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Penida Dive Resort and its experienced guides are ready to present you 20 sites out of which some are ranked among pearls of world's diving terrains. Three years of diving in the waters of Nusa Penida and over 2.500 dives in these terrains serves as insurance for remarkable diving adventures. Generally speaking, the diving conditions at Nusa Penida are convenient for advanced divers AOWD. For less experienced OWD divers, we will prepare a less demanding programme. The guides are authorized to evaluate divers' state and experience, and decide about their not diving in case there were any reasons for that. Each diver has to pass training on sites and on rules before diving, has to have a special insurance for diving, and signs a form about understanding the instructions for diving with Penida Dive Resort. Follow our instructions and, in return, we are ready to organize amazing and remarkable dives in beautiful sites at the best moments. To dive among a shoal of mantas or to dive among ocean sunfish are real adventures for which divers have been coming already for several years. We do diving courses OWD CPS during 4 days (6 dives, 6 hours theory).
A huge deep-water monster which grows up to 3 metres of height and can weigh up to 1500 kg. This heaviest bony fish comes to the waters of Nusa Penida from June to October to clean itself. Ocean sunfish eat mainly jellyfish. Mola mola ascend to surface waters with upgoing cold currents and go up with thermocline. In extreme cases, the water temperature can decrease to 15 degrees centigrade. A normal temperature at this period is about 20-24 degrees. Nusa Penida ranks among the best locations in the world for scuba diving where you can meet these animals. Penida Dive Resort guides will take you to the best sites they have known for several years of experience.Book A Dive Online
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