Bali’s most popular dive destination and with good reason. It is the home of the U.S.A.T. LIBERTY, a World War II cargo ship that was torpedoed and left upon the beach. In 1963 Liberty was swept into the ocean by the eruption of Mt. Agung and now rests in water between 5 and 30 meters deep.
In the vicinity of the wreck are other world famous sites, home to 100’s species of reef fish, soft and hard corals, nudibranchs, pygmy seahorses and other rarities. A photographer’s paradise!
Tulamben Dive Sites
USAT Liberty Wreck
Beach dive, lying only 40 meters offshore, 120 meters long and between 5 – 30 meters deep. Bali’s most popular site, suitable for all levels of experience. Excellent night dive! Some penetration possible.
Beach dive on dramatic drop off up to 60 meters deep. Good chance of seeing passing pelagics such as sharks, tuna, manta rays, mola-mola and occasional whale sharks.
Beach dive on black sand slope and 40 meter long wreck, 20 – 40 meters deep. Three decks cleaned and prepared for penetration! Awesome photo opportunities.
Beach dive on sandy slope with natural and artificial reef. Macro paradise! Best chance in Bali to see critters: nudibranchs, pygmies, harlequin shrimp and other rarities.
Boat dive on 40 meter deep pinnacle followed by gently sloping coral reef. Excellent visibility, moderate drift. Good chance of seeing pelagics.
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