Amed Hike & Snorkel

From US$85/person
Duration
12.5 hours
Bookable until
31 Dec 2024

Overview

An early 05.00 start takes us up the east coast of Bali past Candi Dasa and then along the spectacular coastal road of the north east corner of Bali to the reknowned Snorkeling/SCUBA area of Amed.

Your hike starts at about 08.00 up the hills behind a small village to the east of the main Amed tourist area. If the skies are clear you will have incredible views to the east across to the island of Lombok and its biggest mountain, Mt Rinjani whilst to the west you will see Bali's biggest Mountain/Volcano, Mt Agung.

At the end of your hike your car will collect you from the top of the hills and take you back down to the coast for a rest and morning tea.

Your first snorkeling is at the Japanese shipwreck site followed by a delicious lunch a Gusto Resto overlooking the bright blue Bali Sea.

After lunch we'll head to Jemeluk bay for more snorkeling amongst the colorful reefs with lots of interesting marine life, before heading back to south Bali by 14.45. We will arrive back in the Kuta area by approximately 17.30


Included

  • Car with English speaking driver
  • Lunch at Gusto Resto including Main, entree or desert and one soft drink, juice or small beer. Note: As you will be choosing your menu items, those with special dietary needs or allergies can order items suitable to their requirements.
  • Hiking & Snorkeling guides and snorkeling equipment
  • Water & Snacks for car trip

FAQs

Bring a good pair of walking shoes, swimming gear, change of clothes, sun cream, hat, rain jacket, a small backpack and maybe some snacks for the walk

This hike takes you up a hill with a medium incline with a walking time of 2-2.5 hours. A moderate level of fitness should suffice.

Yes you can however this is a big day and we suggest leaving early so that you can start the hike when its not too hot and before the rain that sometimes builds up by the middle of the day

Most mornings are suitable for hiking in this area. The only thing that would affect a planned walk is very heavy rain if doing the Mountain walk.

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