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Round trip 15 days diving Bali and Gili Trawangan

Bali and the Gili islands offer together a huge variety of dive spots. Coral, ship wrecks, muck diving and mantas alternate one another. In a nice warm sea (25-28 degrees) you’ll comfortably experience the underwater world perfectly at ease. Experienced dive masters will take good care of you, so that you can take your time to enjoy the fish, corals and turtles.

This diving trip takes you to the various dive spots at Candidasa and Padangbai, to end your round trip on the white sandy beaches of Gili Trawangan.

For those who want to do a diving course we offer a 4-day PADI open water course. Do you want a trial dive first? That’s possible too.

Target prices

€ 2.550 Target price p.p. based on 2 persons in low season
€ 2.950 Target price p.p. based on 2 persons in high season
Including
•Intercontinental flights
•Accommodations based on bed and breakfast
•9 days x 2 dives
•Transport by AC car or van during the travel days
•Fastboat Lombok-Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Lembongan-Bali

Exclusive
•Rental diving equipment (approx. € 30 per day)
•Lunches and dinners
•Tips and expenses of a personal nature
•Travel and cancellation insurance ( mandatory )
•Booking costs and contribution Calamity Fund (€ 30 per booking)
•SGR contribution € 5 per person
•CO2 compensation € 22 per person

Day 1 Flight Amsterdam-Jakarta-Lombok Praya (Garuda)

Garuda Indonesia flies non-stop from Amsterdam to Jakarta with her new Boeing 777-300 ER. Experience the hospitality of Indonesian culture on board with Garuda Indonesia, the national airline of Indonesia. The direct connection takes you from Amsterdam to Jakarta in just 13.5 hours. Departure Amsterdam around noon, arrival Jakarta early in the morning. Your connecting flight departs approximately 4 hours later and lasts approximately 2 hours.

Day 2 Aankomst op het vliegveld van Lombok, transfer naar Sekotong

Selamat datng di Lombok, hartelijk welkom in Lombok, het eiland met de 1.000 moskeeën! Bij aankomst op het vliegveld staat uw chauffeur u op te wachten. Hij brengt u in ongeveer 2 uur naar Sekotong, in het zuidwesten van Lombok. Overnachting in Sekotong omgeving.

Day 3 to 5 (included) Duiken bij zuid Lombok

Diving at the Gilis is very worthwhile for both beginners and experienced divers. With 20 dive spots there’s plenty of choice. Dives at the Gilis cost around € 40. Rental diving equipment about € 30 per day and a PADI Open water course approximately € 550. A cheaper option is a combination at Lotus bungalows and Villa Almarak on Gili Trawangan. Such a combination with 9 overnight stays and 12 boat dives comes to a total of around € 1.100 per person.

Day 6 Van Zuid Lombok naar Nusa Lembongan

Na het ontbijt staat uw chauffeur gereed om u naar de haven bij Senggigi te bengen voor de Scoot fastboot van 12:30 naar Nusa Lembongan. Daar aangekomen wordt u naar het hotel gebracht. Let op: De fastboot meert af aan het strand. U moet door minstens kniediep water naar de vaste wal lopen. Kruiers zorgen voor uw bagage.

Day 7 to 9 Diving at Nusa Lembongan

These days you can dive at the islands Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida. Diving at these islands is for somewhat more advanced divers. There’s often a strong current but the underwater world is certainly worth a visit. You’ll find here manta rays all year long. Majestic, non-dangerous and curious rays with a wing span of up to four meters. Also something for snorkelers, the rays swim very close to the surface here. Dives at Nusa Lembongan cost around € 35. Rental diving equipment about € 30 per day and a PADI Open water course approximately € 350.

Dag 10 Van Nusa Lembongan naar Amed

Na het ontbijt wordt u opgehaald voor de Scoot fastboot van 10:45 naar het 'vaste land' van Bali. Daar aangekomen staat uw chauffeur gereed om u in ongeveer 2 uur naar uw hotel in Amed te brengen. Let op: De fastboot meert af aan het strand. U moet door minstens kniediep water naar de vaste wal lopen. Kruiers zorgen voor uw bagage.

