After hotel pickup in the main resort areas of Bali (or meet at the Grand Mirage Resort in Tanjung Benoa, part of the Nusa Dua resort area), your sea walking adventure begins with check in at the Seawalker counter at the resort.
Listen to a simple informational briefing about the activity; no previous experience is necessary, and there's no need to learn how to use any special equipment. Then take a 5- to 10-minute transfer from the resort to your diving site. If it's a clear day, you may see Mt. Agung, Bali's highest volcano, during the drive.
When you arrive, your underwater helmet is fitted onto your shoulders with help from your instructor (don't worry about taking off your glasses or makeup; your hair and face won't get wet). Then enter the water for your 20- to 25-minute dive, where you'll walk on the sea floor to see native fish, coral, and other marine life. An instructor is always in the water with you.
Afterward, return to the resort, and then on to your hotel for drop-off.
Seawalker Bali at Grand Mirage Resort