Scuba diving Amed

Bali's dive sites

AMED

A REEF WITH EXTRODINARY CREATURE

Amed is small and peaceful fishing village, clustered around a single road. A scenic two hour drive from our dive school in the south of Bali.

There are a number of dive sites that make Amed perfect for a day dive trip. Enjoy a lazy drift past a dramatic coral wall amid schools of red tooth trigger-fish and sergeant majors, or explore the coral gardens with camera, mask and snorkel. Amed offers amazing opportunities for divers of all levels.

Scuba diving Amed

dive site Amed

Scuba diving Amed

Ready to go scuba diving in AMED?

JEMELUK WALL

The site is just 50m from the beach.It starts over a shallow coral reef and then plunges down into the abyss. Huge sponge barrels and sea fans decorate the wall. This is a very impressive dive just because you can gaze up on the wall from below. This dive can be done by boat as well so you just float along the wall until you have to surface

What to see
We can often see Sharks, Napoleon Wrasse, schooling Trevally, Bumphead Parrot fish, Turtles and many more.

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PYRAMIDS

The sites is located just few minutes by boat from Jemeluk Beach. The Pyramids are artificially created reef structures in which have become home to a large variety of marine life.

What to see
On this slope you can find a wide-range of marine life varying from macro marine life such as the pygmy seahorse, ornate ghost pipefish, turtles and sharks.

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BUNUTAN

Bunutan Wall is a dive site where divers go to see colorful macro life. It starts with a gentle slope and then turns into a steep wall covered by various beautiful corals. Drift diving is common at this site.

What to see
The marine life around the site is very diverse and includes garden eels, sharks (black tip, white tip and an occasional hammerhead), barracudas, tuna, giant trevally and many different species of moray eels and rays.

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JAPANESE WRECK

The Japanese wreck is a sunken steel freighter in a black-sand bay that shelters a lot of marine life. It is possible to penetrate the wreck and see various types of corals, sponges, and gorgonians. Snorkeling and free diving are also possible at this site.

What to see
The Japanese wreck is full of anthias, damselfish, angelfish, pipefish, dragonets, nudibranchs, and crabs. Other species include angelfish, parrotfish, Napoleon wrasses, grouper, octopi, snapper, blennies, and surgeonfish.

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