Snorkeling in Nusa Penida

Vibrant colourful reefs, teeming with life…from tiny wonders to pelagic giants!💦
Meeting point at Nusa Penida,
Start time snorkeling: at 9.00 am & 14.00 pm
Adventure duration: approximately 2.5 hours
Places to visit - 4 spots:
Manta Bay, Crystal Bay Beach,  Gamat Bay,  Wall Point.
Snorkeling equipment included: mask, snorkel and fins.
Group underwater shooting 📸

Price 250 000 IDR / per person

Children under 10 years old 50% discount (with their own glasses)*
Please note: Price includes above listed snorkeling equipment and place on the snorkeling boat for one person in the sharing boat.
Price does not include transfer to/from Hotel.

Would you like to explore the underwater world of Indian Ocean?

Nusa Penida is not only spectacular above the water line! Jaw dropping sights are waiting to be discovered within the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean surrounding this magical island. Words can’t describe the beauty beneath…you’ll have to experience it for yourself! Snorkeling gives you the opportunity to enjoy this unbelievable underwater universe.
Snorkeling does not require you to have special skills, certification or be weighed down with heavy equipment. Feel at one with nature and admire the incredible diversity of Penida’s ocean flora and fauna.
Let us take you on a wondrous adventure into this watery world; coral reefs as far as the eye can see, teeming with life of unimaginable forms! An indescribable abundance of neon tropical reef fish, as well as the biggest ray of all, the magnificent, intelligent and curious gentle giant, the Manta Ray.
Did you know?... Mantas are some of the largest animals in the ocean! They can weigh as much as 1,350 kg (3,000 lb) and have wingspans of up to 7 m (23 ft). They belong to the shark family, but do not fear! These are the most gentle creatures who wouldn’t hurt a fly, since they only eat plankton!
A manta can never stop swimming from the moment it’s born until the moment it dies! Mantas have to swim constantly to stay alive – the forward movement flushes water over their gills so they can breathe. The name “manta” comes from the Spanish word meaning “mantle” or “cloak”…and it’s easy to see why :)
Unfortunately it’s an open ocean and manta rays are the wild animals, so it’s never 100% guaranteed you going to spot them. And you also should consider that then you trying to spot wild life sometimes you get disappointed.


We recommend you bring some sort of closed bathing suit such as a rash guard. This is because a couple of times a year there can be little pink jellyfish that can cause a bit of an itchy sting.
So if you do see the jellyfish, you can put it on and of course it’s also great sun protection!