WIFISH DIVE SITES

We have a large and diverse variety of dive sites to choose from. For detailed information on all the dive sites we offer, scroll down or click the links below!

Dive Site Map

MANTA POINT

Beginner to Advanced

10-25m Depth

Manta Ray Cleaning Station

18-28 Degrees C

Little to No Current

Light Surge is Present

5-25m Visibility

45 minute Boat Ride

South Nusa Penida

Manta Ray

Manta Point is one of the most famous dive sites in the entire Bali area with many people traveling here each year to dive with the Manta Rays. Situated on the South tip of Nusa Penida, this dive site is tucked in against stunning cliffs. Underwater, the dive site features a Manta Ray cleaning station at a depth of about 10 meters. From there the reef gently slopes out until it drops off to a sandy bottom.

The Manta Rays are this sites main attraction and they can be seen here all year long. Other types of marine life found here can include Wobbegong sharks, Bamboo Sharks, Blue-Spotted Stingrays, Eagle Rays and various common reef fish. If you are super lucky there is a Mola Mola cleaning station in the area too!

The conditions at Manta Point make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. It is a relatively easy dive, generally quite shallow and with little to no current. There can however be some surge present at this dive site. Surge is very easy to dive in and we also brief everyone on techniques to use when diving in surge. Visibility can be a little unpredictable at this site, ranging between 5 and 25 meters due to the abundance of plankton in the water. Here this is a good thing as the Manta Rays feed on plankton!

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Manta Point will drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

CRYSTAL BAY

Beginner to Advanced

5-40m+ Depth

Mola Mola Cleaning Station

18-28 Degrees C

Medium to Strong Current

Bay Dive

15-30m+ Visibility

25 minute Boat Ride

Northwest Nusa Penida

Mola Mola

Crystal Bay is aptly named for its ultra clear water with visibility consistently exceeding 30 meters. Lying off the west coast of Nusa Penida, this dive site is tucked in a protected bay. Beautiful, sloping coral reefs line both sides of this bay while the middle of the bay is a sandy bottom. From shore, the dive site is quite shallow and as you head out along either reef, it will progressively drop to over 40+ meters.

Along with crystal clear water, in season, this dive site offers a very good chance to dive with the rare Mola Mola. Featuring a Mola Mola cleaning station on the corner of the bay, the Mola Mola are frequently seen here cruising around the bay. There is an abundance and large variety of marine life found here. From all the common reef fish, including Moray Eels, Turtles and Shrimps, there is always something to find here. Also found here can be some larger Pelagics such as Tuna, Trevally and Barracuda.

The conditions at Crystal Bay make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. In the shallow area, it is a relatively easy dive, generally with little to no current. As you head out down the reef towards the corner, there can however be some current present at this dive site. We recommend only Advanced Level or higher divers journey out towards the corner. We also brief everyone on techniques to use when diving in current.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Crystal Bay will drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

MANGROVE

Beginner to Advanced

5-25m Depth

Schooling Fish

22-28 Degrees C

Moderate to Strong Current

Drift Dive

15-30m+ Visibility

10 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Lembongan

Lionfish

Mangrove is a stunning dive site that runs along the North Coast of Nusa Lembongan. Named for its location at the mouth of the Mangrove Forest, this dive site is roughly a 2km stretch of sloping reef and boasts some of the most beautiful, colorful coral in the area!

Mangrove hosts a wide range of marine life including many species of schooling fish, Giant Pufferfish, Great Barracuda and Moray Eels. Diving at this site often feels like diving in aquarium and many divers will lose track of all the different species they spot during their dive!

The conditions at Mangrove make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. This dive is almost always a drift dive, meaning we dive from one end of the site to the other going along with the current. There is nothing quite like drift diving, it is quite possibly the closest experience to flying you can have! We will always brief everyone on techniques to use when diving in current.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Mangrove can drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

BLUE CORNER

Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Mola Mola Cleaning Station

18-26 Degrees C

Moderate to Strong Current

Wall Dive

15-30m+ Visibility

5 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Lembongan

Mola Mola

During the dry season (May-Oct), Blue Corner offers one of the best chances to dive with the rare Mola Mola. Situated on the Northwest end of Nusa Lembongan and just a few minute boat ride from our dive center, this dive site features a stepped terrace that leads to a vertical wall dropoff.

The main attraction at Blue Corner is the chance to spot the Mola Mola, with there often being many in the area at the same time. Best done as an early morning dive, there is also a good chance to spot some larger pelagic marine life here including, Reef Sharks, Tuna, Marble Rays and Eagle Rays.

