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CASTLE ROCK

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Castle Rock is a great dive site near the island of Gili Lawalaut in Komodo National Park. The dive site consists of a huge pillar that impressively rises up from the depths. The top is four meters below the water surface. Castle Rock is also a dive site with a lot of big marine life. The site is home to manta rays, reef sharks, tuna and sometimes even sharks and dolphins.

Particulars

Castle Rock is a boat dive site. Enter the water and dive along the huge pillar while looking around to spot sharks, dolphins or schools of tuna.

Warnings

Castle Rock is a deep dive site with often a strong current, which is much stronger on the surface than in deeper water. Only advanced divers.

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CASTLE ROCK Features

Address
Komodo National Park, Gili Lawalaut, Indonesia
Parking
At boat charter
Distance
live-aboard
Suitable for
Advanced divers, deep diving, underwater photography
Permit
N.v.t / NA
Access
Free access
Facilities
Boat dive facilities
Water
Salt
Kind of dive
Boat dive
Current
Strong
Visibility
20 - 30 m.
Average visibility
25 m.
Depth
40 m.
Bottom
rots
Life
Barracuda, batfish, dolphin, mackerel, manta ray, pygmy seahorse
Other recreation
Boating, yachting

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