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Amed Tours

Amed
Best known for the USS Liberty shipwreck, Amed Beach is a charming strip that extends around 9 miles (14 kilometers) along the east Bali coast. Coral reef offshore provides the majority of the area’s attractions—snorkeling, free diving, and scuba diving—but you can also practice yoga, make silver jewelry, or visit traditional salt farms.

The Basics
Many travelers choose to stay several nights in Amed to appreciate the town’s laid-back vibe, enjoy the pretty jukung outrigger boats that line the shore, and get a handle on that magical coral reef. Amed Beach tours almost always focus on the USS Liberty shipwreck, a World War II–era wreck sunk just off nearby Tulamben. The traditional salt farms not far from Amed are an occasional stop on east Bali tours.

Things to Know Before You Go
  • Amed is a must-visit for scuba divers, many of whom base themselves here to explore dive sites including the USS Liberty.
  • A sleepy town, Amed Beach provides a sweet escape from the hustle and hassles of south Bali.
  • Amed Beach is divided into a number of subdistricts, including Jemeluk, Bunutan, and Lipah.
  • Hills around Amed can be steep. If driving, be sure your rental car has power.

How to Get There
Amed sprawls along the east Bali coastline, more than two hours’ drive northeast of Sanur, in the shadow of the volcano Mt. Agung. The Perama shuttle bus connects travelers to Kuta, Sanur, Ubud, Tulamben, Tirta Gangga, Padangbai, and Candidasa. This is both safer and, often, quicker than driving.

When to Get There
Amed Beach is at its most charming during the dry season, roughly May to September, but has its appeal during the wet season as well. Plastic trash in the water can be an issue at the height of the wet season, roughly January through March. If you plan to dive the USS Liberty, try to avoid visiting during the tourist peak season in July and August.

Snorkeling and Diving in Amed Beach
Amed’s best-known dive site is the USS Liberty, which is at Tulamben, yet the coral has plenty to offer both scuba divers and snorkelers. The Japanese wreck is a less visited wreck dive, while Deep Blue is a drift dive along a wall. A challenging site, Gili Selang offers the possibility of sighting sharks and other big pelagic fish.
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10 Tours and Activities to Experience Amed

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Bali Snorkeling Tour at Amed

Bali Snorkeling Tour at Amed

The secluded Amed has been the perfect destination for those who seek for a moment of peace and quiet. Do not expect that Amed will have white sand beach because Amed is different. The exotic black sand beach combined with the great Mount Agung as the backdrop makes the Amed is undoubted wow! What lies beneath its waves is also more spectacular. Join this tour, revel the underwater secrets there, and enjoy the bunch of benefits such as free transfer service, guide, snorkeling equipment, lunch, and fresh drink!
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  • 2 hours
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$100.00
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$100.00
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Amed 1 Day Diving Trip - For Certified Diver

Amed 1 Day Diving Trip - For Certified Diver

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Observe the beautiful coral gardens, underwater pyramid and diverse marine life in Amed Bay! Located on the northeast coast of Bali, Amed is home to some of the most vibrant dive sites in the island of Bali such as Jemeluk Bay and Gili Selang. This site has excellent visibility with minimal currents, making it suitable for divers of all levels and ages. Amed has a wide range of sightings that includes coral gardens, macro life, drop-off points and even man-made corals in the shape of pyramids.
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  • 1 day
  • Free Cancellation
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$125.00
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$125.00

Bali VW Jeep Tour: Journey to the Exotic Eastern Beaches

Bali VW Jeep Tour: Journey to the Exotic Eastern Beaches

Exploring southern Bali may be an ordinary plan. Why don't you try to travel to the east? With a classic topless VW 181, it will be a more exciting holiday with your beloved person. Start your day by visiting the sacred bat cave of Goa Lawah. Next, head to the Balinese water palace of Tirta Gangga through Manggis Village, where you could have a photo stop here with a scenic background. Afterward, Enjoy the snorkeling time in Amed Beach and have lunch at the picturesque beachfront restaurant. Hey! The trip will still go on. Through Amlapura, travel to the hidden treasure of White Sand Beach, and the incredible Black Sand Beach afterward. Never miss having a unique exploration with the classic VW Jeep Tour to the east of Bali.
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  • 10 hours
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$110.00
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$110.00

Bali cheap tour package 4 days 3 nights

Bali cheap tour package 4 days 3 nights

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1st Day Destination >> Journey to Ubud Pick up : 08.30am 2nd Day Destination >> Journey to Candidasa Pick up : On request 3rd Day Destination >> Journey to Lovina Pick up : On request 4th Day Destination >> Journey to Tanah Lot Pick up : 06.00am
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  • 4 days
  • Free Cancellation
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$320.52
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$320.52

Fun Diving in Amed and surroundings!

