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Amed Bali Scuba Diving Centre

Get ready to dive...
here's a taste of our
beautiful dive sites!

The Pyramids

Depth: 3-40 m  |  Currents: Mild  to Moderate  |  Good for Beginners

A series of stunning artificial coral reefs in the shape of you

guessed it - pyramids!  These structures are teaming with

aquatic life and beautiful, healthy, thriving coral making this

dive site a must do when diving in Bali.

What will you see?

Blue spot stingrays in abundance, moray eels,

reef sharks, turtles, schooling jacks,  leafy scorpion fish,

stone fish, nudibranchs and so much more

Pyramids Dive Site Amed Bali Diving With Jim
Jemeluk 
Bunutan Drift

Depth: 5-35 m | Currents: Mild to Moderate Drift | Great for All Divers

Hop on a jukung and in about 15 minutes you'll drop into this gorgeous dive site.  It's a mild to moderate drift where the current will take you on a tour of our healthy coral reefs and giant barrel sponges.

What will you see? 

Schooling jacks and barracuda, giant trevally, Hawksbill and Green Sea turtles, amazing giant sponges, and lots of different reef fish.  Make sure you look out into the blue as well, you might spots a reef shark or two.

Bunutan Dive Site Amed Bali

Depth: 3-40 m  |  Currents: Mild to Strong  |  Good for All Divers

This dive site boasts amazing coral reefs on a gentle slope.

 

What will you see?

Blue Spot stingrays, reef sharks, Hawksbill

and Green Sea turtles, Bluefin trevally, Redtooth triggerfish,

snapper, fusilier, bannerfish, butterflyfish, Oriental sweetlips,

sponges, scorpionfish, leafy scorpionfish,  nudibranchs and

other macro delights.

Jemeluk Bay Dive Site Amed Bali
Jemeluk Bay
Lipah Bay

Depth: 3-30 m  |  Currents: Mild Drift  |  Great for All Divers

Lipah Bay is a reef shark nursing site.  Our guides will often 

spot baby sharks under the massive tables corals found here so have your camera ready!

What will you see? 

Juvenile and adult reef sharks, Hawksbill and Green Sea turtles,  lionfish,  leafy scorpion fish, frogfish, nudibranchs, ghost pipe fish and many other macro subjects.

Lipah Bay Dive Site Amed Bali
Amed Harbour 

Depth: 3-28 m  |  Currents: Mild  |  Great for All Divers

Lipah This dive site starts with a black sandy slope which is a great muck dive in and of itself, however, if you venture deeper to about 25 metres you'll find the Srikandi Wreck.  It was a fast boat that sunk around six years ago and now is an artifical reef and interesting little wreck dive!

What will you see? 

This is a great muck dive site so you'll see the usual muck dive subjects- nudibranchs, leafy scorpion fish, frogfish, lionfish, Hawksbill and Green Sea turtles, pipe fish and seahorses.

Amed Harbour Wreck Dive Site Bali
Deep Blue

Depth: 6-35 m  |  Currents: Moderate to Strong Drift  |  Great for Experienced Divers

Jump off the jukung and get ready to fly and float along this site with a moderate to strong drift.  This site is recommended for those who are experienced in diving in currents and is a great place to do your drift adventure dive as part of your Advanced Open Water Certification.

 

What will you see?

Currents bring the larger stuff, so you can see reef sharks, schooling reef fish, Hawksbill and Green turtles, moray eels, and amazing hard and soft corals.

Deep Blue Dive Site Amed Bali
Amed Wall Dive Site Bali
Amed Wall

Depth: 10-40 m  |  Currents: Mild   |  Great for All Divers

Amed Wall is a great dive for all experience levels.  It has a flat gently sloping reef full of macro then dropping down to very colourful reefs full of fish, turtles, and the occasional reef shark

What will you see? 

Batfish, Oriental Sweetlips, Nudibranchs, Leafy Scoripon fish, Frog fish, Napoleon Wrasse, reef sharks, schooling jacks and trevally.

The Drop Off Dive Site Amed Bali
The Drop Off

Depth: 10-35 m  |  Currents: Mild Drift |  Great for All Divers

The Drop Off is a great little wall dive that can be a mild to moderate drift depending on the currents.  There's plenty of fish and healthy hard and soft coral to marvel at.

What will you see? 

Blue Spot stingrays, Batfish, Oriental Sweetlips, Nudibranchs, Leafy Scoripon fish, Frog fish, Napoleon Wrasse, reef sharks, schooling jacks and trevally.

