During your stay in Sanur, you can visit Nusa Lembongan island. It's a 30 minute trip with a speed boat. In Nusa Lembongan, there are many water activities that you can do, such as; snorkeling, diving or the most favourite water activities by the tourists, Sea Walk, which is revolutionary of diving system. Using an open-ended helmet that allows the wearer to stay underwater by just putting it over head. The helmet is connected to the scuba tanks by air hose that supplies it with air. The interior of the helmet is designed with a defogging mechanism that prevents the front window from fogging. The helmet is also fitted with a vent which continuously exhausts unneeded air from the helmet. Since the bent is located at the back, there is no air valve to obstruct the guest's view. Guest wearing helmet descend a ladder to the ocean or aquarium floor where they can walk and experience the underwater world.
What better way to enjoy the ocean than to sail on it? Sanur, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida are the premier sailing points in Bali. The basic and most common route is to depart from Sanur, stopover on a pontoon at Lembongan bay for water pastimes and a village outing, and return to Sanur’s Benoa harbour by dusk. The floating dock is set up to be a one-stop water activity and entertainment station, consisting of slides, a swimming pool, an underwater viewing chamber, glass bottom boat, banana boat, canoe and snorkelling equipment, and providing an international buffet accompanied by sounds from the live band.