Bali Blast Tulamben
North East Bali
Our two night Bali scuba diving safari tour package is perfect for those looking for a quick scuba diving trip while in Bali. With plenty of diving and top quality service from the Underwater Tribe. The diving is varied and spectacular. If you would like to extend your trip, we can offer longer itineraries to other areas of the island.
Bali has a variety of environments for divers of all interests. The Menjangan area is great for coral reefs and also boasts several wonderful black sand sites. The Tulamben area is famous for the USAT Liberty Wreck and world class critter diving. Amed is a quiet seaside town with wonderful coral gardens and black sand sites. Padang Bai and Candidasa are home to a mix of critter dives and current dives where oceanic sunfish show up in season. The Nusa Penida and Nusa Lembongan area boasts wonderful hard corals, wall dives, and the chance to encounter manta rays
See below for a full description of the Bali Blast Tulamben itinerary.
Tulamben Diving Packages
Our packages are diving only packages. The package is available for those who stay in the Tulamben/Amed area only. This package is not available for hotels based in south Bali. We can suggest a variety of hotels in Tulamben or Amed to suit your budget, if you need help booking your hotel please ask us. These packages are only samples of the different itineraries we have available.
Is this package not what you are looking for? No problem, simply let us know your preferences and we will create a diving package to suit your needs.
All pricing is based on a minimum of 2 divers.
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Pick up & drive up east coast. 2 dives in the Tulamben/Ame/Seraya area. * Option for a night dive, overnight Tulamben/Amed.
3 dives in Tulamben/Amed/Seraya area. * Option for night dive, overnight Tulamben / Amed.
3 dives in Tulamben/Amed/Seraya area. Drive back to South Bali.
Reservation assistance available 24 hours
Pricing starting from IDR 5,800,000 per person (based on two divers)