About the Location

Located in a hidden-away corner of Bali, Amed is a magical little village with black volcanic sandy beaches. A great diving & snorkeling location, it has some interesting walls and healthy coral reefs and offers the chance to see an underwater Buddha statue. Jemeluk bay offers some famous sites like Amed wall 1 and 2, the Japanese wreck, Garden Eel Point and Gili Selang. It is only 10 km from Tulamben with similar sea conditions. Dives are done either from shore with a beach entry or accessed by traditional wooden boat called a ‘Jukung’.

Some of the Dive Spots in This Location

Amed wall

Level: All levels

Depth: Up to 40 m

This site can be reached either by traditional wooden boat (Jukung) or with a short swim from the beach. The wall is located at the right side of the bay and covered in soft corals, sponges and a variety of sea fans. The current is normally mild. You can expect to see trevallies, frogfish, fusiliers, angelfish, damselfish and, occasionally, reefsharks and turtles.

Jemeluk Bay

Level: All levels

Depth: 30 m

Located next to Amed wall, you will find a colorful coral garden and some artificial reef structures. This is a great site to spot macro critters as well as turtles and reefsharks. Keep your eyes open for frogfish, nudibranchs, ghostpipefish, seahorses and many types of shrimps and crabs.

Gili Selang

Level: Advanced - experienced divers

Depth: 35 m

Gili Selang is a small island at the very eastern tip of Bali, which can only be reached by boat. The walls of the island are covered in soft corals, visibility is generally good and there is the possibility to see bigger pelagics like hammerheads and mola-mola. The strong, unpredictable current makes this a very challenging dive site. Divers have to be minimum Advanced certified and experienced.