Amed Dive Guide

Amed sits on the northern edge of the very eastern tip of Bali, just a few kilometers to the east of the Tulamben area. Amed actually encompasses a whole string of little beach villages. These are still mostly fishing villages, so those that want to lie on the beach will have to find space between the traditional jukung fishing boats, which usually put to sea late at night or in the wee hours of the morning, and return with their catch around sunrise.

The Amed area is very popular with scuba divers, who come to dive the reefs of the area, as well as the Liberty Wreck in neighboring Tulamben. There are a half-dozen or so dive shops in Amed, as well as several hotels and resorts that cater to divers.

Amed Dive Resorts

The Amed area has seen a bit of an explosion in development since 2010 and there are now a number of resorts in the area, not all of which cater to divers. Some just offer visitors an opportunity for a beach stay far away from the noisy hoardes of tourists that plague south Bali.

Amed Dive Shops

There are probably more than half a dozen dive operators in the Amed area. All can organize trips to any of the dive sites in the area. See below for a selection of those that have web sites. If you're not staying in the Amed area, any of the south Bali dive shops can organize trips to the Amed and Tulamben sites.

Adventure Divers
European and Balinese owned SSI dive resort.
Euro Dive
Long-time PADI Dive Center with German management, and French, English, German, Hungarian and Indonesian instructors / dive masters.