Amed – Jemeluk 

The divesites of Amed – Jemeluk

Amed refers to a long stretch of coast running from the village of Culik about 14 km eastwards incorporating the villages of Amed, Jemeluk, Bunutan, Lipah and Selang
The pace of life here is slow and the coastal scenery quite stunning.

Amed offers shallow and sheltered slopes teeming with reef fish. However, in 1998, Amed was badly affected by coral-bleaching as a result of El Nino that affected the reef within the bay and down to 10 to 12 meters. Today the reef is recovering well and offers diving conditions more suited to those uncomfortable with the currents of the Strait.

Amed Jemeluk

 

 

Amed diving:

  • Diver experience level: All levels (also excellent site for snorkeling)
  • Start time: 8.30 – A scenic one hour drive from our dive center
  • Dive site access: Shore & local ‘jukung’ boat
  • Marine conditions: Reef wall, photography, muck diving
  • Current: no current to moderate
  • Depth: 3m – 40m
  • Temperature: warm – 26-30 degrees

About the day :

  • We collect you from your hotel around 8.00
  • Depart dive center around 8.30
  • Arrive in Amed around 9.30
    (before the dive centers from the south of Bali)
  • 1st dive around 9.45 – 10.00
  • Lunch at the beach view restaurant
  • 2nd dive around 12.30
  • Return to dive center around 15.00

Price & Inclusions

Price for 2 Dives – starting from US$ 95

Inclusions:
Hotel transfers (Candidasa Area), lunch, water & snack, use of towel, tanks, weights & guide.
(Outside Candidasa area pickup / drop available for surcharge)

Equipment rental:
US$ 20 / person for a full set: BCD, regulator, wetsuit, fins/boots, mask/snorkel
Additional Dive Computer / Torch US$ 7.50 per day