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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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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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Large open bays with coral that begins growing in the shallows. As you descend you will meet large rocks covered by amazingly colored coral reefs. Toyapakeh often has strong and sometimes unpredictable currents.

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Mangrove is a beautiful dive site on the north side of Lembongan Island. Mangrove features a stunning sloping reef with moderate to strong currents. It is a perfect place to go drift diving.

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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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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 dive starts from a coral slope that meets some ruins, combining to form a wall and boulders descending to 20 meters deep. This dive site has strong currents that can drag divers into the open ocean so be aware! Large boulders are often uses by predator fish to hide from the current while waiting on their prey.

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Dan’s Reef

Dan’s Reef is the house reef situated just in front on Nomads Diving, Nusa Penida. It is accessible by shore entry, or boat entry. It is a beautiful, relatively untouched dive site that can be prone to strong currents during tidal changes. Shallow steps followed by a deep sloping area are the main characteristics.

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SD Point is an abbreviation for ‘Sekolah Dasar’ or elementary school. It’s arguably the most diverse collection of corals in Bali. Having shelf slope bottom parallel along the beach cover with abundant corals make this site is great for Drift Dive activities. Occasionally the current can be very strong.

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Ped is a beautiful dive site on the north side of Nusa Penida. Ped features a sloping reef starting at 5m, descending all the way to 40m and beyond. Currents range from mild to strong.

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