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Pulau Nila

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Abundant sea life

Pulau Nila diving reveals an abundance of marine life, including vibrant angelfish, butterflyfish, schools of snappers, and groupers. The coral reefs surrounding the island are a sight to behold, adorned with exquisite hard and soft corals. With its moderate currents and captivating biodiversity, it is a must-visit dive site for liveaboard divers seeking an immersive and unforgettable diving experience in this tropical paradise

When To Go Diving

The best time to dive on Pulau Nila, a stunning island in Indonesia, is during the dry season from April to November. Divers can encounter an array of fish species, including colorful reef fish like angelfish and butterflyfish, as well as schools of snappers and groupers. While the currents at Pulau Nila can vary, they are generally moderate, making it suitable for divers of different experience levels. The underwater temperature ranges from 27 to 30 degrees °C (80 to 86 degrees °F), providing a warm and comfortable environment for divers to explore the captivating marine life surrounding Pulau Nila

What to see

Pulau Nila, a pristine island in Indonesia, unveils a vibrant underwater world brimming with diverse marine species. Divers exploring its depths can witness an array of captivating fish species, including colorful angelfish, butterflyfish, and schools of snappers and groupers. The coral reefs surrounding Pulau Nila are a visual feast, adorned with exquisite hard and soft corals. Pulau Nila offers a captivating dive experience, showcasing the awe-inspiring beauty and rich biodiversity of its marine ecosystem, making it a sought-after destination for underwater enthusiasts

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