The island of Bali, Indonesia, is mountainous and is home to Mount Agung which is an active volcano. Bali’s volcanic nature has contributed to it’s exceptional fertility. It supports it’s highly productive agriculture sector, consisting of rice, coffee, vegetables, and cattle. Besides all these, Bali is surrounded by coral reefs. Beaches in the south tend to have white sand, while those int he North and West have black sand. Dive Bali is just within reach when you are here!
Some of the popular diving spots in Bali are Tulamben, Amed, Menjangan, Nusa Penida, and Candidasa. These rich reefs host a wide range of marine life such as the Bumphead parrot fish, Oceanic Sunfish (Mola-Mola), Manta Rays, barracudas, as such.