Amed Snorkeling Tour is one of the exciting Bali snorkeling tour packagesto offer you beautiful underwater marine life. Amed Beach Bali is one of Bali interest places to visit during your holiday in Bali. Amed one of a small fishing village on the northeast side of Bali Island. Amed Snorkeling Tour we will bring you to the best snorkeling places in Amed Bali. From the smallest macro opportunities to large pelagic and sharks, coral adorned wrecks and walls, Amed has it all.
The place commonly referred to as Amed isn’t a single town but a string of quaint beach side fishing villages stretching about 10 km along the dry and rugged northeastern coast of Bali. Impressive landscapes you will see !
Amed has some good snorkeling areas within meters of the shore. A reef follows the majority of the coastline and is quite close in. Due to the limited number of visitors to the area and a growing conservation awareness among the locals, the sea life is healthy and abundant.
Jemeluk Bay is famous for the Underwater Temple that you find in the middle of the bay (marked with buoy). Although snorkeling is the best on the right side of the bay if you have time we recommend to check out the left side too. There you also find a smaller reef as well as some underwater statues. The sculptures were placed there in order to support coral growth as an artificial reef. The statues can be found deeper around 16-20 ft (5-6 m) but if the water is clear enough you can see them from the surface too. You will see different hard coral species, Angelfish, Surgeonfish, Damselfish, Blue Spotted Ray, Underwater Post Office, artificial reef
Jemeluk Bay Coral Garden Snorkeling Site In Amed
Jemeluk Coral Garden, the best of Amed snorkeling spots at Amed Beach although it is not so famous as the nearby Jemeluk Bay. Shallow, healthy reef with many tropical fish around, and a perfect place to spot sea turtles! The sea is usually calm and free of currents offering a nice, easy snorkeling trip for weaker swimmers or for kids too. On this site you will see huge Leafy Cup Coral (Salad Coral) colonies, Table corals, Finger corals, Turtles, Blue Starfish, Bannerfish, Butterflyfish
Lipah Beach Snorkeling Spot In Amed
The second most popular of Amed snorkeling spots but still quiet, one of the nicest sandy beach in the area. The color of the sea is not so dark as at other black sand beaches. Walking into the sea is very easy and safe at high tide. At low tide, you need to pay attention not to hurt yourself on the corals in the shallow water. If you don’t find any path to go in, better wait for higher water, never walk on the corals! At Lipah Beach, you find big hard coral formations as well as many red sea fans. Snorkeling is the best in the corner in front of Pondok Vienna Beach. On this spot you will see massive hard coral structures, Table coral, huge sea fans in vibrant colors, Barrel Sponge, Blue Spotted Rays, Mackerels
Japanese Shipwreck Snorkeling Point In Amed
Small but interesting shipwreck in the small village of Banyuning, a white-red sign next to the main road shows the location. Although entering the water is tricky especially if there are bigger waves and because of the big stones on the shore. Best time to go early in the morning since visibility drops during the day. It is worth to check the huge Staghorn Coral table on the left side of the bay. On this site you will see hard and soft corals settled on the small shipwreck, Batfish, Clownfish, extensive Staghorn Coral colony