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Diving and snorkling arond Bali

Explore the best dive sites in Bali

Experience scuba diving with the breathtaking mantas on Nusa Penida’s Manta Point or discover the beautiful reefs in Menjangan island. Explore the Liberty Wreck in Tulamben and enjoy the wonderful critters of Puri Jati. There are over 100 dive spots in Bali, you can find a selection in this section.

Sanur
The dive locations around Sanur are close to our dive center. They are only a short distance away by boat and ideal if you don’t have that much time. We often use these dive sites for our courses and Discover Scuba Programmes. You can find a variety of marne life here, from turtles to clownfish.

Nusa Penida
Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan are small islands in the South East of Bali. Here you can enjoy impressive wall dives, often find sun fish in the season and dive with manta rays on Manta Point.

North-West Bali - Menjangan island
North-West Bali offers some great diving and is testament to the variety Bali has to offer. Dive on the spectacular reefs and walls of Menjangan National Marine Park. Marvel at the beautiful scenery and the abundant reef life there. Get your camera out for Secret Bay with its weird and wonderful critters. Explore the coral reef project and go on the lookout for the Napoleon wrasse on Napoleon reef at Pemuteran.

East Bali
The variety of sites in Padang Bay, Candidasa and Amed is impressive. Explore corals in Padang Bay, swim with large schools of fish in Gili Tepekong and Gili Mimpang and look out for pygmee seahorses in the Ferry Channel in the East of Bali.

Tulamben and Kubu
The Liberty Wreck in Tulamben is one of the most famous dive spots in the world. The wreck is covered in corals and fans and is home to a variety of marine life. Tulamben can be found in the North East of Bali. Not too far away from Tulamben, you can find Kubu. This site has been becoming increasingly popular. Joe’s Gone Diving offers day trips to Tulamben and Kubu.

The three Sanur dive sites (see map below)

Ideal if you don’t have much time for your scuba diving adventure on Bali. The combination of the sandy bottom, often mild conditions and mix of reef life makes diving in Sanur particularly interesting for the novice diver. We often use the Sanur sites for our Open Water Courses, Navigation skills and Night dives.

Penjor Reef Close to home and often ignored, but this reef holds some surprises. You can spot a variety of fish on this reef with a sandy bottom. You regularly find blue spotted sting rays, turtles, the lovely cuttle fish and can even encounter the occasional white-tip reef shark. The corals are healthy and house ample of colourful fish. The reef slopes gently down to about 10 metres.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
East of Sanur 5-15 meters 3-20 meters

Marine Life
Blue-spotted stingrays and the occasional white-tip reef shark, butterfly fish, sweet lips, turtles, cuttle fish and clown fish

Sannur Channel. Colourful reef life, blue spotted rays, sea snakes and lion fish with the added bonus of being close to the dive center. Like the other dive sites in Sanur, the Sanur channel is often disregarded. However this site with a sandy bottom and a small house reef is great for courses and those divers that don’t have a lot of time on their hands. The reef slopes gradually to a maximum of 20 metres.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
East of Sanur 5-15 meters 3-20 meters

Marine Life
Colourful reef life, lion fish, sea snakes and blue spotted rays

Jeladi Willis
The Jeladi Willis dive site is located in front of the Grand Inna Beach Hotel in Sanur. A great site for courses and divers that are looking for a dive site close by. It boasts some healthy coral and interesting marine life. Enjoy the colourful reef life and spot the cuttle fish, lion fish or the blue spotted ray. As the other dive sites around Sanur, this dive site has a sandy bottom.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
In front of Grand Inna Beach Hotel 5-15 meters 3-20 meters

Marine Life
Colourful reef life, lion fish, cuttle fish, blue spotted rays and the odd white tipped reef shark

Dive sites Nusa Penida: diving with manta rays and mola molas ( see map below )

Some of the best diving in Bali can be found around Nusa Penida see map below, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. Three islands just South East of Bali. Joe’s Gone Diving organises regular trips to the dive spots there. Nusa Penida is the largest of the islands and the most popular for diving. The visibility can be brilliant on occasions and here you can enjoy impressive wall dives, often find sun fish in the season and dive with manta rays.

