Friday, June 20, 2008

Menjangan Island

Menjangan Island is a part of West Bali national park, it is well known for its magnificent underwater world and stunning coral reefs, suitable for divers and snorkelers. Divers who enjoy wall diving will appreciate the areas prime spots around Menjangan islands, but there is interest for every one here, with a deep wreck dive, some unique night diving, exceptional muck and macro diving near Lovina, and many snorkeling sites.


Menjangan’s white sandy beaches a nice location to break. Underwater, the drop-off along the south shore and eastern tip, facing the Bali Sea, are home to lots of colorful small fish and vertebrates, lacy sea fans and a variety of sponges. The sandy, gradual slope of Menjangan’s north coast is a final resting place for Bali’s oldest dive able shipwreck, known as the ‘anker’ wreck because of its heavily encrusted anchor at the top of the reef.


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