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 Meno Slope

Indonesia, Lombok, Northern Islands

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 8° 20.746' S
Longitude: 116° 3.015' E

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English (Translate this text in English): The best way is by boat from Gili Trawagnan harbour. Sail to the north-east until you're almost at Gili Meno. Look below you until you see the start of the slope. Here you can start your dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The best way is by boat from Gili Trawagnan harbour. Sail to the north-east until you're almost at Gili Meno. Look below you until you see the start of the slope. Here you can start your dive.

The best way is by boat from Gili Trawagnan harbour. Sail to the north-east until you're almost at Gili Meno. Look below you until you see the start of the slope. Here you can start your dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The best way is by boat from Gili Trawagnan harbour. Sail to the north-east until you're almost at Gili Meno. Look below you until you see the start of the slope. Here you can start your dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The best way is by boat from Gili Trawagnan harbour. Sail to the north-east until you're almost at Gili Meno. Look below you until you see the start of the slope. Here you can start your dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The best way is by boat from Gili Trawagnan harbour. Sail to the north-east until you're almost at Gili Meno. Look below you until you see the start of the slope. Here you can start your dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The best way is by boat from Gili Trawagnan harbour. Sail to the north-east until you're almost at Gili Meno. Look below you until you see the start of the slope. Here you can start your dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The best way is by boat from Gili Trawagnan harbour. Sail to the north-east until you're almost at Gili Meno. Look below you until you see the start of the slope. Here you can start your dive.

English (Translate this text in English): The best way is by boat from Gili Trawagnan harbour. Sail to the north-east until you're almost at Gili Meno. Look below you until you see the start of the slope. Here you can start your dive.

How? By boat

Distance Short boat time (< 10min)

Easy to find? Hard to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Average depth 16 m / 52.5 ft

Max depth 22 m / 72.2 ft

Current Medium ( 1-2 knots)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

Quality

Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Interesting

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Week-end crowd 

Dive type

- Wall
- Reef

Dive site activities

- Marine biology
- Night dive
- Dive training
- Photography

Dangers

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): A drift dive along Meno slope is usually quite a joy ride. You will drop into the channel between Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno and descend to the bottom of the sloping reef at 22m. The average depth for the rest of the dive will be 16m, so this site is perfect for all certification levels. Towards the end of this dive site you will find yourself exploring the Bounty pontoon wreck. The sunken pontoon is a large intact structure at 12 meters full of interesting marine life and schools of reef fish. On and around the pontoon you will find a variety of scorpion fish and lion fish, along with various Nudibranchs and the odd turtle. Along the sloped reef you find an array of hard and soft corals with healthy amount of fish life to keep you entertained. It is common to spot Eagle rays, Turtles, Snapper, Triggerfish, Moray eels, Banded sea snakes, White tip reef sharks and Giant Trevallies.

English (Translate this text in English): A drift dive along Meno slope is usually quite a joy ride. You will drop into the channel between Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno and descend to the bottom of the sloping reef at 22m. The average depth for the rest of the dive will be 16m, so this site is perfect for all certification levels. Towards the end of this dive site you will find yourself exploring the Bounty pontoon wreck. The sunken pontoon is a large intact structure at 12 meters full of interesting marine life and schools of reef fish. On and around the pontoon you will find a variety of scorpion fish and lion fish, along with various Nudibranchs and the odd turtle. Along the sloped reef you find an array of hard and soft corals with healthy amount of fish life to keep you entertained. It is common to spot Eagle rays, Turtles, Snapper, Triggerfish, Moray eels, Banded sea snakes, White tip reef sharks and Giant Trevallies.

A drift dive along Meno slope is usually quite a joy ride. You will drop into the channel between Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno and descend to the bottom of the sloping reef at 22m. The average depth for the rest of the dive will be 16m, so this site is perfect for all certification levels. Towards the end of this dive site you will find yourself exploring the Bounty pontoon wreck. The sunken pontoon is a large intact structure at 12 meters full of interesting marine life and schools of reef fish. On and around the pontoon you will find a variety of scorpion fish and lion fish, along with various Nudibranchs and the odd turtle. Along the sloped reef you find an array of hard and soft corals with healthy amount of fish life to keep you entertained. It is common to spot Eagle rays, Turtles, Snapper, Triggerfish, Moray eels, Banded sea snakes, White tip reef sharks and Giant Trevallies.

English (Translate this text in English): A drift dive along Meno slope is usually quite a joy ride. You will drop into the channel between Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno and descend to the bottom of the sloping reef at 22m. The average depth for the rest of the dive will be 16m, so this site is perfect for all certification levels. Towards the end of this dive site you will find yourself exploring the Bounty pontoon wreck. The sunken pontoon is a large intact structure at 12 meters full of interesting marine life and schools of reef fish. On and around the pontoon you will find a variety of scorpion fish and lion fish, along with various Nudibranchs and the odd turtle. Along the sloped reef you find an array of hard and soft corals with healthy amount of fish life to keep you entertained. It is common to spot Eagle rays, Turtles, Snapper, Triggerfish, Moray eels, Banded sea snakes, White tip reef sharks and Giant Trevallies.

