Bali - Island of the Gods
Situated on the western-most fringe of the Coral Triangle, the Island of Bali offers an impressive but often overlooked diving experience as we direct our attention to the more remote diving outposts in the east. However, Bali’s beauty does not lie in its isolation, but in its accessibility. Many divers long to experience imteractions with larger whale sharks, mola-mola, turtles and manta rays in their natural habitats. However we are now seeing a shift of interest to smaller and more numerous marine species. This is excellent news for underwater enthusiasts who wish to spend some time in Bali. Bottom-dwelling marine life in the many embayments scattered along the picturesque north east coast are unique habitats for many species of critters living in the black volcanic sands.