Amed Reef Dive Site

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Amed’s sloping coral reefs around Cemeluk Bay have impressive fish life and offer offers shallow and sheltered slopes compared to the strong currents experienced in the Lombok Strait.

All the usual reef fish can be seen in the staghorn coral including black and white snapper, fusilier, parrotfish, flutefish, lionfish, pufferfish and giant morays. Ribbon eels and mantis shrimps can also be found on the rubble bottom. Blue spotted stingrays can be seen hiding in the sand with just their eyed protruding.

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