Tauch Ter­mi­nal Re­sort Tu­lam­ben & Spa

Action Asia - - INDONESIA -

Sit­u­ated beach­front on Bali's north­east coast, Tauch Ter­mi­nal Tu­lam­ben Re­sort & Spa of­fers an es­cape from the crowds of mass tourism in south Bali. Voted “best dive re­sort” in Bali from 2005-2015 by Best Bets Bali, the re­sort's hi-tech, well-main­tained dive cen­tre and dive shop are ready to ac­com­mo­date all divers' needs at one of Bali's best dive des­ti­na­tions. Sites in­clude Tu­lam­ben's very own house reefs, the his­toric USAT Lib­erty, Amed and Bi­aha shark caves, Nusa Penida's mola mola en­counter, and Men­jan­gan Is­land, part of the West Bali Na­tional Ma­rine Park. Oc­ca­sion­ally, the dive team will of­fer ad­ven­ture trips to a site they have re­cently found. As the only SSI Di­a­mond Dive Fa­cil­ity in Bali, dive cour­ses range from en­try-level such as Scuba Ranger for chil­dren up to var­i­ous spe­cial­ized in­struc­tor-train­ing pro­grammes. All dives are run by a dive guide with a min­i­mum ac­cred­i­ta­tion of dive­mas­ter, and there is free ni­trox at Tu­lam­ben. The re­sort's Ba­li­nese ac­com­mo­da­tion com­bines tra­di­tional, con­tem­po­rary and mod­ern ameni­ties. The in­te­ri­ors and fur­ni­ture were per­son­ally de­signed and ren­o­vated by the owner. With spa­cious liv­ing rooms, all deluxe rooms are equipped with com­fort­able so­fas and a pri­vate ter­race with per­sonal sunbeds. The en­tire re­sort has free Wi-fi in­ter­net ac­cess. After a breath­tak­ing dive, en­joy a re­fresh­ing swim in one of the re­sort's two pools, or in­dulge in a re­ju­ve­nat­ing tra­di­tional Tu­lam­ben Spa treat­ment. The new beach bar, next to the fresh-wa­ter swim­ming pool, is a great place to hang out dur­ing the day or en­joy a bev­er­age after an ex­cel­lent din­ner at the sea­side restau­rant serv­ing Euro­pean, Asian and western cui­sine. The staff at the re­sort ad­vise guests to leave their watches and stresses at home be­cause at Tauch Ter­mi­nal Tu­lam­ben Re­sort & Spa, time sim­ply doesn't mat­ter.

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