Zero gravity diving Bali is a friendly team of professionals with great knowledge of marine life and all dive sites in Bali, as well as all the attractions that can be part of your visit to the island of the Gods. In accordance to your wishes, we can offer you everything you need during your stay. From organizations of all transports, accommodation, diving, snorkeling and land tours around Bali.
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FAQ

When is the best time for Scuba Diving in Bali?

In Bali, we are diving the whole year round, and for only 3-6 days of diving booked with us, we can promise you will see Mantas, Sharks, Turtles, and many different macro creatures, depending on your wishes. Our staff is very well trained to guide you in certain dive sites and show you everything you wish to see. We also have our secret dive sites for experienced divers where we can show you caves with sharks in the open ocean. Suppose you would like to see Mola Mola (Mola Alexandrini). In that case, we will suggest you visit Bali from July until October, when the Indian Ocean is colder and when Sunfish come on the reef for cleaning. The only month in Bali when we can say that visibility is lower than 15m is during November because of the first raining month after the long dry season and muddy rivers coming to the ocean, but again only visibility is slightly lower, and again you can see everything you wish.

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How much is diving in Bali?

Depending on the location, daily scuba diving trips in Bali start from about 100 USD for two dives.

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Do you offer diving and snorkeling with Manta Rays at Manta Point?

Yes, we offer diving and snorkeling with Manta Rays at Manta Point.

Yes, we offer speedboat trips from Sanur to Manta Point and all other dive sites around Nusa Penida and Lembongan. Manta Point is one of Bali’s most visited scuba diving and snorkeling sites, and even beginners can try scuba diving in a shallow area where Mantas come for cleaning. You can experience 45 minutes speedboat trip from Sanur to the Southern Bali islands to see the very rich underwater life. In addition to diving with Manta Rays and Bamboo Sharks at Manta Point, you may encounter Mola Mola, turtles, and Giant trevallies in Crystal bay, Gamat Bay, Toya Pakeh, SD, PED, or Buyuk and as well experience drift diving at Nusa Lembongan. Moreover, currents give life to the healthiest corals on the Southern Bali islands.

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Can I dive with sharks in Bali?

Yes, you can dive with sharks in Bali.

There are several dive sites in Bali where we can guarantee diving with sharks. Depending on your experience and certification level, we can offer Shark Point in Padangbai for beginners and Open Water Divers, where we can show you Georgina, Adam, Steve, and other Whitetip Reef Sharks which are living in that area, as well there are our secret dive sites for experienced divers where we dive in Shark Cave at 26m depth in the open ocean with plenty of sharks and marbled rays laying and swimming inside. You can also extend the chance for more sharks in Tunnel and Canyon in Gili Tepekong or on the Gili Mimpang reef if you dive for several days with us.

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What is included in price for scuba diving in Bali with you?

On our scuba diving trips in Bali prices include:

  • Free pickup & return in Sanur, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran, Kuta, Seminyak, Kerobokan.
  • Land & sea transport to the dive site
  • Diving with 1 dive leader for max 4 certified divers
  • Try diving with 1 instructor for max 2 non-certified divers
  • Snorkeling with 1 snorkeling guide for max 6 snorkelers.
  • Tanks and weights
  • Lunch, fruits, coffee, tea & mineral water
  • Using towel
  • Insurance
  • All taxes, tickets, and fees included
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What kind of marine life can I expect to see on the Raja Ampat diving trip?

Raja Ampat is known for its incredibly diverse marine life, including manta rays, sharks, sea turtles, and a wide variety of colorful fish and coral. You may also have the chance to see rare and exotic species, such as the pygmy seahorse and the walking shark.

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What makes scuba diving safaris in Indonesia ideal for experienced divers?

Scuba diving safaris in Indonesia offer experienced divers the chance to fully immerse themselves in the underwater world, explore remote and untouched locations, encounter diverse marine life, and customize their dive itineraries based on personal preferences.

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How many dives per day are included on the liveaboard trip?

You can expect up to four dives per day on the Raja Ampat liveaboard trip, depending on the itinerary and conditions. Each dive site offers something unique and unforgettable, from vibrant coral reefs to underwater caves and shipwrecks. As a certified and experienced diver, you’ll have plenty of opportunities to explore and discover the beauty of this amazing destination.

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Do I need to be an experienced scuba diver to see the Mola Mola fish in Crystal Bay?

While it’s always beneficial to have some scuba diving experience, you don’t need to be an experienced diver to see the Mola Mola fish in Crystal Bay. Zero Gravity Diving Bali offers a range of diving trips that cater to divers of all experience levels, so whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver, you can still have an amazing diving experience in Crystal Bay.

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What is the best time of year to see the Mola Mola fish in Crystal Bay?

The best time to see the Mola Mola fish in Crystal Bay is between July and October. During this period, the water temperature drops, which brings the Mola Mola fish closer to the surface.

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