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Welcome to Odyssey Bali Submarine


Underwater adventure with Odyssey Submarine, enjoy the beauty of the underwater world of Bali Amuk Bay without having to swim or dive.

 

Odyssey Submarine is the only underwater adventure tourism which is unique in Indonesia. By following these events you can witness the beauty of the underwater panorama of Amuk Bay Bali without having to swim or dive. With Submarine Odyssey II submarine with a capacity of 36 passengers, you are invited to dive with a depth of up to 90 feet below the sea to see the diversity of biota and life that exist under the sea for 45 minutes.

 

Submarine Safaris Asia, Ltd. is launching a worldwide fleet of sightseeing submarine, a Tourist Submarine. Once the private realm of divers and scientists such as Jacques Cousteau, the excotic undersea world can now be experienced by people of all ages and physical condition, in a safe and comfortable atmosphere.


By appealing to everyone from professional scuba divers to the most timid non-swimmers, this Sightseeing Submarine excursions will attract passengers from all walks of life. submarine bali


Battery-powered so as to pose no threat to the fragile marine environment, this undersea excursion craft can carry 36 passangers in air-conditioned comfort to depths as great as 150 feet. You will be able to look out and see the fantasy of rarely visited reefs and wide variety coloured marine creatures in our famous Bali dive site.

Safety is assured in this highly sophisticated vessel, your voyage to the bottom of the sea will be smooth and effortless, as your pilot and co-pilot guide you on an adventure that will stay with you forever.

 

Amuk Bay

 

Amuk Bay is around 6km across with the villages of Padang Bay to the south and Candidasa to the north. Two islands (Tepekong and Mimpang) outside the bay, and Biaha a little to the north, offer some of the most breath-taking diving in Bali. However, due to strong currents and unpredicatable water movements, these 3 sites need to be treated with care and respect, always consult your local Divemaster. The sites here are one of the best places to see Mola Mola sunfish, the water temperature is also somewhat cooler.