On the north side of Gili Trawangan a flat sandy bottom turns into a series of progressively deeper canyons that run parallel to the shore. This is probably the most popular site as reef sharks are found basking in the canyons, cuttlefish, stingrays, plenty of turtles in the shallows, and every full moon most likely schooling bumphead parrot fish.
A gently sloping reef on the south side of Gili Trawangan with a good variety of hard and soft corals, bommies and large table corals sheltering reef fish. There is hardly any current here, an excellent site to get close to reef sharks, sting rays, cuttlefish, and octopus, and of course a passing manta or two in the manta season.
The wreck is not a true shipwreck but a collapsed pier structure and has become a favourite among divers. The pier has been overtaken by hard and soft corals. All sorts of fish find shelter around the structure including stone- and scorpion fish, a resident school of drummers, damselfish and sometimes you might spot a frogfish. It is an ideal site to take your camera and you may be surprised at what you might find.
Just off the west of Gili Meno and home to a plethora of crustaceans and a great spot for night diving. The wall runs from 5m down to 16m and a second wall runs a little deeper. Spanish dancers, crabs ranging from small coral crabs up to the huge sponge crab, lobsters, shrimps, sleeping turtles, baby cuttlefish and scorpion fish are amongst the many creatures that can be seen.