Tulamben Snorkeling Tour

Tulamben Snorkeling Tour is offers unique underwater scenery visible from the surface The USS Liberty

Tulamben Snorkeling Tour is offers unique underwater scenery visible from the surface The USS Liberty  The ship has been sunken for more than 40 years making it a number one scuba diving destination in Bali. Luckily snorkelers can also see it from the surface.

Snorkeling at Tulamben Bali – USS Liberty Shipwreck

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After swimming for about 20 meter off shore snorkelers will start seeing part of the ship now a dwelling place for marine life. A snorkeling-guide will assist you during snorkeling in Tulamben Bali, not only to make sure that you know where the wreck is, but also to accompany you in case you are a single snorkeler.

Tulamben Snorkeling Tour Price :

Cost : USD 55 / person

For booking send your inquiry to: balisunrisetrekking@gmail.com or call us on +62 859 3534 3436 to get quick confirmation.

Snorkeling In Tulamben Bali Included :

  • All snorkeling equipments : mask, snorkel, wetsuit, fins, life jacket
  • Short safety briefing
  • Snorkeling Guide
  • Lunch Indonesian Food

What to brings on Bali Snorkeling Tours at Tulamben Shipwreck?

  • Hat
  • Sun glasses
  • Sun screen
  • Sandal
  • Change Clothe
  • Towel
  • Camera
  • Money for drinks

About Tulamben and USS Liberty Shipwreck

Bali Snorkeling Tour | Bali Snorkelin Tour At TiulambenTulamben Bali is a 20 minutes drive from Amed and offers Bali’s most famous dive site the Tulamben Ship Wreck. Right in front of the beach rests the 120m long shipwreck of a US Liberty with the deck facing the seaside. Anchored off the coast of Lombok, the ship was hit by a Javanese torpedo during World War II. As far as we know, nobody got hurt, but the ship was damaged badly. The American Navy’s plan to tow the ship to Singaraja harbor (northern Bali) failed as the harbor was completely occupied, so the ship was intentionally stranded on the rocky beach of Tulamben, where it was unloaded.

In 1963 Mt. Agung (Bali’s highest volcano) erupted and the magma flow pressed the ship back into the sea where it presently rests at a depth of 3 to 29 meters. Since then, coral has covered the wreckage completely and turned it into a home for many species of fish and the most famous dive site in Bali. From time to time, a Napoleon fish or a huge barracuda drops by. You may dive or snorkel this wreck comfortably, accessing it directly from the beach. A night dive is a highly recommendable option as well. This most famous dive site is a must for every diver and is therefore highly frequented.

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