Blue Lagoon

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Blue Lagoon

Blue Lagoon

The Blue Lagoon is made up of 6 different dive sites: Tahjung Jepun, Drop-Off, Blue Lagoon, Pura Channel and Bias Tugai. Their shallow depths and closeness to shore make it easy to do several throughout the day and see a wide variety of macro life. You will see frog fish (famous for camouflaging themselves) which are hard to find without a good guide, scorpion fish, leaf fish, trumpet fish, moray eels and multi-colored nudibranchs as well as lots of beautiful corals

 
This area is also known for great night dives to spot spanish dancers, porcelains and for sure a few sharks!

The Blue Lagoon is made up of 6 different dive sites: Tahjung Jepun, Drop-Off, Blue Lagoon, Pura Channel and Bias Tugai. Their shallow depths and closeness to shore make it easy to do several throughout the day and see a wide variety of macro life. You will see frog fish (famous for camouflaging themselves) which are hard to find without a good guide, scorpion fish, leaf fish, trumpet fish, moray eels and multi-colored nudibranchs as well as lots of beautiful corals

 
This area is also known for great night dives to spot spanish dancers, porcelains and for sure a few sharks!

The Blue Lagoon is made up of 6 different dive sites: Tahjung Jepun, Drop-Off, Blue Lagoon, Pura ...

Other information

Type of dive site
  • Sandy bottom
Depth
  • Maximum 10
Visibility
10m
Current
Faible
Required scuba diving level / certification
Beginner
Fauna
  • Moray eels
  • Scorpion fish
  • Seahorses
  • Leaf fish
  • Cuttlefish
  • Nudibranchs
  • Hard coral
  • Soft coral

The best dive centres to explore Blue Lagoon

Ikan Dive

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Ikan Dive

Our opinion on Ikan Dive Center in Bali:

100% Baliese, 100% professional and 100% unique is how to best describe Ikan Dive Center. Located in the small village of Padangbai on the east coast of Bali in Indonesia, it was founded in 2002 by Mawi, a local dive guide ...

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