Gili Tepekong, Plateau Dive Site

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This is a lovely dive site in Bali with some fantastic coral. It can be completed as a drift dive but also has a lovely wall part of the reef. As there is a cave as part of this dive site, only experienced divers should complete this dive and all divers should check the conditions before starting this dive.

The health of the coral means that there is a huge number of reef fish. Divers will find the normal reef fish and marine life such as sweetlips, napoleon wrasse, groupers, moray eels, nudibranchs, and cuttlefish.

Divers can also expect to see some pelagic fish including black tip and white tip reef sharks, stingrays, barracuda, trevally, turtles, and sometimes if in season between July and October, divers can be treated to the amazing Mola Mola or sunfish.

The cave is home to many juvenile shark and can only be visited if the currents arrive. But it is a magnificent journey as you pass through the cave and then come out on the other side at the vertical coral wall. Divers then spend most of the dive on this wall where they can see some amazing coral in fantastic condition. Whilst in the cave, divers can often see resting black tip reef shark resting on the ocean floor. This is a great opportunity to get some fantastic shark pictures if the currents permit.

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