Who we are and what we can do for you
Lets go diving
You want to dive? We do too!
All the Siren Diving Lembongan staff consider ourselves very lucky to be doing something we love, every day. Come along and see why we enjoy it so much
Everyone knows that learning something new can be tricky. With a combination of online and classroom learning, we’ll teach you how to dive at your own pace in an environment that make you feel safe and comfortable.
You work all year to go on holiday. Make it count!
Treat yourself to some of the best diving in the World and get that new profile picture that makes your friends at home so jealous 🙂
Digital Photo and Video
Want to learn how to make the most of of that GoPro that’s been sitting in the cupboard since Christmas? Let’s get some footage and put together a masterpiece! (Academy Award not included).
Keeping it Local
The people from the Nusa islands are well known for their relaxed and welcoming hospitality. Siren Diving Lembongan is proud to be part of community programs to keep this island extra special
Love the planet
Yep, it’s a soundbite… but what if everyone to recycle, reduce and reuse? Complimentary water fills, a recycling point and regular clean-ups of our beaches and ocean help to keep us as green as can be. Who knows? It just may work.
We’re going to say it… We love diving!
We understand that sometimes the reality may not meet the expectations set out in a glossy brochure. At Siren Diving Lembongan we want your dive trip to be what you want.
You can choose the dive sites, the guide and your lunch afterwards and once you are quoted a price, everything is included. Equipment, lunch, dive computers for courses, all taxes and service. The price you see is the price you pay.
Got a friend who dived with Wayan and want to see how good he is for yourself?
Read a TripAdvisor review about P and want to see what makes her so funny?
Ask for the guide you want at the time of booking and we’ll do our utmost to make it happen. Group sizes will never be more than 4 divers and we always match certification levels so group sizes are normally smaller than this.
*Scuba the dog not available for guiding at the time of writing
While sometimes limited by weather conditions, we will do all we can to fit into your schedule and dive where you would like to go.
A standard day diving with us is made up of two morning dives. We usually leave our shop between 8:00 and 9:00am and return between 12:30 and 2:00pm.
Afternoon dives may be available depending on conditions, as typically the wind around the islands increase in the afternoon and can make things a little too lumpy.
I want to see manta rays!
Well, you are very lucky because manta rays don’t seem to care whether it’s rain or shine and are here all year round.
Want to see mola mola?
From June to October the water can cool to sub 20 degrees but it’s the most common time to see the mola mola as they leave the depths and come to the surface to warm up.
What else is there to see?
Even in rainy season, (November to March), we have Angel fish, Grouper, Puffers, Trigger fish, Surgeon fish and more reef inhabitants than you can shake a pointy stick at. We have great visibility, excellent drifts and warmer water up to 28 degrees… Break out the board shorts… Who wants a 5mm wetsuit anyway?
From air tanks to zip-ties, (what else begins with Z?), here at Siren Diving we take pride in the quality and regular servicing of our equipment. Being an Aqualung Partner, we are proud to have a great selection of Apex and Aqualung equipment available for all our customers.
Whether renting a camera, dive computer or an extra lanyard for that ridiculously small GoPro, (which we have red filters for), we have all your needs covered.
We normally dive from a fully equipped, fiberglass hulled boat with a maximum capacity of 12 divers including guides. The boat has first aid, radio, O2 and lifejackets available and allows for a simple bankroll into the water.
Sometimes, if we are feeling a little more traditional, we may take our equally as charming Balinese jukung into the water for that extra Indonesian feeling.
We Blog Too
There’s always something happening in the world of diving and the islands in particular. Whether it’s Local, International or just plain informative, we like a good blog as much as the next person.