into one dive.

Day 5 : Nusa Penida – Benoa (2 dives)

Another Great dive, Nusa Penida, located at South of Bali. A popular dive site for Mola Mola (July to September) and manta rays can be seen all year. The majority diving is drift diving, but please be careful with the current because it is unpredictable you must stay close to your guide.

Travelling from Bali through to Komodo National Park.