Diving Menjangan-Pemuteran Day Trip: 2 dives

 

Explore diving in Menjangan.

The word “Menjangan” in Bahasa Indonesian means “deer,” and this tiny island is named after the herd of deer that inhabits it. Located in the North West corner of Bali, close to the strait of Java, you will make the 4 hour and 30-minute journey to Menjangan in the air-conditioned Dune Atlantis International Bali bus. You will follow the magnificent rice field-lined road until you arrive to mountainous region of Bedugul; renowned for its lakes, orchids, and strawberries.

Access to the island is monitored and protected as it is a National Park. Its perimeter is lined with mangrove and white sand beaches, and the sanctuary is home to an abundant variety of marine life. Menjangan is classified as one of the best places to dive in South East Asia, as the dive conditions are often optimal, characterized by light current, water temperature ranging between 27 and 30 degrees, and visibility of up to 50 metres.

Many types of dives are accessible in this region; from deep to drift along the abrupt walls, photography is phenomenal with giant gorgonians populating the reef, and marine biology and macro photography while “muck diving” in Gilimanuk. For those who are not certified divers, Menjangan is a snorkeling paradise and we will assure you that you will enjoy your diving trip to Menjangan with Dune Atlantis International Bali.

 

The Dive Sites :

  1. Garden Eels, Pos 1
  2. Anchor Wreck (KapalBudak)
  3. POS II
  4. Bat Cave
  5. Gilimanuk (Secret Bay)

Promo Menjangan Diving Package

 

DAY TRIP DIVING MENJANGAN ISLAND DESCRIPTION: 

  1. Pick-up from hotel by the Dune Atlantis International Bali bus
  2. Depart Sanur around 6:00- 6:30am
  3. Arrive in Menjangan around 10:00am
  4. 1st dive (morning)
  5. Lunch included on the boat or on the Island
  6. 2nd dive (afternoon)
  7. Return to Sanur around 8:00 or 8:30pm
  8. Drop off to hotel by the Dune Atlantis International Bali  bus

 

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