Snorkeling in Bali takes you to the natural beauty of the underwater world's best on the island of Bali. Bali has been known for its world-class dive sites and most other dive sites can be reached only by snorkeling.
You can explore a shipwreck in Tulamben, pristine coral reefs and possibly manta rays at Nusa Penida, a beautiful coral reef in Padang Bai and large gorgonian fan at the National Marine Park Menjangen - this is all about snorkeling Bali
Snorkeling sites - Nusa Penida
We will take you to Nusa Penida using high-speed ships. Nusa Penida has clean water, with very good visibility to be able to see the beauty of coral reefs and fish are very many variety and color when you are snorkeling in the area of Nusa Penida.
Snorkeling sites - Padang Bai
One of bali's finest reefs with angel fish, turtles and the occasional reef shark - keep an eye out for cuttle fish as it's one of their favourite playgrounds.
Snorkeling sites - Tulamben
Double snorkeling fun as you explore the 'USAT Liberty' shipwreck and neighbouring Coral Garden; both sites are teeming with marine life including schooling jacks and blue spotted stingrays.
Snorkeling sites - Amed
Enjoy old Bali with the traditional laid back village of Amed; snorkel straight from the beach and enjoy bumphead parrotfish, blue spotted stingrays and emperor angelfish.
Snorkeling sites - Menjangan
Discover Bali's unspoilt north! If you like the idea of jumping in to crystal clear waters and looking up at the coast of Java, then this is the one for you? It's a whole new snorkeling experience.
Snorkeling is the most popular and fantastic marine activity to observe underwater life in a natural setting without the complicated equipment and no special training required, only the ability to swim and to breathe through the snorkeling. However, for safety reasons, instruction and orientation from a fellow experienced snorkeler, tour guide is recommended. A snorkel is a tube around 30 centimeters long and with an inside diameter of between 1.5 and 2.5 centimeters, usually L- or J-shaped and fitted with a mouthpiece at the lower end, and constructed of rubber or plastic. It is used for breathing air from above the water surface when the wearer's mouth and nose are submerged. The snorkel usually has a piece of rubber that attaches the snorkel to the outside of the strap of the diving mask since pushing the snorkel between the mask-strap and the head can cause the mask to leak.
“Don’t Touch and Be Observant“, this words is good advice for the good snorkeler. Some coral is very fragile and breaks under your fins, some stings badly, like the yellow tipped fire coral. On sandy reef platforms, watch out for the long black spines of the sea urchins. These spines are very sharp, brittle and painful when lodged in an incautious hand or foot. However sea urchins quite passive, and you have to do the "attacking”, by stepping on the or attempting to pick up. Stone fishes, well named, are quite common on the reefs and are a sedentary but less conspicuous than the sea urchins, and have very poisonous spins. Shoes should always be worm when walking on the reefs. Do not pick up or step on the cone shells and jelly fish. It's really common sense to respect what you don't know to be harmless, or conversely to respect what may be harmed by your interference. People not marine animals, are the guest in the undersea world.
Snorkeling at Tanjung Benoa
Snorkeling at Nusa Penida
This adventure will bring you the exciting experience to over view the beautiful panorama of coral reef, colorful fishes and other unique marines life with professional snorkeling guide who guide you the right snorkeling spot point in Bali. It will take about one hour to explore and view beautiful underwater life which is completed safety equipment.
|Our Special Offer Price and Valid until 31 March 2013
| Publish Rate |
| Internet Rate
USD 25/ person
USD 20/ person
|NOTE: Minimun 2 persons
- 1 hour snorkeling
- Boat transfer
- Snorkeling gear
- Short safety briefing
- Snorkeling guide
- Medical insurance
- Free using locker.
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