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Bali, Nusa Dua and Sanur, Indonesia Scuba Diving Guide
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Nusa Dua and Sanur, Bali, is situated in the southeast tip of Bali
Nusa Dua is primarily an area filled with luxury resorts run by major hotel
chains such as
Laguna Resort & Spa and
Grand Hyatt Bali. This area is filled with activities and houses several
facilities such as Internation Convention Centre and a Galleria Complex which
contains shops, restaurants, galleries, supermarket and a performance theatre.
Just outside Nusa Dua is the Bualu village, with hawkers selling fresh fishes
and shops selling handicrafts.
Sanur, just north of Nusa Dua, is Bali's longest-established resort. Unlike Nusa
Dua, this area has a quiet charm to it. This is one of the best place in Bali
for families and those seeking a relax and peaceful vacation. The place is well
equipped with pub, restaurants, cafes and shops for visitors conveniences.
Both area are not popular spots for divings. There are only a handful of
reasons why people would choose to dive here. If you are falling into one of
the following categories, then divings in Nusa Dua and Sanur would make sense.
You have just completed you beginner diving course and is looking for a less
challenging spot to practise you skill
You have not been diving for a while and need to brush up your skill
You are staying in one of the luxury hotels in this area
You are learning how to dive
Best Time to Dive in Bali
Bali has 2 seasons, the dry and wet season. The dry sea start in April and ends in October. This is the best
time to visit Bali for diving.
Where to Stay in Bali
We have a handful of hotel offerings in Nusa Dua and Sanur. Listed here are some of our favourites.
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How to get to Bali
Most people will fly directly into Bali (Denpasar). Bali has an international airport, the Ngurah Rai Airport. With more than ten international airlines
running scheduled direct flights from Europe, America, Australia and Asia. There are also domestic flights flying into and away from Ngurah Rai Airport
from major cities in Indonesia. From the airport, there are many taxis and bus services to bring you to hotels around Bali.
Some of the major airlines that operates regular flights to Bali (Denpasar) are: