Bali Dive Trip

Bali Dive Trip
Bali Dive Trip
Price: $2,149.00
Price: $2,149.00

16-23 SEP 2017

Tulamben offers unique dive sites where you can expect to see endless hard and soft coral ridges teeming with reef fish. Explore nooks and crannies hiding all manner of marine life including squid, cuttlefish, Bumphead parrot fish, Napolean wrasse prose a fantastic assortment of critters. On top of this, watch in the graceful reef sharks and spotted rays gliding by.

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 Return flights Sydney to Denpasar

  • Flying Garuda Indonesia
  • Includes airline taxes and fuel surcharges

SLEEP

  • Tulamben Wreck Divers - 7 nights
  • Deluxe room - twin share Breakfast included
  • Transfers to from Ubud throughout stay

DIVE

  • Tulamben Wreck Divers
  • 13 dive package per diver
  • Mola mola day trip (3 of 13 dives per person)
OPTIONAL UPGRADES

  • Superior room - additional $55 per person twin share
  • Penthouse additional $145 per person, twin Share
  • Unlimited dive package additional $375 per diver

 

DIVING FACTS ABOUT TULAMBEN

Visibility
10 â€" 30 metres

Sea Life

  • Barracuda (See me at Kubu)
  • Black Tip Reef Shark (See me on the USS Liberty Wreck and Kubu!)
  • Bumphead Parrotfish (See me at Kubu)
  • Cuttlefish (See me at Seraya Secret)
  • Firefish (See me at Seraya Secret)
  • Frogfish (See me at Seraya Secret)
  • Garden Eel (See me on the USS Liberty Wreck!)
  • Mimic Octopus (See me at Seraya Secret)
  • Nudibranchs (See me at Seraya Secret)
  • Pipefish (See me at Seraya Secret)
  • Pygmy Seahorses (See me at Seraya Secret)
  • Seahorses (See me at Seraya Secret)
  • Surgeonfish (See me on the USS Liberty Wreck!)
  • Turtles (See me at Kubu)
  • White Tip Reef Shark (See me at Kubu)

TULAMBEN: FOR THE NON-DIVERS AND ADVENTURERS. (BLOG)

Weâ€â„¢ve all read up on the amazing diving surrounding Tulamben, thatâ€â„¢s why youâ€â„¢re going right? So what can you do on your non-diving days/ what is there for non-divers? Here are our top suggestions for activities on the top-side of Tulamben;

  • Trek to Les Waterfall and a nearby hotspring
    Grab a guide (not necessary but worth it) and make the trek to Les Waterfall (also known as Yeh Mempeh). The guide will point out some of the local fruits and plants as you pass by plantations of papaya, banana, cloves, cocoa, jackfruit and coffee. The walk is effortless and there are a few small warungs along the trail selling coffee, coconuts and Bintang (the essentials).

 

  • Admire the hard work of King Anak Agung at the Tirtagangga Water Gardens
    Designed and constructed in 1948 by Anak Agung Anglurah Ketut Karangasem (1887 â€" 1966), who was the last Raja (King) of Karangasem. He was an extraordinary man as, not only was he the architect of the water gardens but al because he helped with every little bit on the construction. The local Balinese people would stand astonished to find the Raja amidst labourers, working knee deep in the mud digging out the pools and ponds. 

 

  • Enjoy a meal at Seara Tegah
    If itâ€â„¢s locally caught, barbequed fish with fantastic views youâ€â„¢re after, this is the spot for you. The view of the sunset behind the volcano is worth up trek up the hill alone, the amazing food is just a bonus!

 

  • Explore the gardens of Kerta Gosa
    Officially known as Taman Gili Kerta Gosa, this building was the former Royal Courts of Justice in Klungkung, in the heart of Klunkgung regency. It features two main structures offering unique and traditional Balinese architecture; a grand hall with ceilings filled with Kamasan or Wayang-style paintings, and the Bale Kambang â€Ëœfloating hallâ€â„¢.

 

  • Watch the sunrise from the top of Mount Agung
    The most profound time to stand on top of the mountain is when the sun is rising. From the peak, you can see as far as Lombok, making it well worth the overnight hike. The locals believe that Mount Agung is the source of Baliâ€â„¢s divine spirituality and pure energy.

 

  • Book yourself in for a massage at Siddhartha Spa
    Located just out of Tulamben in Kubu, choose anything from a facial to a relaxing 5 day retreat that involves aromatherapy, massage, scrubs, masks, floral baths and more at Siddhartha. Afterwards, enjoy a cocktail and watch the sunset from the resorts pool-bar before heading home.

 

  • Meditate at Goa Lawah Bat Cave
    This is one of Baliâ€â„¢s most historical temples. It was established in the 11th century by Mpu Kuturan, one of early priests who laid the foundations of Hinduism on the island. Once a place for deep meditation for priests, you will notice that this seems almost impossible amidst the loud screeching being amplified by the hollow cave, yet it is believed that the constant natural high pitches actually aided in focusing their thoughts.
  • Learn about Balinese tradition and culture in Tenganan Village
    One of several ancient villages in Bali, Tenganan still holds the traditions and rules of ancient Bali. The houses are designed the time-honoured way and the village people, known as â€ËœBali Agaâ€â„¢, still hold the traditional religious rituals and ceremonies, and live the ancient Balinese lifestyle. There are around 400 Bali Aga still living in this small village. Tenganese people who move out or marry outside of the village are not welcomed back.

 

  • Go fishing in a traditional outrigger boat
    Does the idea of eating what you catch interest you? Barracuda, Mahi-Mahi and mackerel are teeming throughout the waters surrounding Tulamben and you can catch it with your own two hands! It is a small price to pay (around IDR 150,000) for a two to three hour fishing trip on a traditional outrigger boat.

 

  • Experience the incredible Taman Ujung Water Palace
    Built in 1919, the Taman Ujung Water palace was created as a place to welcome important guests and Kings from neighbouring countries. The complex consists of various large pools and historic structures set against a backdrop of Mount Agung and the eastern shoreline.
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