Bali’s best underwater gardens are found around the bays of Menjangan Island in the far northwest of Bali, within the protected area of West Bali National Park. This is no secret -- it's one of the more popular dive and snorkelling spots in Bali. ... Read more about Diving and snorkelling at Menjangan Island .
Most people come to Pemuteran for diving or snorkelling, which is lucky, as underwater is better than above. A narrow band of fine black volcanic sand sweeps around the shallow reef-filled bay for about two kilometres, however, and it's appealing enough for swimming or idling about. ... Read more about Pemuteran Beach .
West Bali National Park (Taman Nasional Bali Barat) is one of the last truly wild destinations in Bail. This swathe of protected forest and sea covers an official 19,003 hectares of mangroves, savannah, rainforest, monsoon forest and the coral reefs ringing Menjangan Island. Although it hardly rivals the jungles of Sumatra or Borneo, it’s still worth ... Read more about Trekking in West Bali National Park .
Pura Pulaki, Pura Pabean and Pura Melanting are a trio of temples wedged between the craggy mountains and black sands of the north coast beaches near Pemuteran. Important as they are to Hindu Balinese, each with a distinct spiritual function, it’s the dramatic natural settings that pique the interest of the ... Read more about Pura Pulaki, Pura Pabean and Pura Melanting .