About Bunutan Point

Bunutan Point is a world-famous dive site located in Bali, Indonesia. The site is known for its dramatic drop-offs, clear water and abundant marine life.

The average depth at Bunutan Point is 30 metres/100 feet, with the deepest point reaching 60 metres/200 feet. The water temperature is a comfortable 26 degrees Celsius/79 degrees Fahrenheit all year round. Visibility is usually excellent, with clarity often exceeding 30 metres/100 feet.

Bunutan Point is home to an incredible variety of marine life, including schooling fish, turtles, reef sharks, manta rays and even the occasional whale shark. The dramatic drop-offs and clear water make this an ideal site for divers of all levels.