Dag 11 t/m 13 Duiken bij Amed

These days you can go diving at Amed. For both beginners as well as experienced divers Amed and neighbouring village Tulamben are fantastic dive locations. Our starting point is the Puri Wirata diving resort, with its own diving school. Amed is situated on the Jumuluk bay, with a depth from 5 to 25m, just the right place for diving course or a beginner’s dive. A little further is the Jumuluk wall with a depth from 10 to 50m, where you will find sharks, turtles and bumphead parrot fish. The Bunutan reef descends to 50m deep and and stretches out over 500m. Here too, you’ll find sharks, along with barracudas, tuna, and different eels. Deep Blue is a location with a lot of current and the Pyramids are perfect for a very relaxing dive. Blue Rocks is for experienced divers. Because of the unpredictable currents you’ll mainly spot bigger fish species here. At a somewhat greater distance there are some other beautiful dive sites. A short 30 minutes off the coast lies the wreck of the US Liberty, see Tulamben. Dives at Amed cost around € 30. Rental diving equipment about € 30 per day and a PADI Open water course approximately € 400

Day 14 Pulang kampong, terug naar huis

Ruim op tijd, ongeveer zes uur voor vertrek, staat uw chauffeur gereed voor uw transfer naar het vliegveld.

flight Denpasar-Amsterdam via Jakarta

Flight with Garuda Indonesia with transfer in Jakarta. Departure Denpasar early evening, arrival Amsterdam in the early morning.

Day 15 Arrival Amsterdam

In the morning arrival at Schiphol. The end of a beautiful trip...

Villa Pao Pao - Sekotong area

Villa Pao Pao is a small 3-bedroom villa west of Sekotong. Here is also the 2 Fish divers dive center located for diving in South Lombok. Upstairs the villa has 2 bedrooms with king-size beds and downstairs 1 room with 2 single beds. The resort has a small and nice restaurant. Rooms have air conditioning, private bathroom and toilet, mini fridge, balcony or terrace, TV, coffee maker. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires

Two Fish divers resort - Nusa Lembongan

The Two Fish Divers Resort is located near the village of Jungutbatu, on the northeast side of Nusa Lembongan. The resort is a 2-minute walk from the beach and has 10 villa rooms, each with en-suite bathroom, hot running water, air conditioning and private terrace. The standard rooms do not have air conditioning and only have a fan. The resort has a swimming pool, poolside café, restaurant and of course a Padi diving centre. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires

Surya Rainbow - Amed

Kleinschalig resort aan de kust bij Amed. Het resort beschikt over een zwembad, restaurant en een duikcentrum van Two Fish Divers. Het resort heeft 4 Deluxe en 4 familiekamers, allen met AC en een privé terras. meer info more info Informations supplémentaires

Praya

Praya

Praya is the capital of West Lombok. Since 2011, the international airport Praya (LOP) has been established here. Praya International Airport has several daily flights to Bali, Jakarta and other Indonesian cities and several times a week to international destinations such as Singapore.

Sekotong

Sekotong

Sekotong is a cozy little town in southwest Lombok. The Cocotinos resort is a great place to relax in peace and quiet, far from mass tourism. The southern Gili's Nanggu and Gede are easily accessible from Sekotong. Rent a boat and enjoy the serene tranquility and the practical coral.

Kuta Beach

Kuta - Lombok

Kuta is the southern seaside city of Lombok. Theé attraction of Kuta beach is surfing. There are some guesthouses and a nice Novotel .

South Lombok, which includes Kuta, is unfortunately often named in one breath with criminality. We don’t recommend it.

Zuid Lombok, Sekotong en Belongas Bay duikstekken

Duikstekken zuid Lombok: Sekotong

Most of the dive sites are pristine coral reefs with colorful soft corals and crinoids, vast staghorn coral fields and huge table corals in the shallow parts, giant elephant ears in the deeper parts, giant sponge barrels along the slopes. These reefs harbor bright colorful tropical reef fish such as angel and emperor fish, damsel and butterfly fish and many more. The corals hide a variety of shrimps, crabs and of course nudi branchs. Our guide will help you hunt down also the pigmy seahorse, ghost pipe fish and frogfish. Also the green sea turtle, a variety of moray eels, blue spotted stingray, cuttlefish, squid, octopus, lion and scorpionfish, flathead crocodile fish are part of the scenery. Occasionally you will encounter a white tip shark.

The sea is fairly shallow, visibility never crystal clear but this doesn’t affect the caliber of the dive sites.We offer diving all year around with sea temperatures of 26-30C and visibility 10-20 meters. Only the months January and February might have a low visibility and doesn’t go higher than 10 meter due to the heavy rains.

STAIRS TO MEDANG

Terracing down from 14m to about 35m you will experience a fascinating underwater landscape. Here you can experience the Indo-Pacific at its best. We’ve seen mantas, different species of sharks and plenty of lively reef fish in all colours and sizes. On top of the plateau it’s not uncommon to run into lobsters and turtles.

BATU PUTIH

The east side of Gili Renggit, “Batu Putih”, is an excellent site to explore for macro life. Surrounded by shrimps, ghost pipefish and glass fish, you dive along a slope lined with soft coral and feather stars. Diving “The Harbour” you can also find Blue spotted rays, cuttlefish, moray eels and a lot more!

PANTAI BATU

The west side of Gili Renggit is also quite spectacular! Pantai Batu shows an abundance of hard coral and a fascinating stag horn coral garden in the shallows at the end of the dive.

WAVE CORNER

Wave Corner offers rare species for the macro fan! The corals are populated with nudibrancs, ghost pipefish and colourful shrimps. Come and see if you can find the camouflaged frogfish, leaf fish, and other amazing critters!

LIGHTHOUSE

After reaching around 16 meters on the slowly descending plateau we find landslide similar terrain. As we dive along this breakage, we are accompanied by emperor fish, big groupers and surgeon fish. The dive leads into a deeply gorging valley lined by heavy, massive coral formations. Once in the valley we find white tip reef sharks, schooling mackerel, schooling sweet lips, and an abundance of lively fish.

Duikstekken zuid Lombok: Belongas Bay

From March till the beginning of June the conditions are fairly mild and the water temperature around 27*C/28*C and the visibility 15m-20m+. In June/July the rougher conditions set in, with mid July till mid September posing the most challenging conditions. During this time of the year the average temperature is around 25*C/26*C, but can also drop down to around 22*C for shorter periods of time, the visibility usually at around 8m-15m+. Starting in the second half of September the conditions normally get less challenging again, but the general conditions such as temperature and visibility remain around the same as during the preceding time.

Most of the dive sites are pinnacles sticking out of the surface of the ocean and covered with bright soft corals. The dive sites harbor not only pelagic such as hammerhead sharks, mobula- eagle- and sting rays, white tip reef sharks, barracudas, batfish and sea snakes but also macro life. Nudi branchs, pigmy seahorse and the orang hutan and porcelain crab are only a few of the many different species.

GILI SARANG

The Belongas dive site Gili Sarang features incredible small creatures such as Harlequin Shrimp, Pygmy Seahorses, a multitude of Nudibranch as well as big fish action. Giant trevalies, mackerels, sweet lips, surgeon fish, and August/September is the best season for schooling mobula- and eagle rays. BIG FUN!!!

THE MAGNET (BATU KAPAL)

The name given to the furthest and most prominent dive site at Belongas (Blongas) Bay, a pinnacle in the open sea with challenging conditions and big fish action! The pinnacle can be reached by boat in half an hour. Located in the open sea, rising up to the surface from 80m, a big surge can be felt down to 15+ meters on challenging days. Divers need to enter the water negatively buoyant and descend quickly to 5-15 meters to encounter tuna, barracuda, while descending deeper to see white- and black tip reef sharks while being on the lookout to spot the hammerheads.

THE CATHEDRAL (GILI ANAK EWOK)

Another signature Belongas dive site, ‘The Cathedral’. It features a large pinnacle with 2 main peaks, and is notable for the schools of eagle rays as well as tuna, mackerel and “Great Barracuda”. Abundant with sea snakes gliding around, thus it is not surprising when a diver spots as many as a dozen during a dive. This pinnacle comes up from around 50m and sometimes offers less challenging conditions than “The Magnet”.