The conditions at Blue Corner can be challenging with Moderate to Strong current present. As such, we only offer this dive site to Advanced Level or higher divers and when the conditions are appropriate..

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Blue Corner can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

MANTA BAY

Beginner to Advanced

5-20m+ Depth

Manta Ray Feeding Station

18-26 Degrees C

Little to No Current

Bay Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

West Nusa Penida

Manta Ray

Located in West Nusa Penida, Manta Bay offers up an excellent chance to dive with Manta Rays. A large bay recessed into the cliffs, the view above the surface is just as beautiful. From the shoreline, this dive site starts very shallow with the mix of reef and rock then sloping out very gently.

The main point of interest at this site is the chance to dive with Manta Rays. This bay attracts an abundance of plankton which the Mantas feed on, as such they can be seen here all year long. Various other reef fish and Sea Kraits can also be found here.

The conditions at Manta Bay make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With little to no current present, good visibility and generally calm conditions, this is an excellent dive for anyone.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Manta Bay can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

GAMAT BAY

Advanced

30m+ Depth

Large Pelagics

18-28 Degrees C

Moderate to Strong Current

Bay/Wall Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

Northwest Nusa Penida

Barracuda

Gamat Bay is a very unique dive site, it is a small bay situated off a deep channel that runs between Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan. The bay section which is relative shallow and covered in coral, leads out to a near vertical wall at the edge of the channel.

The main focus for this dive is large pelagic marine life. Sharks, Tuna, Barracuda, Giant Trevally and even Mola Mola pass by this dive site.

The conditions at Gamat Bay can be challenging with Moderate to Strong current present on the wall section. As such, we only offer this dive site to Advanced Level or higher divers and when the conditions are appropriate.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Gamat Bay can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

CENINGAN WALL

Advanced

30m+ Depth

Large Pelagics

18-28 Degrees C

Moderate to Very Strong Current

Wall Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

Northeast Nusa Ceningan

Batfish

Ceningan Wall lies on a deep channel that runs between Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan. A near vertical wall that is covered in red, yellow and orange soft coral, the beauty of this site is unmatched. Home to some of the strongest current in the area, you should be comfortable diving in strong current before signing up for this dive.

The highlight at this dive site is the sheer beauty of the soft coral covered wall. As you drift along the wall, the seemingly endless coral is always popping with bright colors. It is always a good idea to keep an eye looking out into the blue during this dive as you never know what type of larger pelagics might pass by in the current!

The conditions at Ceningan Wall can be challenging with Moderate to Very Strong current almost always present. As such, we only offer this dive site to Advanced Level or higher divers and when the conditions are appropriate.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Ceningan Wall can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

TOYAH PAKEH

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Giant Trevally

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Moderate Current

Wall Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

25 minute Boat Ride

Northeast Nusa Penida

Nudibranch

Lying in the Northeast of Nusa Penida, Toyah Pakeh, which directly translates to "Salt Water", is largely regarded as the most beautiful dive site in the area. The underwater topography and colorful coral found here are quite spectacular. With soft coral walls, sections of sloping reef and a huge variety of marine life, this site is sure not to disappoint!

The attraction at Toyah Pakeh is the amazing diversity of marine life. With consistent aquarium like conditions, it is very likely you will lose track counting all of the different species you find on a dive. This site is also home to a school of Giant Trevally you will likely encounter when diving here!

The conditions at Toyah Pakeh make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to moderate current here, consistently clear water, whether it is your 10th or 100th dive, there is something for everyone here.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Toyah Pakeh can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

SD POINT

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Dogtooth Tuna, Turtles

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Moderate Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

20 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Nudibranch

SD Point is a beautiful dive site that runs along a sloping coral plateau on the North side of Nusa Penida. This site is named after the small school situated at the start of the dive site. Boasting some of the healthiest and most colorful coral in the area, this site is also a magnet for marine life both big and small.

As you drift along this site, you are sure to encounter endless species of reef fish while marveling at the underwater landscape. There is high likelihood you will come across some turtles on this dive site with a chance to spot many larger pelagics such as Tuna and Trevally hunting in the area. During the dry season (May-Oct) there is a chance to spot the Mola Mola here, with ultra lucky divers getting a chance to see large Dogtooth Tuna passing by!

The conditions at SD Point make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to moderate current here, this can be a perfect introduction to drift diving. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the healthy coral and diverse marine life, this site rarely disappoints!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at SD Point can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

PED

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Turtles, Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

25 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Turtle

PED dive site covers a large area of sloping reef made up of both hard and soft corals. Starting out with a gentle slope, as you approach 15 meters depth, the slope will begin to get steeper down to 30+ meters. PED is named for the temple that signifies the start of the dive site, the temple also being used as a land mark for a Mola Mola cleaning station.

