KOMPAS.com – Diving in Bali is great to explore the fascinating life of sea creatures and see the underwater beauty synonymous with this Indonesian getaway island.
Travel Influencer Harival Zayuka shared during his visit to Indonesia that diving in Bali is possible during the new normal.
“I had a chance to go free diving. All the Bali diving spots are now open.”
Harival said that he went to the Bali diving spot of Tulamben Beach in Karangasem Regency for his free diving recreation.
Tulamben Beach is 93.8 kilometers away from I Gusti Ngurah Rai International Airport which takes around 2 hours and 15 minutes to reach by car.
Harival also shared that strict health protocols applied throughout his trip starting from the process of purchasing a ticket thus the travel influencer felt safe to go diving in Bali.
“Diving in Bali is safe because we only converse with one person, mostly the divemaster. They themselves are required to do a rapid Covid test every 14 days before working.”
Harival assured the public that outdoor recreation on the island is safe to pursue including visiting the many Bali diving spots.
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