With over 60 dive sites to choose from, many of these untouched and secluded sites will make you feel like you are in your own underwater kingdom!
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The sheltered waters of Brunei bay, and the coastal reefs of Brunei, have numerous readily accessible dive sites. Brunei International airport to the dive sites can be less than 30 minutes. The warm, calm tropical seas are an attractive venue for beginners learning to dive, and for experienced divers extending their skills. Brunei Bay is especially famous for its four wreck dives.
Apart from the intrigue of exploring these vessels, the wrecks support a substantial marine eco-system. A dive on these sites is always an opportunity to see a diverse variety of marine life.
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The Brunei Bay wrecks are regarded as the most interesting and accessible wreck dives in the region. Their close proximity to city accommodation and air links, and convenient boat access, makes taking in a few dives quick and convenient when visiting Brunei. Weekend Excursions form other regional centres are also very feasible.
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Exploration, exotic locations, amazing color and beauty… these are just a few of the things you will experience in the spectacular underwater world. Welcome to your new adventure, innerspace. You can look forward to many memorable diving adventures in the years to come.
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There are about 30 shipwrecks to choose from, some of which are linked to as old as the historical WWII era.
The water temperature is around 25 to 28 degrees Celcius, all year round. Most diving is done in the morning, when sea conditions are at their calmest. The best period for diving in Brunei is from March to November, in the dry season. The lighter south west monsoon means calmer seas. Diving still continues with little interruption from weather.
There are about 30 shipwrecks to choose from, some of which are linked to as old as the hostorical WWII era. These sites range from 14m in depth to 70m with easily accessible penetration points. The difference in depth of these wrecks suits beginner to experts.