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Snorkeling Nusa Penida

Snorkeling Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida is amazing for Scuba Diving and seeing the oceanic sunfish (Mola Mola), the majestic Manta Rays that will grow up to 6m in size, which is huge, and some of the amazing drift dives on the north of the island, although amazing for Scuba Diving its also amazing for the snorkeling Nusa Penida as well, as there is a very good chance of seeing the Manta Rays.

In manta Point there is two cleaning stations and this is where the Manta Ray will come to be cleaned, its also means that you will get to see them, the Manta Rays will come up to the surface or around 5m deep from the surface and because the visibility is always good here, you will be sure to see these majestic fish.

Manta Rays are in close relation to sharks and this can be seen, when you see them.

Some days you may see only a single Manta Ray and other days you may see more than 10 at a time. Once we have played with the Manta Rays, we can head to crystal bay for the chance to see a oceanic sunfish (Mola Mola) or head up to the north of the island for the chance to witness nature at its best and see some stunning and beautiful soft and hard coral formations.

so get in contact or book now to join us for snorkeling Nusa Pendia.

Snorkeling Nusa Penida, Additional Information

  • Pickup /Drop Off (South Bali Area)
  • Lunch and Water
  • All Dive Equipment
  • Certified Dive Guide
  • Minimum 2 certified divers per trip ( Single divers can join without any surcharge.
  • The displayed price may change without any prior notice.
  • This price is for certified divers only. Non certified divers please check out our Discover Scuba Diver Experience.

Manta Point, Nusa Penida, Indonesia | Bali Diving



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