Nusa Lembongan

Nusa Lembongan

An hour's boat ride from Bali are the bounty islands of Nusa Lembongan, Nusa Ceningan and Nusa Penida.
Nusa Lembongan has beautiful beaches with even nicer names such as Dream beach and Mushroom Bay beach. Snorkeling is excellent from the beaches, but take the boat to beautiful and interesting locations between Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida, or to the Mangrove, where you will spot countless colorful fish.

Via the Yellow Bridge you go from Nusa Lembongan to Nusa Ceningan. It is the smallest of the 3 islands and is less known to tourists. It has a beautiful but small beach at Mahana Point.

The Nusa is a paradise for experienced divers, with manta rays, sharks and beautiful corals. In the months of August to November you will also find the impressive and ugly Mola-Mola sun fishing here. Beginners should consider strong currents.
The food on the Nusa's is comparable to that in South Bali. Fresh fish is of course best when the fish is really fresh.

Nyepi Laut

One day per year there’s no boat traffic around Nusa Lembongan. That day the islanders are busy praying because of Nyepi Laut. A quiet day on sea.

The date for Nyepi Laut is only announced one month in advance and is always on the day after New Moon. Nyepi Laut usually falls in September or October.


Dive sites Nusa Lembongan - Nusa Penida

Diving at Nusa Penida ansLembongan

Diving at Nusa Penida and Lembongan islands is for somewhat more advanced divers. There’s often a strong current but the underwater world is certainly worth a visit. You’ll find here manta rays all year long. Majestic, non-dangerous and curious rays with a wing span of up to four meters. Also something for snorkelers, the rays swim very close to the surface here.

BLUE CORNER

This is an exciting site for experienced divers only. The huge expanse of current-swept slopes at Blue Corner provides some dramatic topography. Dropping away to 50m, a series of overhanging terraces hide white tips and large black marbled rays and, as you approach the corner, schools of snapper and jacks regularly pass by. A great site for mola mola (ocean sunfish) during the season and other visitors include eagle rays, wobbegong, tuna and even the occasional shark.

MANGROVES

This site is so-called due to its location, right by the mangrove area to the north east Nusa Lembongan. Mangroves offer a healthy sloping coral reef, with small bommies and table corals waiting to be explored for the smaller stuff but often marble rays and other larger species swim past in the deeper water. Sharks are occasionally seen here too. It’s a great site for all levels of diver.

LEMBONGAN BAY

Lembongan Bay offers the perfect introduction to diving. Due to its maximum depth of 10m and calmer conditions, it is an ideal site for less experienced divers, those wanting a refresher or for avid photographers. The sandy bottom is dotted with coral bommies which are home to frog fish, muray eels, schools of silversides, unicornfish and many more of the smaller species.

MANTA BAY

Manta Bay is a shallow bay with a stunning backdrop. Being rich in plankton it attracts manta rays all year round. The dive has a maximum depth of 12m and the coral bottom, with its gullies and swim-throughs, is an interesting distraction from the manta action going on above. Similar to Manta Point, we cannot get to this site every day, but it is closer and more protected than Manta Point, so is fast becoming a very popular dive spot.

GAMAT BAY

Gamat Bay is a very small yet memorable site off Toyapakeh Strait. The steep, rugged reef slope is rich in hard and soft corals and is colourful down to more than 50m. Gamat is a dive where you don’t want to cover much territory and once you have navigated the slope, there are plenty of bommies, overhangs and small caves to explore as you head back into the shallows.

MANTA POINT

The site that made Penida famous! The plankton rich waters here attract the mantas all year round, sometimes seven or eight at a time, though even one is a fantastic sight. We rarely dive more than 15m deep at this site as along with the main attract of the mantas, turtles, nurse sharks, bamboo sharks and blue-spotted rays are regularly sighted at this depth, when the sea conditions are calm and favourable, it’s a dive to be savoured.

