Amed Snorkeling Highlights
- Discover unspoiled coastal areas, only exposed in the early 2000s
- Snorkel among a variety of colorful fish, coral reefs, and marine organisms
- Enjoy the amazing trip to 3 best snorkeling spots in Amed (Jemeluk Bay, Lipah Beach, and Japanese Shipwreck Point)
- Enjoy convenient private transportation to the snorkeling sites
Amed Snorkeling Tour Overview
Amed Snorkeling Tour is one of the attractive Bali Snorkeling Tour Packages to explore the beautiful underwater marine life of Amed Bali. Amed Beach is one of the Bali tourism destinations popular for diving and snorkeling activities. Amed is a small fishing village on the northeastern side of the island of Bali. Amed Snorkeling Tour will take you to the best snorkeling spots in Amed Bali, such as Japanese Shipwreck, Lipah Bay, and Jemeluk Bay.
Amed isn’t a single town but a string of quaint beachside fishing villages stretching about 10 kilometers along the dry and rugged northeastern coast of Bali. Amed has some great snorkeling spots within a few meters of the beach. Coral reefs follow most of the coastline and are quite close. Due to the limited number of visitors to the area and the increasing awareness of conservation among residents, marine life is healthy and abundant.
Enjoy The Snorkeling Trip At 3 Best Snorkeling Spots In Amed Beach
The Amed Beach Snorkeling Trip offers a magnificent opportunity to discover the vibrant marine life, colorful fishes, and stunning coral formations at three of the best snorkeling spots in Amed Beach: Japanese Shipwreck, Lipah Beach, and Jemeluk Bay. These are among the most renowned and highly recommended snorkeling destinations in Amed, making them a must-visit for any underwater enthusiast.
Jemeluk Bay Snorkeling Point
Jemeluk Bay is home to the magnificent Underwater Temple, located at the bay’s center, though the best snorkeling can be enjoyed on the bay’s right side. Here, visitors can explore a smaller yet equally impressive reef, adorned with captivating underwater sculptures. These sculptures serve as artificial reefs, designed to encourage coral growth and promote marine life in the area.
The statues in Jemeluk Bay are situated at a depth of 16–20 feet (5–6 m), but with clear water conditions, they can be visible from the surface. The surrounding underwater ecosystem boasts an impressive variety of hard corals, angelfish, surgeonfish, damselfish, blue-spotted rays, and even an underwater post office. Furthermore, visitors can witness the thriving artificial reefs, which are also contributing to the preservation of marine life in the area.
Lipah Beach Snorkeling Spot
Lipah Beach, the second-most sought-after snorkeling destination in Amed, offers a serene ambiance complemented by its immaculate sandy shore, which distinguishes it as one of the finest beaches in the vicinity. Unlike other black sand beaches, the sea here boasts a lighter hue, making it a perfect spot for a leisurely dip. Accessing the water is effortless and safe during high tide, but one must exercise caution during low tide to avoid injury from shallow-water corals
At Pondok Vienna Beach, visitors can behold a stunning underwater spectacle featuring vast, hard coral formations and a multitude of vibrant red sea fans. Snorkelers are in for a treat at the front corner of the beach, where they can witness a breathtaking display of Table Corals, Large Sea Fans in an array of bright hues, Barrel Sponges, Blue Spotted Rays, and Mackerel.
Japanese Shipwreck Snorkeling Point
Located in the charming village of Banyuning, the Japanese Shipwreck is a prime snorkeling destination, particularly for those looking to explore the shipwreck’s remains. However, accessing the water can be challenging when the waves are high due to the sizeable rocks scattered along the beach.
The ideal time to visit is in the morning when visibility is at its best, as it tends to diminish during the day. Underwater enthusiasts can expect to witness a stunning display of hard and soft corals thriving amongst the shipwreck’s ruins, as well as batfish, crowfish, and a vast colony of staghorn coral.
Amed Snorkeling Price
The minimum booking is two participants
The Payment and Cancellation Policy
1. Cash On Arrival: Cash payments will be collected by the driver upon pick-up
2. Bank Transfer Payment: We accept payments via bank transfer
3. Online Payment: We accept online payments via PayPal, and an additional fee of 4.9% of the total transaction will be charged.
1. If you cancel the tour 48 hours before the departure date, there is no cancellation fee.
2. If you cancel within 47 hours or up to 24 hours, you will be charged 50% of the price.
3. If you cancel for less than 24 hours or no-show, you will be charged 100% of the price.
Amed Snorkeling Price Inclusive Of:
- Private hotel transfer with an air-conditioned vehicle
- Professional English-speaking driver
- Private boat transfer by a traditional boat (Jukung)
- Professional snorkeling guide (Scuba Diving license)
- All snorkeling equipment: mask, snorkel, fins and life jacket
- 45 minutes snorkeling at Japanese Shipwreck Snorkeling Point
- 45 minutes snorkeling at Jemeluk Bay Snorkeling Point
- 45 minutes of snorkeling at Lipah Bay Snorkeling Point
- Lunch set menu: Indonesian food
- Towel, Shower, and toilet facilities
- Toll fee or parking fee
- Bottled water
Amed Beach Snorkeling is not inclusive of:
- Personal expense
- Gratuities (optional)
Things You Need to Know Before Making a Booking:
- Your exact pick-up time will be confirmed in your voucher email
- Minimum Order: Our tour requires a minimum of 2 participants to book.
- Transportation: Free hotel return transfer in the covered areas: Kerobokan, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Jimbaran, Nusa Dua, Sanur, Keramas, Tejakula, Candi Dasa, Amed, Tulamben, and Padang Bai area. (Pick-up and drop-off in remote areas, such as Uluwatu, Pecatu, Canggu, and north Ubud, are subject to an additional charge of Rp 150,000 per group up to 6 pax.)
- Age Limits: Age restrictions start from 5 years old (require that children be accompanied by an adult during the tour)
- Private Trip: For our private hotel transfer service, you and your companion will be the only passengers in our vehicle.
- Fair Price: Our prices are reasonable and fair, and we don’t have any hidden fees. You can be confident that the price you see is the final price you will pay for your tour or transfer.
- Flexible Tour: If you have your itinerary, we offer flexible tours and are happy to work with you to create a customized experience. Please contact us to discuss your options.
- You need to bring: a hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, sandals, change clothes, towels, and an underwater camera
- Forbidden: Please note that this trip is not recommended for pregnant women, individuals with disabilities, asthmatics, or anyone with serious medical conditions.
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Amed Snorkeling Tour Itinerary
- 07.00: Pick up at the hotel (the time depends on your location)
- 09.30: Arrive at the starting point and prepare.
- 10.00: Enjoy snorkeling at Japanese Shipwreck, Lipah Bay, and Jemeluk Bay
- 13.00: Snorkeling finishes; take a shower
- 13.30: Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant
- 14.30: Transfer back to the hotel
Route Map: Amed Beach Snorkeling Trip
Read Also: Nusa Dua Snorkeling Tour
How do I make a reservation?
Ready To Travel
- Check Availability with our reservation staff through WhatsApp or Email
- Submit Booking, After we confirm the tour’s availability, submit your booking form
- Booking Confirmed, After receiving your booking request, our customer service will send you the voucher via WhatsApp or email.
- Ready To Travel: You can show the e-voucher to our driver upon pick-up time and then complete the payment
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