The sheltered and calm waters of Jemeluk Bay are an ideal introduction site for scuba diving in the Amed area.
Along with a myriad of beautiful coral fish, the sites are also great for macro life with seahorses, ghost pipefish, frogfish, crabs, shrimps and loads of nudibranchs. Keep an eye out for turtles and reef sharks that are often seen here in the deeper parts.
Towards the end of the dive head back to the coral garden that sits in five to ten meters. The area is full of beautiful healthy corals and a great place to be as we conduct our safety stop.
This site is also really popular with snorkelers who can enjoy the shallow waters over the spectacular coral garden.