CRYSTAL BAY

Also known as Penida Bay, the ‘Crystal’ in Crystal Bay refers to the fantastic visibility normally experienced here, which can reach over 40m on a good day. Crystal Bay is certainly one of the area’s most popular dive sites and is a favourite of the visiting mola mola (ocean sunfish) from August-October. The rock in the middle of the bay has very steep drop offs to the south and west and an amazing shelf in the north that is carpeted with wrinkled soft corals in the shallows. A healthy reef, an interesting cave, huge table coral and hundreds of fish of all shapes and sizes – there is not much that this dive site cannot offer!

CENINGAN WALL

This impressive coral wall begins at the foot of the sea cliffs to the north of Ceningan and drops down vertically to a depth of 180m. Currents can be strong here and this site is reserved for experienced divers only. The wall is colourful with dense collections of multi-coloured soft corals and sponges making it fun to explore with plenty of nudibranchs to find. Sweeping out into the current along the wall are inquisitive eagle rays which occasionally join the dive groups for the tour, which winds through schools of oriental sweetlips and sleek unicornfish.

PURA PED, PURA MAS GADING & BUYUK

These three sites are found side by side on Nusa Penida and share similar sloping reef topography. The colourful reef is made even more interesting with big, randomly placed barrel sponges and coral bommies. Schools of redtooth triggerfish, fusiliers, butterflyfish and drummers compete for passing food that rides the ocean currents. Turtles, rays, sea snakes and the occasional mola mola distract divers from the multitude of smaller creatures hiding amongst the corals, such as scorpionfish and frogfish.

TOYAPAKEH

The ‘jewel’ of Penida, Toyapakeh means salt water in Balinese and is the richest site in Penida. It is a divers’ favourite as you often find yourself swimming through school after school of colourful fish of every variety, including the red tooth triggerfish, giant trevallies and batfish. It has a steep wall to the south, terraces with huge hard coral formations in the bay and a shelving reef in the north that drops off gently all the way to 190m! The density of coral, sponge and fish life is incredible, even the infamous pygmy seahorse is occasionally spotted here. All this plus occasional larger pelagics such as hammerhead sharks, mantas and sunfish.

SEKOLAH DESA (SD)

Sekolah Dasar means ‘primary school’, but when the currents are running, this site is not for beginners. Although less steep than Blue Corner it has large coral heads and currents that drift you past green and hawksbill turtles, marble rays, sea snakes, octopus, white tip reef sharks and the most diverse collection of corals and sponges in Bali. Not forgetting the resident school of batfish at SD that are almost always a certainty.

Amed

Amed

Amed and Tulamben are small fishing villages in the far east of Bali. Both villages mainly accommodate divers. Many diving activities are undertaken from here. There are many dive sites around Amed and Tulamben. There is a lagoon used for diving training and a coral reef is a short distance from the coast.
The black, volcanic beach does not immediately invite you to sunbathe. A protected bay, Cemuluk is a great place to learn how to snorkel.
The USS Liberty wreck is located off the coast of Tulamben and you can dive straight from the beach to the wreck. There may be some current, but it is certainly a beautiful dive.
Life around Amed and Tulamben is slow and friendly. Sit in a 'warung', a small shop, and enjoy your local cup of coffee ...

Candidasa en Padangbai duikspots

Dive spots East Bali

Gili Mimpang

Location: East coast of Bali
Depth/Visibility: 20 - 40m depth / visibility: 15m
Condition: Drift dive suitable for most divers
Access: 15 minutes by boat from Padang Bai
Average temperatures: November to July 28°C, August to October 21°C

This site comprises four rocks that sit just off the coast. The dive site is a steep sloping wall covered with hard and soft corals. There is abundant fish-life with schools of Blue Lined Snapper, Unicorn fish, and Butterfly fish. Moray Eels are commonly found and White-tip reef Sharks are usually in residence. The site also offers an excellent macro life.
Mola-Mola (Oceanic Sunfish) can be seen here in cold water conditions that occur in August-September.

