Seeing the Most of Bali Dive Sites with A Liveaboard Holiday!

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Seeing the Most of Bali Dive Sites with A Liveaboard Holiday!

Some traveling divers are content to cram a couple of dives into their itinerary, while others are obsessed with scuba diving and want to be underwater at all times. However, if you need to fly to specific destinations like Bali for diving, you might want to seize the most of it. If you want to visit more dive sites during your diving holiday in Bali, you have two choices: plan a shore-based dive trip that includes transportation, several hotels, and transporting dive gear back and forth, or hop on a liveaboard boat, settle into your “hotel on the water,” and let an experienced diving crew handle the rest. This is the essence of liveaboard diving experiences.

Embark on Liveaboard for Visiting More Bali Dive Sites

Liveaboards are all about thoroughly immersing yourself in the water and its marine life, getting access to the best dive sites the area has to offer, and spending your scuba diving trip with others who share your passion for diving.

Less Time Needed for Travelling Between Sites

While land-based diving sometimes entails long bus rides to your destination followed by long boat travels out to Bali dive sites, on a liveaboard dive holiday, you wake up at the dive site every day, ready to dive. A trained crew and skipper at the helm of a liveaboard knows the area like the back of their hands. They’ll take you to all of the best-kept secrets and most unusual diving locations, and if the weather isn’t cooperating, they’ll simply change course to locate a better spot.

A Chance to Explore More Remote Bali Dive Sites

A Chance to Explore More Remote Bali Dive Sites

One of the most significant advantages of liveaboard diving is the ability to visit isolated dive sites in Bali that are unavailable during shore-based operations. While liveaboards will take you to all of the more popular dive sites (usually early in the morning before the day boats arrive), they will also take you to dive sites where you will be the only ones in the water. The reefs are generally immaculate, and the marine life encounters are unparalleled.

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More Dives to Enjoy Everyday

One of the main reasons that scuba divers pick a liveaboard for their holiday is that they provide more dives per day than a land-based operator. Most days will involve four or five dives, including a night dive each evening, and the quantity you choose to accomplish is entirely up to you and your personal diving profile. When you consider the per dive prices of shore-based diving companies, a liveaboard is generally the more cost-effective option when you consider the number of dives it offers.

Flexible Schedules for Diving 

Another benefit is that liveaboards have complete control over diving schedules and itineraries. By adjusting the schedule and itinerary according to daily parameters, a liveaboard will always allow you to dive at the optimal time and in the best circumstances. Furthermore, a liveaboard can provide early morning and late night dives within the national park, which we all know are fantastic!

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