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The best spot

Here are some of the most popular dive sites around Gili Islands

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Shark Point

Shark point is an extraordinary site for viewing larger marine life on the north side of Gili Trawangan. With a depth of 10 m and its deepest part stretching down to 35 m, reef sharks can be found dwelling in the canyons, cuttlefish, stingrays, together with a ton of turtles in the shallows, and every full moon it is a favorite spot of a school of bump head parrotfish.

two divers exploring the sea bed
a woman posing in front of a ship wreck
three divers of laguna gili exploring a ship wreck
a corroding metal serving as a home of some fish
large sea fan beautifully growing in a coral
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a top view photo of a coral reef
divers slowly traversing the sea
clownfish in its colorful habitat
a woman removing her breathing apparatus to pose for the camera
a close up photo of a clown-fish in its habitat
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Halik

Famous for featuring a variety of coral reefs running parallel to the shoreline, this spot is great for multi-level dive with the steep runs from 5 meters to 24 meters. A mild to medium current is usually present here making it a perfect leisurely drift dive. The deep ridges at Halik are equally as beautiful, featuring pink and orange sea fans, white tip reef sharks, schooling snappers, and blue-spotted ribbon tailed rays. You will always be able to find sea turtles wandering around the shallow area.

Meno Slope

Meno Slope is a sandy incline on the West side of Gili Meno, the shallow part of the slope is peppered with small and large coral bommies and is perfect for new or amateur divers. This dive site is famous for its underwater 48 life-size sculptures resting at 5 meters undersea. Often described as hauntingly beautiful, the Gili Meno statue has become a snorkeling and diving hot spots.

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a top view of the famous statue of people in a circle
a close up view of a turtle resting above a coral reef
a diver posing behind a gigantic turtle
a diver passing a colorful coral reef
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a girl diver reaching for a big blue fish
a man passing through a bunch of corals
a girl diver exploring a coral reef full of fish
a man behind a red sea fan
a man exploring a white sea fan like coral
a diver behind a red sea fan and corals
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Bounty Wreck

Positioned on the west coast of Gili Meno, the dock where the bounty ferry sank in 1999 is transformed into an artificial reef. The ruins have a structure of a big box with an old stairway and an anchor still attached.

The dock is enveloped with corals that harbors diverse species of marine life such as pipefish, sweetlips, and schooling fusiliers.

Turtle Haven

Home of extraordinary green turtles -Turtle Haven is located north of Gili Meno island. One of the favorite dive sites of tourists due to the diversity and abundance of marine life. Well-suited for divers of all levels, the summit is often covered in shoals of fish like Sergeant Majors and Fusiliers. It is also a host of a resident giant moray eel, octopus, scorpionfish, lionfish, and a whole lot of macros. whole lot of macros. 

a diver silently observing a large green turtle
green turtle, diver, a corroding small house
a diver observing a large turtle
a sleeping green turtle
a diver doing a thumbs up beside a school of fish, turtle
a diver silently observing a large green turtle green turtle, diver, a corroding small house a diver observing a large turtle a sleeping green turtle a diver doing a thumbs up beside a school of fish, turtle
a diver holding a light while observing a coral
a diver holding out his hand
a diver holding a light while observing a coral 2
two divers holding a light observing a corroding cage at the bottom of the ocean
a brown coral
a diver holding a light while observing a coral a diver holding out his hand a diver holding a light while observing a coral 2 two divers holding a light observing a corroding cage at the bottom of the ocean a brown coral

Shallow Turbo

Shallow turbo – the shallow end of Deep Turbo has a white sandy floor with an average depth of 16-meters teeming with large coral reefs. Here you can easily observe diverse underwater invertebrates while taking the time to relax. You can quickly find a pufferfish, batfish, and turtles along with a variety of interesting marine Gastropod mollusks.

Meno Wall

The shallow portion of Meno Wall is located northwest of Gili Meno. It starts at a 5-meter depth and drops down past a perpendicular wall to a powdery floor at 30-meters.
Night time is the best time to dive as you have a good chance to spot various kinds of crustaceans, crabs, lobsters, reef shrimps, and sleeping turtles

a diver following a turtle
a diver above a coral
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a diver doing a thumbs up on both hands
three divers underwater
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a close up photo of a fish with green freckles
a close up photo of a fish with golden lines
a fish calmly swimming at the bottom of the ocean
small white fish with a green circle on its face
a green fish that camouflages with the corals 3
a green fish that camouflages with the corals 2
a green fish that camouflages with the corals
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Han's Reef

Han’s reef is a moderate sandy incline parallel to the shoreline, featuring a big middle coral and several smaller outcroppings – this site is just off the east of Gili Air. It presents a great opportunity for macro photographers or those who wish to observe some of the smaller, stranger creatures found undersea.

Gili Air Jetty

Known for its thrilling topography – Gili Air Jetty is located on the east coast of the island of Gili Trawangan. To achieve a complete experience of this amazing site, you will have to descend to its bottom with a total depth of 30-meters, where you will find a variety of corals, huge sea fans, and garden eels that cover the sandy bottom.

a pink sea slug with pink dots
a spider like sea critter
a sea critter that camouflages with the sand
a dotted sea slug with blue and black outline
orange sea slug
a pink sea slug with pink dots a spider like sea critter a sea critter that camouflages with the sand a dotted sea slug with blue and black outline orange sea slug

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