BEST SNORKELING SITES IN NUSA LEMBONGAN & Nusa PENIDA
YouR SNORKELING TRIP WITH US
Your snorkeling trip in Nusa Lembongan with us includes snorkeling to several sites. Manta Point and Crystal Bay are the most popular sites, but Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida offer a lot of other great snorkeling sites.
We pick the snorkeling sites depending on the conditions and how long you want your trip to be. We can also organize a private charter for you and take you to the sites you would like to visit.
We provide all the necessary snorkeling equipment, as well as towels, water and snacks on the boat.
Discover some of the best snorkeling sites in Nusa Lembongan below.
Manta Point and Manta Bay are two famous snorkeling sites where you get a chance to snorkel with the manta rays. There is a resident population all year long and they are amazing creatures to see in the water.
We ask that you remain about 3 meters away from the manta rays and that you do not try to touch them. They are very curious and will likely come and check you out!
Crystal Bay is a popular beach in Nusa Penida but also a great snorkeling site. The shallow reefs here are home to turtles, eels, plenty of fish. The water is usually very clear and you will be able to observe plenty of different fishes.
Named after the mangrove forest near by, this snorkeling site on the north of Nusa Lembongan is very popular. A long stretch of beautiful reef follows the coast here and you can snorkel here for hours!
You will see plenty of fish such as angelfish, surgeonfish and more, as well as turtles. If you are lucky you might even spot a pod of dolphins around here!
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Gamat Bay is on the coast of Nusa Penida. It makes for a great land break as the beach here is really beautiful, secluded in a little bay.
Inside the bay, the shallow reefs are very colorful and the corals are abundant here. On the edge of the bay there is a beautiful wall dropping down to the deep water.
Toyapakeh, named after the village close by, is a favorite amongst snorkelers and divers. It has maybe some of the greatest marine life around the island, with varieties of corals and an abundance of fish.
There is an easy accessible wall in one part but also plenty of shallow areas to snorkel where you can spot eels, octopuses, turtles and a huge amount of fish.