Gili Selang North Dive Site

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This dive site is found on the northern part of Gili Selang island and although it is harder than the southern part of the island to dive, it will definitely appeal to more advanced divers. This is because it is a new dive that is still being explored. This should only be completed by experienced divers for a number of reasons. First of all the currents can be quite strong making it a drift dive that requires some expertise and secondly it can get down to about 40 meters and so is classified as a deep dive.

As it is an undiscovered dive site, it is up to you to discover marine life on this dive site. But it is becoming better known as a dive spot for seeing moral eels, mackerel, jacks, turtles, and many larger fish.

As the site is being explored, divers have reported that this is a great spot to see many different kinds of much larger sharks. Grey reef sharks and occasionally hammerhead sharks are spotted on this dive.


If you are an experienced diver, this is definitely worth checking out as an exploration dive site. If you are just a beginner, than it is a great idea to get more experience to become an advanced diver to try out this site.

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