Snorkeling in Bali
When you are in Bali and looking for an adventure, you have the option of both scuba diving and snorkeling. Though both activities allow you to appreciate the mesmerising marine life, there is a clear distinction between the two. While scuba diving lets you explore deeper depths and see the ocean bed up close, snorkelling is all about swimming on the surface with a mask and snorkel that help you breathe. Fins can also make your swimming more efficient while snorkeling.
Bali is known for its stunning beaches, but did you know that there’s also an incredible underwater world waiting to be explored? Snorkeling in Bali is a fantastic way to experience the beauty of the sea without the need for a PADI diving course. Whether you have limited time or simply prefer to stay closer to the surface, snorkeling is a convenient and accessible option for almost anyone. Unlike scuba diving, which has health prerequisites, the only requirement for snorkeling in Bali is the ability to swim. With us, you can discover the amazing coral reefs and marine life around Padangbai, Tulamben, and Nusa Penida. Immerse yourself in the crystal clear waters and get up close with colorful fish, majestic sea turtles, and other fascinating creatures. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the beautiful underwater world of Bali with our snorkeling tours. Join us today for an unforgettable adventure!
Bali snorkeling experiance
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Bali Snorkeling Tours:
(5:00 AM – 7:30 AM) (4:30 PM – 7:00 PM)
Sail with the traditional boat – jukung to experience the magical sunrise at the sea and marvel at the beauty of Bali’s east coast with the majestic Mount Agung dominating the panorama. After sunrise, we will stop at Gili Mimpang to snorkel and be back at the hotel just in time for breakfast or dinner.
- (6:00 AM – 3:00 PM) (8:00 AM – 5:00 PM)
A traditional boat tour to witness the sunrise and beautiful panorama of the east Bali coast and to snorkel at 4 amazing sites around Nusa Penida. We will stop one by one at these locations: Gamat Bay, Mangrove Point, SD, and Toyapakeh. They all offer wonderful marine and coral life.
- Breakfast or lunch box
- Water & biscuits
- Snorkeling equipment (mask, snorkel, fins)
- One of the best things to do in Bali
- Wetsuit and life jacket if requested
- Boat transport with the traditional boat (jukung) driven by one of our experienced captains
- Tax & local tourist fees