Scuba diving in Tulamben Drop-off
Tulamben Wall is a multilevel dive site with a great underwater landscape and variety of sea life. It starts with a sheer sand slope that turns into a vertical drop-off.
When to go
It is possible to dive at Tulamben Wall throughout the year, but the most favorable conditions are present from March to October. November to January has more rain and wind. The average water temperature is 27-29C/81-84F, while the air is typically 28C/82F.
What to see
The top of the wall has plenty of corals, sponges, and gorgonians. Tulamben Wall is a hiding spot for hawkfish, tuna, lionfish, pufferfish, frogfish, octopi, and different crab species. There is even a chance to see ocean sunfish, whale sharks, and large eagle rays.