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Dive sites nearby

Pura Mas Gading

Located between the dive sites Buyuk and Sental, PMG is marked with a small temple in the shallows and is a common place to see mola mola cleaning (at the right time of year). Usually a gentle drift, this site is a gentle slope with plenty of soft corals and an abundance of fish life.

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Sampalan (Nusa Penida, Bali)

Situated around the North East corner of Nusa Penida, Sampalan offers a drift with unusual coral formations and more fish than you can shake a fin at!

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Batumulapan

Batumulapan is a sloping wall dive with amazing reef structure in the shallows above 14m. Soft fan corals and giant sponges can be seen as well as the usual hard corals.

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Sental

This dive site is easy access by speed boat and best to dive with the current. Divers and a dive leader should be well coordinating with a speed boat captain about the dive time, pick up point, and exit for the dive. The reef is absolutely beautiful, an extended pristine coral reef.

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Pura Ped

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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Karang Sari

Karang Sari is a bay on the east coast of Nusa Penida and is a large dive site that can be dived in a number of ways. The reef plateau at around 10-12m hosts a number of large bommies and the deeper wall features large sea fans and overhangs.

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SD Point

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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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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Project Laut Restoration Patch

Project Laut’s officially designated Coral Restoration Area. The restoration area is at approximately 6m depth on a reef scarred area, but descends in a sloping fashion down into depths of 40+ meters. The dive site is typically done via shore entry and can experience strong currents, so advanced divers only.

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Toyapakeh

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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