Tulamben is a small village on the east coast of Bali and is home to one of the most popular wreck diving sites. This Liberty shipwreck, which was sunk by a Japanese submarine during World War II, is still in good condition and therefore very popular for diving enthusiasts who want to explore it in its natural environment.
Liberty Shipwreck Tulamben is the best place to go scuba diving in Bali. It is a perfect spot for beginners and experienced divers alike.
What is Liberty Shipwreck Tulamben and Where is it Located?
The Liberty Shipwreck Tulamben is a shipwreck off the coast of Bali, Indonesia. The story of the Liberty Shipwreck Tulamben is one of bravery and heroism. The wreck was discovered in the year 2008 by a group of pearl divers who were looking for new sites to explore. They had been diving in Tulamben for many years and had found nothing until they came across the wreck.
Trip to the Diving Spot
The Liberty Shipwreck in Tulamben is a popular tourist destination for people who want to explore the deep blue sea.
- You can reach the shipwreck by taking a boat from Amed or Tulamben port.
- If you are coming from Amed, it takes about 2 hours to reach the shipwreck and if you are coming from Tulamben, it takes about 1 hour to reach the shipwreck.
- The Liberty Shipwreck is located at a depth of 15-20 meters below sea level and there are usually schools of fish around it which makes for some great diving opportunities.
- The ship was sunk by Japanese forces during World War II and is now one of the most popular destinations for divers in Bali because of its large size and depth that make it perfect for diving enthusiasts who want to explore the deep blue sea.
The Liberty Shipwreck Tulamben Scuba Diving Experience is a complete experience package that includes transport from the hotel to the dive site, all scuba gear rental, two dives at different sites (one day), lunch and snacks on board boat.
Enjoy a unique snorkeling trip to Tulamben in Bali. The USAT Liberty sank decades ago and is now the island’s top diving destination.
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