Dive conditions vary throughout the year depending on the season. The visibility is regularly 20m or more, however in rainy season this might drop to about 10m. The water temperatures vary between 27 to 30 degrees Celsius.
We have more than 20 dive sites around the gilis which cover levels from dive beginners to experienced divers. Around the Gilis are walls, slopes and drop offs. You will very likely see turtles, sharks and cuttle fish, with a bit of luck ghost pipe fish and definitely all kinds of angelfish and more.
- 95% chance of turtles on most dive sites – we can all but guarantee them!
- Tropical island dive resort right on the beach, with our custom built dive boats ready and waiting to take you to the dive sites.
- Crystal clear, warm water with a huge variety of sea life and underwater topography ranging from walls, slopes, plateaus, wrecks and pinnacles covered in hard and soft corals and surrounded by reef fish.
- Perfect conditions for beginner courses all the way up to professional level
- Dives ranging from muck dives to drift dives to challenging dives or peaceful slow dives.
- The North Gili’s offer something for everybody from plenty of macro life to the big schools and pelagics
Turtles galore! But that’s not everything... There is such a wide range of sea life around the Gili’s, with plenty of fish and critters around the reefs.
Our sandy House reef offers a range of nudibranchs, shrimps, crabs, pipe fish and ribbon eels with octopus and cuttle fish also coming for a visit. On our wrecks we often find scorpion fish, lionfish, schools of bat fish, turtles, leaf scorpion fish and file fish.
For those of you who would like to see the bigger fish we have plenty of dive sites to choose from to find these beauties. On dive sites like Shark Point, Manta Point, Deep Turbo and Gili Air wall we often see reef sharks, manta rays (in season January-March), turtles, eagle rays, moray garden and ribbon eels. The schooling fish we see are trevally, barracuda, bat fish and tuna.
We also get a drop in from whalesharks on occasions, usually around January to March!