Usually done as a drift dive, PED offers a large area full of colorful coral and many different reef fish species. There is a very high chance you will spot some Hawksbill Turtles during your dive here. The currents here also bring some larger pelagic species passing by and during the dry season (May-Oct) there is a good chance to spot the Mola Mola here, with a cleaning station located at around 30 meters depth.

The conditions at PED make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to moderate current here, this can be a perfect introduction to drift diving. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the healthy coral and diverse marine life, this site rarely disappoints!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at PED can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

SENTAL

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Turtles, Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Catfish

Sental Dive site, located in the middle of North Nusa Penida, is comprised mainly of staghorn coral with soft and hard coral bommies scattered throughout the site. Gradually sloping from the shoreline, this site offers a very wide area to dive and explore.

Currents often seem to mix here creating a bit of a zig zag dive where you might drift left at the start, and drift right near the end of your dive, however, currents here are usually quite mild. A high variety of smaller reef fish are found here with a good chance to spot some turtles too!

The conditions at Sental make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to medium current here, this can be a perfect introduction to drift diving. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the diverse marine life, this is a fun site to explore!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Sental can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

PURA MAS GADING

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

35 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Scorpionfish

Pura Mas Gading or PMG is located in North Nusa Penida. Named after the small temple that signifies the start of the dive site, PMG offers a nice, gradual sloping reef from very shallow to 30+ meters depth. Using the temple as a land marker and following down to around 30 meters depth, you will find a Mola Mola cleaning station. Keep your eyes open for all the Bannerfish!

Mola Mola are the main attraction for divers at this site, however, there are also plenty of common reef fish and smaller macro life such as Nudibranchs, Shrimps and small Crabs. With very little current here, alot of the smaller reef fish will be out and about. On rare occasions, the large Napolean Wrasse can be found patrolling this area as well!

The conditions at PMG make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With very little current here, this is generally a very easy dive. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the diverse marine life and the chance to spot the Mola Mola, this is a great site for anyone!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at PMG can drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

BUYUK

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

35 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Nudibranch

Buyuk is the farthest east dive site on the North side of Nusa Penida. The topography here is that of a gradual sloping reef from very shallow to 30+ meters depth. Mixed hard and soft corals dominate this dive site providing habitat and shelter for many of the smaller marine life found here.

Many species of common reef fish roam around here. Damselfish, Angelfish, Lionfish, Scorpionfish, Moorish Idols and Nemo can all be spotted at this site. Buyuk is also home to many macro sized marine life such as Nudibranchs, Shrimps and Crabs. During this dive, make sure you keep an eye looking into the blue as there can be some larger pelagics passing by!

The conditions at Buyuk make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With very little current here, this is generally a very easy dive. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the diverse marine life and wide ranging coral reef, this dive is perfect for divers of all abilities!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Buyuk can drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

WIFISH DIVE SITES

We have a large and diverse variety of dive sites to choose from. For detailed information on all the dive sites we offer, scroll down or click the links below!

Dive Site Map

MANTA POINT

Beginner to Advanced

10-25m Depth

Manta Ray Cleaning Station

18-28 Degrees C

Little to No Current

Light Surge is Present

5-25m Visibility

45 minute Boat Ride

South Nusa Penida

Manta Ray

Manta Point is one of the most famous dive sites in the entire Bali area with many people traveling here each year to dive with the Manta Rays. Situated on the South tip of Nusa Penida, this dive site is tucked in against stunning cliffs. Underwater, the dive site features a Manta Ray cleaning station at a depth of about 10 meters. From there the reef gently slopes out until it drops off to a sandy bottom.

The Manta Rays are this sites main attraction and they can be seen here all year long. Other types of marine life found here can include Wobbegong sharks, Bamboo Sharks, Blue-Spotted Stingrays, Eagle Rays and various common reef fish. If you are super lucky there is a Mola Mola cleaning station in the area too!

The conditions at Manta Point make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. It is a relatively easy dive, generally quite shallow and with little to no current. There can however be some surge present at this dive site. Surge is very easy to dive in and we also brief everyone on techniques to use when diving in surge. Visibility can be a little unpredictable at this site, ranging between 5 and 25 meters due to the abundance of plankton in the water. Here this is a good thing as the Manta Rays feed on plankton!

