Snorkeling Amed

From US$76/Person
Duration
10-11 Hours
Bookable until
31 Dec 2024

Overview

The north east coast of Bali is fringed by coral reefs and black sand beaches providing numerous world class dive sites for you to explore. Lots of colorful coral and interesting marine life awaits you.

A memorable day of snorkeling begins with departure from south Bali by 06.00 for the 2.5 hour drive to your first dive site known as The Japanese Shipwreck.

We will have an early lunch/brunch (approximately 10.15) at Gusto Resto and Cafe overlooking the bright blue waters of the Bali sea before making our way to our second dive site at Jemeluk Bay. Jemeluk Bay usually provides calm protected waters with plenty of coral and fish, easy for children and those who aren't too confident in the open water.

By about 12.30 we will ravel to Tulamben to snorkel the Liberty Shipwreck. The Liberty sits just 30 metres offshore and is usually crowded with many big schools of fish and other sea life.

Departing the Tulamben area by 14.30 will get you back to south Bali (Sanur, Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Nua Dua etc) by about 17.30.


Included

  • Car and English speaking Driver for the day
  • Snorkelling Equipment & Guide
  • Lunch at Gusto Resto including one entree or desert, one main and one soft drink, juice, coffee or tea. Note: As you will be choosing your menu items, those with special dietary needs or allergies can order items suitable to their requirements.
  • Snacks & Water for the drive

FAQs

You need to be comfortable in open water, able to tread water and kick using fins. If you are a poor swimmer or lacking confidence, we can arrange a PFD (Personal Flotation Device/Life Jacket) or you can snorkel in shallow waters. We are lucky that in this area it is possible to see coral and fish in even waist deep water.

Yes, if there is something you would like to change, please let us know. The reason we depart so early is that its a long drive so we need most of the day to fit everything in to the itinerary we have put together.

Sometimes weather conditions might prevent us snorkeling in one location and we may have to change to another more protected location for you to snorkel. On nearly any day of the year, there will be suitable locations for snorkeling somewhere in the Amed-Tulamben area.

Swimming gear (you may also like to bring a t shirt or something similar for swimming in), towel, change of clothes, sun cream, hat

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