Diving in Bali is always been on the bucket list of almost every underwater enthusiast. This little tropical island might be famous for its beautiful beaches and thick cultural traditions, but also blessed with wonderful marine life underneath its waters. It’s an island that would give delightful experience both for divers and general travellers alike! However, you might wonder the price of scuba diving in Bali. Is it really worth it? Dive deeper to this article because we will dissect further about the cost of dive trips in this island.
The Price of Scuba Diving in Bali Based on Location
So we have this scuba diving in Bali price from one of the oldest dive centre here, Dune Atlantis Bali. Prices are categorised based on dive sites in Bali. On each dive sites you will have two dives, except for Sanur where you can have the option for just one dive only. You might notice that prices varied between each dive sites, the most expensive to be the Nusa Penida. The prices were determined from how far the dive site is from Atlantis’ head quarter office in Sanur. For instance, Nusa Penida is Bali’s sister island located in southeast of mainland Bali and you need to hop on speedboat ferry to get there, which explain why diving in Nusa Penida is the most expensive. Tukamben, Padang Bay, and Amed sits next to each other on the northeast of Bali. That’s why prices don’t vary very much.
Snorkeling in Bali
We love Bali because even the non-divers could enjoy swimming with the fishes in the beautiful underwater scenery while their diving partners go into the depth of the sea. Snorkeling won’t be as expensive as diving. The cost of snorkeling in Bali could vary from IDR 565.000 to IDR 1.3 million, depend on the site.
The Price of Scuba Diving Trip in Bali
When you come here with diving in mind, you definitely won’t be satisfied with only two dives in one site. You’ll want dive package. Something between 5 to 30 dives in one dive trip. Depends on the sites you pick and the duration of the dive trip, the price of scuba diving trip in Bali could vary between iDR 2 millions and 10 millions or more.
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Is It Worth It, Though?
No words could really describe the awesomeness of the expansive coral garden and the extensive marine life of Bali. This island conveniently sits between the Indian and Pacific Ocean, bringing rich-nutrient streams from both to nurture the marine life. It’s also part of the world’s coral triangle—the densest and richest coral population in the world. So, if you’re asking if scuba diving in Bali worth the price, it’ll be an easy one. Yes. It worth every single penny, every single plane tickets and hotel rooms that get you to enjoy this magnificent place. In fact, scuba diving in Bali is so awe-inspiring that it’s hard to not come back to this island and try the dive again.