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Manta Point will drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

CRYSTAL BAY

Beginner to Advanced

5-40m+ Depth

Mola Mola Cleaning Station

18-28 Degrees C

Medium to Strong Current

Bay Dive

15-30m+ Visibility

25 minute Boat Ride

Northwest Nusa Penida

Mola Mola

Crystal Bay is aptly named for its ultra clear water with visibility consistently exceeding 30 meters. Lying off the west coast of Nusa Penida, this dive site is tucked in a protected bay. Beautiful, sloping coral reefs line both sides of this bay while the middle of the bay is a sandy bottom. From shore, the dive site is quite shallow and as you head out along either reef, it will progressively drop to over 40+ meters.

Along with crystal clear water, in season, this dive site offers a very good chance to dive with the rare Mola Mola. Featuring a Mola Mola cleaning station on the corner of the bay, the Mola Mola are frequently seen here cruising around the bay. There is an abundance and large variety of marine life found here. From all the common reef fish, including Moray Eels, Turtles and Shrimps, there is always something to find here. Also found here can be some larger Pelagics such as Tuna, Trevally and Barracuda.

The conditions at Crystal Bay make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. In the shallow area, it is a relatively easy dive, generally with little to no current. As you head out down the reef towards the corner, there can however be some current present at this dive site. We recommend only Advanced Level or higher divers journey out towards the corner. We also brief everyone on techniques to use when diving in current.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Crystal Bay will drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

MANGROVE

Beginner to Advanced

5-25m Depth

Schooling Fish

22-28 Degrees C

Moderate to Strong Current

Drift Dive

15-30m+ Visibility

10 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Lembongan

Lionfish

Mangrove is a stunning dive site that runs along the North Coast of Nusa Lembongan. Named for its location at the mouth of the Mangrove Forest, this dive site is roughly a 2km stretch of sloping reef and boasts some of the most beautiful, colorful coral in the area!

Mangrove hosts a wide range of marine life including many species of schooling fish, Giant Pufferfish, Great Barracuda and Moray Eels. Diving at this site often feels like diving in aquarium and many divers will lose track of all the different species they spot during their dive!

The conditions at Mangrove make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. This dive is almost always a drift dive, meaning we dive from one end of the site to the other going along with the current. There is nothing quite like drift diving, it is quite possibly the closest experience to flying you can have! We will always brief everyone on techniques to use when diving in current.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Mangrove can drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

BLUE CORNER

Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Mola Mola Cleaning Station

18-26 Degrees C

Moderate to Strong Current

Wall Dive

15-30m+ Visibility

5 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Lembongan

Mola Mola

During the dry season (May-Oct), Blue Corner offers one of the best chances to dive with the rare Mola Mola. Situated on the Northwest end of Nusa Lembongan and just a few minute boat ride from our dive center, this dive site features a stepped terrace that leads to a vertical wall dropoff.

The main attraction at Blue Corner is the chance to spot the Mola Mola, with there often being many in the area at the same time. Best done as an early morning dive, there is also a good chance to spot some larger pelagic marine life here including, Reef Sharks, Tuna, Marble Rays and Eagle Rays.

The conditions at Blue Corner can be challenging with Moderate to Strong current present. As such, we only offer this dive site to Advanced Level or higher divers and when the conditions are appropriate..

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Blue Corner can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

MANTA BAY

Beginner to Advanced

5-20m+ Depth

Manta Ray Feeding Station

18-26 Degrees C

Little to No Current

Bay Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

West Nusa Penida

Manta Ray

Located in West Nusa Penida, Manta Bay offers up an excellent chance to dive with Manta Rays. A large bay recessed into the cliffs, the view above the surface is just as beautiful. From the shoreline, this dive site starts very shallow with the mix of reef and rock then sloping out very gently.

The main point of interest at this site is the chance to dive with Manta Rays. This bay attracts an abundance of plankton which the Mantas feed on, as such they can be seen here all year long. Various other reef fish and Sea Kraits can also be found here.

The conditions at Manta Bay make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With little to no current present, good visibility and generally calm conditions, this is an excellent dive for anyone.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Manta Bay can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

GAMAT BAY

Advanced

30m+ Depth

Large Pelagics

18-28 Degrees C

Moderate to Strong Current

Bay/Wall Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

Northwest Nusa Penida

Barracuda

Gamat Bay is a very unique dive site, it is a small bay situated off a deep channel that runs between Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan. The bay section which is relative shallow and covered in coral, leads out to a near vertical wall at the edge of the channel.

The main focus for this dive is large pelagic marine life. Sharks, Tuna, Barracuda, Giant Trevally and even Mola Mola pass by this dive site.

