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, and clownfish viciously defending their colonies. Diving Pemuteran Reefs is suitable for beginners as well as advanced divers. For those with a little more experience under their weight belts, we can visit an underwater temple at 30 meters, the macro haven known as the Deep Reef, or enjoy the thrill of night diving with a boat.


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Top 6 dive sites

  • 1. Napoleon Reef

    Napoleon Reef, shrouded in tales about its name, offers a dive full of surprises. Discover the wonderful corals in its shallow area and a deep pinnacle adorned with gorgonia fans. Approachable from the east or west, depending on the day's conditions, it offers a versatile diving experience.

    Depth: 3 to 25 m
    Common Dwellers: scorpion fish, surgeonfish, angelfish, nudibranch, clownfish
    Special Guests: whitetip reef shark, eagle ray, napoleon fish

  • 2. BioWreck

    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: 4 to 30 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.

  • 3. Deep Reef

    Deep Reef is a testament to regeneration, hosting our coral restoration project in collaboration with Coral Reef Care. Dive into this site for superb macro opportunities and witness the rebirth of marine life firsthand.

    Depth: 10 to 40 m
    Common Dwellers: nudibranch, mantis shrimp, parrotfish, trumpetfish, scorpionfish.
    Special Guests: green sea turtle, octupus.

  • 4. Temple Wall

    Bali is full of temples but have you ever seen one while scuba diving? It has quite an interesting story, but not one you would expect. The dive is deeper and can be tricky, so make sure you have the proper certification in your pocket.

    Depth: 7 to 35 m
    Common Dwellers: little critters, skeleton shrimp, batfish, gorgonia fans, statues.
    Special Guests: banded pipefish, moray eel, pygmy seahorse.

  • 5. Muck Bay

    Who doesn’t love a good muck dive? Muck Bay offers a different sight from the usual coral reefs but don’t let that fool you. It’s teeming with life – and what truly alien life it is!

    Depth: 2 to 12 m
    Common Dwellers: nudibranchs, flying gurnard, shrimp, crab, eel, seahorse, cuttlefish.
    Special Guests: frogfish, mimic octopus, ornate ghost pipefish.

  • 6. BioRock

    An innovative coral nursery project on Pemuteran Beach, Biorock features various artificial structures for coral regeneration, making it an ideal site for macro photography and observing reef restoration.

    Depth: 2 to 18 m
    Common Dwellers: yellow striped snapper, catfish, damsels, humbugs
    Special Guests: two resident turtles, Sisi and Sophie, titan triggerfish, lobsters, and the elusive nudibranch Shaun the Sheep.

Sunset in Pemuteran before the night dive
Tonight's Special:

A Night Dive with a Twist

Night diving usually takes place in Pemuteran Bay, but if the conditions are right, we can dive into the nocturnal world of Pemuteran Reefs.

You won't believe how a spot can transform during the night! It's a fascinating experience with unique animal encounters like coral cat sharks and Spanish dancers, but beware - it's definitely not for the fainthearted. Occasional encounters with patrolling white-tip sharks tend to add an element of excitement to the dive.

So, if you're an advanced diver seeking a more thrilling diving experience, this might be just what you're looking for.