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Snorkeling at Amed Beach – Tour
Amed on the East Coast of Bali is one of the premier dive locations of the world. From the smallest Macro opportunities to large pelagics and sharks, coral adorned wrecks and walls, Amed has it all. Amed has some good snorkelling areas within metres of the shore.

Tour Code: GS 89 A
Starts:  Every day
Pickup:  At 07.00 – 08.30 am  (hotel pickup)
Duration:  About 11 hours
This tour “Bali Highlighs 1” is is a private tour, so you can join any time any day.


Tour Price:
USD 75 per person  (Minimum 2 Persons)

 

Book this tour here

 

About Amed:
The place commonly referred to as Amed isn’t a single town but a string of quaint beachside fishing villages stretching about 10km along the dry and rugged northeastern coast of Bali. Impressive landscapes you will see !
Amed has some good snorkelling areas within metres of the shore. A reef follows the majority of the coastline and is quite close in. Due to the limited number of visitors to the area and a growing conservation awareness among the locals, the sea life is healthy and abundant. There is a small wooden wreck in only 1.5 m of water off Lipah Beach (Amed). And off caus a colourful marine life you can see just by snorkeling.

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Tour description:
After hotel pick-up,  we will drive in a comfort van to the east side of Bali Island, around 2,5 hours from Denpasar town to visit the beautiful beach of Amed and stop at 2 places for snorkeling. At Amed beach we don’t need the boat to go to the ocean for snorleling and diving.   You can see beautiful colourful reef and many reef fish.  After lunch in Amed (optional) we will have an other beach and snorkeling stop.  On the way to Amed you can see Klungkung, Candi Dasa and Tirtagangga.
Also we have some interesting stops on the way back to your hotel e.g. Kerta Gosa in Klungkung .

This snorkeling tour is good for:
People who want to snorkel directly from the beach. Although the beach at Amed has black sand, it isn’t rocky like the beach at Tulamben, making it easier to get in and out of the water.
Also good for children (over 8 years) wich can snorkling in shallow water.

Underwater scenery  Amed-Diving klungkung33

Tours include:

– Pick up and drop off (at your hotel)
– Tour transportation with fully air-conditioner car or van
– Snorkeling equipment
– Entrance and parking fees
– English speaking tour guide (other languages on request)
– Mineral water

Remarks:

– Other personal expenses are not included and will be on personal account.
– Prices are net per person and inclusive tax and service charge. (Min. 4 persons)
– Lunch can provide at local restaurant for surcharge of US$ 10 per person.

What you have to bring:

– Swimwear
– Sun protection
– Towel
– Photo Camaera
– Extra money for souveniers, tips, lunch, drinks….

We promis to make your holiday in Bali unforgettable by providing you a wonderful Bali sightseeing tour.

Tour Price:
USD 75 per person  (Minimum 2 Persons)

 

Book this tour here

 

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November 12, 2014

There are many places to snorkel in the Amed area, not just the Japanese Wreck, which is known for its soft coral. Other areas that are great for snorkeling include Jemeluk Bay and Vienna Beach and the area off Bunutan Beach. The main advantage of snorkeling in Amed is that in a space of about 8-10km of driving you can see so many different aspects of coral, both soft and hard, and the variety of fish is incredible. Generally the visibility is better in the morning and during the drier part of the year. The currents are variable depending on the tides and phases of the moon, though if you are not sure ask a local and they will advise if you should venture out too far. It is highly recomend that a visit to Amed is a must if you are into snorkeling.

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