LIFE AROUND THE NUSAS
NUSA LEMBONGAN AND NUSA PENIDA
Around this waters you can find beautiful creatures: nudibranchs, turtles, anemonefish, angelfishs, butterflyfishs, moorish idols, sweeetlips, titan triggerfish, clow triggerfish, crabs, lobsters, clams, mantis shrimps, sea stars, cuttlefishs, squid, octopus, trumpetfish, cornetfish, moray eels, rebon eels, giant morey, moreys, porcupinefish, pufferfish, puffers, boxfish, scorpionfish, stonefish, lionfish, napoleon, humphead parrotfish, banded sea snakes, barracudas, marbled stingray, bluespotted stingray, manta rays, blacktips sharks, whitetip sharks, reef sharks, wobbegong sharks, bamboo sharks, hammerheads sharks, whale sharks, mola mola and the list continue!
HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT SEEING ALL THIS?
In the south of Nusas, you can find the Manta Alfredi, this type of manta can be around 3 and 5 meters big. The best dive site to observe this animal, is called “Manta Point”, is 40 minutes from our beaches. The whole year can be good to see them. We have another point to observe them called “Manta Bay”, 20 minutes from here. Depending on the condition of the sea, we choose between one or the other.
The best place in the world to observe this animal is around here, the Nusas. You can not imagine how this animal is until you see it! Also called Sunfish, Moonfish and more names, they can be about 3 meters big from fin to fin, you must come to see them! They move with the cold current, for that reason the best time to see them is around July and October. You can find them most of the time at more than 25 meters, for that reason it is good to have your advanced certification, but if you don’t have it, we can help you with that.