Fun Diving in Amed and surroundings!

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We will provide you with the personal, caring and attentive Instructor service we all need and want to explore new underwater scenarios! Our experienced team will help you to dive, explain and take care of you, and most probably in your own language!
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  • 4 hours 30 minutes
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$85.07
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$85.07
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Amed Sunset Tour - East Bali Day Trip

Amed Sunset Tour - East Bali Day Trip

The journey will explore the East Bali. We will take you to visit Taman Ujung Garden, it’s as Taman Soekasada Ujung by the Balinese, this was once a private retreat of I Gusti Bagus Jelantik. Then we will take you to visit White Sandy Beach, the beach is the one of the nicest beaches in Bali, the beach is clear white. The last site during Amed Sunset Tour is visit Amed Sunset Point to enjoy the view this beach from several spot points with spectacular view of the ocean and sunset.
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$35.00
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7D6N Bali Countryside Tour: Beaches, Trekking, Cycling & Cooking Class

7D6N Bali Countryside Tour: Beaches, Trekking, Cycling & Cooking Class

Enjoy this 7D6N exciting tour of Bali and experience the highlights of rural Balinese life. Discover off beaten tracks to the eastern part of Bali with VW Car. Witness the beauty of Goa Lawah, Tirta Gangga Water Palace, Amed Beach and Black Sand Beach during the VW tour. The next day, collect dozens instagramable photo at Wanagiri Hidden Hill, Handara Gate, Ulundanu Temple and Banyumala Twin Waterfall. Take a journey through Ubud with a visit to traditional market take 2.5 hours cooking class. Afterwards explore Tegalalang rice paddy and Ubud Palace. Take a journey through Ubud with a short visit to traditional morning market then learn all the secrets to cook Balinese cuisine on a 3 hours cooking class. Afterwards explore Tegalalang rice paddy and Ubud Palace. Discover the less-traveled roads in Kintamani and bike through Balinese village, temple, rice field, plantation, and forest area. Next day, hike to the summit of Mount Batur and marvel the sun as it sets from Batur summit.
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  • 7 days
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$535.00
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$535.00
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East Coast of Bali Snorkeling Tour

East Coast of Bali Snorkeling Tour

Explore of Bali’s 3 best snorkelling spots and you’ll discover pristine reefs in crystal clear water, WWII shipwrecks, baby sharks and giant mantas, and the coral reef in Bali! Blue Lagoon is a great snorkeling spot for families and beginner snorkelers since the waters are extremely calm when the weather at normal condition. It is a very nice chance to see the marine life. Amed and Tulamben is probably the most famous destination among divers in Bali. You will be amazed by the view of the majestic Agung Volcano as well as the unique black sandy beaches.
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$35.00
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$35.00
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Taking safety measures

5 Days Bali Classic VW Tour: East Bali, West Bali & Batur Trekking

5 Days Bali Classic VW Tour: East Bali, West Bali & Batur Trekking

Discover the secret and unique places in Bali on board classic jeep/ VW cars. Wander around the eastern part of Bali with a classic car journey to Goa lawah and the picturesque Tirta Gangga. Afterward, soak up in the sun at Amed Beach, White Sand Beach and Black Sand Beach. Next day you’ll explore the breathtaking wonders of West Bali. Get pick up right and your hotel then began your tour with a visit to Tanah Lot Temple and Batukaru Temple. Then] gaze upon the natural wonder of Jatiluwih Rice Terrace, one of the UNESCO Heritage Sites in Bali. You’ll also visit the most iconic palace in Bali, Ulun Danu Bratan Temple. Unleash your adventure seeker with a 4WD journey to Mount Batur. Explore its famous black lava from the eruption that occurred hundreds of years ago. Afterward, chill out at the nearby hot springs and coffee plantation.
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  • 5 days
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$440.00
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$440.00
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Best of Bali 5 Days Around Bali Tours

Best of Bali 5 Days Around Bali Tours

To cover your limited visiting time in Bali, I have designed a great overnight tour to explore Bali's famous tourist sites and spectacular countryside panorama, best snorkeling spots, great temples and learning the lifestyle of the local. Itineraries are very flexible and subject to change as sometimes we might spend sometime in a village to witness a ceremony or temple procession. This is Bali where unexpected events could be encountered in the villages.
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  • 5 days
  • Free Cancellation
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$649.04
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