Diving, Yoga and Meditation Retreat in Bali, Indonesia

8 Days, Multiple Departures

Diving, Yoga and Meditation Retreat in Bali, Indonesia
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North of Bali is the best area to do your PADI open water certification. This retreat is your unique chance to combine diving course with yoga retreat and traveling. Three in one! The program includes: 3 days diving course with open water dives at the most beautiful spots in Bali, yoga and meditation, massages, dolphins watching tour, and grand Lovina tour to see the most important high lights of the North of Bali.

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During this retreat, you will stay at a colorful bed and breakfast located in the center of Lovina, five minute walk into the beach. The BnB provides private rooms for one or two people. You can share a twin room with other guests who will be staying at Lovina Loca for the retreat or TTC.

Diving course

During your course you will do open water dives in two of the following spots (depending on group size, weather conditions, and other factors):

Menjangan Island

This tiny island is a one-hour drive from Lovina, and then a thirty-minute boat trip from the mainland. As part of Bali Barat National Park, Menjangan Island is well known for its magnificent underwater world. A beautiful coral bottom and a spectacular deep-water coral reef wall provide a variety of dive sites to choose from. Good conditions and excellent visibility also make this an interesting site for snorkeling or simply relaxing on the white sandy beaches.

Lovina Reef

Lovina's reefs are perfect for those who wish to stay local. There are both deep and shallow water diving sites available, making it convenient for all levels of expertise. It is a great way to experience diving, without taking time out of your day getting to the dive site.

Originally, it was a World War I cargo vessel, the U.S.S. Liberty, built-in 1918. She measured 120 meters long by 20 meters wide and grossed over 6000 tons. During World War II, she was refitted as a US Army Transport vessel and on the 11th of January 1942, she was hit by two torpedoes from a Japanese submarine as she crossed the Lombok Strait. An attempt was made to tow her to port at Singaraja, but she floundered and was beached at Tulamben.

After the volcanic eruption of Mount Agung in 1963, the USS Liberty was pushed off the beach and into the sea. Today she resides about 40 meters off Tulamben Beach on the east coast of Bali - about one hour and forty-five minutes east of Lovina. The wreck is noted as one of Bali's most famous dives and also an incredible place for a night dive. This is a shore dive with depths of 6 28 meters and water temperatures of 27-30 degree centigrade. On any day you can see hundreds of marine species. A lone barracuda who likes to pose for pictures, pigmy seahorses hiding in colorful sea fans, giant grouper, batfish, angelfish, and parrotfish, are just a few of the incredible sea creatures you will encounter while exploring the wreck.

About The Host

A place where you can share lifelong experiences with like-minded people from all around the world. All levels, backgrounds, and physical states are welcome and encouraged to join us. Whether you want to start yoga, improve your practice, simply need respite from your busy life, or feel the need to release emotions of your past... our retreat is a safe and supporting center to do so.


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