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Stop At: Padang Bai Port, Bali 80871, Indonesia
A great highlight in Padangbai for beach lovers is Blue Lagoon, a small bay northeast of the seaport with only a 60m stretch of white sand, from which you can snorkel right off from. Divers take a five-minute boat ride from Padang Bai to a dive spot of the same name, where large Napoleon wrasse, several kinds of reef shark, stonefish, moray and blue ribbon eels, nudibranchs, rays, squids and octopuses, giant frogfish and cuttlefish are among the marine diversity. Another beach, often dubbed a ‘hidden beach’ due to its location between small hilly capes, is Bias Tugel, a 130m long strip southwest of the Padang Bai port, and which also offers calm and blue waters most times of the year. Here you can relax on the even sand or under shades of parasols with beach loungers. The beach that shares the bay with the seaport is not so busy, especially on its eastern end, and you can also enjoy fairly good swimming and snorkeling here, too.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Blue Lagoon Snorkeling, Jl. Silayukti, Padangbai, Kec. Manggis, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80872, Indonesia
Blue Lagoon Snorkeling is a favorite snorkeling sport for families and new snorkelers because the waters are extremely calm. Located approximately five minutes from Padang Bai. The snorkeling area has a sandy bottom and is home to one of Bali's coral reefs. While you are exploring the reef, expect to see cuttle fish, angel fish, cow fish and moray eels. You may snorkel throughout the year at the Blue Lagoon. Blue Lagoon Snorkeling is also the best choise for you who like photography especially macro underwater.
Duration: 2 hours