Manta Point Most popular dive sites is Manta Point, South of Nusa Penida. Not surprising as the cleaning station here attracts the giant Manta Rays. They cruise around the rock in groups. This dive leaves you with nothing but awe for these beautiful creatures. An amazing experience you will not easily forget. The only drawback – encountering the mantas is not guaranteed.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
South Nusa Penida 5 - 20 meters 3 - 24 meters

Marine Life
As the name already suggests the main attraction here is Manta Rays

Toyapakeh Toyapakeh lies just at the entrance between Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan. Joe’s Gone Diving often takes more experienced divers to this dive site. As a result of the constant current through the channel, the reef is very healthy here and you can enjoy blooming coral gardens. Toyapakeh is a drift dive.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Entrance between Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan 10 - 40 meters 3 - 37 meters

Marine Life
in season this is a great location for mola molas, a variety of small fish and hard and soft corals

S.D location S.D. is named after the primary school Sekolah Dasar that lies just opposite the site on Nusa Penida island. This dive along a coral slope is usually a drift dive which can be exhilarating at times. This beautiful coral garden is home to a wide variety of fish including the large queen angelfish, large puffer fish, hump headed parrot fish and cuttle fish. And if you are lucky you might run into some whitetip reef sharks and mola molas.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
North-Central Nusa Penida 10 - 35 meters 3 - 40 meters

Marine Life
Coral garden with hard and soft corals. Smaller reef fish and nudibranches. Queen angelfish, large puffer fish, cuttle fish, hump headed parrot fish and occasional reef sharks. In season mola mola

Pura Ped This dive site along Nusa Penida’s north coast is named after the temple on the shore (Pura in Indonesian). This healthy coral reef slopes down to about 50m and is home to a wide variety of fish. The rich coral cover is home to a lot of exotic fish, such as groupers, moray eels, barracudas and occasional sharks and manta rays. Joe’s Gone Diving organises dive trips to Pura Ped on a regular basis.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
North-Central Nusa Penida 10 - 30 meters 3 - 37 meters

Marine Life
Whitetip reef sharks, green moray eel, groupers, sea snakes, barracuda and colourful small fish life. Manta rays and graceful hammerheads have been spotted here at 20m depths. This is also home to many smaller, brightly coloured fish

Bleu Corner Looking for the big pelagics and some advanced diving? Blue Corner is the place to be. In this dive site around Lembongan Island you will find strong currents, schools of black sting rays, bull rays, reef sharks and mola molas in season. The sloping reef tops start at about 12m before dropping into a steep wall in excess of 40m before sloping down once again. Blue Corner is not always diveable and Joe’s Gone Diving only goes there when we feel it is safe to dive.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
West-Central Nusa Lembongan 10 - 30 meters 7 - 40 meters

Marine Life
Rays, schools of large black stingrays, bull rays, sharks, mola mola

Malibu Point Large schools of jacks and tuna, sharks, mantas, mola mola and stingrays – just some of the marine life you can encounter on Malibu Point. Malibu Point is on the far South-East of Nusa Penida and can have some strong currents. The reef lies on a very steep slope and has some great table corals. Joe’s Gone Diving’s view: a great dive for the experienced diver.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
East Coast of Nusa Penida 15 - 30 meters Max. 40 meters

Marine Life
Stingrays, large schools of tuna & jacks, sharks and mola mola in season

Jack piont Jack Point, or Mangroves or Sakenan as it is often called, is located on the North-East side of Nusa Lembongan. This reef is famous for its variety of reef life and is a great dive for beginners and more advanced divers alike. In the shallows it is an easy dive, however deeper it offers some great drift dives. Joe’s Gone Diving organizes regular trips to Jack Point.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
North-East of Nusa Lembongan 10 - 20 meters 5 - 27 meters

Marine Life
Schools of sweetlips, dogtooth tuna, white- tip shark, huge angelfish, emperor and blue-ringed angelfish

