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Yes, I bring you (again) under the surface ... To finish with the wreck of Liberty in Bali, I propose below a small series of underwater photos.
Tulamben, Amed, Jemeluk
The first images were made on the wreck of the Liberty or nearby, others on nearby sites, in Tulamben, Amed, Jemeluk.
But you will not have any images of Bunutan. It is a superb dive, very rich, where we meet big beasts (turtles, white tip sharks). Only, there was a furious current the day I was there!
As a result, it's impossible to stop to immortalize the slightest bug. Not even a magnificent leopard moray eel, encountered in shallow water. What a pity! But that's the charm of diving in Amed: they are very varied, mixing coral and artificial reefs, drift dives, muck-dive...
A 360° immersion in the wreck, in the middle of the divers, without getting wet! Click on the picture and walk around with your mouse. The atmosphere is there. You'd think you were there!
Good plan for accommodation and diving in Tulamben
July 2012. Small addition: I have been back to Bali several times since July 2008, and I dived again on the fabulous wreck of the LibertyBut with a guide for me alone and at the right time ... I point out this really good map of a diving resort, which is also an excellent address, especially if you are a sub photographer, and you want to discover the wreck in the best possible conditions:
→ Liberty Dive Resort