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Bali, Amed, Eco Dive

Bali, Amed, Eco Dive


ECO-DIVE located in the remote fishing village of Amed (East Bali) is the best place to begin your exploration of this magical island both above and below the water. Owned by two PADI instructors with over 40 years combined diving experience, including 15 years in Indonesia, and a team of local dive masters we offer dive trips to the best sites in Bali in addition to a full range of courses from Open Water to Instructor. Our focus is upon preserving the natural beauty of Bali and sharing it with you, our guests. Amed is a traditional cultural center with only minor influences from tourism. Here you can still see young girls learning Balinese dance at informal sessions on the beach while village boys practice traditional music and fishermen sail their outrigger canoes out at sunset to catch your dinner. Come dive and relax in this undeveloped and unspoiled corner of paradise! Accommodation is available at our bungalows on Jemeluk Beach or via arrangement with other local resorts. Our staff will help you find the perfect room for the best price and recommend restaurants and entertainment including trekking, temple excursions and day trips to all of Bali’s best destinations. Whatever you are seeking on your visit to Bali our staff will help you find it. Come to ECO-DIVE first and experience the wonder of the “morning of the world”.

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