Bali is truly the Island of the Gods, both above and below the surface. With so much to do to occupy your surface intervals, and also so many great sites to dive, Bali divers rarely get bored. Just to dive all the sites in Bali would take at least two weeks, and to know them well even longer. The sites range from muck diving in Secret Bay to wreck diving in Tulamben to cold water and drift diving adventures off Nusa Penida with much more in between. Bali has everything to offer novice to advanced divers as there is a wide range of marine life and conditions in the waters off Bali.
Many Kapal Selam divers live and work in Bali and dive these sites frequently (so much so that we consider them our 'house' reefs). Thus over the years we have become site experts and enjoy diving these sites again and again, the same in which a gardener enjoys taking a walk through her yard. It is always a pleasure to encounter familiar friends on the U.S.S. Liberty Wreck and search for new ones in Kubu, be they pygmy seahorses, nudibranchs, bumphead parrotfish or anything else.
Kapal Selam members are a fantastic resource of in-depth information on Bali's dive sites and enjoy sharing information and tips with other divers. Conditions, marine life, visibility, accommodation, how to get there, tips, difficulties, and special notes for Bali's (and Kapal Selam's) most popular dive sites are explained in the links below.