Bali is the dream destination for many divers and you can only understand why when you have seen it with your own eyes. The water is rich with colourful coral reefs, sponges, and fishes from all shapes and kinds. Combined with its tropical beauty on the surface, Bali emerges as undeniably charming destination to enjoy nature at both of the worlds. One of the most popular diving sites in Bali is Amed, a little fishing village in the northeast coast which hides spectacular marine life underneath its calm water.
Amed Diving for Beginners and Non-Divers
Amed is great for beginners in diving due its slow currents and generally low depth. Non certified divers could also have a taste of its mesmerising underwater by snorkeling. It’s so easy to be part of marine life here in the Amed coast. Everyone can come and be bewitched by the refined life of the ocean dwellers.
Amed for A Week
Want to stay for a week full of diving and island relaxation? Think Amed. This remote village offers the ultimate of all-natural Bali holiday. With no bar and beach club in sight, Amed is one of the purest beach left in this island. The tranquility of this quiet coast heals every tired mind and the richness of the underwater offers amazing adventures. If you are addicted to diving, you would be delighted to know that Amed house several diving sites in the area. And the best of it, each dive sites are pretty unique and have its own specialties. You will need one to two week to fully explore Amed’s underwater.
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Exploring Dozens of Amazing Diving Sites in Amed
Here goes the Seraya, which offers very good muck diving experience in Amed’s black sands. This site is perfect to find seahorses, frogfish, nudibranchs, mantis shrimp, and other crustacean. Moving along, you’ll find the famous Amed Pyramids, a manmade artificial reef in the shape of pyramids in effort to improve the marine life. Then we have the Amed Wall, where more advanced divers could enjoy a good drift and a chance to meet Black Tip White Sharks. The Japanese Wreck site is proud to house, like its name, a wreck of what seems to be a Japanese boat which lies on a calm bay, only 5 meters from the surface. The wreck blooms beautifully with corals, sponges, and algae while Leaf Fish, Scorpion Fish, and other fishes busy swimming round and about. That’s not all; you still have the Bunutan, Gili Selang, and couple other sites.
Amed has earned its place as one of Bali’s most popular dive sites, and if you’re looking for a beautiful hidden spot that offers great views of some of Indonesia’s most beautiful beaches. Whether you are interested in diving, snoring or just curious about the underwater world, this is probably the best place to dive or snorkel, especially for those of you who want to experience the amazing underwater life of many different fish species and mammals.