Diving around Lembongan and Penida

Whether you’re a seasoned diver or just starting to discover the underwater world, World Diving is your best choice  for diving the Nusa Lembongan, Ceningan and Nusa Penida waters.

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Anemone fish - Nusa Penida
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Dive and Stay Packages

We are now offering dive and stay discount packages with our Sea View rooms. Packages include diving, accommodation, airport / hotel transfers on Bali and speedboat ferry service to the island.

Coming to dive with us just got even easier!

Baruna Sea View Double
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Manta Madness!

Did you know that we have year round manta ray sightings around Nusa Penida? Join us for our two dive trips for mantas, drifts, turtles, sharks and a great day out! What are you waiting for?

See you soon in Beautiful Lembongan!

Manta Lembongan
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E-learning

PADI eLearning allows you to begin your dive education at your convenience, on the internet, and finish your training in the water with a PADI Professional.

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We’re a PADI Five Star Dive Center

These businesses excel in providing quality services to divers, present a professional image and actively promote the benefits of recreational scuba diving, snorkeling, dive travel, and environmental protection..

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Great diving asks for a great accommodation to enjoy heart-warming hospitality, delicious food and great sunsets. And a pool! Pondok Baruna offers this all in various price ranges.

Pondok Baruna Frangipani
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    Grand Designs. Made the Mad Axeman and the Timber Haulers had done their thing so the next step was to come up with a plan! Some serious designing was required. Suggestions came thick and fast. A stronger, longer ladder. A loo with a view. A captain’s chair. Even a water slide! You name it, it […]
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          How To Build  A Boat! When we bought World Diving in 2005 we knew that the original Big Boat was getting close to retirement age and that a new boat would have to be found.  This was evident by a couple of facts.  First, the water in the bilge was slopping over […]
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