Amed is a diver’s paradise and a great place to relax and explore the secrets of Bali’s underwater world. Made up of seven villages that run along Bali’s northern coast, the pace life in this area is slow and you can take the time to sit back and enjoy the breathtaking coastal scenery. Mount Agung, […]
Mount Agung, Bali’s largest volcano and the home of the Gods, provides a dramatic backdrop rising above the small town with its underwater playgrounds, historic shipwrecks, traditional jukung outriggers and azure waters. These traditional fishing villages also used to be an important area for traditional salt farmers.
If you rise early, you can witness dramatic sunrises over Bali’s glistening ocean to start your day off on a high. Next, grab a snorkel or scuba gear and a waterproof camera to capture the breathtaking beauty that lies beneath Amed’s waters. Most visitors to Ahmed are attracted by the “USS Liberty”, a historic shipwreck in Tulamben Bay that is home to tropical fish, sea turtles, reef tip sharks, rays and vibrant coral gardens. Only developed for tourism since 2000, the landscape is still relatively unspoilt with lush palm trees, green rice terraces and magnificent rolling hills.