Famous for wall diving
Part of West Bali National Park, Menjangan Island was Bali’s first internationally – know diving location. Famous for wall-diving with easy conditions, Menjangan Island is 30 minutes by local boat from mainland Bali and offers warm waters with stunning visibility that ca reach 50m+. The islands white sad beaches provide good, and well protected, snorkelling opportunities.
Wall Diving - Menjangan
On the Menjangan dive sites, walls go from 10 t 26+ ad are full of nooks and crannies, overhangs and crevasses with soft corals, sponges, and Bali’s highest concentration of Gorgonian seafans.
The fish life is prolific and turtles are regular visitors. Although Whalesharks may be sighted, pelagics are fairly rare here as the island is protected frm the cold ocean currents felt at some other Bali dive sites.
Location:Island off the tip of north west Bali, part of West Bali National Park.
Depth: 5 – 40 metres
Visibility: 15 – 50 metres
Current: Zero to mild currents
Min. Level: Beginner and snorkelers; all levels
Dive Types: Boat Dive (Pos II left+right can be shore diving from Menjangan Island) Wall, wreck, reef and drift diving.
Conditions: 30 min. boat from mainland Bali. Beautiful vertical walls, warm water, white sand.
Highlights: Coral-clad walls, white sand, grottos; possibility of turtles.