The conditions at Gamat Bay can be challenging with Moderate to Strong current present on the wall section. As such, we only offer this dive site to Advanced Level or higher divers and when the conditions are appropriate.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Gamat Bay can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

CENINGAN WALL

Advanced

30m+ Depth

Large Pelagics

18-28 Degrees C

Moderate to Very Strong Current

Wall Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

Northeast Nusa Ceningan

Batfish

Ceningan Wall lies on a deep channel that runs between Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan. A near vertical wall that is covered in red, yellow and orange soft coral, the beauty of this site is unmatched. Home to some of the strongest current in the area, you should be comfortable diving in strong current before signing up for this dive.

The highlight at this dive site is the sheer beauty of the soft coral covered wall. As you drift along the wall, the seemingly endless coral is always popping with bright colors. It is always a good idea to keep an eye looking out into the blue during this dive as you never know what type of larger pelagics might pass by in the current!

The conditions at Ceningan Wall can be challenging with Moderate to Very Strong current almost always present. As such, we only offer this dive site to Advanced Level or higher divers and when the conditions are appropriate.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Ceningan Wall can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

TOYAH PAKEH

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Giant Trevally

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Moderate Current

Wall Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

25 minute Boat Ride

Northeast Nusa Penida

Nudibranch

Lying in the Northeast of Nusa Penida, Toyah Pakeh, which directly translates to "Salt Water", is largely regarded as the most beautiful dive site in the area. The underwater topography and colorful coral found here are quite spectacular. With soft coral walls, sections of sloping reef and a huge variety of marine life, this site is sure not to disappoint!

The attraction at Toyah Pakeh is the amazing diversity of marine life. With consistent aquarium like conditions, it is very likely you will lose track counting all of the different species you find on a dive. This site is also home to a school of Giant Trevally you will likely encounter when diving here!

The conditions at Toyah Pakeh make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to moderate current here, consistently clear water, whether it is your 10th or 100th dive, there is something for everyone here.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Toyah Pakeh can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

SD POINT

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Dogtooth Tuna, Turtles

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Moderate Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

20 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Nudibranch

SD Point is a beautiful dive site that runs along a sloping coral plateau on the North side of Nusa Penida. This site is named after the small school situated at the start of the dive site. Boasting some of the healthiest and most colorful coral in the area, this site is also a magnet for marine life both big and small.

As you drift along this site, you are sure to encounter endless species of reef fish while marveling at the underwater landscape. There is high likelihood you will come across some turtles on this dive site with a chance to spot many larger pelagics such as Tuna and Trevally hunting in the area. During the dry season (May-Oct) there is a chance to spot the Mola Mola here, with ultra lucky divers getting a chance to see large Dogtooth Tuna passing by!

The conditions at SD Point make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to moderate current here, this can be a perfect introduction to drift diving. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the healthy coral and diverse marine life, this site rarely disappoints!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at SD Point can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

PED

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Turtles, Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

25 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Turtle

PED dive site covers a large area of sloping reef made up of both hard and soft corals. Starting out with a gentle slope, as you approach 15 meters depth, the slope will begin to get steeper down to 30+ meters. PED is named for the temple that signifies the start of the dive site, the temple also being used as a land mark for a Mola Mola cleaning station.

Usually done as a drift dive, PED offers a large area full of colorful coral and many different reef fish species. There is a very high chance you will spot some Hawksbill Turtles during your dive here. The currents here also bring some larger pelagic species passing by and during the dry season (May-Oct) there is a good chance to spot the Mola Mola here, with a cleaning station located at around 30 meters depth.

The conditions at PED make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to moderate current here, this can be a perfect introduction to drift diving. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the healthy coral and diverse marine life, this site rarely disappoints!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at PED can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

SENTAL

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Turtles, Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Catfish

Sental Dive site, located in the middle of North Nusa Penida, is comprised mainly of staghorn coral with soft and hard coral bommies scattered throughout the site. Gradually sloping from the shoreline, this site offers a very wide area to dive and explore.

Currents often seem to mix here creating a bit of a zig zag dive where you might drift left at the start, and drift right near the end of your dive, however, currents here are usually quite mild. A high variety of smaller reef fish are found here with a good chance to spot some turtles too!

The conditions at Sental make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to medium current here, this can be a perfect introduction to drift diving. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the diverse marine life, this is a fun site to explore!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Sental can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

PURA MAS GADING

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

35 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Scorpionfish

Pura Mas Gading or PMG is located in North Nusa Penida. Named after the small temple that signifies the start of the dive site, PMG offers a nice, gradual sloping reef from very shallow to 30+ meters depth. Using the temple as a land marker and following down to around 30 meters depth, you will find a Mola Mola cleaning station. Keep your eyes open for all the Bannerfish!

