The small village of Tulamben, famous both for its black volcanic sand and the 120m USAT Liberty Shipwreck, is quite rightly Bali’s most popular diving location. Tulamben is also the place where you are most likely to see internationally-recognised underwater photographers and journalists.
Tulamben Bay, like the rest of Bali, is situated in the richest marine biogeographic zone: the Indo-Pacific. Due to Tulamben’s location on Bali’s northeast coast, the Indonesian Throughflow supplies the bay with very plankton-rich waters. This, together with the different physical environments within the gives Tulamben a remarkably diverse underwater ecosystem.
06.30 AM to 08:30 AM: Meet at your Hotel lobby
Transfer to Tulamben (1 hour to 2hours 30mins)
2 x Introductory Dives at Tulamben Bay Liberty Shipwreck
Transfer back to Hotel (back to hotel around 17:00 PM)
Transfer Departure Times (fixed times):
06.30 pick up at Jimbaran & Nusa Dua areas
07.00 pick up in Kuta/Legian/Seminyak/Kerobokan areas
07.30 pick up at Sanur area
08.30 pick up at Padangbai area
The 120m USAT Liberty Shipwreck lies 20m oofshore and offers extraordinary density of marinelife, which includes Clown frogfish, Bumphead parrotfish, a huge school of Big-eyed trevally, Leaf Scorpionfish and pygmy seahorses.
The Coral garden, which runs eastwards from the Shipwreck, provides wonderful shallow dives. You can expect to see a wide selection of marinelife from Thecacera nudibranchs, Harlequin shrimps and Boxer crabs, to frogfish and Ribbon eels in all stages of development.
Equipment of BCD, Regulator, and Wetsuit is included in the price.
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