Tulamben Snorkeling US Liberty

Tulamben Snorkeling US Liberty

Bali Tulamben Snorkeling US Liberty, Join us and discover the cultural splendors and rugged beauty of the East Coast of Bali and snorkel  on an American wreck from World War 2 and colorful coral reef teeming with tropical fish. Traveling along the East Coast road to Tulamben and Amed in the far North East Corner of Bali we encounter some of the most stunning scenery on this beautiful island brilliant rice paddy terraces, rugged coastal views, small fishing villages lined with colorful outrigger canoes, traditional village life and the best views of the holy volcano, Mt. Agung and the central mountains. Arriving at our destination after an early start and a quick visit to the sacred Bat Temple we snorkel on the wreck of the US Liberty, a large vessel torpedoed by the Japanese during WW II. The wreck is in relatively good condition, is located some 40 meters from the shore and is one of the best and safest wreck dives to be found anywhere in the world. The marine life around the wreck is amazing and large schools of fish swarm in its vicinity. Following lunch we visit a large and stunning water palace built in by the Raja of Karangasem in 1906. Having a fancy for fountains, statues and large pools, besides the pools of the water palace, he built two full size swimming pools fed by a clean, fresh water spring, where you can relax swim and sunbathe after exploring the water palace. We also visit the walled and traditional Bali Aga village of Tenganan, where we discover their unique buildings, culture and witness the weaving of traditional dyed gringseng cloth and lontar palm writings. This tour is a full day tour and is truly a tour of discovery and underwater delight. All inclusive of lunch, entrance fees, snorkeling equipment, English speaking guide trained in water safety and survival and pick up and return to your hotel by air conditioned car.

All inclusive for USD 40.00/person.

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