About Amed Wall
Amed is located 2:00 drive from Sanur but it's a beautiful road, with Ocean View almost all the way, Rice-fields and Volcano at the end. We dive there in the warm and clear waters of Bunutan, the Pyramids site (40 artificial reefs full of life) and of the Jemeluk wall, a steep drop off (80m), where you will be astonished by the abundance of fish from macro size to much bigger ones. You can often see much larger pelagic fishes passing by in the depth of the drop off. PYRAMIDS: called “Ghost Bay” as well, is a collection of artificial reefs in form of Pyramids, 20 meters deep, created by the local community, 20 years ago, after the passage of El Nino. The JEMELUK Wall dive site is located on the right of the bay, it takes about a 5 minute boat ride (Jukung) to get there from Amed beach. The wall is very beautiful with nice coral and beautiful gorgonians.It’s truly a beautiful spot to watch the hundreds of colorful anthias surging out from the gorgonians in to the current. BUNUTAN is located at a 10 minutes boat ride from the main beach on Amed/Jemeluk. It’s a beautiful dive site with gorgeous and healthy reef. The dive starts with a gentle sandy slope that drops you down at 12 meters to an impressively large numbers of graceful Garden Eels. With good clarity and sunlight they look absolutely breathtaking. Continuing the steeper slope and probably drifting, you will find huge sponges, blue spotted stingrays, beautiful pink gorgonians, morays, giant barracudas, pygmy seahorses, unbelievable quantities of reef fish and, frequently, black tip reef shark. The macro sea life is also abundant: Nudibranchs, pygmy seahorses and other macro critters. Water temperature is normally around 28°C but the up currents can drop the water temperature. Visibility is usually good (18-25m) although sometimes the thermoclines makes the water blurry.
Depth 25 m · Visibility <5.0 m · Site Features : Coral Reef, Wreck, Wall
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