• Amed - Dive on the wonderful coral reefs of this fishing village

    Coral reefs are in perfect condition here only meters from the shore!
  • Dive the Liberty wreck from Amed

    We come and pick you up from your hotel in Amed, for free.

  • Excursions dives on the Japanese wreck, the wall of Jemeluk or Pyramids!

    Choice of diving on board or boat every day for beginner or experienced divers.
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Dive sites Amed

Ghost Bay (Macro)

This site is exellent for macro in the sand, very little rocks or coral. We look in the sand or in the anemones, or even in the old ropes or other debris that shelters small creatures. We will not forget to hang around the artificial reef at 5-7 meters deep on the sand plateau, where you can find many stone fish, ghost pipefish, lionfish, and Leaf scorpion fish. Swim on the deep plateau and look for the many shrimps in all types of... Read more...

Gili Selang Bay

Also called Waterloo, this site is only for very experienced divers. Located at the entry of the Lombok straight, the site offers an exceptionnal coral reef, the marine life here is very different from the one in the areas of Amed and Tulamben but similar to the one you will encounter around Nusa Penida. The site is made of a little bay, the island of Gili Selang closing it and forming the most oriental point of Bali. The density of coral and... Read more...

Lipah Bay

This site is located at 10km of Jemeluk and shelters the Japonese wreck of 15 meters long located close to the beach inbetween 3 and 10meters in depth. Shallow enough, it is also and ideal site for free diving. The wreck is nicely incrusted in gorgonias,sponges and black coral. The dive continues on the slope and the point on the left side of the bay. This site is very rich and you will be able to see many reef fish, along with juveniles of all... Read more...

Jemeluk Bay (2 tombants)

From the village of Jemeluk, two dive sites are accessible: The Drop Off (right side), vertical wall of 10 to 40 meters in depth, rich in gorgonias, the reef coral is very rich sheltering a multitude of nudibranchs and reef fish. On the abrupt cliff, you will encounter turtles, black tip and white tip sharks, groupers, napoleon fish, parrot fish. The artificial reef of Jemeluk (left side), also called pyramid because of the shape of the reef... Read more...

Bunutan

After a short drive to the dive site, you just have to jump on the Junkung and sail for a few minutes to the entry point. Once your underwater you will see a giant field of garden eels before to reach this incredible Coral Garden, you will drift along this 500 meters long reef, keep your eyes open and have a look in the blue in case of bigger things show... Read more...

Pyramids

More than 20 years ago locals dropped neutral Ph concrets pyramyds and tires to attracked fish and creatures to creat a new reef. Mission Complished! This dive site have to be done when you come to Amed, starting form on a sandy bottom full of garden eels and blue spotted stingrays you will see the first pyramid as you go a bit deeper. Take your time to look inside those structures, it's a perfect place for moray eel, lionfish, shrimps, leaf... Read more...

Deep blue

Enjoy the corals in the bay, then follow the slope and follow the shore current it will make all the job for... Read more...

Japanese wreck

Not so fare from the shore, this 20 meters shipwreck is covered of colourful corals and is a perfect place to see tiny critters, if you keep going after the wreck you will find a nice slope where you can drift along.... Read more...

Golden Rock

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Waterloo

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Kusambi

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Three Fingers

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Video diving from Amed

  • 4 ghost pipefish on the same feather star! Discover our secret Macro site of Amed: Ghost Bay!