12 days
Bali Dive Trek
base price per person

Diving Adventure in the Indonesian Archipelago

On this 12-day diving safari in Bali, you will make 14 dives exploring the richest biodiversity of the underwater world. Bali is part of the Coral Triangle and the Indonesian archipelago is home to 500 coral reef species (seven times more marine species than the entire Caribbean!)

You’ll dive in the coral gardens and witness frogfish, harlequin shrimp and many other forms of marine life. In the global center of marine biodiversity, you can also discover rare species like pygmy seahorses hiding in the mud on ‘muck dives’ and take refuge in charming bungalows between the 14 dives. 



Day 1: Arrival

A transfer will pick you up at Denpasar airport and bring you to the bungalows, located half a kilometer from the beach and snorkeling site. The ten bungalows in Amed have everything you need: double beds, bathrooms, air conditioning and internet access.

Day 2: Tirta Gangga

Today, we’ll head east to explore the royal water palace, rice paddy terraces, maze of fountains, and wonderful carvings and statues in Tirta Gangga.

Day 3: Tulamben

Today, we’ll dive twice at one of the most popular sites in Bali. We meet at 8:15 at the dive center and head north-east to the small fishing village, Tulamben, to explore the Liberty shipwreck. During World War II, a Japanese submarine overturned the US Army cargo and 100 divers visit the wreck daily.

Day 4: Drift Dives in Amed

Today, we drift dive in Amed where we can encounter blacktip sharks, parrot fish and many other small marine life such as razor fish. We meet 8:15 at the dive center and take traditional wooden boats ‘Jukung’ to the two diving sites of Bunutan and Pyramid.

Day 5: Climb Gunung Batur Volcano

Today, we make an early start. We leave the bungalows at 4 AM to climb the active 1917m high volcano “Gunung Batur”. In the afternoon, we’ll go snorkeling.

Day 6: Nusa Penida

Today, we meet at 7 AM at the dive center and head to Nusa Penida for two dives in a site known for its impressive manta rays and ocean sunfish.

Day 7: Drift Dives and Night Dives

Today, we’ll drift dive twice and night dive in coral gardens in Emerald and Alamanda.

Day 8: Visit Pura Besakih Temple

Today, we head east at 9 AM to explore Bali’s most important temple, Pura Besakih, on the misty slopes of Mount Agung. It’s the largest and best-preserved temple in Bali and consists of 23 temples.

Day 9: Dive in Kubu

At 9 AM, we take off and head to Kabu in the traditional ‘Jemeluk’ boats for three dives to explore the Boga Wreck and coral gardens.

Day 10: Gili Tepekong

Today, we leave at 8 AM to dive in the Blue Dragon’s reef in Gili Tepekong.

Day 11: Visit Ubud

Today, we leave at 9AM to explore Ubud’s  traditional markets and animal park ‘Monkey Forest’. Back at the hotel, Balinese dancers will perform in the evening.

Day 12: Departure

Time to say our goodbye’s and head to the airport.


TOUR DATES 2 – 13 April 2018
14 – 25 May 2018
11 – 22 June 2018
9 – 20 July 2018
8 – 19 October 2018
12 – 23 November 2018
10 – 21 December 2018
 TOUR HIGHLIGHTS  14 breathtaking dives
 Visit water palace
 Visit temple in Besakih
  All-inclusive (except drink)
 Visit animal park
 Visit traditional marketBalinese dance performance
 INCLUDED  Accommodation in hotel room
All diving equipment
All meals
Airport transfers
 NOT INCLUDED  Flights to/from destination
Entrance fees during visits
 One month tourist visa
Supplementary travel insurance
In Ubud, you have the opportunity to go on a rafting trip for an additional $57.
 PRICE  $ 1,535 per person

Additional Information

Before departure

-Your passport has to be valid 6 months after your return.

-A one-month tourist visa is mandatory and not included in the price of the trip.


Bunga Laut Bungalow is located opposite the dive center, 500 meters from the beach and the best snorkeling site. There are 10 bungalows with king size beds, air condition, bathroom and television.


Breakfast, Indonesian/European lunch buffet and dinner are included in the trip. Breakfast is served between 7 -10 AM.


Four to 20 divers in each group.


Previous experience is required. Minimum: 30 dives.

There is a hyperbaric chamber in Denpasar and the dive center is equipped with oxygen and a first aid kit.

You have to bring a diving permit, diving log/book and a recent medical certificate (less than 6 months old). It is possible to dive with Nitrox (TORQ BOOST 5 euros per bottle for nitrox).


All diving equipment is included (BCD, regulator, weights belt, fins, mask, bottles, shorty), except for a dive computer, parachute and prescription lenses for the mask.

Personal equipment

You can bring a dive computer and landing parachute clothing: lightweight cotton pants, long shorts, wind jacket, middle to long sleeve shirt, T-shirts, bathing suits and a pair of sandals.

Weather and temperature

The weather is hot and humid during the “wet” season (December to June), with brief rain showers in the evening. The temperatures vary between 28° to 28° and 12° to 25° at the plateau.

Health formalities

Vaccination: no vaccination is required by Indonesian authorities, but diphtheria, tetanus and poliomyelitis are recommended. The malaria risk is low, but get advice from your doctor if you should get antimalarial treatment.

Avoid drinking tap water and stick to boiled or bottled water. Wash your hands with soap or use hydro-alcoholic antibacterial gel before eating. We also recommend that you bring sun lotion, your usual medication, plasters for blisters, neutral eye drops, antidiarrheal, healing ointment, insect repellent and anti-malarial.

Warning: it’s not possible to buy antibiotics in the pharmacy.

Warning: travel insurance is not included in the trip. Make sure to bring your medical card and  the contact information of your insurance provider.


The monetary unit is the Indonesian ‘Rupiah’.

1 USD = 13,400 Rupiah.


220V, 60 Hz, European plug.

Air Cie

Eva Air, Thai Airways, Qatar Airways, Cathay Pacific and KLM travel to Bali from France and other European countries.

Time difference

Bali is 7 hours ahead of European (CET) time in winter and 6 hours ahead in summer.

Practical info

Do not give money and other gifts to locals as you will encourage an attitude of begging and pose problems for groups that follow you.

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