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Menjangan Dynasty Resort


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Menjangan Dynasty Resort

5 star hotel
Purwakerti, Abang, Reggenza di Karangasem, Bali, Indonesia 80852, Indonesia
24 rooms
FREE Internet

Bali Hai Diving Adventures Menjangan

PADI 5 star dive center
Max 4 divers per guide

Package highlights

  • Luxury glamping in the West Bali National Park
  • White sand beach, peaceful bay, tropical mountains
  • Year-round warm waters, ~35m visibility and biodiverse reefs
  • Blue starfish, pufferfish, barracuda, unicorn fish and many more
  • Safari style tents with air-con, WiFi, a TV and private decking
  • Open sided Beach Club & Bar offering all day dining and panoramic views
  • Romantic candle light dinners and 24hr room service 
  • Spa with exclusive waterfront spa pods
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Enhanced Health Measures

Date of last update:Apr 29, 2022

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Customers should be reminded not to enter the Dive Centre if they have symptoms related to COVID-19 infection. In addition, it is advisable to deny access to non-diving family members or friends accompanying the divers, in order to reduce assembly of people in the dive centre. All surfaces and objects that were in contact with a guest need to be disinfected. Action point: - actively instruct guests to not overcrowd the dive centre shop, - provide alcohol solution, spray bottles and hand wash station The staff present in the dive shop should be limited to those strictly necessary to carry out activities; this means that only one person helps the guests with trying on equipment. Action point: - instruct staff to only go into the shop when required - staff should be aware of amount of people in shop at all times - assign cleaning duties and create checklist The prevention measures taken by the Centre should be displayed on public signs and made clearly visible. Action point: - create signs with prevention measures, hang these outside of the shop and put the signs on a sandwich board - create medical checklist in multiple languages that can be given to guests before checking in Toilets and showers should be sprayed down with disinfectant after each use. Action point: - provide disinfectant spray and signs in shower and toilet to inform the guests of spraying after use. Trying on equipment When trying on masks, equipment that will not be used (wrong size) should be immediately put aside for disinfecting.   Boat trips On the boats, distancing can be difficult as there is only limited space. Attention should be paid especially during briefings, entering the water and exiting the water. Dive / snorkel guides must instruct their guests to keep distance on the boat and on the surface. Action point: - remind guests of keeping distance as marking off seats is not possible - boat briefing MUST include reminder of guidelines Buddy checks between divers unrelated to each other will be conducted in a different way where each diver inspects his own equipment while going through the 5 steps together with his buddy. Extra care must be made to avoid divers mixing up equipment, mask, regs and snorkels. All equipment should be clearly labeled and each diver is to be made aware of the number he is using. To prevent contamination of the second stage, neoprene pouches will be used to cover the 2nd stage completely. Use a guest list to make a note of this number assigned. Action point: - make sure all equipment is numbered - provide pouches to seal off 2nd stages after 1st dive - provide disinfectant in spray bottle Cups for water will not be handed out any more, but guests will have to bring their own cup, (reusable) bottle, etc. Regularly disinfect the water gallon on the outside. Action point: - guests should be informed to bring their own cup / bottle upon booking Saliva will not be an accepted method of anti-fogging the RENTAL mask anymore. Dive guides are to provide the diver with a solution of dish washing liquid/water solution in a spray bottle. If guests still use saliva for their personal masks, then the masks should be rinsed in the open water, not a bucket. All staff setting up equipment and changing tanks between dives should disinfect their hands before and after touching the equipment. Action point: - provide hand sanitizer - provide masks and gloves for support staff   GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR DISINFECTING SCUBA EQUIPMENT Equipment rental should be handled with particular care. Here are some recommendations: - Rental equipment should be disinfected as indicated, after each use, paying particular attention to regulators, BCDs, snorkels and masks. o The solution used for disinfecting will be a bleach/water solution. The proper ratio of bleach to water is 10 ml of 5% bleach per liter of water. o Equipment needs to be submersed in this solution for at least 5 minutes. - Rental masks need to be fit-tested by each diver before use, which implies disinfection after each test. Customers may be encouraged to bring at least their own mask. - Keep areas for returned rental equipment separate from areas where disinfected equipment is stored. - Customers should be prevented from entering the area where disinfected equipment is stored. - Bring the gear out to customers. - Instruct customers not to touch the cylinder valve outlet or regulator inlet when assembling and disassembling their scuba unit. PRECAUTIONS TAKEN WHEN RINSING DIVE EQUIPMENT - If a guest makes multiple dives on one day, equipment will not be washed after each dive, but rather at the end of the day. Making sure to prevent contamination and mix-ups. - When washing someone else’s equipment, mask and gloves should be worn - After washing, equipment should be hanging away from other, already disinfected, equipment
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  • 48 hours after booking confirmation: 55%
  • 60 days before trip start: 100%

Cancellation fee

Free cancellation for 48h after confirmation

  • 5.0% of the total booking amount will be charged if you cancel more than 37 days prior to arrival
  • 25.0% will be charged if you cancel between 37 and 14 days prior to arrival
  • 95.0% will be charged if you cancel less than 14 days prior to arrival