Cristal Bay Crystal Bay is most famous for the mola mola. Your chance of spotting a mola mola is the highest here. Crystal Bay is a small bay on West Nusa Penida and is relatively protected. Diving takes place around a rock and besides the mola mola offers some beautiful reef life. The site is not always easily accessible. Joe’s Gone Diving often dives here during mola mola season.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
West Nusa Penida 10 - 30 meters 3 - 37 meters

Marine Life
Mola mola (oceanic sunfish), sharks, giant angelfish, imposing eels, eagle rays, tuna, and schools of fish

Sental Like S.D., Sental can be found on the North side of Nusa Penida. The topography of the sites are quite similar. This dive along a coral slope is usually a drift dive which can be exhilarating at times. This beautiful coral garden is home to a wide variety of fish including the large queen angelfish, large puffer fish, hump headed parrot fish and cuttle fish. And if you are lucky you might run into some white-tip reef sharks and mola molas. Joe’s Gone diving organises regular trips to Nusa Penida’s dive sites.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
North-Central Nusa Penida 10 - 35 meters 3 - 40 meters

Marine Life
Coral garden with hard and soft corals. Smaller reef fish and nudibranches. Queen angelfish, large puffer fish, cuttle fish, hump headed parrot fish and occasional reef sharks. In season mola mola


East Bali Dive Spots ( see map below )

The variety of dive sites around Padang Bay, Candidasa and Amed is impressive. Enjoy the beautiful corals and diverse marine life in the Padang Bay area. Swim with large schools of fish at Gili Tepekong and Gili Mimpang and go on the look out for weird critters at Pura Jepun in the East of Bali. Joe’s Gone Diving organises regular day trips to this stunning area.

Bleu Lagoon Blue Lagoon is just minutes away by traditional boat from the beach in Padang Bay. This shallow coastal reef has a sandy bottom, a wall and a gradual slope. It has a good variety of hard and soft corals and has a surprising variety of fish, from the small tropical fish to the larger fish like sharks and turtles. On rare occasions we even ran into a manta here.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Padang Bay 10 - 20 meters 1 - 30 meters

Marine Life
Sharks, rays, nudibranch, squid, cuttle fish, scorpio leaf fish, manti shrimps, octopus, elephant coral and table coral

Ferry Channel The Ferry Channel is just in front of the beach of Padang Bay where the ferry for Lombok leaves. It is just a few minutes by boat and the gradual slope has a sandy bottom. The dive starts in the ferry channel and ends around the corner on the Tanjung Sari dive site. A great place to look for pygmee sea horses and to spot reef sharks. Due to tides and currents the site is not always accessible

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
In front of Padang Bay 10 - 20 meters 5 - 27 meters

Marine Life
White tip reef sharks, cuttle fish, turtles, nudibranches, octopus, manti shrimp and if you are lucky pygmee sea horses

Pura Jepon Pura Jepun lies on the north side of the Padang Bay diving area past Blue Lagoon. This dive site has a sandy bottom and small groups of corals. It is a great location for finding smaller marine life such as sea horses, manti shrimps and the crocodile fish. The dive site starts quite shallow and gradually slopes to some 27 metres.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Padang Bay 10 - 20 meters 5 - 27 meters

Marine Life
Small marine life such as nudibranches, manti shrimp, sea horses, ghost pipe fish, lion fish, trigger fish

Tajung Sari The Tanjung Sari dive site is just North of Padang Bay, 5 minutes by traditional boat. The site consists of a small wall and a reef on a sandy slope. The site is great for spotting interesting smaller marine life such as the scorpio leaf fish, nudibranches and the octopus as well as sharks and turtles. It is generally an easy dive and great for exploring.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
North of Padang Bay 10 - 20 meters 5 - 27 meters

Marine Life
White tip reef shark, turtles, rays, octopus and a variety of small marine life such as scorpio leaf fish, manti shrimp, nudibranches and lion fish

