Scuba diving in Temple Point
Located on the northern side of the island of Menjangan in front of a temple, Temple Point is a dive site with a steep slope and sheer drop-off. It has a beautiful coral reef and rocky bottom that is full of various species.
When to go
It is possible to dive at Temple Point year-round, but the months from May to November bring the best diving conditions. The average water temperature is 27-29C/81-84F, and the air is typically 30-32C/86-90F.
What to see
Temple Point serves is a habitat for blacktip sharks, stingrays, moray eels, grouper, scorpionfish, porcupinefish, and octopi. Other inhabitants of this site include flatworms, triggerfish, cardinalfish, nudibranchs, wrasses, and blennies, which live among the colorful corals and sponges of all shapes.
Liveaboards with trips to Temple Point
Reviews about Temple Point
Do you have an insight or story on this dive site? Tell everyone about it.