Seraya Secret, located in the North East of Bali near the town of Tulamben, is one of the most renowned critter diving sites in Bali.
This dive site is a paradise for underwater photographers, with its dark volcanic sand serving as the perfect backdrop for the vibrant and diverse marine life that inhabits the area.
The topography of Seraya Secrets is characterized by a gentle slope of black sand interspersed with ridges and valleys.
The ridges are adorned with corals and sponges, providing a habitat for a variety of marine species. The valleys, on the other hand, are mainly featureless plains of sand, offering a stark contrast to the bustling life on the ridges.
One of the key attractions of Seraya Secret is its diverse array of critters. The site is home to harlequin shrimp, ornate ghost pipefish, pygmy seahorses, and a plethora of nudibranchs.
Larger leopard morays, lionfish, and the occasional seahorse can also be spotted here. The shallows are a great place to look for leaf fish, schooling catfish, and skeleton shrimp.
The local families who own the land have set up a great prep area including rinse tanks and a toilet. The whole extended family pitches in to load and unload tanks and equipment, adding a touch of local charm to the diving experience.
Seraya Secret is a window into the rich biodiversity of the ocean. Each dive offers a new opportunity to discover and photograph a diverse array of marine species. It offers an unforgettable diving experience.