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Diving in Denpasar

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When to go to Denpasar

Denpasar Bali is a year-round diving destination. The air temperature ranges between 23C/73F-30C/86F throughout the year. The water temperature usually fluctuates between 24-29C/75-84F.


What to see

The marine life is abundant with all kinds of fish, including stingrays, garden eels, sharks (black tip, white tip and an occasional hammerhead), barracudas, tuna, giant trevally and many different species of moray eels and rays, angelfish, sweetlips, frogfish and, of course, the main attraction of this location - the incredible Mola Mola.

Scuba diving in Denpasar

Denpasar is the capital and the most populous city of the Indonesian province of Bali. Ngurah Rai International Airport is located here. Situated on the island of Bali, Denpasar is known worldwide as a major tourist destination. The city offers a lot of different tourism opportunities such as museums, ancient temples, cultural centers, festivals and more. Denpasar, however, doesn't have any good dive sites and tourists are advised to drive to other cities.


Most popular dive sites

There are a lot of dive sites to choose from, and some of the most popular are Bunutan Wall, USAT Liberty Wreck, Crystal Bay, Ghost Bay, Manta Point, Mangroves.

Dive centers in Denpasar

All 6 dive centers Denpasar