Tasikdivers BaliScuba diving and culture safaris
The island of Bali is known for its lush rice terraces, rugged mountains, forests, coconut plantations and sandy beaches as well as the abundance of varied marine life below the surface of this stunning island. Thousands of temples have been built throughout the island, all playing a major part in the lives of the deeply spiritual people.
Because Bali is a destination that offers so much more than just world class diving we have tailored our guided land based safaris to include the best of everything it has to offer with our 12 or 7 night safari packages.
Whilst geographically a small island, Bali offers a very diverse range of diving. From tiny pygmy seahorses to the world famous military USAT Liberty wreck and giant ocean roamers, the marine life around Bali is simply breathtaking.
Tasik Divers Bali promises a diver to guide ratio of no more than 4 to 1 to maximise your diving experience and safety.
Lying just 8 Degrees South of the equator, Bali enjoys a tropical climate. The average temperature hovers around 30°C all year round. The wet season usually starts middle November to middle of March, leaving most of its tropical downpours for the Months January & February. Although diveable year round, the dry season (middle March till Middle November) is generally sunnier, less humid and from a weather point view, the coolest and best time to visit.
Water and Air Temperatures
The water temperature varies from site to site and is generally set between 24°C and 28°C (75F and 82F), an eventual drop to 22°C can be encountered at open ocean dives where we dive to spot ocean giants like Manta & Mola Mola (Oceanic Sun Fish).
We recommend a 5mm wetsuit.