Artisans of diving.
Deepening the relationship between humans and the living seas.
Dive in the island of the gods.
Widely regarded as one of the world’s best islands, Bali is home to some of the most healthy coral cover in the region. From the Liberty wreck in Tulamben, to sharks in Padang Bai and Mola Mola and Manta in Nusa Penida, there’s something for every type of diver. Enjoy your dives in the crystal clear waters, then indulge in all that Bali has to offer, from its rich food culture and history, to picturesque mountains and a vibrant night life. You can’t ask more of a dive trip!
Our most advanced diver training centre, Bali offers a wide range of diving experiences, from strong currents, to muck and wreck diving. All the better to provide the learning experience you need to grow as a diver.
Come dive Bali with Livingseas and explore more in a different way!
Beautiful Bali is a great place and we can’t bear to leave it worse than when we found it. In line with that, we’ve embarked on multiple efforts to help preserve the underwater environment of Bali’s water.
Coral Planting Project at Jepun, Padang Bai
Caring for the environment is a core value of Livingseas. We run regular conservation projects to preserve the marine environment. For this Coral Planting Project, divers are given the opportunity to set up tripods made from bamboo on the seabed. Broken corals lying on the seabed will then be transferred and tied to the bamboo tripods to encourage coral growth. This provides an elevated platform for efficient nutrient absorption of the broken corals from water movements during tide change.
The itinerary for the Coral Planting Project is as follows:
・ Dive 1 – Setting up bamboo tripods on the seabed at Jepun, Padang Bai
・ Dive 2 – Leisure dive at other sites in Padang Bai to retrieve broken corals to be planted
・ Dive 3 – Setting broken corals (retrieved from Dive 2) on bamboo tripods and Reef Gardening*
Cleaning up the reef from rubbish, broken branches and brushing off sand on corals as well as overturning corals right side up.
Jalan Bypass Ngurah Rai 28
Denpasar Bali 80237