Scuba diving in Batu Kelebit
Batu Kelebit is a dive site at Tulamben that has a group of rocks and steeply dropping reef ridges. It features a traditional reef with white sand and lots of corals in a variety of colors. It is important to pay attention to misleading down currents.
When to go
Diving is popular at Batu Kelebit throughout the year, but there are better sea conditions from March to October. There is more rain and wind from November to January. The water temperature averages 26-27C/79-81F, while the air is usually about 28C/82F.
What to see
The abundance of species at Batu Kelebit includes damselfish, jawfish, dartfish, trevallies, and cuttlefish. The largest inhabitants are manta rays, barracudas, whitetip sharks, tuna, sea turtles, and even ocean sunfish.
Liveaboards with trips to Batu Kelebit
Dive center`s Special Offers
Denpasar Pigmy Bali Diving
Multi Dive Day Trip AMulti dive daytrips is designed for diver who interesting to do more dives while staying i Bali, but has hotel pre booked in south area ( usa dua, Kuta or Sanur Area) or not willing to book a dive package including accommodations. It is a combination dive daytrip with 2 dives each day and of course it will be much cheaper compared to separate dive daytrips price. Daytrips departing from South Bali. Day 1 - Tulamben dive trip (2 dives), day 2 - Blue Lagoon/Padang Bai (2 dives), day 3 - Penida (2 dives)
Denpasar Bali Scuba Masters
3 Dives + 1 Night Dive in Tulamben AreaBoat trip to Nusa Dua. 2 divers minimum. This product is for certified divers only
Amed Bali Fab Dive Center
5 Days Diving Package5 days package fun dives in Amed and Tulamben from the shore. This product is for certified divers only
Denpasar Bali Diving
Trip to Tulamben (Incl. Equipment Rental)Trip to Tulamben (± 2,5 hours car drive). This product is for certified divers only. A Minimum of two divers are required to run this dive trip, please for more information contact us via "Live Chat" or drop us a line. Tulamben is a little village in the northeast coast of Bali, the beach is black sand covered by smooth, fist-size rocks. The remains of Gunung Agung exploding in 1963 has sent the lava flows along this coastal area. There is a bay here that invites divers to visit this village to explore under water scene. The bay was later known as Tulamben Bay amongst the divers