It’s hard to think about the Amed of Bali without thinking about diving. Just a bit north from Ubud, this little village sits in the quiet northeast coast of Bali is blessed with vibrant underwater life beneath its calm water. Amed is widely considered as one of Bali’s best dive site and there’s no way to deny it. It’s also the best spot for beginners howe you can swim through clouds of tropical fishes and beds of colourful corals and sponges, just from few meters off the surface. So have you set your next diving destination to the Amed Bali?
Diving in Amed Bali is Quite Cheaper than Other Region
One of the many things that drivers and adventurous travelers love about Amed is the cost of holiday. Though blessed with abundance of natural beauty, this lesser-visited region is still quite far from the reach of mass tourism and hence the holiday cost haven’t sky-rocketed high like its southern counterpart. Of course prices could vary. However, with only the cost of one night stay at a villa in the centre of Seminyak, you could enjoy three leisure days in one of charming diving guesthouses or lodgings here. The cost of meals are also fairly low here compared to the southern Bali. And without big frenetic night club, you can further lower the cost of entertainment. It’s all about diving and enjoying the nature at its best here in Amed Bali!
Dive Resorts are Plenty and Cheaper, too
Do you know that you can enjoy the luxuries of beachfront dive resorts in Amed with less than US$50 per night? This is why we love diving in Amed Bali so much. It’s so easy to be indulged in the beauty of the tropical Bali while being catered for your diving needs. The fact that this region is kind of off-the-beaten path gives you more freedom to enjoy the place as much as you like.
Dive the Beautiful Japanese Shipwreck
Do you know that Amed has one of of the shallowest wreck in the world? The Japanese wreck, located at 15 meters from the beach, is quite small yet very interesting. It rests in just 6m depth and down to 12m below, make it very suitable for beginners! Even snorkelers could marvel on its intriguing beauty due to its shallow depth. Hundreds of corals, hard and soft sponges, and gorgonian fans enveloped the wreck while abundant fishes are swimming around the site. The Japanese wreck is definitely a must see on Amed Bali diving trip itinerary.
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Easy yet Satisfying Diving Experience in Amed Bali
Amed’s signature is shallow dive sites, bright transparent water with high visibility, and low currents. All of these make it perfect for someone who just start their way into scuba diving or someone who plan their first diving trip. And with so many sites for snorkel, Amed is the perfect diving destination in this island for those who bring their non-diving partner or family to the vacation.