The Menjangan is a peaceful retreat located in the heart of an unspoiled national park on the stunning north west coast of Bali. It is within the boundaries of the Bali Barat National Park and offers guests the chance to get close to nature and relax in exquisite surroundings.
Menjangan is famous for having Bali's most beautiful wall-diving. The walls descend to varying depths, ranging from 20m - 60M+. These walls offer the greatest diversity of gorgonian fans in Bali. The sites generally start at around 10m in coral reef flats and then slope down. These flats have experienced some damage due to a number of reasons. This shouldn't put anyone off as the walls make up for it. Conditions in Menjangan tend to be very gentle with visibility getting up to 50m at certain times of the year.
The reef scenery, coupled with the marine life is perfect for those wanting to get photos. The dramatic backdrop of the walls and plethora of fish life makes is easy for photographers to get that perfect shot. It is unusual to see many large pelagics in this area due to the island being protected from the cold currents coming in from the sea. Although whale sharks are occasionally spotted and even a sperm whale was seen here this year.
The more popular dive sites at Menjangan are: The Eel Garden, Pos II and, for the more experienced, a deep dive (40M) to the Anker Wreck, a 150yr old wooden boat still with many remains available to see.