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Amed is famous for its beaches, lined with traditional outrigger fishing boats. There is quite coarse black volcanic  sand as they are close to Mount Agung, Bali’s largest volcano is very popular with divers and snorkelers and a favourite honeymoon destination.

The village of Amed is the first village to cater when heading into the area from Culik and is followed by Jemeluk, Bunutan, Lipah, Lean, Selang, Banyuning and Aas.

It is the perfect location to catch a fast boat to the popular Gili islands, which backpackers love for the chilled-out scene, fun parties and its famous sea-swing Departing from Amed,  to Gili Trawangan only takes an hour.

The views of the ocean and the holy active volcano Mount Agung are just breathtaking and it comes as no surprise that each and every visitor that sets foot on these sacred lands, falls in love with this quite traditional village.

It remains somewhat of a hidden gem, with a laidback vibe holding on to tradition.


Getting Around in Amed

While Amed town is relatively small and easy to navigate, rent a scooter so you can conveniently explore the attractions further afield. Car hire with or without driver are available at the hotel.


Amed is a boasting stunning natural land scapes in the east of the Bali island, with rich underwater and close to Mount Agung, Bali's largest volcano.

There are many things to do in Amed, and please contact our front office for any help.


What To Do in Amed :

Get ready for the ultimate Amed guide and get into the fun and cool places for adventurous, the great outdoors, from mountain hikes to marine adventures.

Go Snorkelling

Amed is renowned for its snorkeling. If you’re at one of Amed’s beaches, why not explore the coastline’s many pretty underwater spots.
Jemeluk Bay is a well-reputed snorkeling location thanks to its vibrant marine life and its incredible underwater temple and sculptures. Other popular areas to snorkel include Lipah Beach which has many vivid coral formations.The unspoiled coral and colourful marine life make this area an underwater paradise, even if you’re a novice snorkeller.

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Diving : Explore one of the world’s best shipwreck dive sites

A 35 minute drive from Amed is Tulamben, which is home to the USAT Liberty (better known as USS Liberty) shipwreck. This is known as one of the world’s top dive sites. The best thing is, it’s even suitable for total beginners who are new to scuba diving.
After being torpedoed by a Japanese submarine during World War II, the remains of the US Army cargo ship originally lay on the beach. When Mount Agung erupted two decades later, the tremors caused the shipwreck to slip into the sea. As it is still in relatively shallow waters, it’s easily accessible by fun divers.

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Climb Mount Agung

Mount Agung is the 3031 meter tall volcano is the highest point on the island.
Most people do the climb very early to take advantage of the coolness of the night and to reach the summit just in time to view the sunrise over Lombok and the Gili Islands across the sea. You need to be fit to climb the volcano and it is recommended to bring a guide unless you are an experienced climber.

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Canoe in Jemeluk Bay

In Jemeluk Bay, next to Apneista free diving school, there is a small place where you can rent canoe, which is a fun way to explore the bay. No instructions are given, but most people pick up the technique quickly as the canoe are relative large and stable.

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Yoga in Amed

Amed has found its way into the map as one of the places to find yoga. Making a Bali yoga retreat in Amed more than just a trip is one way of seeing to it that you benefit from the same. This makes it important to define your goal which may include getting fit, realizing your potential, finding happiness, or losing weight among others.

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Fishing in Amed is very sustainable as local fishermen use mostly lines to catch open ocean fish such as Mahi-Mahi, Bonitoes or Mackerels. Go out on one of the traditional fishing boats, the jukung, and experience the life of a Balinese fisherman.

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