You name Nusa Lembongan and instantly we think 'Manta's and Mola Mola's'. Both Crystal Bay and Manta Point are really becoming famous dive sites. But especially Crystal Bay is reserved to experienced divers as the current can be quite strong and downward. But it is THE place to look for the famous Mola Mola in Nusa Penida (oceanic sunfish) during the season (August to October). But to have a chance to find the mola mola you will have to go down deeper around 30 meters.

So take the ferry from Bali to this island and have the time of your life. But there are no ATMs 'here so bring enough cash along!

Big Fish Dive Centre

www.bigfishdiving.com

World Diving Lembongan

www.world-diving.com

Blue Corner Dive

www.bluecornerdive.com

Lembongan Dive Center www.lembongandivecenter.com

Lembongan Scuba

www.balilembonganscuba.com

Scubacenter Asia

www.scubacenterasia.com

Tamarind Divers

www.tamarinddivers.com

Nusa Lembongan's weather patterns are almost identical to the neighbouring mainland of Bali.
The diving around Nusa Lembongan is fantastic year round with generally visibility between 20-30 meters and water temperature is usually between 25 and 29 degrees. However during the period of May to September it is noticeably drier.

Nusa Lembongan is easily accessible from Bali and all boats leave from Jalan Hang Tuah at the North end of Sanur beach. First fly into Denpasar International Airport on Bali (Airport Code DEN). After this you are a 30 minute ferry ride away from Nusa Lembongan with the Lembongan Fast Ferry (www.lembonganislandfastboat.com) or Lembongan Fast Cruises (www.rockyfastcruise.com).

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