Scuba Diving and Snorkeling@Amed

This newly discovered fishing village is one of the last well-preserved diving spots around Bali. The water in this side of the island is turquoise blue, which strikes beautifully when contrasted to the black sands of Amed. Aside from snorkeling and diving, Amed is also the habitat of rare species such as the Ghost Pipefish, Pygmy Seahorse and the extremely rare mimic octopus. So if you’re one that loves sea creatures and it’s your lucky day, you never know what you may just bump into!