Tulamben / Indonesia


This dive-site is located on the north-east of the Bali Island. Here it is also possible to find the Liberty Wreck. On the way to it, divers can spot hundreds of eels sticking out of the sand and the schools of goose-beaked whales, that can reach 50 representatives. The hull of the ship became a dwelling place for a variety of coral fish. It is also covered with gorgonarias and large sponges. The first dive is the exploration of the left nose part of the ship at 20-30m/65-98ft depth. The second dive is the exploration of the right side of the ship and entering the holders.

Location: North-eastern coast of Bali Island

What to see: Hammerheads appear there frequently. In this region it is also possible to meet turtles, octopuses, stonefish, large triggerfish, bumhead parrotfish, giant groupers, large schools of jackfish spawn, large barracudas, eels, leaffish, nudibranchs, snow-white soft corals, hard corals, table corals and colorful polyps.

Depth: 10-30m/32-98ft

Currents: 1knot

Visibility: 10-30m/32-98ft

Season for diving: All year long. The water temperature averages between 24-29C/75-84F.


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