Liberty Wreck in Tulamben
Indonesia, Tulamben

Tulamben is one of the main diving centers in Bali. This is the wreck of the American freighter Liberty. The 120-meter-long vessel was torpedoed southwest of Lombok during World War II. Now it lies at the bottom about 40 m from the coast of Tulamben at a depth of almost 60 m. In 1963, during the eruption of the Gunung-Agung volcano, the ship’s skeleton broke. Thousands of tropical fish have taken refuge in the old building. The ship can be seen through the clear water, but even more interesting is an underwater excursion to a depth of 25 m. A night dive to the wreckage of a ship with a full moon leaves a particularly strong impression. A little further, in the strait separating Bali from the island of Lombok, the popular place among diving enthusiasts is Tulamben-Vol. Large difference in depths. Amazing variety and lots of fish makes diving here even more exciting.

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