Menjangan Island, located in the northwest of Bali, is an uninhabited island protected by the government. It's about an hour's drive from Lovina Beach. Going to Menjiangan usually involves carpooling or a one-day trip to Lowerna, which includes two shallow trips (or snorkeling), transportation and lunch, and about $70 per person. Provide diving equipment. Menjangan has what Bali calls the brightest coral wall. The deeper the coral wall is, the more 20 to 60 meters it will be. If you want to see the most colorful fans in Bali, you must not miss Menjangan. A 20 minute sail from Bali will lead to the diving area of Mengjiangan Island, from which you can see the volcanoes on the opposite side of Java Island. Watching volcanic diving also has a different meaning. Menjiangan water quality is very good, snorkeling has been able to see many small fish and corals, as well as starfish. Go down with the coach and you'll see the coral wall, but there aren't many fish. When snorkeling, we must do a good job of sun protection measures, or come back to absolutely lose a layer of skin. Lunch was fried Indonesian rice with a boat and a bottle of Coke. It's interesting to dive twice a day.
Indonesia Mengjiangan Island, the third snorkeling. The underwater scenery is not as good as the naval island of Senbana, Malaysia, but better than the mosquito island of Pipi, Thailand or something. Although the scenery is ordinary, it is still a memorable memory to swim underwater with Lao Mai again.
One of the best snorkeling sites in Bali, the shallow water is very suitable for rookies.
Menjiang Gandao, a deep diving resort, is super beautiful. There are also beautiful corals and tropical fish on the sea floor. It's too far to get here from Rowana in northern Bali. It's good to snorkel here. The underwater world is very beautiful. There are many corals and all kinds of fish.