Pyramids is an easy dive site which takes its name from the many artificial reefs. Indeed this dive site is made of many pyramid-shaped artificial reefs, home of amazing and vibrant marine life.
The dive is just a 5 minute boat ride away from the shore in a traditional Jukung. Between 12 – 25 metres you will find the pyramid-reefs colonised by a multitude of soft corals and fish as well as nudibranch. In the sand that stretches all along the reef, you will find an abundance of blue-spotted stingray gliding along the sea bed.
Pyramids is full of marine life, our experienced dive leaders will help you spot the leaf scorpion fish, stone fish, ghost pipefish fish and many other exotic creatures.
Jemeluk is a very easy diving site in Amed perfect for beginners and underwater macro photographers! Jemeluk Bay has a reef area to the left and a wall, on the right side a reef. Both dives will let you great memories.
If you dive along the wall, you will start your journey after a shortboat trip in a traditional Balinese fishing boat (Jukung). You will make the dive along the steep wall, with a maximum depth of 40 metres, passing hard and soft corals, as well as gorgonians that cover massive rocks, encountering multicolored fish passing by, groupers lying on the floor and even trevally darting about in the blue.
If you decide to discover the reef, you could encounter the pink pigmy seahorse (Hippocampus bargibanti). This species is endemic to Indonesia. It lives on sea fans and is able to change its coloration to blend almost entirely with its host fan. It is a pro in camouflage has it takes gorgonian’s colour and texture. This seahorse measures a couple of millimetres which makes it one of the smallest seahorse species in the world. Be gentle with this animal and adapt a proper code of conduct while diving there.
You will do your safety stop over a shallow plateau bathed in soft sunlight and fish, before being picked up by your Jukung.
This Bali dive site is 10-minute boat ride from the main Amed Beach, with sandy slope and occasional large coral bommies. Following with a gentle drift then start at with an eel garden to amazingly huge sponges, blue spotted rays, pink gorgonians, barracudas, moray eels, lion fish, nudibranches, and unbelievably abundant of reef fish at 25-30 m. Resident sharks are ready to welcome divers.