The number one reason to visit Tulamben is for the diving and snorkelling and the main site is the wreck of USAT Liberty, which was torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in 1942. The mineral rich runoff from Gunung Agung may also add to the fertility of the waters here, and besides the wreck, there are a number of excellent shore dives. In recent years bleaching has occurred, but we were told ... Read more about Diving and snorkelling in Tulamben .
If you’re heading between Tulamben and Lovina or Gunung Batur, a detour to Les Waterfall and the nearby holy spring breaks up the long journey along the hot, dry north coast. Les Waterfall is sometimes referred to as Yeh Mempeh, however the locals said that simply translates as waterfall in the local ... Read more about Les Waterfall .
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