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Bali Free Diving

Freediving allows you to explore the depths of the sea and swim with the fishes without bulky equipment. The freediving takes place in Amed and Tulamben of East Bali, where you get the chance to see incredible WWII shipwrecks.
Bali Airport (DPS)

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How do I get there?
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Fly straight to Ngurah Rai International Airport (Denpasar). From the airport, you may travel from Denpasar to the North-east of Bali by a 3-hour public bus journey. Alternately, rent a private taxi for a journey close to 2 hours. 
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Do I need to go with a guide?
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If you are trying freediving for the first time or signing up for a course, you will need to go with a guide.  
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Do I need to train up?
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As long as you are healthy and able to swim, you are good to go!
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What's the best time to go?
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The best months to visit are April, May, June, July, August, September
We recommend the above period because you would have dry season: april to september. best time to see manta rays in april and maybest time to see mola mola (oceanic sunfish) from august to october. worst season to dive is during monsoon: december to march (low visibility).
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Any tips for what to do in the area?
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There are many things to do in East Bali — check out the bat cave, known as one of Bali's most sacred temples, otherwise climb to Lembuyang if you're up for a challenge. There are about 1,700 steep steps you have to take before you get to the top but the amazing views are well worth it.
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