Tulamben Dive Site: With a 120 meters shipwreck at one end, a dramatic drop-off reef at the other, and rich sand slopes and a bank reef in between, this bay can keep a diver happy for weeks.
The wreck of the Liberty lies parallel to shore on a steep sand slope and good growth of encrusting animals on it. Part of the superstructure is within snorkeling distance from the suface. The wall just off the eastern end of the beach. The rocky knoll southeast of town plunges straight down into the sea, and coral grows a long its face. It has a nice overhang around, and drops to a sand bottom at just over 60 meters.
- Type of dive: Beach diving (5 to 10 minutes by boat for Batu Kelebit dive site)
- Visibility: Fair to good, 15-30 meters
- Water movement: None or moderate current, but when wave is high here dive entry and exit need to be considered
- Marine life: Superb variety, excellent numbers, and this is the field for expert underwater photographers and marine biologists
- Diver level: Open water diver or above
- Access: 2 hours 45 min from Kuta, Legian, Semenjak, Sanur and Nusa Dua
- Highlights: Night dive at full moon on the wreck, Batu Kelebit for Sharks and Nudibranch and Seraya for semi muck diving with its rare animals or Kubu flat reefs coral
- Other: During midday on the wreck can be crowded, morning and evening dive every creatures is going to show up ? Molas em....maybe
Descriptions of Bali dive sites
Secret Bay | Menjangan | Tulamben | Amed
Candi Dasa | Padang Bai | Nusa Penida | Nusa Dua