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Diving in Lovina

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When to go to Lovina

The diving is possible all year round. January to March is the peak of the raining season. Best diving conditions are from March to December. Water temperature usually stays around 27-30C/80-86F.

 

What to see

Angelfish, lionfish, butterfly fish, frogfish, damsels, surgeon fish and parrotfish can be spotted here on a regular basis.

Scuba diving in Lovina

Lovina is situated on the North coast of Bali. Ngurah Rai International Airport is located in 90 km from it. Swimming, snorkeling, fishing, dolphin watching and coral reef diving are the main activities in this area. Divers of all levels have a wide range of choices, from an easier dive to a multi-day dive course, as well as night or daylight diving. The Lovina reef starts just under the surface and goes gradually deeper, along a gentle sandy slope, down to 20m/65ft. A wide variety of fish have made this reef their home. Underwater photographers and macro fauna lovers will be especially pleased.

 

Most popular dive sites

The best sites for diving and snorkeling are located west of Lovina and include Napoleon Reef, Close Encounters, Secret Bay and the famous Menjangan Island, which is home to the best preserved coral reef in Bali.