Located on the East Coast, Amed diving is unique because of its diverse
underwater marine life and coral reefs.
Excellent for beginner divers, for family trips and for children of all ages.
Shore dives and boat dives with warm waters and great visibility.
Scuba diving in Amed is famous for easy dives, low to almost no currents, warm waters and diverse marine life. The dives can be both shore and boat dives in artificial and natural dive sites.
Because it’s situated on the East coast, Amed is also famous for colourful night dives, macrophotography and muck diving.
Ideal for beginners and family trips
Amed is preferred by beginner divers or families looking for colour coral reefs and abundant marine life.
The perfect choice for a full day trips and overnight stays
Chosen for colour coral reefs and divers passionate of macrophotography and muck diving. Overnight stays are possible here.
Designed for fun with safety in mind
All dive sites are perfectly suitable
for beginner and uncertified divers.
With proper conditions for macrophotography and muck diving, Ghost Bay is chosen by divers who want to search for Mimic Octopus, Ghost Pipefish or other small critters.
During overnight stays as mini safaris in Bali, Amed is one of the main stops for one or two days.
Jemeluk Bay is one of the most famous dive sites in Amed because of its diversity and easy underwater conditions. Colourful coral reefs, Turtles, Devil Scorpion Fish, different types of Moray Eels and amazing macrophotography, Jemeluk has a lot to offer for different types of divers.
Situated on the right side of Jemeluk Bay, this dive site is rich in marine life where often White Tip Reef Sharks can be seen. With generally easy underwater currents the dives are suitable for beginner divers as well but when currents become strong, Amed reef can be a fun drift dive.
Amed Wall is a boat dive reachable using the local spider boats called Jukungs. The coral reef here is Amed’s best and with the right dive guide, Pygmy Seahorse can be seen here.
More marine life can be also spotted in Amed Wall, White Tip Reef Sharks, Napoleon Wrasse, Travallies etc.
Most of the people believe that Tulamben is the only place for wreck dive in Bali. Actually, the Japanese Wreck is probably as good as the USS Liberty.
The Japanese wreck has a similar history as it’s companion wreck in Tulamben, sunk in WWI just after the USS Liberty. The Japanese wreck in Amed is host to diverse marine life and coral reefs are beautiful but divers mainly visit for the wreck itself.
Choose your preferred package or the one that suits you the best
for scuba diving in Amed.
(Sanur, Kuta, Seminyak and Nusa Dua)
Boat rental(if applicable)
Towels, snacks, drinks and lunch
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Maximum 3 divers for one Divemaster / Instructor. This allows us to guarantee safety and fun.
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