Gli Biaha Gili Biaha is, as the name already suggests, a little island (gili in Indonesian). The dive is a wall dive and Joes’ Gone Diving only dives there when the current and surge are not too strong, normally in the mornings. In the shark cave at about 12 metres depth, so called because there used to be whitetip reef sharks, we regularly see the octopus and manti shrimps. When leaving the cave you will find the most amazing display of colourful reef fish and light. The wall has a few terraces and you can often spot a variety of nudibranches and if you are lucky, a scorpio leaf fish.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Island North of Padang Bay 10 - 30 meters 5 - 25 meters

Marine Life
Octopus and a variety of small marine life such as scorpio leaf fish, manti shrimp, puffer fish, nudibranches and lion fish

Gili Mimpang Gili Mimpang consists of 4 mini rock islands and is located close to the village of Candidasa. The quality of the reef is healthy and it boasts a rich marine life with the occasional shark, turtle and manta ray. The site is a combination of slopes and walls. Joe’s Gone Diving offers trips to Gili Mimpang for the more experienced diver.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
South-East of Candidasa 10 - 30 meters 6 - 27 meters

Marine Life
Large groups of fish such as yellowtails and bannerfish. Napoleon wrasses, sharks, eagle rays, manta rays, turtles, nudibranches and mola mola

Gili tepekong This small island boasts spectacular swim throughs, reef slopes and vertical walls. On this site for advanced divers, you can expect to find large schools of barracudas, turtles and in season the occasional mola mola. The current can be challenging at times, so Joe’s Gone Diving only dives there when the current is not too strong.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
South-East of Candidasa 10 - 25 meters 6 - 40 meters

Marine Life
Schools of barracudas, turtles, groupers, bat fish, sharks and mola mola in season

Amed The Amed dive sites were once some of the most beautiful on the island. Unfortunately El Nino had a significant impact on this area. Since then, the area has recovered slowly, making a visit to Amed worthwhile again. Amed offers walls with a variety of sponges, sea fans and marine life; a small Japanese wreck with some beautiful soft corals and garden eels; and an artificial reef. The Amed sites are generally easy dives and great for courses and novice divers.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Amed 5 - 25 meters 3 - 40 meters

Marine Life
Abundant fish life. Green turtles, angelfish, napoleon wrasses, sea turtles, the occasional reef shark, fusiliers, garden eels

Gili Selang Imagine diving in an aquarium with rich corals and abundant reef life – just what you will experience when you dive on Gili Selang. This dive site in East Bali is guaranteed to provide you with some breathtaking scenery. As currents can be strong here, the coral is very healthy. You can find sharks, moray eels, turtles and small marine life here. Even hammer heads have been spotted here in the past. The currents can be tricky, with up and down currents. It is therefore only an appropriate site for the experienced diver. Joe’s Gone Diving only dives here when the conditions are right.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Eastern Bali 10 -25 meters 4 - 37 meters

Marine Life
Whitetip reef sharks, grey reef sharks, turtles, moray eels, mackerels, jacks, dogtooth tuna, nudibranch and bumphead parrotfish. Large eels and big snappers. If you are very lucky, a hammerhead shark

Seraya Harlequin shrimp, frog fish, ghost pipefish and many other critters have given Seraya the nickname of Macro Heaven. Seraya can be found a few kilometres South of Tulamben. This shore dive is unsurprisingly very popular with photographers. The muck diving site has a black volcanic, sandy bottom and is an easy dive as there is hardly any current. Joe’s Gone Diving dives here on our dive safaris and as a day trip.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
A couple of kilometres South of Tulamben 5 - 30 meters 3 - 25 meters

Marine Life
Harlequin shrimp, frog fish, boxer crab, nudibranches, seahorses, ghost pipefish and many different critters

Harlequin Shrimp on Seraya

Dive sites North-West Bali: spectacular reefs and walls ( see map beow )

North-West Bali offers some great, relaxing diving and is testament to the variety Bali has to offer. Best known is Menjangan island - part of Menjangan National Marine Park. Menjangan dive sites boast spectacular reefs and walls, groupers, large groups of jacks and turtles and some beautiful scenery. Secret Bay on the other hand is best known for its muck diving and wonderful and weird critters – a photographer’s delight. Pemuteran offers some relaxing dives and is best known for its coral reef project. You can encounter large groups of fish on the Pemuteran dive sites, as well as the napoleon wrasse, turtles, small marine life such as sea horses and healthy coral formations.

