Shallow water site located in one of the most rich and biodiverse regions of Tulamben.
It is also the site where we are most likely to see black tip sharks. This magnificent coral reef also shelters numerous varieties of clown fish hiding in the anemones (white, green and blue), accessible to divers of all levels. This spot is also ideal for underwater photography.
This Coral Garden is an ideal site for beginner divers and experienced divers. It offers a unique opportunity to compare natural coral with that of the artificial reef present on the site also filled with rare fish and coral. At only 30 meters of the shore, 3 Leaf scorpion fish reside on the artificial reef.
300 meters est of the Liberty wreck, the site is easy to find at 15 meters from the shore, access from here.
You will be able to find Leaf scorpion fish, ribbon moray eels, clown fish, nudibranchs, all sortes of shrimps along with ghost pipe fish and frog fish in the right season. This site is also where we see the most black tip sharks.
In the middle of a very healthy Coral Garden, you will see anemone, and an artificial reef in the shape of a small aeroplane has been placed here more than 15 years ago now. This very colonised reef is a positive experience because it is marvellously invaded by coral. It attracts a multitude of small reef fish.
Average depth of 10 meters with a maximun depth of 25 meters. The black tip sharks are even visible in 5-10 of water!
Kind of diving
Marine biology, night diving, training, free diving, orientation and photography.
This spot is accessible to all levels. Possible to do it snorkelling. Little current and visibility of 10 to 30 meters.
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Come and dive the Liberty wreck with Dive Concepts Tulamben, we dive this site every day at 8am and 4pm so you can make the most of this site. 120 meter long wreck in between a depth of 6 and 28 meters.