Tulamben is a village by the sea in the north-east of Bali, 2 hours from Sanur with an arid and poor landscape; Its range consists of pebbles and black sand from Mount Agung and the eruption of the volcano in 1963. The dive site offers the opportunity to enjoy hot water and many fish. The wreckage of the U.S.S. LIBERTY (one of the known world) is located 40 meters from the edge of Tulamben beach, and diving is done from the sea, with 6 to 28 meters deep from the sea surface with temperature of 27 at 30 ? C. This shipwreck is accessible to all levels of diving. You can meet lonely barracudas posing for pictures, pygmy seahorses hiding in the colorful sea fans, groupers, batfish, angelfish, humpback parrotfish, carrangues bench, black tip and white tip sharks, nudibranchs .... After the wreck, the drop off of Tulamben is a popular dive site. It starts from 3 meters to 70 meters deep. It is formed by casting of lava and covered with a multitude of corals from giant barrel sponges, some of which are nourishment for humpback parrotfish, giant sea fans and often reaching 3 meters deep. This site forms 3 giant fingers. You can meet with black tip sharks, dog tooth tuna, rayfish, wrasse and the opportunity to meet with parrotfish. The coral is very healthy and has survived very well with the crossing of el nino (stream of hot water), where nudibranchs and reef fish live. It is accessible to all levels and for divers with snorkel masks. The area of coral is located before the main hotels in Tulamben and is quite young, about fifteen years old. It is not very deep but it is one of the richest areas of Tulamben. Here you can meet many fish leaves, ribbon eels, reef fish, oriental gatrins, ludgians, triggerfish, shrimp, comatula, nudibranchs.Extra price for initiation dive on request.