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USS Liberty Shipwreck, Tulamben

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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Head underwater to explore a mysterious and evocative dive site at USS Liberty Shipwreck. Torpedoed by Japanese forces during World War II, the ship was towed to the shore at Tulamben where it remained until 1963, when tremors from the eruption of Mount Agung sent the Liberty slipping off the shore. Now the home to a great wealth of marine life, the ship that couldn't catch a break offers an unusual and interesting diving experiences, as you explore the wreck and get up close to its new inhabitants. To visit USS Liberty Shipwreck and other attractions in Tulamben, use our Tulamben vacation planner.
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  • This is one of the most famous dives in Bali, and sometimes the crowds show it. This time we hit it around lunchtime, and the morning crowds had gone. We dived independently, as we usually do in Bali....  read more »
  • Wreck finds near the shore at shallow depth. Inside it you can freely but carefully. Visibility is good, the good ship profile is drawn under water. Fish can be found inside the stone. Around a lot of various fish. You can swim inside jamb. Highly recommend.
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  • Wreck at about 30 meters from shore, easily identifiable and reachable from the coast, also lets snorkelers to admire this giant inhabited by millions of fish and other marine species. Recommended for snorkeling and highly recommended for divers.
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