Menjangan Island

Menjangan Island, West Bali is a small island with no inhabitants. It is part of Bali Island as a tourist park in West Bali.

The charm of the tour is there, you will enjoy the beauty of the zoo and tourist activities in the ocean.

The clear bluish water is refreshing and anyone who sees it is a plus where we can enjoy the perfect marine life.

Wild deer swim to the island 1.2 miles every spring.

West Bali National Park is a conservation site for endangered deer. That's why the island is called Menjangan Island, as Menjangan is Javanese for deer.

Diving activities at a depth of 20-30 meters by following the cliffs under the sea is a favorite water sport for visitors called Wall-diving. 

With fairly calm water conditions in certain weather conditions, you will be presented with fish commonly found here, namely gorgonial fanfish and coral reefs ranging from 10 - 50 meters deep.


Wonderful Diving in Menjangan, Gawana Bay and Secret Bay, Bali.