Mola Mola are the main attraction for divers at this site, however, there are also plenty of common reef fish and smaller macro life such as Nudibranchs, Shrimps and small Crabs. With very little current here, alot of the smaller reef fish will be out and about. On rare occasions, the large Napolean Wrasse can be found patrolling this area as well!

The conditions at PMG make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With very little current here, this is generally a very easy dive. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the diverse marine life and the chance to spot the Mola Mola, this is a great site for anyone!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at PMG can drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

BUYUK

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

35 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Nudibranch

Buyuk is the farthest east dive site on the North side of Nusa Penida. The topography here is that of a gradual sloping reef from very shallow to 30+ meters depth. Mixed hard and soft corals dominate this dive site providing habitat and shelter for many of the smaller marine life found here.

Many species of common reef fish roam around here. Damselfish, Angelfish, Lionfish, Scorpionfish, Moorish Idols and Nemo can all be spotted at this site. Buyuk is also home to many macro sized marine life such as Nudibranchs, Shrimps and Crabs. During this dive, make sure you keep an eye looking into the blue as there can be some larger pelagics passing by!

The conditions at Buyuk make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With very little current here, this is generally a very easy dive. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the diverse marine life and wide ranging coral reef, this dive is perfect for divers of all abilities!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Buyuk can drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

WIFISH DIVE SITES

We have a large and diverse variety of dive sites to choose from. For detailed information on all the dive sites we offer, scroll down or click the links below!

Dive Site Map

MANTA POINT

Beginner to Advanced

10-25m Depth

Manta Ray Cleaning Station

18-28 Degrees C

Little to No Current

Light Surge is Present

5-25m Visibility

45 minute Boat Ride

South Nusa Penida

Manta Ray

Manta Point is one of the most famous dive sites in the entire Bali area with many people traveling here each year to dive with the Manta Rays. Situated on the South tip of Nusa Penida, this dive site is tucked in against stunning cliffs. Underwater, the dive site features a Manta Ray cleaning station at a depth of about 10 meters. From there the reef gently slopes out until it drops off to a sandy bottom.

The Manta Rays are this sites main attraction and they can be seen here all year long. Other types of marine life found here can include Wobbegong sharks, Bamboo Sharks, Blue-Spotted Stingrays, Eagle Rays and various common reef fish. If you are super lucky there is a Mola Mola cleaning station in the area too!

The conditions at Manta Point make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. It is a relatively easy dive, generally quite shallow and with little to no current. There can however be some surge present at this dive site. Surge is very easy to dive in and we also brief everyone on techniques to use when diving in surge. Visibility can be a little unpredictable at this site, ranging between 5 and 25 meters due to the abundance of plankton in the water. Here this is a good thing as the Manta Rays feed on plankton!

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Manta Point will drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

CRYSTAL BAY

Beginner to Advanced

5-40m+ Depth

Mola Mola Cleaning Station

18-28 Degrees C

Medium to Strong Current

Bay Dive

15-30m+ Visibility

25 minute Boat Ride

Northwest Nusa Penida

Mola Mola

Crystal Bay is aptly named for its ultra clear water with visibility consistently exceeding 30 meters. Lying off the west coast of Nusa Penida, this dive site is tucked in a protected bay. Beautiful, sloping coral reefs line both sides of this bay while the middle of the bay is a sandy bottom. From shore, the dive site is quite shallow and as you head out along either reef, it will progressively drop to over 40+ meters.

Along with crystal clear water, in season, this dive site offers a very good chance to dive with the rare Mola Mola. Featuring a Mola Mola cleaning station on the corner of the bay, the Mola Mola are frequently seen here cruising around the bay. There is an abundance and large variety of marine life found here. From all the common reef fish, including Moray Eels, Turtles and Shrimps, there is always something to find here. Also found here can be some larger Pelagics such as Tuna, Trevally and Barracuda.

The conditions at Crystal Bay make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. In the shallow area, it is a relatively easy dive, generally with little to no current. As you head out down the reef towards the corner, there can however be some current present at this dive site. We recommend only Advanced Level or higher divers journey out towards the corner. We also brief everyone on techniques to use when diving in current.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Crystal Bay will drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

MANGROVE

Beginner to Advanced

5-25m Depth

Schooling Fish

22-28 Degrees C

Moderate to Strong Current

Drift Dive

15-30m+ Visibility

10 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Lembongan

Lionfish

Mangrove is a stunning dive site that runs along the North Coast of Nusa Lembongan. Named for its location at the mouth of the Mangrove Forest, this dive site is roughly a 2km stretch of sloping reef and boasts some of the most beautiful, colorful coral in the area!

