Gili Islands was very famous for their beautiful scenery and atmosphere, in adition they also well known as the beauty of underwater life which stored the natural view of the coral and any kind of colourfull fish that was so amazing.
As one of Indonesia’s top areas for scuba diving and snorkelling, with a reputation for being the ‘turtle capital of the world’, with year round water temperatures about 28 degrees Celsius, the Gili islands have become popular for beginners and experienced divers alike. There are about 25 dive sitesaround the islands of Trawangan, Meno and Gili Air, with a variety of topography (slopes, walls, ridges and canyons) and an enormous amount of diverse marine life. This includes black – and white tip reef sharks, lots of turtles (hawksbill and olive ridley), lionfish, scorpion fish, cuttle fish and octopus, moray eels, sea snakes, different types of rays (blue – spotted, eagle and, from December to March, manta rays) not to mention schools of bump – head parrot fish every full moon and the occasional whale shark plus countless varieties of hard and soft corals. Read more