Gili Selang South Dive Site

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This dive site is also sometimes called Waterloo, and is a much easier dive than the site on the north of the island. The main Selang Island is only separated from the main land by a small channel, which is quite narrow and it is a great dive site in Bali. The current is normally very calm and so underwater photographers will be able to get some great shots here.

This is a fantastic reef dive with a good depth of around 25 meters and a good visibility of around 25 meters. There is a sloping coral wall that is home to a huge variety of both sort and hard corals. The usual reef fishes can be found with many different species here.

The first section is covered with nudibranchs, gobies, seahorses, small crabs, and many other smaller fish. As the slope goes down, reef fish emerge amongst the barrel sponges, coral bushes, and other corals. There are a number of Gorgonian sea fans, which host pygmy seahorses, and divers can expect to see moray eels, cuttle fish, bumphead parrotfish, Napoleon wrasse, batfish, and trevally.

Sometimes white tip reef sharks, black tip reef sharks and an occasional hammerhead shark can be seen. Turtles and eagle rays are also common here.

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