Mangrove hosts a wide range of marine life including many species of schooling fish, Giant Pufferfish, Great Barracuda and Moray Eels. Diving at this site often feels like diving in aquarium and many divers will lose track of all the different species they spot during their dive!

The conditions at Mangrove make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. This dive is almost always a drift dive, meaning we dive from one end of the site to the other going along with the current. There is nothing quite like drift diving, it is quite possibly the closest experience to flying you can have! We will always brief everyone on techniques to use when diving in current.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Mangrove can drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

BLUE CORNER

Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Mola Mola Cleaning Station

18-26 Degrees C

Moderate to Strong Current

Wall Dive

15-30m+ Visibility

5 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Lembongan

Mola Mola

During the dry season (May-Oct), Blue Corner offers one of the best chances to dive with the rare Mola Mola. Situated on the Northwest end of Nusa Lembongan and just a few minute boat ride from our dive center, this dive site features a stepped terrace that leads to a vertical wall dropoff.

The main attraction at Blue Corner is the chance to spot the Mola Mola, with there often being many in the area at the same time. Best done as an early morning dive, there is also a good chance to spot some larger pelagic marine life here including, Reef Sharks, Tuna, Marble Rays and Eagle Rays.

The conditions at Blue Corner can be challenging with Moderate to Strong current present. As such, we only offer this dive site to Advanced Level or higher divers and when the conditions are appropriate..

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Blue Corner can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

MANTA BAY

Beginner to Advanced

5-20m+ Depth

Manta Ray Feeding Station

18-26 Degrees C

Little to No Current

Bay Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

West Nusa Penida

Manta Ray

Located in West Nusa Penida, Manta Bay offers up an excellent chance to dive with Manta Rays. A large bay recessed into the cliffs, the view above the surface is just as beautiful. From the shoreline, this dive site starts very shallow with the mix of reef and rock then sloping out very gently.

The main point of interest at this site is the chance to dive with Manta Rays. This bay attracts an abundance of plankton which the Mantas feed on, as such they can be seen here all year long. Various other reef fish and Sea Kraits can also be found here.

The conditions at Manta Bay make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With little to no current present, good visibility and generally calm conditions, this is an excellent dive for anyone.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Manta Bay can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

GAMAT BAY

Advanced

30m+ Depth

Large Pelagics

18-28 Degrees C

Moderate to Strong Current

Bay/Wall Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

Northwest Nusa Penida

Barracuda

Gamat Bay is a very unique dive site, it is a small bay situated off a deep channel that runs between Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan. The bay section which is relative shallow and covered in coral, leads out to a near vertical wall at the edge of the channel.

The main focus for this dive is large pelagic marine life. Sharks, Tuna, Barracuda, Giant Trevally and even Mola Mola pass by this dive site.

The conditions at Gamat Bay can be challenging with Moderate to Strong current present on the wall section. As such, we only offer this dive site to Advanced Level or higher divers and when the conditions are appropriate.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Gamat Bay can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

CENINGAN WALL

Advanced

30m+ Depth

Large Pelagics

18-28 Degrees C

Moderate to Very Strong Current

Wall Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

Northeast Nusa Ceningan

Batfish

Ceningan Wall lies on a deep channel that runs between Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan. A near vertical wall that is covered in red, yellow and orange soft coral, the beauty of this site is unmatched. Home to some of the strongest current in the area, you should be comfortable diving in strong current before signing up for this dive.

The highlight at this dive site is the sheer beauty of the soft coral covered wall. As you drift along the wall, the seemingly endless coral is always popping with bright colors. It is always a good idea to keep an eye looking out into the blue during this dive as you never know what type of larger pelagics might pass by in the current!

The conditions at Ceningan Wall can be challenging with Moderate to Very Strong current almost always present. As such, we only offer this dive site to Advanced Level or higher divers and when the conditions are appropriate.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Ceningan Wall can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

TOYAH PAKEH

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Giant Trevally

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Moderate Current

Wall Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

25 minute Boat Ride

Northeast Nusa Penida

Nudibranch

Lying in the Northeast of Nusa Penida, Toyah Pakeh, which directly translates to "Salt Water", is largely regarded as the most beautiful dive site in the area. The underwater topography and colorful coral found here are quite spectacular. With soft coral walls, sections of sloping reef and a huge variety of marine life, this site is sure not to disappoint!

The attraction at Toyah Pakeh is the amazing diversity of marine life. With consistent aquarium like conditions, it is very likely you will lose track counting all of the different species you find on a dive. This site is also home to a school of Giant Trevally you will likely encounter when diving here!

The conditions at Toyah Pakeh make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to moderate current here, consistently clear water, whether it is your 10th or 100th dive, there is something for everyone here.