English (Translate this text in English): A drift dive along Meno slope is usually quite a joy ride. You will drop into the channel between Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno and descend to the bottom of the sloping reef at 22m. The average depth for the rest of the dive will be 16m, so this site is perfect for all certification levels. Towards the end of this dive site you will find yourself exploring the Bounty pontoon wreck. The sunken pontoon is a large intact structure at 12 meters full of interesting marine life and schools of reef fish. On and around the pontoon you will find a variety of scorpion fish and lion fish, along with various Nudibranchs and the odd turtle. Along the sloped reef you find an array of hard and soft corals with healthy amount of fish life to keep you entertained. It is common to spot Eagle rays, Turtles, Snapper, Triggerfish, Moray eels, Banded sea snakes, White tip reef sharks and Giant Trevallies.

English (Translate this text in English): A drift dive along Meno slope is usually quite a joy ride. You will drop into the channel between Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno and descend to the bottom of the sloping reef at 22m. The average depth for the rest of the dive will be 16m, so this site is perfect for all certification levels. Towards the end of this dive site you will find yourself exploring the Bounty pontoon wreck. The sunken pontoon is a large intact structure at 12 meters full of interesting marine life and schools of reef fish. On and around the pontoon you will find a variety of scorpion fish and lion fish, along with various Nudibranchs and the odd turtle. Along the sloped reef you find an array of hard and soft corals with healthy amount of fish life to keep you entertained. It is common to spot Eagle rays, Turtles, Snapper, Triggerfish, Moray eels, Banded sea snakes, White tip reef sharks and Giant Trevallies.

English (Translate this text in English): A drift dive along Meno slope is usually quite a joy ride. You will drop into the channel between Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno and descend to the bottom of the sloping reef at 22m. The average depth for the rest of the dive will be 16m, so this site is perfect for all certification levels. Towards the end of this dive site you will find yourself exploring the Bounty pontoon wreck. The sunken pontoon is a large intact structure at 12 meters full of interesting marine life and schools of reef fish. On and around the pontoon you will find a variety of scorpion fish and lion fish, along with various Nudibranchs and the odd turtle. Along the sloped reef you find an array of hard and soft corals with healthy amount of fish life to keep you entertained. It is common to spot Eagle rays, Turtles, Snapper, Triggerfish, Moray eels, Banded sea snakes, White tip reef sharks and Giant Trevallies.

English (Translate this text in English): A drift dive along Meno slope is usually quite a joy ride. You will drop into the channel between Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno and descend to the bottom of the sloping reef at 22m. The average depth for the rest of the dive will be 16m, so this site is perfect for all certification levels. Towards the end of this dive site you will find yourself exploring the Bounty pontoon wreck. The sunken pontoon is a large intact structure at 12 meters full of interesting marine life and schools of reef fish. On and around the pontoon you will find a variety of scorpion fish and lion fish, along with various Nudibranchs and the odd turtle. Along the sloped reef you find an array of hard and soft corals with healthy amount of fish life to keep you entertained. It is common to spot Eagle rays, Turtles, Snapper, Triggerfish, Moray eels, Banded sea snakes, White tip reef sharks and Giant Trevallies.

English (Translate this text in English): A drift dive along Meno slope is usually quite a joy ride. You will drop into the channel between Gili Trawangan and Gili Meno and descend to the bottom of the sloping reef at 22m. The average depth for the rest of the dive will be 16m, so this site is perfect for all certification levels. Towards the end of this dive site you will find yourself exploring the Bounty pontoon wreck. The sunken pontoon is a large intact structure at 12 meters full of interesting marine life and schools of reef fish. On and around the pontoon you will find a variety of scorpion fish and lion fish, along with various Nudibranchs and the odd turtle. Along the sloped reef you find an array of hard and soft corals with healthy amount of fish life to keep you entertained. It is common to spot Eagle rays, Turtles, Snapper, Triggerfish, Moray eels, Banded sea snakes, White tip reef sharks and Giant Trevallies.

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Meno Slope
Per memelian
ago 14, 2013
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Meno Slope
Per lamooris@hotmail.com
jul 13, 2010
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Meno Slope
Per Tanduay
nov 13, 2000
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Viatge: bali
Per lamooris@hotmail.com
Des de jul 11, 2010 fins a jul 15, 2010

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Viatge: Indonesia
Per Tanduay
Des de nov 9, 2000 fins a nov 15, 2000

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