Gamat Bay is located between Crystal bay and ToyaPakeh opening directly to the Nusa Penida channel. The bottom of the bay is covered”Read
by white sand with several coral patches and bommies full of marine life and crystal clear waters, making it a perfect dive site for macro life, photographers and snorkelers. The bay normally provides shelter from the strong currents in the channel but as you move towards the outside of the bay, you will find a colourful descending slope at 15m. The thermo climes can be extreme, making the water temperature drop to less than 20º C within just a few meters of depth, however, if you are lucky, you might bump into a Mola Mola (Oceanic Sunfish) between June – October, or any other big pelagic. You don’t want to adventure yourself to much on the slope as the currents in the channel are unpredictable and can suddenly become very strong, turning in to a whirlpool.