Attention to detail is a hallmark of the AquaMarine experience. From your initial planning together with our Bali office Dive Travel Professionals to your fun diving day with our PADI Certified Divemasters and Instructors, you receive professional, friendly, expert service.
The level to which AMD-B customises trips is absolutely unique in Bali. The focus at AquaMarine is to provide both high quality service and the best possible diving for guests, offering programmes to suit each diver’s interests, experience and preferences. You will find suggested itineraries on our website to be used as a starting point for your holiday plans.
Our divemasters are professionals, all Indonesian, who chose diving as a career. Over 70% are PADI instructors. Many have worked for us for over 10 years and often train dive guides for other companies. Expect your dive package holiday, or day of diving, to be well-organised and safe, and well as beautiful and fun!
Just up the road from Double Six Beach, Dhyana Pura feels a world away. Although it is in the heart of Seminyak, this beach is a lot quieter and more peaceful than others. There are fewer vendors here, although beach chairs are readily available for rent. The beach is flat and golden, and is ideal for a walk or for making sandcastles.
As with elsewhere in the area, the ocean is relatively safe but occasionally plagued by strong currents, and there are fewer people watching over you here. Swimmers who stay close to shore should be fine. It is occasionally possible to surf here, although the waves are not of a high quality.
Set back from Dhyana Pura beach are several luxurious hotels and restaurants, and a bit farther south, a path leading along the beach that motorcycles can access. This path is lined by funky beach bars that offer cushions on the sand, great food, and cold drinks. They also often have music performances, DJs, and even movie showings later at night. Dhyana Pura is easy to find and access, and there is more parking here than elsewhere in the area.
Petitenget temple is one of a kind Bali Hinduism temple located nearby white sandy Petitenget Beach. Behind its beauty of classical Bali architecture style of the building, this temple has a bit scary story among the locals. A long time ago the area of Petitenget was known as a haunted place, where a huge green astral creature called “Bhuta Ijo” was lived, this creature was asked to guard a magic box used as an offering box by a famous Bali ancestor. He was so loyal and protected the box a little bit too well, whoever came nearby the box were got sick after a few days because they were detected as a threat by the monster. The local asked the ancestor and suggested to build a temple in that area, then so the Petitenget temple was made, and since then no more similar incident was reported to happen again. Read more...
Experience the various trails Bali has to offer. Suitable for all levels of riders. Our trained guides will meet you in Bali and take you to areas very few people can access to show you the most spectacular views of Bali. Our experienced guides will give you tips to surpass your limits during Bali dirt bike adventures on exciting motocross trails.
At Bali Dirt Bikes we believe that everyone can learn to ride a motorbike and once you experience the journey, you cannot imagine that you had never known adventures like ours before!
We are determined to show you the best trails offering various riding levels from complete beginner to an advanced motocross rider. Read more...
Adventure Scuba Diving Bali is a PADI dive centre based in Seminyak, Bali. We offer a very personalised service for both diving and snorkelling, with day trips, courses and safaris for beginners and certified divers.
Our staff are professional, highly trained and also very entertaining! This ensures that any day spent with ASDB involves humour, safety and new knowledge. We take great pride in our work, so no need to look any further.
Safety is number one followed by unrivalled personal customer service.
We lead with experience, listen to you and answer with the best possible recommendations. Read more...
Double Six Beach, named after the 66 nightclub that used to stand on its shores, is one of Bali’s most popular beaches. Part of the busy Seminyak strip and located in front of a row of beachside restaurants and nightclubs, it is never quiet, with a constant stream of travelers, and something always going on, whether soccer, beach volleyball, concerts, drum circles, or outdoor club nights.
During the day, families, surfers, and tourists of all shapes and sizes congregate to laze around, look at each other, drink beers, and play in the waves, but things get crazier around sunset when the action shifts to partying at the busy beach bars.
The beach itself is pretty enough with dark golden sand but is not Bali’s most beautiful or peaceful. It is a good, cheerful place for surfing, jogging along the beach, or playing a game of beach tennis or soccer with the locals, but swimmers should be careful not to go too deep, as the ocean here sometimes has strong currents that can pull you out to sea quickly. Although there are almost always lifeguards here, they have many people to watch over. Other than the currents, a soft sand bottom means that this is not a
particularly dangerous beach, but it also offers nothing in terms of snorkelling.
Kids should not be unattended near the water but will enjoy playing in the shallow water at low tide. The best time to visit is the dry season, as changes in ocean currents can mean that during the wet season, the beach becomes rather polluted. Double Six Beach can easily be reached by motorcycle or car, and it is in the middle of Seminyak. Parking can be tricky and coming in or out after sunset may be challenging, especially with a car. This is a good place to go with a scooter, taxi or driver, and it can also easily be reached on foot from the surrounding areas. Read more...
Petitenget Beach is located in Seminyak next to Batu Belig Beach. The beach can get a little dirty at times but many communities start doing a regular beach cleaning recently, so it only tends to be when the sea has been very rough. There is a wide expanse of white sand which makes for excellent beach walks or sunbathing.
Sun loungers are available to hire and, along with the upscale hotels, there are lots of little restaurants on its edge to have a nice lunch and to be able to relax.
The sea can get very rough so make sure to swim in the designated areas. There isn’t always a lifeguard on duty. Read more...