If at the corner of Tulamben has Alamanda, the south has Batu kelebit to be proud of. Kelebit is the fishermen’s name for this Bali diving location. This Bali dive site has two large underwater boulders lying just offshore from a point marked by by a jagged crest of lava. It consists of a beautiful site of steep, coral-covered ridges separated by valleys of bright white sandy sand. Its fish and invertebrate life are as rich as Tulamben bay and perhaps even richer.
This Bali dive spot has depth at about 9 to 55 meter or 30 to 180 feet. Batu Kelebit Bali diving requires deep diving to explore its large marine creatures. With the visibility around 5 to 25 meters, this Bali dive location is having its own characteristic. Slinking sharks, mantas, beautiful mola mola and other large marine life can be mostly seen at deeper levels. Due to its overall conditions, this Bali diving site is suitable for advanced divers. Taking 2 hours road by mini bus won’t be useless to get this Bali diving location. Divers will be welcomed by the cold currents which can be quite strong there. These cold currents occur at the surface and down the slope, but tend to fade away following the depths. From only 3 – 5m deep, the reefs at this Bali site dive fan out into the sand rising from the bottom. The striking difference between the virgin sand bottoms and the array of hard corals makes this Bali dive site even more unique.