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Menjangan Island, Bali

September 10, 2013

Have you ever been to Menjangan island in Bali?  Often overlooked due to the popularity of Tulamben on the NE coast (home to the Liberty Wreck) Menjangan is a small island on the NW of Bali that features some wonderful wide angle diving opportunities such as soft coral covered slopes and fantastic hard coral gardens.  There are also some interesting surface interval activities such as photographing the huge Ganesha statue or hiking up to the coral temple where locals often come for ceremonies.  If wildlife is more your concern, Menjangan is known for hosting a population of wild deer which can be seen with a short walk around the island.  When diving here we like to stay in the Pemuteran area, which is also close to the famous muck dive Puri Jati, so divers get a great combination of large and small while diving in north Bali.

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