What to expect?
Blue sky, crystal clear water and… sexy bikinis.
The Gili Islands represents a great opportunity to explore the underwater. You would like to dive for the first time or you are an advanced diver, diving in the Gili Islands will be an amazing experience guaranteed.
If you are not into diving, you can still go snorkelling, you might meet up with sea turtles 😉
4 Reasons to dive in the Gili Islands
– Explore an incredible Sealife with manta rays, sea turtles, octopus, sea horses and Sharks!
– The Conditions are perfect. Clear and warm water for good visibility and comfort.
– There are a lot of very nice diving schools to welcome you in this adventure.
– A great variety of dive sites to enjoy more dives.
– Get your new profile picture underwater with a sea turtle and hit the likes!! That’s a damn good reason.
Where to Dive?
Gili Trawangan, Air and Meno all three offer a selection of diving schools certified SSI and PADI.
If you would like to dive a specific site, you may want to check with the diving school which site they are covering.
I personally went diving on Gili Trawangan, as it was where I was staying. I have already been diving and started my certification with SSI so I looked up online for one of them.
I selected Manta Dive because of good reviews, just walked in and they nicely managed to book me last minute. I would recommend booking in advance though, they are really busy.
I did my Advanced course there, had a great time, instructors were super fun and I had awesome dives. Definitely, recommend it.
Who can Dive?
Diving is open for everyone, whether it is your first time or you are already experienced, you can find a wild range of courses at every diving schools that will suit your desire.
There are of courses some requirements (like being capable of swimming, not having ears issues…) but for the rest, you’re all welcome.
When is the best time to dive the Gili’s?
The tropical conditions of the Gili Islands offer good diving conditions all year long. Although the dry season, from May to September/October, offers a better visibility sea life.
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