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Dive Sites Amed, Bali

Amed is a village not far from Tulamben. It takes about 2 hours by car to get there. Bali fish in Bali Most of the dive sites there are accessible by boat; some are also accessible from the shore. Amed offers walls with a variety of sponges, sea fans and marine life; from macro to larger marine life such as sharks and turtles. The Amed sites are generally easy dives and great for any level of diver.

Dive Sites in this area

Amed Wall Pyramids Japanese Wreck
Dive sites Amed, Bali

Amed Wall

 The Amed Wall or drop-off can be reached with a short boat ride by traditional boat. 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 macro life such as the pygmy seahorse, frogfish and pipefish. Occasionally you can spot turtles and sharks here.

  • Diver Level: All Levels
  • Depth: 5-25 meters
  • Visibility: 10-20 meters
  • Distance to Dive Site: 2 hours by car and a short boat ride
  • Colourful reef fish
  • Thorny seahorse
  • Pygmy seahorse
  • Giant pufferfish
  • Crocodile fish
  • Spiny devilfish
  • Black-tip reefshark
  • Turtle
  • Big schools of fish

Pyramids

 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 larger marine life such as turtles and sharks. The dive site can be reached by traditional boat and is just a few minutes from the shore.

  • Diver Level: All Levels
  • Depth: 5-25 meters
  • Visibility: 10-20 meters
  • Distance to Dive Site: 2 hours by car and a short boat ride
  • Colourful reef fish
  • Robust & ornate ghost pipefish
  • Blue spotted stingray
  • Cuttlefish
  • Pygmy seahorse
  • Puffer fish
  • Nudibranchs
  • Ribbon eels
  • White-tip reefshark
  • Turtle
  • Big schools of fish

Japanese Wreck

 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 accessed. The main attraction here is not so much the wreck, but the sloping reefs. On this shore dive you often find moray eels, sweetlips, puffer & porcupine fish as well at scorpion fish and octopus.

  • Diver Level: All Levels
  • Depth: 3-25 meters
  • Visibility: 10-20 meters
  • Distance to Dive Site: Approximately 2.5 hours by car
  • Colourful reef fish
  • Giant pufferfish
  • Flounder
  • Butterfly fish
  • Trevallies
  • Porcupine
  • Moray eels
  • Octopus
  • Big schools of fish

 

For some great muck-diving, also check out Seraya.



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