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 Batu Lompa

Indonesia, Maluku Islands, Ambon

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Approximate

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Latitude: 3° 35.675' S
Longitude: 128° 21.33' E

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English (Translate this text in English): Batu Lompa is an island located in the strait between Ambon island and Haruku island, near Tulehu harbor. Dive site start from the southeast of the island swim to 25 meters depth. Along the swim you can find boulders of Galaxea coral. The water visibility is good and fish and marinelife are divers here. At 25 meter depth is a sandy bottom and the spring release the bubbles. The divers need to be careful to the hot of spring and need good dive guide during the dive.

English (Translate this text in English): Batu Lompa is an island located in the strait between Ambon island and Haruku island, near Tulehu harbor. Dive site start from the southeast of the island swim to 25 meters depth. Along the swim you can find boulders of Galaxea coral. The water visibility is good and fish and marinelife are divers here. At 25 meter depth is a sandy bottom and the spring release the bubbles. The divers need to be careful to the hot of spring and need good dive guide during the dive.

Batu Lompa is an island located in the strait between Ambon island and Haruku island, near Tulehu harbor. Dive site start from the southeast of the island swim to 25 meters depth. Along the swim you can find boulders of Galaxea coral. The water visibility is good and fish and marinelife are divers here. At 25 meter depth is a sandy bottom and the spring release the bubbles. The divers need to be careful to the hot of spring and need good dive guide during the dive.

English (Translate this text in English): Batu Lompa is an island located in the strait between Ambon island and Haruku island, near Tulehu harbor. Dive site start from the southeast of the island swim to 25 meters depth. Along the swim you can find boulders of Galaxea coral. The water visibility is good and fish and marinelife are divers here. At 25 meter depth is a sandy bottom and the spring release the bubbles. The divers need to be careful to the hot of spring and need good dive guide during the dive.

English (Translate this text in English): Batu Lompa is an island located in the strait between Ambon island and Haruku island, near Tulehu harbor. Dive site start from the southeast of the island swim to 25 meters depth. Along the swim you can find boulders of Galaxea coral. The water visibility is good and fish and marinelife are divers here. At 25 meter depth is a sandy bottom and the spring release the bubbles. The divers need to be careful to the hot of spring and need good dive guide during the dive.

English (Translate this text in English): Batu Lompa is an island located in the strait between Ambon island and Haruku island, near Tulehu harbor. Dive site start from the southeast of the island swim to 25 meters depth. Along the swim you can find boulders of Galaxea coral. The water visibility is good and fish and marinelife are divers here. At 25 meter depth is a sandy bottom and the spring release the bubbles. The divers need to be careful to the hot of spring and need good dive guide during the dive.

English (Translate this text in English): Batu Lompa is an island located in the strait between Ambon island and Haruku island, near Tulehu harbor. Dive site start from the southeast of the island swim to 25 meters depth. Along the swim you can find boulders of Galaxea coral. The water visibility is good and fish and marinelife are divers here. At 25 meter depth is a sandy bottom and the spring release the bubbles. The divers need to be careful to the hot of spring and need good dive guide during the dive.

English (Translate this text in English): Batu Lompa is an island located in the strait between Ambon island and Haruku island, near Tulehu harbor. Dive site start from the southeast of the island swim to 25 meters depth. Along the swim you can find boulders of Galaxea coral. The water visibility is good and fish and marinelife are divers here. At 25 meter depth is a sandy bottom and the spring release the bubbles. The divers need to be careful to the hot of spring and need good dive guide during the dive.

English (Translate this text in English): Batu Lompa is an island located in the strait between Ambon island and Haruku island, near Tulehu harbor. Dive site start from the southeast of the island swim to 25 meters depth. Along the swim you can find boulders of Galaxea coral. The water visibility is good and fish and marinelife are divers here. At 25 meter depth is a sandy bottom and the spring release the bubbles. The divers need to be careful to the hot of spring and need good dive guide during the dive.

How? By boat

Distance Instant access

Easy to find? Easy to find

 Dive site Characteristics

Alternative name Deep Water Hot Spring

Average depth 18 m / 59.1 ft

Max depth 28 m / 91.9 ft

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Visibility Good ( 10 - 30 m)

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Dive site quality Good

Experience CMAS * / OW

Bio interest Outstanding

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