Diving Spots in Amed
There are a lot of diving spots here in Bali, one of them being Amed. A nice quiet beach on the northeast of Bali. Sometimes Amed gets overlooked by the other diving spots in Bali but it holds its own beauty. You may not see a lot of coral reefs, but there are other wonders on this beach. Here is why you should try diving in Amed.
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Among the sandy topography of Amed diving spots, it is home to tiny creatures that you might not see. Focus your eyes closed and you will see tiny colourful creatures living there. Small shrimps, nudibranchs, fishes, and even seahorse. Grab your camera ready!
The waters around Amed are generally calm. This makes Amed suitable to all level of diver, from beginners to the most experienced. Moreover, it is also generally warm to keep you comfortable.
Plenty of Diving Spots
Bunutan beach, Amed Wall, and Pyramid are some of the best spots in Amed. Each holds different characteristics and charms. Bunutan Beach is a 10-minute boat ride from the main Amed Beach, with a 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, lionfish, nudibranchs, and unbelievably abundant reef fish at 25-30 m.
Amed Wall plunges to 40 m with beautiful gorgonians and corals, and home to the pygmy seahorses. Visibility can range up to a clear 30 meters, perfect to sight white tip sharks, napoleon wrasse, school of batfish, and trevallies. Gorgonians will decorate the whole experience.
And the Pyramid dive spot is home to the artificial pyramid-like reefs to help the local ecosystem grow. You will be delighted to see what kind of life surrounds this artificial ecosystem.
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