Spend a day in the water at Amed, doing reef and wall diving. You will have the opportunity to do 3 leisure dives, where you will see the wonders of the water, including many kinds of sponges and seafans, as well as marine life from shrimp to barracuda.
What to Expect
Spend a day in Bali diving at Amed, with this excursion that offers 3 separate dives.
After departing in the early morning from your hotel, transfer to Amed, a quiet fishing village in northeast Bali. Here you will encounter fantastic coral formations, and a density and variety of fish, in a spot that is also popular with snorkelers. You will dive at 2 locations, Amed Reed and Amed Wall, both of which can be done as shore or boat dives.
At Amed Reef, you will see many different kinds of sponges and gorgonians, and the marine life includes everything from gobies and shrimp to anemones with attendant clownfish and schools of barracuda. Be amazed as you different kinds of parrotfish, angelfish, surgeonfis, and moray eel swim next to you.
Then head to Amed Wall, where you can usually find white tip reef shark, Napoleon Wrasse, green turtles, and occasionally big trevally. Huge numbers of fish can be found: butterflyfish, bannerfish, snapper, fusilier and triggerfish. The deep slope after the wall is rich in corals and invertebrates with crinoids as well as fishlife. Eventually you will move shallower to encounter hard and soft corals, bommies with sponges, and gorgonians.
- Return transfers (land and boat) to hotel in South Bali (USD25 is charged for pick ups out of South Bali Area. Please contact AquaMarine for information on which areas USD25 is charged)
- 3 day dives
- PADI certified dive guide (divemaster or above)
- Mask/snorkel, booties/fins, weight belt/tanks
- Unlimited bottled water
- Local fees and porterage
- Free use of beach towels
- Diver medical insurance
What's Not Included
- Equipment rental: BCD, wetsuit, regulator, dive computer: $5 per item per day
Know Before You Go
Minimum certification level is open water diver
Diving certification card and logbook must be presented to your divemaster before diving