Wondering where to dive? Check out the dive sites below to learn more about the best places to go scuba diving in Tulamben, Bali.
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.
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 shallow reef abounding with colorful corals and rare marine life. This site is a popular destination for underwater photographers and macro-life enthusiasts.
Bali’s newest shipwreck remains nearly fully intact as it transforms into a haven for marine life. The site also features a submerged VW car and other interesting pieces.
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.
A paradise for macro lovers and underwater photographers, this “muck diving” site is teeming with fascinating and rare little critters.
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.
An untouched dive site over the edge of an underwater gully. Here divers will see a diverse array of corals and a plethora of reef fish, with a chance to spot turtles or sharks.