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Bali, Tulamben Wreck Divers

Bali, Tulamben Wreck Divers


Dive Bali with Tulamben Wreck Divers – a modern dive centre & resort, situated in the heart of Tulamben village, a picturesque 2¼ hour drive from Kuta. Our Resort accommodation is second to none, consisting of stylish superior rooms up to penthouse & beachfront villa suites set around a sparkling tropical pool & serviced with western standards and friendly professional service. Our Dive Centre is a stone’s throw away from one of the world’s most celebrated wreck dives, the USAT Liberty and surrounded by many other fantastic dive sites. You’d be Diving Bali with one of the regions best operators. Tulamben is a perfect place to Learn to Dive in Bali or combine your diving with Advanced or Divemaster training. ForDay Trips and Cultural Tours other than diving, TulambenWreck Divers can organise anything from White Water Rafting to Kings Palace & Water Gardens.Bali has so much to offer, a perfect complement your dive holiday. Digital Underwater Photography Course’s Tulamben Wreck Divers will have a Photo Pro available to conduct one-on-one digital underwater photo courses from May through to December 2012. Australian Photo-Journalist Jeff Mullins runs these underwater photo courses and is based right here in Tulamben. These courses are very popular, so please book ahead to avoid disappointment.

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