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  • Diver level:

  • Depth max:

    25 m
  • Visibility:

    to 40m
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Amuk Bay is around 6km/3.7mi across with the villages of Padang Bay to the south and Candidasa to the north. Mimpang, the three exposed rocks are also called Batu Tiga which actually means 'Three rocks', is situated just outside the bay, in front of the coast of Candidasa. Together with Tepekong and Biaha, does Mimpang offer some of the most breath-taking diving in Bali. However, sometimes can current and unpredictable water movements make diving here little more difficult. The site need to be treated with care and respect.

When To Go Diving

The whole year. The water temperature can sometimes be somewhat cooler 24-26C/75-78F.

What to see

The topography of Mimpang is diverse, with sloping reefs, craggy rocks and walls all with hard and soft corals and some gorgonians. Big schools of fish often congregate at the upper parts of the reef. Mimpang, together with Biaha and Tepekong offer one of the best places to see healthy coral and big pelagics. Mimpang’s Shark Point offers a better chance to see white tip reef sharks than Tepekong does, and often in greater numbers. It is one of the better locations in Bali to find sharks and even Mola Mola sunfish between August and September.