Garden Eel This dive site is located at the most northwestern tip of Menjangan Island and can be reached by boat. In order to reach it you need to follow the wall west of the Anchor, navigate around the tip of the island and head almost into the channel between Menjangan and the Bali mainland. In the channel you will find an extremely rich and healthy wall. At the end of the dive you come across a shallow area which is inhabited by garden eels and is known as a good spot for occasional sightings of barracuda, white tip reef sharks, turtles and napoleon wrasse.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Menjangan Island 10 - 40 meters 5 - 40 meters

Marine Life
Garden Eels, barracudas, turtles, napoleon wrasse, colourful marine life

Kapal budak anchor wreck Most dive sites on Menjangan island boast rich, colourful walls, clear waters and an abundance of reef life. The Anchor Wreck is no different. The wreck is a small wooden boat and one of the oldest in Bali, built in the late 1800’s and sunk in the World War II. It derives its name from the large, encrusted anchor which still lies about 6 to 8 meters from the surface. You can still find some of the ship’s cargo here, such as sheets of copper and brown ceramic bottles. Some of the wreckage, covered in gorgonians, protrudes from the sand. You will find large schools of fish here, reef sharks, moray eels, and some turtles. Joe’s Gone Diving offers dive trips to Kapal Budak as part of our dive safaris.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Menjangan Island 10 - 33 meters 5 - 40 meters

Marine Life
Very rich reef life, large schools of colourful fish, reef sharks, turtles, bull jacks, grey snappers, surgeonfish, nudibranches and fusiliers.

Pos I Pos I offers a spectacular drop off with healthy blossoming corals, crevices and fissures, as well as some small caves along the reef. There is an abundance of fan corals along the drop-off which descends to 40 metres or more. The top of the reef is a great place to spot some hidden marine life like an octopus, groupers, the gorgeous gorilla crab and moray eels. As there is usually no current, you can expect a relaxing, easy dive. Great for photographers of course.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Menjangan Island 10 - 33 meters 5 - 40 meters

Marine Life
Abundant colourful reef life, schools of jacks, turtles, groupers, octopus, reef sharks and small fish like nudibranches, gorilla crabs and anemone fish. Colourful sponges, sea fan and soft corals

Pos II The POS II Ranger Station is another of Menjangan’s impressive wall dives. This site can be accessed by boat or from the beach on Menjangan after a break. A sandy slope leads to the start of the wall at about 12 metres. You will find gorgeous soft corals here, sea fans and sponges. And an abundant colourful reef life. As the visibility is usually very good here, be sure to look down at the sandy bottom to look out for reef sharks and the eagle ray. A relaxing dive with plenty to see. Joe’s Gone Diving highly recommends putting Menjangan on your wish list during one of our dive safaris.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Menjangan Island 10 - 33 meters 5 - 40 meters

Marine Life
Colourful reef life, schools of jacks and fusiliers, trumpet fish, nudibranches, reef sharks, turtles, eagle ray and beautiful coral formations

Pemuteran Pemuteran offers a variety of dive sites. It is particularly well known for the coral reef project that was started here which consists of 3 sites. But it also offers some interesting wall dives. There are some shore dives, but the majority of dives are done by boat. The current is very moderate in this part of the island and is therefore ideal for easy and relaxing dives. You can find a variety of marine life here, from schools of jacks and snappers to napoleon fish and frog fishes. Joe’s Gone Diving dives here on a regular basis on our dive safaris.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Pemuteran 10 - 30 meters 6 - 25 meters

Marine Life
Schools of jacks, snappers, cuttle fish, napoleon fish, groupers, stone fish, pipe fish, small colourful reef fish and beautiful corals

