Amed

Located at Karangasem, Bali, Indonesia

Amed refers to a long stretch of coast running from the village of Culik about 14 km eastwards incorporating the seven villages of Amed, Jemeluk, Bunutan, Lipah, Selang, Banyuning and Aas. The pace of life here is slow and the coastal scenery quite stunning making Amed the perfect place for a relaxed holiday in Bali.

Dive Spots in Amed

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Amed Ghost bay, Amed

Bali, Indonesia

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Amed Wall, Amed

Bali, Indonesia

This sloping drop-off consists of sand and coral reef. The variety of marine life is tremendous and you often spot larger schools of fish here, such as jack fish, trevallies and fusilier, and great ma...

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Batu kelebit , Amed

Bali, Indonesia

Batu Kelebit is a beautiful place to dive and can be only reached by the traditional Balinese outrigger sailing boats called Jukung. Batu Kelebit is situated between Amed and Tulamben in front of a st...

Batu Kelebit is located next to Tulamben bay. The spot contains a big range of different structures, big fishes, amazing macros and wonderful corals.

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Bunutan, Amed

Bali, Indonesia

Bunutan stretches out over 600-700m, starting at the Banjar in Bunutan and stretches almost all the way to Lipah. Starting off on a sandy patch, usually greeted by a few turtles and other small critte...

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Gili Selang, Amed

Bali, Indonesia

This small island is located about half an hour by boat south of Amed. Here you'll find some of Bali's healthiest coral, turtles, bumphead parrotfish, giant trevally, whitetip reefs sharks and, if you...

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Japanese Shipwreck, Amed

Bali, Indonesia

The Japanese wreck Amed is one of the 3 wreck dives Abyss Dive Center Bali offers to its divers. Located 7 kilometers away from our office, in Banyuning, divers will find this cornerstone of Amed's di...

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Japanese Wreck, Amed

Bali, Indonesia

The Japanese Wreck dive site is named because of the very small wreck you find there in shallow waters at a few metres depth. The wreck itself is full with small glass bottom fish life and cannot be a...

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Jemeluk Bay, Amed

Bali, Indonesia

The view over Jemeluk's tiny bay with impressive Mount Agung in the background is an iconic image of Bali. This place is located at the heart of Amed, a segment of the Island's east coast reputed for...

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Lipah Bay, Amed

Bali, Indonesia

Lipah is a Shark Nursing site. Underneath some of the many table corals, you can often find baby white tips sleeping. A well trained dive guide knows how to find them and show them to you without harm...

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Lipah beach, Amed

Bali, Indonesia

The second most popular of Amed snorkeling spots is Lipah Beach. It is a relatively quiet spot with one of the nicest sandy beach in the area. The color of the sea is not so dark as at other black san...

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Pyramid, Amed

Bali, Indonesia

The Pyramids in Amed offers some great coral reefs. On this slope you can find a wide-range of marine life varying from macro marine life such as the pygmy seahorse and the ornate ghost pipefish to la...

The dive site Pyramids is just a short 10 minute boat ride away in a traditional jukung. The site is made up of numerous artificial reefs that serve as home to an incredible diversity of aquatic life....

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vienna beach, Amed

Bali, Indonesia

Tempat ini hanya berjarak sekitar 5 Km setelah Jemeluk Bay. Karakteristik pasir di Pantai ini berbeda dengan yang ada di Jemeluk Bay, kalau di Jemeluk Bay pantainya berpasir putih maka Vienna Beach in...

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