Explore diving around the Menjangan Dynasty Resort

Best dive sites in Bali

USAT Liberty – Bali’s most famous dive site offers a chance to see schools of bumphead parrotfish, black sand muck diving, and a coral encrusted wreck. The USAT (United States Army Transport) Liberty was awaiting repairs on the shore when lava flow from an erupting Mount Agung pushed her back into the water where she now lays on her side. Starting at just over five meters and extending down to 30 meters, this wreck is a marine life hotspot. Look out for barracuda, turtles, pygmy seahorses on fans, numerous species of nudibranch, sting rays and a wealth of critters. Gili Tepekong – These magnificent rock pinnacles are encrusted with a vibrant mix of hard and soft corals and offer stunning underwater topographies ranging from walls and slopes to canyons and swim-throughs. Biomass here is exceptional with hoards of fish occupying the reef. It's a great site for spotting reef sharks and seasonal Mola Mola. Due to mild-strong currents, Gili Tepekong is an advanced dive site and is recommended for experienced divers. Gili Selang – Starting out on the black sand slope you’ll be impressed by the variety of nudibranch and other macro critters as you head down to the top of the reef. The reef and wall offer gorgonian fans, rope sponges, branching corals, occasional bommies, colorful soft corals and barrel sponges in the deeper areas. Look out for moray eels, trevally, cuttlefish and pygmy seahorses camouflaged in the fans with schooling fusiliers and passing pelagics in the blue. Due to mild-strong currents, Gili Selang is an advanced dive site and is recommended for experienced divers. Eel Garden – This is a beautiful dive site which takes its name from a sandy ridge, populated by hundreds of garden eels that sway to and fro in the plankton rich currents. This is a diverse dive site where you can spot pelagics and a wealth of critters on the reefs and sandy slopes. Underwater Temple – Also known as “Temple Garden” or “Taman Pura” this site is an artificial reef designed to look like a traditional Balinese temple. There are sunken stone statues of Buddha and Ganesha behind ornate Balinese gateways. If there was ever a site that reflected Balinese spiritualism underwater, this is it! Bali is home to innumerable dive sites which offer diverse topographies and marine life. Other notable sites in Bali include: Coral Gardens, Napoleon Reef, Secret Bay, Jemeluk Bay and Blue Lagoon.
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Dive Center


  • Bali Hai Diving Adventures has been operating for 20+ years with a 100% safety record
  • Professional, experienced and fun instructors and guides
  • Impressive facilities including a 3.5m deep training pool
  • Full range of PADI courses including half-day discover scuba dives
  • Excellent conditions for beginners, photographers and coral garden lovers
  • World-class visibility (35m+), warm water (~27°C) and zero currents
  • Snorkelling trips and non-motorised water sports also available 


Bali Hai Diving Adventures, at Menjangan Dynasty Resort, is a PADI 5* dive center offering a fun and professional attitude to diving around Menjangan Island.

The center boasts a 100% safety record after 20 years of operation and access to incredible dive sites just minutes from shore. With a 3.5m deep training pool, the center is well-equipped to take first-time divers and also divers who would like to refresh their skills before venturing out. 

The incredibly calm waters around Menjangan Island provide excellent conditions for photographers, scuba students and any divers looking to enjoy tropical diving conditions and biodiverse reefs, with stunning visibility (35m+), warm water (~27°C) and no currents.

Look out for blue starfish, silvery jacks, barracuda, damsel fish, yellow back fusiliers and many more darting amongst soft corals and sponges. With a variety of wall dives and coral gardens to choose from, you’ll find yourself in an underwater paradise.

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Languages spoken

  • English

PADI membership level

  • Padi 5 Star Dive Resort

Dive Center Facilities

  • Other

Resort Amenities


  • Beach Front
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool(S)
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Garden
  • Lounge/Tv Area
  • Games Room

Sports & Watersports

  • Snorkeling
  • Stand-Up Paddling
  • Kayaking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Cycling


  • Visa
  • Mastercard
  • Cash (Local Currency)

Amenities & services

  • Wi-Fi (Free)
  • Air-Conditioning

Food & drink

  • Buffet
  • A La Carte
  • Snacks All Day
  • Alcohol
  • Vegetarian Food
  • Halal Food
  • Gluten Free Food
  • Kosher Food

Wellness & Relaxation

  • Spa Facility
  • Massage Services
  • Yoga


  • Hiking

Resort Description

Menjangan Dynasty Resort is situated on calm, tropical bay on the edge of the West Bali National Park.

Luxury glamping just steps from a white sand beach, Menjangan Dynasty Resort is surrounded by crystal clear seas, coral reefs and lush, green mountains. Few other resorts are found in this peaceful region. 

All 20 safari style tents are furnished with natural materials and African inspired embellishments. Each large and air-conditioned beachfront space comes with WiFi, a flat screen TV, minibar, ceiling fan, private bathroom and a large decking area with a day bed and loungers.

Enjoy your meals at the open-sided, bamboo Pasir Putith Beach Club & Bar offering an all-day Asian and Western menu and panoramic sea views. 24 hr room service and romantic candlelight dinners on the beach are available. 

The resort offers a full service spa with private waterfront spa pods, wedding services, a gym, infinity pool, beach plunge pool, DVD and book library, a boutique store and buggy service.

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How to get there


  • The closest airport is Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS).
  • The resort is located 150km (about four hours drive) from the airport.
  • You will need to arrange your own transfers from the airport to the resort. This should be simple to arrange upon arrival in the arrivals hall, or you can arrange them in advance independently. 


  • The day before you depart, it's best to arrange a taxi to your next destination or the airport via reception. 


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