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Wall Diving in Bali Full of Amazing Corals
Approximately thirty five years ago Menjangan Island became Bali's first internationally recognised dive site, famous for its wall-diving with great visibility. At certain times of the year you can see as far as 50 m. Menjangan’s walls generally start at 10m and descend to varying depths. The shallowest are around 26m and the deepest even more than 60m.
Dive spots here are flooded with sunlight and are full of small nooks and crannies, overhangs, and bigger cavelettes, crevasses which are largely covered with soft corals, sponges and offer the greatest diversity of gorgonian fans in Bali. Menjangan Island can be dived all year round and provides some of the best visibility seen in all of Bali's dive sites.
Even though Menjangan Island may not offer a wide variety of marine life, massive pelagic or challenging drift dives like other sites in Bali, it is still a reliable site for enjoying some of the best soft corals, gorgonians, standard reef fish species and even its own humble wreck.