Blue Lagoon

Location: East coast of Bali
Depth/Visibility: 10 - 25m depth / visibility: 15m
Condition: Very gentle drift dive, suitable for all levels of divers
Access: 5 minutes by boat from Padang Bai harbour
Average temperatures: November to July 28°C, August to October 21°C

This is a small beach northeast of Padang Bai. You start the dive on a sandy slope and continue on to a large wall and several large coral outcrops, or bommies. There are always small animals such as Nudibranch and flatworms here, and Frogfish, Leaf Scorpion fish and Ribbon Eels can be seen as well.
Night dives are excellent in Blue Lagoon. The dive site offers two different zones for diving - the sandy slope and the large coral blocks - each with distinctive animals living there. Spanish Dancers and some scorpion fish are found on the sandy area and the coral outcrops attract a lot of animals as well. Apart from the sleeping Angelfish there are also Lobsters and Cleaner Shrimps.

Drop Off

Location: East coast of Bali
Depth/Visibility: 10 - 25m depth / visibility: 15m
Condition: Very gentle drift dive, suitable for all levels of divers
Access: 5 minutes by boat from Padang Bai harbour
Average temperatures: November to July 28°C, August to October 21°C

Drop Off offers a mix of sandy slope and wall. The slope and wall are covered with filter feeders like Feather Stars, Brittle Stars and Basket Stars and there are always crabs and shrimps crawling among them. There is an abundance of Anemone fish, and Octopus and Cuttlefish are also often seen here.
Night dives are also excellent in Drop Off. Spanish Dancers, Lionfish and other predators are seen at night.

Bias Tugel

Location: East coast of Bali
Depth/Visibility: 10 - 30m depth / visibility: 20m
Condition: Very gentle drift dive, suitable for all levels of divers
Access: 5 minutes by boat from Padang Bai harbour
Average temperatures: November to July 28°C, August to October 21°C

Bias Tugel lies south of Padang Bai. This is a steep slope nicely covered with corals and sponges. Look on the outside of the large barrel sponges for Wally's squat lobster (Lauriea siagiani) and on the Muricella gorgonians for Pygmy seahorses.

Gili Biaha

Location: East coast of Bali
Depth/Visibility: 20 - 40m depth / visibility: 20m
Condition: Drift dive suitable for advanced divers
Access: 20 minutes by boat from Padang Bai
Average temperatures: November to July 28°C, August to October 21°C

There is a blowhole on this rocky outcrop which spouts jets of water, so Biaha looks like a large whale! This dive site is not for beginners. The inside area of the crescent (the east side of Biaha) has a cave large enough for several divers to enter (4 to 5 m high). In the cave there are nearly always several White-tip Reef Sharks, often sleeping. Nudibranch are found among the corals on the wall.
Mola-Mola (Oceanic Sunfish) can be seen here in cold water conditions that occur in August-September

Gili Tepekong

Location: East coast of Bali
Depth/Visibility: 20 - 40m depth / visibility: 15m
Condition: Drift dive suitable for advanced to experienced divers
Access: 15 minutes by boat from Padang Bai
Average temperatures: November to July 28°C, August to October 21°C

The dive site is a steeply sloping wall along the north and east faces of the island. There are several caves at depths of 15-30m in which sharks are occasionally found. Gili Tepekong has excellent coral cover with extensive stands of stag horn coral (acropora) and massive bommies as well as soft corals. Angelfish, Moorish Idols and Butterfly fish are commonly seen. A more demanding dive is to be had in the Canyon at the southwest side of the island. This site is notorious for its unpredictable currents and requires perfect timing and knowledge of tide tables to do safely. The canyon itself is a steep split in the south side of a submarine reef extending out from Tepekong. The reef slopes down steeply from 9m to 25m, where the lip of the canyon begins.

The canyon drops down to the floor at a depth of 32m.The floor is strewn with massive blocks of rock with many outcrops and pinnacles covered in hard coral.
The currents here attract schools of feeding fish with huge aggregations of Sweetlips, Snapper, and Surgeonfish. There are always masses of Fusiliers and ever present predators such as Trevally, Groupers and the occasional White-tip Reef Shark. The site is rich in Anthias, Basslets and Lionfish. Usually there are strong currents, so this site is for experienced divers only and conditions have to be right to dive here. Mola-Mola (Oceanic Sunfish) can be seen here in cold water conditions that occur in August-September

Denpasar

Denpasar

Denpasar is the busy capital of Bali.
Besides some museums and the market there aren’t many tourist attractions in the capital, though you can do some great shopping for cheap prices.
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