What to do in Amed
Welcome to Amed, a hidden gem on the east coast of Bali. Far away from the bustling tourist areas, Amed offers a sanctuary of peace and beauty. With its serene beaches, breathtaking views, and amazing dive sites, Amed is a paradise for travelers seeking an authentic Balinese experience. In this blog, we'll take you on a virtual journey to Amed and discover why this place is a must-visit for beach lovers and divers.
1. Lets head down to the beach
Amed is blessed with some of Bali's most picturesque beaches. Picture tranquil black sand shores lined with swaying palm trees and traditional fishing boats resting on the coast. Stroll along the soft sand, savor the sunsets, and take a refreshing dip in the crystal-clear waters. Some recommendations for beaches to visit are: Jemeluk Beach, Lipah Beach, Aas Beach, Selang beach and Bunutan Beach
2. Under the sea
Go diving in Amed! For diving enthusiasts, Amed is a true paradise. The area is renowned for its abundant marine life and spectacular coral reefs. Discover stunning coral gardens, swim alongside schools of tropical fish, and perhaps even spot sea turtles and reef sharks. Popular dive sites like the USAT Liberty wreck dive and the Japanese shipwrecks are definite highlights for adventurous divers.
3. Finding Nemo
Amed is also a great spot for snorkeling. Lucky you because we offer a very lovely snorklingtour in Amed. Our snorkeling tour includes:
- private snorkel boat
- including snorkel guide
- including snorkel equipment
- Including snorkeling at 3 locations
- Including private transport
- Pick up anywhere in Bali
- Including guide
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4. Sport fanatics
Amed provides fantastic opportunities for hiking and trekking in the surrounding hills and mountains. Venture out and explore the lush green rice terraces, picturesque villages, and breathtaking viewpoints. One popular trek is the ascent to Mount Agung, Bali's highest volcano, offering stunning panoramic views of the island.