Pemuteran Bay is our second home. It features various diving spots and is the starting point for Pemuteran Reefs. Diving from the shore is ideal for introductory dives, getting certified or dusting off your diving skills.

It offers endless hours of exploring: observe turtles grazing on seagrass, red snappers patrolling the wall, moray eels hiding in the artificial reef, clownfish viciously defending their colonies, and much more. Diving Pemuteran Reefs is suitable for open water divers as well as advanced divers. For those with a little more experience under your weight belts, we can visit an underwater temple at 30 meters, the Deep Reef, or enjoy the thrill of night diving on the outer reefs.
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shore dives, tank & weights
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boat dives, tank & weights
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1 discover dive
shore dive, all inclusive
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Discover Scuba Diving

Your first underwater experience

Pemuteran Bay is an ideal location- to get your scuba feet wet, if you are looking to do some discovery dives or want to become a certified diver.
Scuba Diving Snorkeling and skin diving Slope Reef Macro Photography
Biowreck features a large coral bommie and two artificial structures. It is a dynamic dive site great for snorkeling and easy fun dives, while also awesome for macro photography in the right conditions.

Depth: 3 to 24 m

Common Dwellers: shrimp, crab, numerous nudibranchs, parrotfish, cornet fish, trumpetfish, mantis shrimp, leaf scorpionfish.

Special Guests: octopus, ghost pipefish, cuttlefish, golden trevally, pygmy seahorse.

Scuba Diving Current Slope Reef Deep Diving Night Dive
Home to a large colony of dancing garden eels. Awesome for macro photography, snorkeling and fun dives for more experienced divers. Can also be a nice drift dive.

Depth: 5 to 35 m

Common Dwellers: octopus, angelfish, bannerfish, gorgonia, triggerfish, trumpetfish, mantis shrimp, giant cuttlefish.

Special Guests: school of jack fish, white tip reef shark, clown triggerfish.

Scuba Diving Deep Diving Snorkeling and skin diving Snorkeling and skin diving
The spot offers two excellent dive sites: Temple Wall (30 m) & Temple Garden (18 m).

Depth: 3 to 30 m

Common Dwellers: little critters, skeleton shrimp, batfish, underwater temple.

Special Guests: frogfish, humphead parrotfish.

Close Encounters

Night dive on a reef

Night diving is usually done in Pemuteran Bay but if the conditions are right, we can also take you to Close Encounters. You won't believe how a spot can transform during the night. While it is an amazing experience, it is not for the fainthearted.