Nestled just 500 meters away at the end of the street, the Melasti dive site proudly serves as Fab Dive Center’s home dive spot, offering an extraordinary underwater experience. Additionally, Melasti is a diver’s haven, especially cherished by photographers and macro diving enthusiasts.

This exceptional site unveils a realm teeming with rare and captivating marine creatures. Encounter the elusive harlequin shrimps, intriguing frogfish, delicate seahorse, a plethora of nudibranchs, and mysterious moray eels—resembling underwater sea snakes. Not only is Melasti a prime destination for unique underwater subjects, but it also provides a distinctive diving encounter due to its no-reef status.

It allow exploration of various marine life forms in its shallow waters.


Furthermore, its absence of a traditional reef structure offers a different perspective, showcasing the beauty of the underwater world without the constraints of a coral ecosystem.

Beyond its biological richness, Melasti presents an advantage for diving enthusiasts.

The unique topography, coupled with shallowness, contributes to remarkably low air consumption, making it an ideal location for divers seeking extended underwater excursions.

In summary, Melasti is not just a dive site but a marine sanctuary waiting to be explored.

Additionally, its proximity to Fab Dive Center, coupled with the diversity of marine life and the unique diving experience it offers, solidifies Melasti’s status as a must-visit destination for divers of all levels.

Immerse yourself in the enchanting waters of Melasti, where every dive promises a new and fascinating encounter with the underwater world.

Ultimately, this hidden gem promises awe-inspiring biodiversity and a captivating journey into the heart of Tulamben’s marine wonders.

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Type de plongée : Muck dive
Profondeur : 3 – 18 mètres
Niveau requis minimum : Open Water- Niveau 1
Visibilité : 15 – 30 meters
Courant : Nul à modéré
Température : 26 – 30 degrés