Ghost Bay Dive Site Amed Bali
Ghost Bay

Depth: 3-20 m  |  Currents: Mild   |  Great for All Divers

Ghost Bay is an awesome muck dive site to tick off some of those must see tiny critters on your list!  It's a black sand site with minimal coral so a keen eye is needed to spot all the small things.

What will you see? 

Ghost Pipe Fish, seahorses, Frog fish, Harlequin shrimp, Emperor shrimp, nudibranchs, lion fish, stone fish, scorpion fish, Leafy scorpion fish, crabs and octopus.

Japanese Wreck Dive Site Amed Bali
Japanese Wreck

Depth: 3-20 m  |  Currents: Mild   |  Great for All Divers

 

How this boat was shipwrecked here in Amed remains a mystery.  What isn't a mystery is how incredibly beautiful this dive site is.  The wreck lies in the shallows and is covered in soft corals and reef fish, but travel deeper and you'll find nudibranch city.  It really is a dive site for everyone.

What will you see? 

Beautiful, abundant, healthy corals, nudibranchs and flatworms of all shapes and sizes, pygmy seahorse, shrimps, crabs, lionfish and leafy scorpion fish.

Dream Reef Dive Site Amed Bali
Dream Reef

Depth: 3-20 m  |  Currents: Mild   |  Great for All Divers

 

Dream Reef is a fun muck dive site that we have had a hand at creating.  We placed a few artificial reefs at this site and have aspirations to create more.  

What will you see? 

Many nudibranchs and flatworms of all kinds , shrimps, crabs, lionfish and leafy scorpion fish, ornate ghost pipe fish and frog fish.

Gili Selang Dive Site Amed Bali
Gili Selang

Depth: 3-20 m  |  Currents: Strong   |  Great for  Experienced Divers

 

Gili Selang is a small island that we reach via jukung boat.  The currents can be very strong, so it's a site that we will only take divers experienced in current and drift diving to.  The currents bring the big stuff though so it's worth the hectic currents!

What will you see? 

Oceanic and reef sharks, other pelagic species like barracuda, Giant Trevally, healthy corals, Hawksbill and Green Sea Turtles,  Napoleon Wrasse.

Melasti Muck Dive Site Amed Bali
Melasti

Depth: 3-28 m  |  Currents: Mild   |  Great for All Divers

 

Melasti  is our local muck dive site and is just five minutes from our shop. It's a sloping volcanic sand site teeming with a plethora of macro critters. .  

What will you see? 

Harlequin Shrimp, nudibranchs and flatworms of all kinds , octopus, lionfish and leafy scorpion fish, ornate ghost pipe fish and frog fish.

USAT Libert Wreck Dive Site Tulamben Bali
USAT Liberty Wreck

Depth: 3-32 m  |  Currents: Mild   |  Great for All Divers

 

Bali's most famous dive site, and with good reason!  The site is located 20 minutes away via car in Tumalben.  It's a wreck dive, a reef dive, a muck dive, a dive where you can see big stuff, small stuff and everything in between.  Truly a dive site for everyone!

What will you see? 

An amazing WWII Wreck that over time has turned into a magnificent artificial reef - home to turtles, sharks, eels, Ghost Pipe fish, nudibranchs, octopus, electric disco clams, garden eels, Humphead parrot fish...the list is endless of what you will see!

Kubu Boga Wreck Dive Site Tulamben Bali
Kubu Wreck

Depth: 3-40 m  |  Currents: Mild to Moderate   |  Great for Advanced Divers

 

The Boga Wreck is located 25 minutes north of Amed in Tulamben.  A rocky shore entry takes you to this Dutch cargo shipwreck that is fully intact and upright.  It's a great dive site for AOW Adventure dives for the deep and wreck aspects.

What will you see? 

Lionfish and reef fish are abundant on the wreck as well as many types of nudibranchs.  You can still see the ship's wheel and many other artifacts.  In the shallows on your way back to shore you can find Peacock Mantis shrimp, octopus, turtles and Moray and Ribbon eels.

Nusa Lembongan Scuba Dive Trip with Diving With Jim
Nusa Lembongan Trips

We can organise custom trips to dive together at the famous Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Penida dive sites.   

 

The sites accessible from Lembongan give you the chance to see bucket list animals like reef and oceanic Manta Rays, Mola Mola, pelagics like reef sharks, barracuda, yellow fin and dog tooth tuna, Hawksbill and Green Sea Turtles and lots of small stuff if the currents and drifts are slow enough to allow you time to see them. 

 

It's action packed, amazing diving that our crew are experienced with and have dived these sites countless times.  Contact us for more information on your custom Diving with Jim Lembongan experience!

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