Located on the northwestern bay of Bali, Pemuteran Beach is surrounded by a sleepy village of the same name. A popular spot for snorkelling and diving, this small settlement has been rapidly growing as a result of the tourism seen here. A narrow strip of black sand and clear blue waters invite you to stroll through the beach, where multiple restaurants and resorts offer a seascape view. Known for its unique artificial bio rock reef restoration project, Pemuteran Beach offers much in the way of diving and snorkelling opportunities.
Pemuteran Beach has the largest artificial Biorock reef project in the world. The entire area exhibits a spirit of marine conservation and puts in effort for the same. Another fascinating feature of this beach is the underwater Temple Garden. Pemuteran Beach is the perfect destination for those looking to immerse themselves in peace and tranquillity. The stunning sceneries and enchanting black sand beaches help you relax, away from the hustle-bustle of the city.
Diving and Snorkelling are the most common activities on Pemuteran Beach. There is excellent visibility and an abundance of turtles, fish, reef and corals.
The Biorock and Coral Reef is a very rare spectacle and can be explored for free on Pemuteran Beach. The reef is extensive and will easily take up an entire day. You can hire goggles and snorkel into the water at specific, marked locations along the beach. Make sure you explore the enchanting underwater Temple Garden.
Other popular dive sites are Close Encounters, Rock Garden, Canyon Wreck and Deep Reef. The hotels in this area also organise early morning dolphin watching boat trips. Fishing is another activity that can be taken up here. The surrounding hills and mountains offer plenty of hiking opportunities.