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Travel solo and save £125 in Bali

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Getaway to the tropical retreat of Alam Anda Ocean Resort in Bali and experience the diverse diving sites of this Indonesian island. Dive Worldwide is offering savings of up to £125 for solo travellers if booked before 31 April.

The Alam Anda Ocean Resort is a secluded beachfront property that is hidden within the tropical coconut plantations of the northeast coast of Bali. Built in a traditional Balinese style, each room features either a sea front or deluxe garden view, and is complete with a range of modern amenities, including an ensuite bathroom, mini bar and air-conditioning. Guests can enjoy a mixture of local and European cuisine in the open-air restaurant, take a dip in the large swimming pool, or relax in the individual treatment pavilions in the wellness and relaxation area.

The PADI-affiliated Werner Lau Dive Centre offers a range of courses for divers of all abilities and runs daily boat excursions to some of the popular diving locations in the surrounding waters. Divers can expect encounters with species including turtles, eagle rays and black-tip reef shark, while underwater photographers can snap away on a visit to the house reef – a designated conservation area that is full of colourful marine life.

Special offer price: from £1,565pp (saving £125pp), including return flights from the UK, transfers, eight days’ B&B accommodation in a Seaview Bungalow at the Alam Anda Ocean Front Resort & Spa, five days’ diving (ten dives), tanks and weights.

www.diveworldwide.com

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Mark Evans
Mark Evans
Scuba Diver's Editor-in-Chief Mark Evans has been in the diving industry for nearly 25 years, and has been diving since he was just 12 years old. 30-odd years later and he is still addicted to the underwater world.

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