Menjangan Island forms part of the remote West Bali National Park. The island name means deer in bahasa Indonesia as a sizable population of Javan Rusa and Indian Muntjac deer live wild in the park there.
Blessed with beautiful marine life and some of the world’s rarest species, Menjangan is one of the top dive spots in Bali.
Located at the north western point of Bali it’s not far to the coast overlooking Java. Because of this it makes a great stopping point when travelling overland from Java.
It’s about a 3 hour drive to the resort areas of South Bali.