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Fantastic Underwater-World in Bali


Discover a fantastic underwater world in Bali, so you can enjoy a real vacation in a tropical paradise. There are many beautiful locations that you can dive. Candi Dasa is one of the best havens to see an extraordinary the deep of Bali sea. Just
offshore from Candi Dasa is tiny Tepekong, a little outcrop that offers some spectacular diving. The coral walls are steep, the water is cold, and the current can be strong. But for an experienced diver, drifting with a 3 knot current through The Canyon offers an unforgettable underwater experience.

If you have an extra times don’t forget to dive in Amed because Amed is a perfect place for those wishing to get right away from it. Amed is a very slow paced village where technology hasn't caught up. There are a number of dive sites in the area that offer some nice drop offs with good coral and diver fish. Most of the diving is done out of local boats, however shore diving is available from Jemeluk Bay.

Actually there is another nice location to enjoy the beauty of tropical fish and corals in Bali such as Nusa Penida area, Sanur beach, Lovina beach, Tulamben beach,
Tepekong (sometimes called Kambing-''Goat"-Island); Gili Mimpang (three mini-islands sometimes called Batu Tiga,"Three Rocks"); and Biaha Island, sometimes called Likuan Island.


Are you a professional diver? You don’t have to worry about your ability to go underwater. You can learn to dive in Bali with a professional diver’s center. One of scuba diving in bali, diving in amed, PADI
them is PADI Scuba. They can teach you how to dive just in two days and earn
experience the excitement of the underwater world in Bali. Before you go to Bali you can book online to PADI website or other professional divers club in Bali, so you can learn to dive and a sensation of a real paradise in Bali. Are you ready?
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10 comments:

Ксюша said...

Bali... Dreamworld...

Mrudula Tambe said...

I heard that it is a place where Hindu / Indians are great in population.

Bravo.

chesssniper said...

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- tkhat is en exotic world for me.
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goooooood girl said...

Very fine......

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Kraxpelax said...

Hi there, nice blog!
Greetings from Sweden.

Suj Correa said...

omg...i love scuba diving...i even did an advance course in it..unfortunately i have never had the chance to scuba dive any where exotic....love the post btw...

Leticia said...

Hi, very nice blog and would love to visit Bali- seems like a very beautiful place. Thank you for your nice comment on my blog. http://letyscreations.blogspot.com/

final fantasy said...

hey!!thanx whoaaa!!!!nice place!!1nice job!!!

EDNA STORINO said...

Olá Cindy!
Obrigada pelo comentário no nosso blog...o seu também é lindo!
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