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Diving in Buleleng
When to go to Buleleng
It is possible to dive at Buleleng throughout the year, but the most favorable conditions are from May to November. The air temperature ranges between 25-28C/77-82F, while the water averages 25-27C/77-81F.
What to see
Buleleng is home to a variety of species, like sea turtles, reef sharks, manta rays, barracudas, and tuna. The smaller fish are white garden eels, frogfish, leaf fish, parrotfish, and angelfish. It is exciting to see seahorses, nudibranchs, and a myriad of small, tropical fish here. Even rare ocean sunfish can be spotted at this dive destination.
Scuba diving in Buleleng
Buleleng is a destination located near the island of Menjangan that is part of a conservation area in Indonesia. The closest international airport is Denpasar that is located in 80 km. Buleleng features wreck diving, sheer drop-offs, magnificent coral reefs, and abundant marine life. The visibility varies between 10-30m/33-98ft. The average depth of this destination is 25-30m/82-98ft. The current ranges from light to strong at the dive sites in this area.
The most famous dive sites at Buleleng include Kapal Budak, with a 19th-century shipwreck with an anchor laying next to it, Temple Point, featuring a steep slope full of blacktip sharks, and Eel Garden. Another interesting dive site here is Pos 2, with two coral-covered walls and small caves.