Welcome to Scallywag Divers
Welcome to Scallywag Divers: PADI 5-Star Dive Resorts on the island’s of Gili Air, Gili Trawangan & Labuan Bajo, the gateway to the Komodo Islands and the most spectacular diving just east of Bali, Indonesia.
At Scallywag Divers, we have what you are looking for, from DISCOVER SCUBA DIVING for the curious, PADI COURSES for the keen and FUN DIVES for those already hooked and looking to explore!
If you’re planning to become a professional check out the dive jobs site.
Get your scuba diving certification with the PADI Open Water Diver course.
ADVANCED OPEN WATER
The PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course is for divers who want to gain more experience while diving with a PADI Professional.
Scuba divers describe the PADI Rescue Diver course as the most challenging, yet most rewarding course they’ve ever taken.
Interested in SCUBA diving and don’t know where to start? Let us show you the World of Scuba.
Scallywag Divers Locations
Diving in the Gili Islands is superb all year round, as one of Indonesia’s top areas for scuba diving and snorkelling and a reputation for being the turtle capital of the world’.
The Gili islands have become popular for beginners and experienced divers alike, with drift diving being the predominant form, with year-round water temperatures about 28 degrees Celsius.
Diving in the Komodo Islands you are guaranteed the most unforgettable diving experience that our Komodo waters have to offer. Join us as we dive Komodo, a location that is regularly rated as one of the TOP 10 diving spots in the world.
Let the ocean lull you to sleep in one of our Beach Club Bungalows or immerse yourself in Island life at our Mango Retreat or Mango Motel, where you can relax at the pool built around the shady mango trees.
Our resort on Gili Trawangan has you only steps away from our Dive Centre, making it easy to plan your diving and snorkelling adventures. Relaxation is the order of the day when you are with us.
Bali has been a favourite destination for travellers from all over the world for many years. Known as the ‘Island of the Gods”, the Island is predominantly Hindu and very spiritual. Scattered with rice fields and glorious beaches.