Gili Biaha

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Gili Biaha

Gili Biaha

Located about 4km off Gili Tepekong, Gili Biaha is the farthest island from Bali. Being so far from everything and everyone, and having such strong currents bathing it, this croissant shaped island doesn't have many visitors... Seven meters deep on the east side, you enter the' Shark Cave': a little overhang where white-tipped reef shark take their daytime nap. It's quite incredible to see them all lined-up! This dive site also has a healthy flora and a huge diversity of invertebrates: nudibranchs, soft and hard corals, funny shrimps and weird crabs! For experienced divers only.

Located about 4km off Gili Tepekong, Gili Biaha is the farthest island from Bali. Being so far from everything and everyone, and having such strong currents bathing it, this croissant shaped island doesn't have many visitors... Seven meters deep on the east side, you enter the' Shark Cave': a little overhang where white-tipped reef shark take their daytime nap. It's quite incredible to see them all lined-up! This dive site also has a healthy flora and a huge diversity of invertebrates: nudibranchs, soft and hard corals, funny shrimps and weird crabs! For experienced divers only.

Located about 4km off Gili Tepekong, Gili Biaha is the farthest island from Bali. Being so far ...

Other information

Type of dive site
  • Drop-off
  • Cave
  • Rocky canyon
Depth
  • Maximum 35
  • Maximum 25
Visibility
10 to 20 meters
Current
Mild to strong
Required scuba diving level / certification
Advanced - CMAS 2
Boat trip duration
15 to 30 minutes
Fauna
  • Moray eels
  • Tuna
  • Turtle
  • Scorpion fish
  • Stonefish
  • Nudibranchs
  • Hard coral
  • Soft coral
  • White-tip reef Shark
Flora
  • Nudibranchs

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