Shark Point, Gili Trawangan

An excellent site for viewing larger marine life on the north side of Gili Trawangan. A flat sandy bottom turns into a series of progressively deeper canyons that run parallel to the shore. The Glen Nusa shipwreck is located at the northern part of the site in 28m of water.

Reef sharks are found basking in the canyons, cuttlefish, stingrays, and tons of turtles are found in the shallows.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
  • Advanced
Visibility

Visibility

  • 20 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current
  • Strong Current
  • Ripping Current

Temperature & Visibility

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Wildlife Diversity

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Dive sites nearby

Halik, Gili Trawangan

A steep slope on the north side of Gili Trawangan, from 5m down to 24m with a series of gullies at the bottom. A series of gradually deeper ridges running parallel to the beach is located between 25m and 40m.

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This site is a shallow plateau with a slope located to the northeast of Gili Trawangan. The dive site offers a wide array of marine life and coral and is famous for its big schools of fusiliers, red tooth triggerfish, and long jaw mackerel.

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On the eastern side of Gili Trawangan is Good Heart. From north to south, this site starts off as a gentle slope which gradually gets steeper until it ends as a wall.

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A gentle slope just off the east end of Gili Trawangan that gets its name from the huge rays that can be seen here. A good muck dive, this is a house reef and was the recent location of a Bio Rock project. A total of 8 artificial reefs were installed that have attracted a variety of marine life.

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A great deep dive just off the east side of Gili Trawangan with spectacular topography. At 30 m this site has a sandy bottom between large sea mounds. These sea mounds range in size and have an interesting variety of overhangs and outcrops, the largest of which go up to about 18 m deep.

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Located on the western shore of Gili Meno, Meno Slope offers a wide array of macro marine life and coral bombies. The sandy slope is a multi-level dive site with depths ranging from 5m to 30m.

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A gently sloping reef on the south side of Gili Trawangan with a good variety of hard and soft corals, interspersed with bommies and large table corals that shelter the fish.

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Just off the west side of Gili Meno, and home to a plethora of crustaceans, Meno Wall is a great spot for night diving. The wall runs from 5m down to 16m and a second wall runs a little deeper.

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Magic Reef can be found where the current comes in on the northern side of Gili Meno. This is a great dive site for those looking to drift along the reef. The site is best suited for beginner level divers.

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A 30m long sunken platform on the southwest side of Meno, this site is covered in hard and soft corals. The reef is a haven for many types of fish such as scorpion fish, stone fish, and juvenile batfish. Large schools of drummer fish are often seen here.

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