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Gili Dive Site – Soraya reef

Gili Dive Site – Soraya reef

Gili Dive Site Soraya reef Siraya Reef Dive Site InfoDiving Level : ALL LEVELAverage Depth  : 12mMaximum Depth : 22mVisibility : 15m-30mCurrent : GentileWater Temperature : 27C -29C Overview We found this location on the southeast side of Gili Meno Due to its deepness and the currents. In this place, you will see a lot of big fish in large numbers. Recently, there has been found the juvenile white-tip reef sharks. Hopefully, this means it will become another shark nursery area in the future since the topography area is really great. Several huge ridges that you will follow along in the currents make this a great drift dive site. This is another deep dive site where you usually end up doing the safety stop floating in the blue wild. A cool feature to this dive…

GILI DIVE SITE – HALIK

GILI DIVE SITE – HALIK

GILI DIVE SITEHALIK GILI DIVE SITE – HALIKDiving Level : All LevelAverage Depth  : 10mMaximum Depth : 30mVisibility : 20m-30mCurrent : Gentile -MiddleWater Temperature : 27C -29C OVERVIEWThis site is good for shallow or deep dive; Halik has a stunning coral reef that runs along parallel to the shoreline along the North side of Gili Trawangan. Stunning coral gardens host large schools of rainbow-colored Anthias, Halik is a beautiful dive site, It start from a mini wall where there is so much healthy hard coral and fish crowding around it. At the bottom of the wall, there are a few crevices that if you know which ones to look in you may just want to find juvenile White-tip Reef Sharks. This dive site has the potential to have very strong currents. But don’t let…

GILI DIVE SITE – HANS REEF

GILI DIVE SITE – HANS REEF

GILI DIVE SITEHANS REEF GILI DIVE SITE – HANS REEFDiving Level : All Level Average Depth : 12m Maximum Depth : 22m Visibility : 20m-30m Current : Gentile Water Temperature : 27C – 29C OVERVIEWThis site is popular for Night Dive spot, where the divers can hunt for Bobtail Squid, Dwarf Cuttlefish, Reef Squid, Coconut Octopus, Sponge Crabs, and Sea Slugs among other mysterious nocturnal creatures. Hans Reef is located on the north tip of Gili Air, and consists of various sized bommies and rocky outcrops dispersed over a sandy slope. Hans’s reef is suitable for all diver levels. The variety of marine life ranges from Nudibranchs, Mantis Shrimp and Pipefish, to Frogfish, Scorpionfish and Moray Eels. Hans boasts a wide selection of juvenile fish, including Batfish, Angelfish and Boxfish. You may also see…

GILI DIVE SITE – BOUNTY WRECK

GILI DIVE SITE – BOUNTY WRECK

GILI DIVE SITEBOUNTY WRECK GILI DIVE SITE – BOUNTY WRECKDiving Level : All LevelAverage Depth  : 12mMaximum Depth : 18mVisibility : 10m-25mCurrent : Gentile -MiddleWater Temperature : 27C -29C OVERVIEWMeno Bounty the location of a large sunken floating dock that was once used by the Bounty Resort on Gili Meno. This site has nice character especially at on mid to strong current at the day time; you will drift along with the current looking out for sleeping Green Turtles. Open Water courses are often taking to this site as it provide a nice slope descend and ascent along. This site also an excellent as a Deep Adventure Dive as it slopes gently down to some interesting ridges at 25 m. Whitetip Reef Sharks can often be found under the table corals or resting by…

GILI DIVE SITE – MENO SLOPE

GILI DIVE SITE – MENO SLOPE

GILI DIVE SITEMENO SLOPE GILI DIVE SITE – MENO SLOPEDiving Level : All Level Average Depth : 12m Maximum Depth : 22m Visibility : 20m-30m Current : Gentile Water Temperature : 27C – 29C OVERVIEWThis site has nice character especially at on mid to strong current at the day time; you will drift along with the current looking out for sleeping Green Turtles. Open Water courses are often taking to this site as it provide a nice slope descend and ascent along. This site also an excellent as a Deep Adventure Dive as it slopes gently down to some interesting ridges at 25 m. Whitetip Reef Sharks can often be found under the table corals or resting by the large coral bommies. MARINE LIFEEagle rays, Turtles, Snapper, Triggerfish, Moray eels, Banded sea snakes, White…