Tulamben is a small fishing village in the north-east coast of Bali island, and is one of the famous underwater attraction on the island. Tulamben located in Tulamben village, Kubu subdistrict, Karangasem regency. Tulamben was very famous for its dive sites, in addition to the beautiful scenery of underwater such as coral and fish, in this area there is also a sunken wreck of the Liberty ( wreck point). In the east of Lombok strait Tulamben is used as a dive and there is a mount Agung in the western part of the area. In general, tourists visiting in Tulamben are tourists who will do the diving and the rest are tourists who will do trekking to Mount Agung. This area also has several resorts and hotels with varying prices, from the inexpensive to the exclusive.
The name of the city was derived from the word Batulambih, which roughly translates as “lots of rocks”, a reference to the destructive eruptions by Mount Agung. Tulamben beach offers a different view of the beach that you always find, because this beach is covered with soft stone which is quite large. Over time, the name of this attraction turns into Batu lamben and eventually became Tulamben.
To perform diving activities (diving) or physical stamina needed a good and recommended between 07:30 to 10:00 hours. This will affect visibility ( visibility ) to dive in Tulamben ranging from 25 to 30 meters. When the clock passes the distance vision only a maximum of 10 meters.
How to get there
Tulamben Attraction located about 100km away from Ngurah Rai Airport, or about 3 hours away by car towards the eastern part of Bali island. And is about 200 km to the northeast of Denpasar or within approximately 60 miles of Amlapura city.