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North Bali offers some of the island's most famous dive sites, from the protected marine preserve Menjangan Island to the famous Liberty wreck off the coast of Tulamben. Even Lovina itself has a small reef, convenient for snorkeling and night dives.
Menjangan Island features seven premier dive sites showcasing spectacular coral reefs and a rich marine ecosystem. The deep drop-off, intricate rock formations, and numerous caves create a habitat for diverse species such as groupers, jacks, turtles, seahorses, and more. The caves host sponge and soft corals, moray eels, young snappers, and batfish. With mild currents and wind protection, the area is known for sightings of tuna, jack-fish, and angelfish. Menjangan is also renowned for exceptional snorkeling, offering clear, calm waters, abundant marine life, and visibility ranging from 15 to 50 meters.
Also nearby is Tulamben, and the renowned Liberty wreck, among the world's top 15 dive sites. Originally an American supply ship in World War II, the 120m long wreck was hit by a Japanese torpedo. The ship, stranded on Tulamben's rocky beach, was pushed back into the sea by Mount Agung's 1963 eruption. Now resting at 3 to 29 meters, the wreck is adorned with coral, serving as a vibrant habitat for diverse marine life, including bump-head parrotfish, napoleon wrasse, and barracuda.
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