Diving Tulamben Drop off
Tulamben Drop-off is also known as the Tulamben Wall. This underwater wonder awaits your exploration a few hundred meters from the USAT Liberty. Picture a vertical cliffside that plunges dramatically way over 40 meters into the depths. Formed by ancient lava flows from the eruption of Mount Agung in 1963, this site is a testament to nature’s grandeur.
As you descend along the wall, prepare to be mesmerized. You will find vibrant corals, elegant Gorgonian fans, and mysterious sponges. If you peek into crevices you will find moray eels, elusive mantis shrimp, and octopus. You may also find tiny pygmy seahorses and longnose hawkfish hiding among the fans. Angelfish, like the regal emperor, the striking blue-banded, and the charming yellow-faced, glide gracefully.
Keep your eyes peeled for white-tip and black-tip sharks, and the majestic bump-head parrotfish. And if luck smiles upon you, you might even glimpse the elusive mola-mola or the gentle giant, the whale shark.
Whether you’re a seasoned diver or just dipping your fins, the Tulamben Drop-Off welcomes all. Enter from the beach, take a short swim, and behold this underwater masterpiece. Dive into the depths and let the Tulamben Drop-Off reveal its secrets!
Diving Tulamben Drop-off: Depth : 0 à 50 M, Current: low, Difficulty: Easy, Type: Shore drop-off