What`s so special about Bali for a scuba diver? The amazing coral triangle.
The triangle contains 20% of the world’s coral reefs, and dozens of new species are discovers each years. For example, there is over 3000 species of fishes, 800 species of nudibranchs, and 600 species of coral, steep wall down to 80m, clear bays, World War II wrecks, impressive drift dives, and plenty of muck dive sites to look for critters, Bali is known worldwide by underwater photograph enthusiasts. In addition diving in Indonesia is impressive and inexpensive, Bali being surrounded by steep volcanic slopes and more than 100 commonly dived spots, it is possible to be alone on some dive sites.
Every year a couple of new dive spots are discovered and lots of areas are still unexplored. If you are a very experienced diver and want to explore some sites feel free to contact us.
You all probably know the Bermuda triangle that seems to take planes, ships and lives without warning, but have you heard about the coral triangle?
According to the World Wildlife Fund, the area containing a large part of Indonesia, east Borneo, south Philippines and Papua, is one of the richest wildlife place in the world. It is the underwater equivalent of the Amazon forest. And guess where Bali Island? That’s right, in this triangle, and it plays an important role in bringing some large marine animals.
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