Secret bay The muck dive site of Gilimanuk can be found at the far northwestern tip of Bali. The ferry to Java leaves from Gilimanuk. The black volcanic sandy bottom houses a variety of critters and is a great site for the underwater videographer or photographer. You can find dragonettes on this shore dive. Ghost pipefish, frog fish and many juveniles use this as their safe harbour. As the site is very remote, Joe’s Gone Diving will only dive here on dive safaris.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Gilimanuk Bay 4 - 10 meters 3 - 10 meters

Marine Life
Frog fish, dragonet, crabs, nudibranches, ghost pipefish, octopus and many different critters


Dive sites around Tulamben and Kubu: diving the famous Liberty Wreck ( see map below )

The Liberty Wreck in Tulamben is one of the most famous dive spots in the world. The wreck is covered in corals and fans and is home to a variety of marine life. Tulamben can be found in the North East of Bali. Kubu is getting more attention from the diving community, and there is a good reason for it. The reef life is abundant and the coral very healthy. Joe’s Gone Diving offers day trips to Tulamben and Kubu.

US Liberty Wreck While sailing the Lombok straits in 1942 the USS Liberty, a cargo ship during WW II, was hit by a Japanese torpedo. Two destroyers attempted to tow her to Singaraja, but it was too late and she was beached in Tulamben instead. During the eruption of Mount Agung, 20 years later in 1963, the ship rolled into deeper water and broke at bow and stern. The USS Liberty has been lying there ever since. Usually the visibility is good, the water calm and the current low, making this an excellent dive site for all levels. The shipwreck is about 120 metres long and many species live there. The wreck is accessible and can be entered. Blue spotted stingray, napoleon wrasse, bumphead parrotfish and huge, swirling balls of big eye jack fish are frequently encountered here. There is no guarantee, but whale sharks have been spotted in this area, so keep your eyes open.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Tulamben 10 – 20 metres 6 -35 meters

Marine Life
Blue spotted stingray, jack fish, surgeon fish, bumphead parrotfish and if you are very lucky whale sharks

Tulamben drop off The Drop Off is a beautiful wall dive. When diving on the top of the wall, you will normally see moray eels, cuttlefish and octopus. Big gorgonian sea fans can be seen, the coral is beautiful, the reef life abundant. When you think your dive has come to an end keep your eyes open and follow the shore line for another minute or so, normally you will see huge groups of jack fish.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Tulamben 10 - 20 meters 10 - 35 meters

Marine Life
White tip reef shark, stonefish, frogfish, huge groups of jack fish

Tulamben coral garden Right between the USS liberty and the Drop Off you can find the Coral Garden. This is an easy, shallow dive which photographers will love, the sun can reach the bottom during the day, and there are many diverse species that are worth having their picture taken. The Coral Garden, as its name already indicates, is an area with abundant healthy coral. Normally you can see a group of 4 to 5 bumphead parrotfish grazing the reef, the lionfish and octopus have made their home here. A fantastic way to spend your afternoon.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Tulamben 10 - 20 meters 6 - 12 meters

Marine Life
Bumphead parrotfish, ribbon eels, octopus, juvenile whitetip reef shark

Kubu This site is actually two sites in one, the area is relatively large and when you enter the water you will have to choose if you go left or right, each direction being a dive. The site is named after the village of Kubu, and you enter the water in front of the only hotel. The abundant beautiful coral reefs combined with swirling fishes is the attraction here. Especially the colourful coral reefs, the many fishes and the variety of nudibranches make this a great dive.

Location Location Visibility Visibility Depth Depth
Kubu 10 - 20 meters 6 - 25 meters

Marine Life
Colourful reef fish, lionfish, stonefish and nudibranches

PADI - The way the world learns to dive
Joe’s Gone Diving offers a full range of Dive Courses from PADI in Bali. From Discover Scuba Diving to PADI Divemaster. The scuba dive lessons are taught by fully qualified, multilingual PADI instructors.

PADI is the world’s leading dive organisation. As a PADI Diver, you carry the most respected and sought after scuba credentials in the world. No matter where you choose to dive, your PADI certification card will be recognized and accepted.

As a PADI dive center Joe’s Gone Diving offers the following Bali dive courses: