Tucked away in the northwest corner of Bali is the quaint fishing village of Pemuteran; a calm, beautiful seaside enclave that immerses you in a world of true tranquillity. Mountains of the West Bali National Park, (Bali’s only national park), loom large over Pemuteran’s bay, offering a small glimpse of the vast, abundant floral and fauna that reside there; coral reefs, mangroves, forests and sandy beaches are all ripe for exploration. Pemuteran holidays sit firmly in the ‘eco-tourism’ category and the atmosphere of conservation and protection of its wildlife is all around – The Biorock Project
is the largest of its kind in the world and aims to revive the once-destroyed coral reefs, while the village’s Turtle Hatchery Project works to build awareness about the sea turtle's plight and help to care for hatchlings. World-class diving is a major draw for many visitors – picture every type of tropical fish imaginable gliding through caves, drop-offs and coral reefs within the many spectacular dive sites that are scattered across the turquoise waters – Pemutera will serve up your wildest diving dreams on a plate, and then some. While there’s a gradually-growing collection of hotels and restaurants in the area, the village has retained its authentic, peaceful vibe and a holiday here is a taste of the charm and grace of old Bali.
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