Also called Tulamben Wall, this spot is a drop off. Weak current and a good visibility of 10 to 30 meters.
The Tulamben drop off is one of the most popular sites of Bali. Descending from 3 meters to 80 meters depth, it has been formed by the lava river of the Mount Agung of 1963. It is today covered in a multitude of coral.
Easy to find. Access by boat or from the shore after a 5 minute swim.
We can see black tip sharks, dog tooth tuna, Leaf scorpion fish, pygmee sea horses, eagle rays, napoleons and giant parrot fish, a lot of nudibrachs, lionfish.
You will evolve along this wall covered in coral hard and soft. Giant gorgonias seem to aventure above the void.
The top of the wall culminates in between a depth of 3 and 5 meters, and descends to more than 80 meters.
Kind of diving
Marine biology, photography, Drop Off, deep, training, and night.
You will love the Drop Off whatever your diving level!
Video diving from Tulamben
Collection of 4 videos on the interior passages of the Liberty wreck, certain of these passages require wreck speciality training, contact us for more information.
This first passage, light and open on both ends and on the side, doesn't present any particular difficulties. Depth of 13 meters.
The deepest passage of the Libert wreck or more specifically under the wreck...20 meters long at 20 meters depth, complete darkness, don't forget your Ariane line and your torches!
Inside the stern of the ship, complete darkness, diving torches compulsary, 2 entries at 12 meters under the rudder and at 14 meters on the old bridge. Living here are big groupers and moray eels.
Watch this video of the longest passage of the wreck of the most famous wreck in South East Asia. Entry at 14 meters, exit at 8 meters, very dark, down here a torch is a bonus.
Coral Garden will surely be your first dive site on an initiation or Open Water Course. In the middle of this calm and sheltered Tulamben bay, this site is also very popular with photographers, for its many Leaf scorpion fish, and ribon eels, leopard moray eels and species nudibranchs, crabes and shrimps.
Ribon eel moving along the Coral Garden site, it is rare to observe these eels in open water, these eels spend most of their time hiding in the sand. The males are black and yellow and the females blue and yellow. By observing the video we understand well why we call them ribbon eels!
Serraya secrets, macro dive site very popular with photographers at only a few kilometers from Tulamben, we will take you diving to the bottom with great pleasure!