Amed Reef


Amed Reef with many different kinds of sponges and Gorgonian seafans, is home to marinelife that includes lobsters, shrimp and goby sets, as well as anemones with attendant clownfish, Blue-spotted rays, pygmy seahorses, and schools of fish from anthias to barracuda. White-tip reef sharks, Napoleon wrasse, Giant travelly and large schools of bannerfish, snapper, and fusilier can be found at Amed Wall.Amed Ghost Bay?s artificial reef can yield Ambon scorpionfish, Ornate and Robust ghostpipefish, Mimic octopus, Wonderpus, frogfish, stonefish ? we?re never quite sure what we will find there!Program:06.30 AM to 08:30 AM: Meet at your Hotel lobbyTransfer to Amed (1 hour to 2hours 30mins)2 Dives at Amed Reef / Ghost BayDelicious LunchTransfer back to Hotel (back to hotel around 17:00PM)Transfer Departure Times (fixed times):06.30 pick up at Jimbaran & Nusa Dua areas07.00 pick up in Kuta/Legian/Seminyak/Kerobokan areas07.30 pick up at Sanur area08.30 pick up at Padangbai areaMore about Amed:Amed was traditionally dependent on salt-panning and fishing and, despite the arrival of tourists, has retained that feeling making it a place where people stay for weeks at a time. The fishlife in Amed is superb and the conditions from the sandy shore or using an outrigger boat, are easy, with good visibility. The deep slope after the wall is rich in invertebrates with crinoids and commensals. Lipah Bay, a small black sand bay, is home to The Japanese Wreck, a 20m steel freighter wreck that is encrusted with sponges, Gorgonian seafans and coral bushes, and inhabited by anthias, parrotfish and angelfish. The deeper slope has interesting seafans and is often dotted with a wide variety of nudibranchs.Please Note that equipment rent of BCD, Regulator, and Wetsuit for 15 USD is not included in the price.

Amed, Bali, Indonesia