Cold water Bali dive site in Tulamben bay with depths from 6 to 40 meters is Drop off. The dramatic topography of it particularly comes from the reef makes this Bali dive spot even more interesting. This Bali diving location often produces pleasant surprises like scallop shell. The underwater photography, large marine creatures, snorkeling, night diving, and huge sponges are the main reasons divers eager to dive in this exceptional Bali diving spot. The water which percolates, mineral-rich ash is produced by the mount Agung.
The wreck, rocky wall, and a sand slopes provide a wide variety of physical habitats in this Bali dive site. Although the top and back-reef are dominated by hard corals, because of the surgy conditions there, generally tough species are a great hedge of gorgonians and black coral bushes. Moreover, the wall is one of the most convenient places to see big antipatharian bushes. Along the 20 – 130 feet deep this Bali diving spot provides divers the currents which attract lots of fish. Another luckiness which can be experienced in this Bali diving site is hawkfish, spot a tiny, rare pygmy seahorse, dogteeth tuna, and octopus. They are all attractive for the plankton. Above the wall itself divers begin at the south end of Tulamben bay swimming along the black sand slope. After having a short swim, the sheer wall of the drop-off comes into view and sea life blooms. They are all always shocking divers who first dive in Drop off. This Bali diving location is also suitable for an introductory Bali diving.