*Please note during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Toyah Pakeh can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

SD POINT

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Dogtooth Tuna, Turtles

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Moderate Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

20 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Nudibranch

SD Point is a beautiful dive site that runs along a sloping coral plateau on the North side of Nusa Penida. This site is named after the small school situated at the start of the dive site. Boasting some of the healthiest and most colorful coral in the area, this site is also a magnet for marine life both big and small.

As you drift along this site, you are sure to encounter endless species of reef fish while marveling at the underwater landscape. There is high likelihood you will come across some turtles on this dive site with a chance to spot many larger pelagics such as Tuna and Trevally hunting in the area. During the dry season (May-Oct) there is a chance to spot the Mola Mola here, with ultra lucky divers getting a chance to see large Dogtooth Tuna passing by!

The conditions at SD Point make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to moderate current here, this can be a perfect introduction to drift diving. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the healthy coral and diverse marine life, this site rarely disappoints!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at SD Point can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

PED

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Turtles, Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

25 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Turtle

PED dive site covers a large area of sloping reef made up of both hard and soft corals. Starting out with a gentle slope, as you approach 15 meters depth, the slope will begin to get steeper down to 30+ meters. PED is named for the temple that signifies the start of the dive site, the temple also being used as a land mark for a Mola Mola cleaning station.

Usually done as a drift dive, PED offers a large area full of colorful coral and many different reef fish species. There is a very high chance you will spot some Hawksbill Turtles during your dive here. The currents here also bring some larger pelagic species passing by and during the dry season (May-Oct) there is a good chance to spot the Mola Mola here, with a cleaning station located at around 30 meters depth.

The conditions at PED make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to moderate current here, this can be a perfect introduction to drift diving. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the healthy coral and diverse marine life, this site rarely disappoints!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at PED can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

SENTAL

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Turtles, Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

30 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Catfish

Sental Dive site, located in the middle of North Nusa Penida, is comprised mainly of staghorn coral with soft and hard coral bommies scattered throughout the site. Gradually sloping from the shoreline, this site offers a very wide area to dive and explore.

Currents often seem to mix here creating a bit of a zig zag dive where you might drift left at the start, and drift right near the end of your dive, however, currents here are usually quite mild. A high variety of smaller reef fish are found here with a good chance to spot some turtles too!

The conditions at Sental make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With low to medium current here, this can be a perfect introduction to drift diving. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the diverse marine life, this is a fun site to explore!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Sental can drop into low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

PURA MAS GADING

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

35 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Scorpionfish

Pura Mas Gading or PMG is located in North Nusa Penida. Named after the small temple that signifies the start of the dive site, PMG offers a nice, gradual sloping reef from very shallow to 30+ meters depth. Using the temple as a land marker and following down to around 30 meters depth, you will find a Mola Mola cleaning station. Keep your eyes open for all the Bannerfish!

Mola Mola are the main attraction for divers at this site, however, there are also plenty of common reef fish and smaller macro life such as Nudibranchs, Shrimps and small Crabs. With very little current here, alot of the smaller reef fish will be out and about. On rare occasions, the large Napolean Wrasse can be found patrolling this area as well!

The conditions at PMG make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With very little current here, this is generally a very easy dive. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the diverse marine life and the chance to spot the Mola Mola, this is a great site for anyone!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at PMG can drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!

BUYUK

Beginner to Advanced

10-30m+ Depth

Mola Mola

18-28 Degrees C

Low to Medium Current

Drift Dive

10-30m+ Visibility

35 minute Boat Ride

North Nusa Penida

Nudibranch

Buyuk is the farthest east dive site on the North side of Nusa Penida. The topography here is that of a gradual sloping reef from very shallow to 30+ meters depth. Mixed hard and soft corals dominate this dive site providing habitat and shelter for many of the smaller marine life found here.

Many species of common reef fish roam around here. Damselfish, Angelfish, Lionfish, Scorpionfish, Moorish Idols and Nemo can all be spotted at this site. Buyuk is also home to many macro sized marine life such as Nudibranchs, Shrimps and Crabs. During this dive, make sure you keep an eye looking into the blue as there can be some larger pelagics passing by!

The conditions at Buyuk make this dive site excellent for divers of all skill level. With very little current here, this is generally a very easy dive. Visibility here is quite often in the 25+ meter range and coupled with the diverse marine life and wide ranging coral reef, this dive is perfect for divers of all abilities!

*Please note, although the water in North Nusa Penida is usually quite warm, during the dry season (May-Oct) the water temperature at Buyuk can drop into the low 20s, we recommend to anyone with their own equipment to have at least a 5mm full wetsuit, if not we are happy to provide one!