Joe's Gone Diving Bali

Name
Mirjam de Munnik
Location:
Bypass Ngurah Rai 44A,
Sanur, Bali, Indonesia, Indonesia
Contact:
+62 (0)361 270 633
Mobile:
+62 (0)821 4554 9795
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

Joe's Gone Diving Bali

Joe's Gone Diving Bali is a Dutch-owned PADI 5* dive center in Sanur on Bali, managed by Jan and Mirjam. We arrange all your daily scuba diving trips, dive safaris and PADI courses on Bali for you. At Joe's, we like you to get the most out of this impressive dive destination and make your precious time off relaxing and fun. How? We always dive in small groups with experienced dive masters & instructors and have excellent facilities.

We dive all around the island and organise different trips every day. We even go to the most remote locations on Bali during our dive safaris of a couple of days. To make your dive adventure as convenient and hassle-free as possible, we offer free transport and can arrange accommodation for you. Moreover all our guests are insured as standard.

Affiliation:

PADI

Training Level:

up to Dive Master

Sites Visited:

Joe's Gone Diving dives on the best dive sites of Bali. Experience scuba diving with the breathtaking mantas on Nusa Penida's Manta Point or discover the beautiful reefs in Menjangan island. Explore the Liberty Wreck in Tulamben and enjoy the wonderful critters of Puri Jati.

There are over 100 dive spots in Bali, you can find a selection in this section. Joe's Gone Diving keeps exploring Bali for new dive opportunities. A short desciption of the main dive areas:

Nusa Penida: Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan are small islands in the South East of Bali. Here you can enjoy impressive wall dives, often find sun fish in the season and dive with manta rays on Manta Point. The dive sites are about 45 minutes by boat from Sanur.

North-West Bali: Menjangan island North-West Bali offers some great diving and is testament to the variety Bali has to offer. Dive on the spectacular reefs and walls of Menjangan National Marine Park. Marvel at the beautiful scenery and the abundant reef life there. Get your camera out for Secret Bay with its weird and wonderful critters. Explore the coral reef project and go on the lookout for the Napoleon wrasse on Napoleon reef at Pemuteran. Die to the distance we only visit these sites as part of dive safaris.

East Bali: The variety of sites in Padang Bay, Candidasa and Amed is impressive. Explore corals in Padang Bay, swim with large schools of fish in Gili Tepekong and Gili Mimpang and look out for pygmee seahorses in the Ferry Channel in the East of Bali. The dive sites are an hour by car and a short boat ride away from Sanur.

Tulamben and Kubu: The Liberty Wreck in Tulamben is one of the most famous dive spots in the world. The wreck is covered in corals and fans and is home to a variety of marine life. Tulamben can be found in the North East of Bali. Not too far away from Tulamben, you can find Kubu. This site has been becoming increasingly popular. These dive sites are shore dives and about 2 hours by car from Sanur.

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Name
Mirjam de Munnik
Location:
Bypass Ngurah Rai 44A,
Sanur, Bali, Indonesia, Indonesia
Contact:
+62 (0)361 270 633
Mobile:
+62 (0)821 4554 9795
Last Updated

2012-10-13 09:00:00

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