Gili Tepekong, The Canyon Dive Site

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This fantastic dive is a canyon with many different rock formations that goes down to a depth of around 30 meters. It is normally filled with many different species and is a great dive in Bali. It is not an easy dive site and so can only be completed by experienced divers.

The current can be very strong and can pull divers downwards so divers need to be experienced and used to currents to be able to complete this dive.

When divers enter the water, they are often greeted with large numbers of Yellow and Gold Fusiliers swimming in schools. There are also schools of Bumphead Parrotfish.

The dive site is famous for being a site for Mola Mola (Sunfish) which can mainly be spotted from August to October. The site also has a number of other pelagic fish such as black tip and white tip reef sharks, dolphins if you are lucky and commonly manta rays. Other pelagic fish to spot include barracuda, tuna fish, nurse sharks, jack fish, unicorn fish, and schools of surgeonfish. There really is a large variety of fish in abundance and this is definitely a superb dive site.

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