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USS Liberty Shipwreck, Tulamben

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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. Use our Tulamben travel route planner to arrange your visit to USS Liberty Shipwreck and other attractions in Tulamben.
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  • One of the best site to dive undersea and enjoy the sight of active marine life. The dive goes around a Ship Wreck which was then the US Army Cargo shop torpedoed by Japanese Submarine. One of the... 
    One of the best site to dive undersea and enjoy the sight of active marine life. The dive goes around a Ship Wreck which was then the US Army Cargo shop torpedoed by Japanese Submarine. One of the...  more »
  • This is a must dive while in Bali. Very rare opportunity to see schools of fish, sharks, barracudas, 4kg Groupers, giant parrot fish, so many varieties of live coral. Great experience, not to be... 
    This is a must dive while in Bali. Very rare opportunity to see schools of fish, sharks, barracudas, 4kg Groupers, giant parrot fish, so many varieties of live coral. Great experience, not to be...  more »
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  • A must see if you're in Bali and into diving. It's considered the 3rd best wreck dive in the world for a reason. Huge variety of fish & coral. And the wreck itself is amazing. It's so BIG ( that's what SHE said). As an added bonus you get to it right from the shoreline so no need to take a boat out.
  • I heard that some fish are gone. The pandemic destroys many things. There must be a way to call them back and keep them alive peacefully. Coral planting looks seriously managed.

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