Visiting Bali? There’s no better way to explore our beautiful island than scuba diving in Tulamben! If you’re looking for an unforgettable adventure you’ve come to the right place. We offer dive trips and PADI courses for divers of all levels. We’re locally owned and operated, so we know everything there is to know about the local dive sites. We believe in following the highest safety standards and only use top quality, well-maintained equipment. Our team will ensure that your diving experience in Tulamben is exciting, safe, and memorable. We look forward to diving with you in Bali!
A quaint fishing village located on the northeast coast of Bali, Tulamben lures travelers from around the world to explore the fascinating world that lies beneath the ocean’s surface. Tulamben offers a remarkable scuba opportunities for divers of all experience levels. Just 25 meters offshore lies the wreck of the WWII USAT Liberty cargo ship, an underwater wonderland and one of Bali’s best dive sites. In addition to the Liberty Wreck, there are numerous other dive sites teeming with sealife in or near Tulamben Bay. Divers can expect to see a diverse range of marine life including corals, sponges, sea turtles, sharks, squids, octopus, rare macrolife, starfish, eels, manta rays and of course, hundreds of species of fish.
A historic artifact revitalized into one of the richest marine environments in the world. Resting 3-30m deep, the Liberty is one of the most accessible wreck dives.
A rock cluster accessible by a quick jakung ride, this site features a stunning coral reef that drops steeply to depths of 30-50m and is an excellent place to spot larger pelagics.
An impressive underwater cliffside created by the eruption of Mount Agung. Vibrant corals, gorgonians, and sponges cover this wall that drops down to 70m.
A paradise for macro lovers and underwater photographers, this “muck diving” site is teeming with fascinating and rare little critters.
A shallow reef abounding with colorful corals and rare marine life. This site is a popular destination for underwater photographers and macro-life enthusiasts.
A sloping reef canvassed with corals, gorgonians, and sponges. Located just past Batu Kelebit, this quieter dive site is a good place to spot sharks.