Tulamben
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  • East Bali: Snorkeling Day Trip to Amed

    1. East Bali: Snorkeling Day Trip to Amed

    Benefit from morning pick-up from your hotel and journey by air-conditioned bus to the dive center in Sanur. Continue to the coastal resort of Amed to collect your snorkeling gear, and board a traditional boat to embark on your snorkeling adventure. Amed is a small village clustered around a single road that circles the sheltered bay. This calm bay has little in the way of current and the snorkeling sites are reached directly from the beach. Amed or Jemeluk Bay is home to yet more of the incredibly diverse marine life that makes Bali snorkeling a real treat. Expect to find Parrot Fish, Angel Fish, Bat Fish, Moorish Idols, Snappers and so much more. You may even be lucky enough to see a Green Turtle or a Small Reef Shark. At the end of your snorkeling odyssey, head back to shore for a delicous lunch. Feast on Indonesian food and enjoy the laid-back vibe of Amed before g...

    Wow what an experience! Straight to the point...snorkeling, snorkeling, snorkeling! Spent at least 2.5 hours in the water.

  • Tulamben: USAT Liberty Shipwreck Full-Day Snorkeling Trip

    2. Tulamben: USAT Liberty Shipwreck Full-Day Snorkeling Trip

    Begin this 10-hour tour with a drive to the village of Tulamben, best known for its black sand beach covered with smooth, fist-size rocks. Located just 30 meters from the beach, the USAT Liberty shipwreck measures 120 meters, with its top just 3 meters below the water surface. Struck by torpedoes in 1942, the ship was carrying rubber and railroad parts across the Lombok Strait. Explore the wreck that is now covered by coral and home to hundreds of species of fish. Expect to see blue-spotted stingrays, octopus, scorpion fish, sweet lips, triggerfish, moray eels and more. Porters will carry your equipment, and a complimentary lunch will be served between your snorkeling sessions.

    as someone who can't swim , to be given the chance to see "what's out there" was amazing

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What people are saying about Tulamben

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 21 reviews

Snorkeling was great, the drive was really bad

Let me warn you: before you can enjoy snorkeling you will experience a very long drive. First they pick you up at your hotel in an old worn out bus without safety belts in the back and drive you to Bali Diving headquarter. There you have to check in first and sign some papers. Then they re-group and off you go in another bad old bus without safety belts and bad AC. The drive to Amed last 2.5 hours (one way). After snorkeling they drive you back to headquarter first and then to your hotel. So, we've spent 7h in the car and 3h with snorkeling and in the restaurant. Don't get me wrong: the guys from Bali Diving are super nice and what we saw under water was fantastic.

Shipwreck was amazing

It was an incredibly long 2.5 hour drive (each way) from Sanur just to snorkel for 40-50 minutes (2 x 20 minutes approximately) but worth it if you really want to see a shipwreck (it was on my bucket list so we did it). lunch was hot and good and thank goodness for car air conditioning. Beautiful scenery on the drive and the water at tulamben was choppy on the surface but you could see the whole shipwreck, three pieces, without struggling too much with current. Very suitable for new snorkellers or those looking for an interesting sea view with tons of fish.

Wow what an experience! Straight to the point...snorkeling, snorkeling, snorkeling! Spent at least 2.5 hours in the water.

as someone who can't swim , to be given the chance to see "what's out there" was amazing

Awsome day ,very professional and safe guide

Awsome day ,fantastic guide felt very safe , supplied all equipment needed .