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Dive sites nearby

Rabbit Hole (Batupahet)

Rabbit Hole (Batupahet) is our newest dive site on the South Coast of Nusa Penida between Manta Bay and Manta Point dive sites. Here you can see Manta Rays, Brownbanded Bamboo Sharks and a plethora of macro life.

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Labyrinth

Located in the south of Nusa Penida Island and facing the Indian Ocean, Labyrinth can often have big waves. This dive site has a number of canyons and swimthroughs and reef manta rays can often be seen passing on their way to either Manta Point to the East for cleaning, or Manta Bay to the west for feeding.

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This dive sites is close to the cliff which has strong water movement (surge). It is a gathering place for manta rays to filter the food collected due to the pressure of the waves from the open ocean.

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Located in the south of Nusa Penida Island and facing the Indian Ocean, Manta Point can often have big waves. This dive site has large rock mounds which are often visited by manta rays for self cleaning, giving this site it’s name.

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Bat Rock

The outer rock to the south east of Manta Point, Nusa Penida. Experiencing surge and current this area can be a challenging dive, or can be so calm you can swim all around the rock.

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Located on the west-side of Nusa Penida Island, Crystal Bay has two coral reef formations separated by sand slopes. The combination of slopes and walls that form the topography at this dive site goes down to more than 50 meters and meets with large rock which is an ideal place for a cleaning station for sunfish.

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This cave has a horizontal length of about 200 meters where, at the end of the cave, is a large open space inhabited by bats. The mouth of the cave is at a depth of 8 meters below sea level.

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A small bay in the west of Nusa Penida that has healthy coral in flat shallow area, followed by a slope that reaches more than 40 meters. One of the best places to spot Mola mola, or Oceanic sunfish, during the right season.

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Ceningan wall, Nusa Lembongan, Bali, Indonesia

Located on the east edge of Nusa Ceningan this impressive wall dive can only be dived during slack high tide when conditions allow. In the channel between Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Penida the site experiences strong currents which accounts for the impressive marine life that can be seen there.

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Toyapakeh Wall

Toya Pakeh is known as one of the best dive sites in the area. It is situated in a small nook on the north mouth of the Ceningan Channel. While currents can be strong and at times unpredictable, divers are rewarded with some of the finest coral structures and marine biodiversity Penida has to offer.

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