Here’s the answers to our frequently asked questions about Kents Spearfishing Bali:
Spearfishing in Bali is legal, but only whilst free-diving (NO SCUBA) and national parks would be off limits.
You can check with customs in Bali, by sending an email prior to arriving here and check if you can bring with you through your departing airport. If it’s not possible then we do provide a speargun included in your package of choice. We have a wide selection of spearguns, so you can choose whichever is most suitable and most comfortable for you to use.
There’s currently no rule to require a license to use a speargun in Bali.
Most of the year is great to spearfish in Bali. But certain areas in Bali throughout the year might not be so active with fish. Sometimes the weather can have an effect on the visibility of the sea, which might prevent you from having a better experience. If this happens, we can then arrange an alternative destination.
Yes, it is possible to customise a package. If you are particularly drawn to a certain destination, just pop us an email and we can cater a package to your needs.
There’s certain fish that are non-targeted species. Meaning, that you can’t shoot certain marine life including coral fish, juvenile fish and certain species such as manta rays, turtles, dolphins, sharks and whales.