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The Liberty Wreck is one of the most interesting dive sites in Bali. It lies on a bottom of black sand, 40 meters away from the shore. With the top of the wreck at only 5 meters deep and the bottom at 22 meters deep, and with little to no current, Liberty has something to offer to all levels of divers, including the novice divers.

Liberty sank in 1942 after it was hit by a Japanese torpedo.

The wreck has meanwhile become a healthy and dynamic artificial reef, with numerous species that populate it such as turtles, batfish, sailfin surgeons, parrotfish, nudibranchs, angelfish, scorpionfish, sweetlips.

The visibility here is excellent.

Dive site info provided by Sarah Jebsen on Apr, 19th 2019

Nearby Dive Centers

Ordered by distance, within a range of 25km

Euro Dive Bali

Email: info@eurodivebali.com Telephone: +62 (0) 852 3882 9631

          Euro Dive Bali is a diving company operating in Amed/Tulamben, located in the North East of Bali. Euro Dive has an exclusive contract with Hidden Paradise Cottages and Coral View Hotel, both located on the beach in Lipah, Amed, next to the dive shop. More info about the hotels in packages.

Bali Villa Dive Resort

Email: info@balivilla-diveresort.com Telephone: +62 (362) 3436259

          The individual and intimate Bali Villa Dive Resort was completed in 2005 and refurbished in 2016, offering all the luxuries that couples, families and small groups desire in a beautiful garden with many palm trees and thriving flowering plants that attract butterflies.

Wawa Wewe Dive

Email: wawawewevillas@yahoo.com Telephone: (62) 0363 23522

          Amed has some of the best diving in Bali, Wawa-wewe can recommend and organise diving at any level for you, with well established PADI dive masters. There are two shipwrecks in the area, the US Liberty at Tulamben and the Japanese wreck in Amed as well as many other dive sites.
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