Our Main Office for Blue Corner Dive & Bar is located on the beach at the north end of Jungutbatu village on Nusa Lembongan. We are away from the busy harbor in a quiet area of the island surrounded by seaweed farmers.It’s a short walk or bike ride from town down the main road towards the mangroves, then follow the signs down our little path for shipwrecks surf break and Blue Corner Dive & Restaurant.

Our second Blue Corner Dive Centre on Lembongan Island is our boutique dive shop in Mushroom Bay at the southern side of Nusa Lembongan. Blue Corner Dive Mushroom Bay is great for certified divers looking for a personal experience in a smaller dive centre.

Menjangan Island in Northern Bali also has some great diving - and Blue Corner Dive has a small shop located in West Bali National Park at the NusaBay Menjangan Resort. Ask us about multi-day dive trips around Bali.


Getting to Nusa Lembongan is easy!!

Getting to BALI:

Bali’s International Airport (DPS) is just south of Kuta.

The newly redesigned airport has a hotel-booking counter, taxi stand, a left-luggage room, several moneychangers, an and many souvenir shops, ATMs and lots of familiar fast-food places.

The domestic terminal and international terminal are a few hundred metres apart.

International airlines flying to and from Bali include the following:

For Domestic flights the best thing to do is to go to the airport and shop at the airline ticket offices as new airlines are starting and new routes are being added.  As well some of the small less expensive airlines do not have websites. Places served from Bali include Jakarta, Surabaya, Lombok, Yogyakarta, Bima, Maumere, Bandung, Kupang, Makassar, Ende.


Public boats and speed boats leave from Sanur beach (just 20 minutes from the international airport).  The cheapest option is the public outrigger boats leaving at 8am daily, however many other boats leave throughout the day with the last speed boat leaving Sanur at 5pm each day.

• Perama – Boat departs 10:30 AM.  A 90 minute ride for 100.000 Rp.  Perama also has offices in Kuta, Ubud, Padang Bai, and the Gili Islands and can arrange transport from your hotel there to Nusa Lembongan.

• Public Boat –  Departs at 8 AM and 10:30 AM.  Costs 60.000 Rp/ 100.000 Rp.  Office located at Sanur beach harbour on the end of “KFC road”

• Public Speed Boat – Departs daily from Sanur beach harbour at 9AM, 12:30PM, 4PM. 30 -40 minutes. 200.000 Rp. One way.

• Rocky Fast Cruise – Fast boats (25-30 minutes) from Sanur Beach to Jungut Batu.  Ticket includes transfer from hotel in Bali and also transport on Lembongan to Blue Corner Dive!  Departs Sanur at 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:30. One way fare US $35 and return $55.

Sugriwa Express - Fast boats from Sanur Beach to Jungut Batu. Departs Sanur 9:30, 13:30, and 17:00.

• Several speed boat companies operate from Sanur into both Mushroom Beach in the south of Lembongan island and the main Jungutbatu Beach. Most of these transport companies will include hotel or airport pick up and drop off.

From Nusa Penida

• Public and private boats operate between Padang Bai (Bali) and Sampalan (Nusa Penida)

• From Nusa Penida hire a water taxi (100.000 rp) from Toya Pakeh Village to the beach in front of our dive centre


A number of options exist for the route between Nusa Lembongan and Gili Trawangan – some easy… and some adventurous! Contact us for more information.

• Scoot Fast Cruise - Operates fast boats from Sanur Beach which take you to Jungut Batu, and onwards to Gili Islands & Lombok. Hotel transfers are included. Crossing takes 25-30 minutes. One way fare US$60 and return US$100, including hotel pick up in southern Bali.  They also do Bali – Lembongan – Gili combination tickets.

Ekajaya Fast Boat - Operates a route from Bali - Cenningan - Padangbai - Gili Trawangan - Lombok in a high speed aluminum boat.

• Perama can arrange not-so-fast boat options between Lembongan and the Gili Islands, Lombok, or destinations beyond.



Then there’s the adventurous backpacker option…

• Take the public boat from the Gilis to Bangsal Harbour on Lombok (cheap!), then catch a bemo/public share taxi to Mataram (Price variable – good luck!), transfer to another bemo heading onward to Lembar Harbour in south Lombok. Then catch the car ferry accross to Padang Bai (also cheap… but crossing time varies depending on how seaworthy the derelict vessel is). From Padang Bai in Bali you can catch a bemo 45 min south to the small village of Kusamba. From there hop on one of the jukung boats to Lembongan (make sure you wrap your backpack in a big waterproof plastic bag and don’t put your backpack on top of a basket of tomatoes!) Crossing time is unknown, total price could be anything from really cheap to more expensive than chartering a float plane – depends on the number of times you hear the line “oh sorry sir, you just missed the last boat/bemo now pay extra”… BUT if you take this route, we promise you a FREE cold Bintang beer just to hear the story!