Tanjung Jepun

  • Dive Type: Lagoon, wreck, ambiance
  • Max Depth: 26m
  • Avg Depth: 14-18m
  • Visibility: 10m to 20m, depending on winds and currents
  • Level required: Open Water / CMAS*
  • Description:  This site, on the southern edge of Amuk bay is a long shallow reef that slopes down at around 7-9m. At the starting point of the dive site, next to the platform used as a base for the submarine, there is a buoy. Descend along the line to 17m, turn southeast keeping the slope on your right along the small wreck and the artificial reef.


  • Advantages: Well protected, great variety of strange animals, excellent for night diving.
  • Activities: Marine biology, Night diving, Orientation, Photography, Fish ID
  • Marine Life: This is probably THE dive site with the highest number of blue-spotted stingrays per square meter you will ever find! Resident frogfishes, ornate ghost pipefish, crocodile fish, leaf-scorpion fish, cuttlefish, turtles, white-tip reef sharks if you are lucky, leafy and scrawled filefish, porcupine fish, random nudibranchs. At night, there is a chance to see the rare coral cat shark, the uncommon helmut gurnard, the sea moth, the slipper lobster and so on…