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  • cd1975
    Harrington, Australia94 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Great array of coral and marine life just a few seconds from the shore. My 8 year old son and I love this coral cay

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    Written 19 July 2023
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  • Worldwide
    Greater Melbourne, Australia40 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Black sand beach with coral, tropical fish and elusive turtles. Most of the activities are at the Vienna Hotel end of the beach, but there is still enough to see for the length of the entire beach.
    Unfortunately, there is rubbish in the water and on the sand, but if everyone picks up a bag full, then it can be kept under control.
    You can take trips on local fishing boats from this location.
    There are places to hire snorkeling gear and several warungs along the beach.
    Written 16 April 2024
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  • Emily P
    73 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    It was the first ever shipwreck I have seen underwater. It seemed not too big. The good thing is that it isn’t a dismal scenery (this is what one can expect from a shipwreck just by its nature). There are colourful corals and fished, and other snorklers and divers having a good time. It lies really close to the surface and the shore. The cafe on the shore is magnificent, the staff really cares, and their tempe coconut curry was absolutely fantastic. And great Balinese smiles and vibe!
    Written 16 June 2024
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  • Cassandre
    7 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Really good to go on the nearby islands. There is a shuttle bus that comes to get you and your luggage from your hotel and drops you by the boat. Really quick and efficient. It is however cheeper if you book before from someone able to get you a ticket.
    Written 15 November 2022
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  • ScubaDiBali
    Bali, Indonesia54 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We have visited Dana S. many times in his exhibition rooms and his atelier as well. Over time we bought several big paintings which embellish our home in Bali. Dana S. is a master of creating wideness, tranquility and light. The different colors he uses in his paintings are overwhelmingly intense and are illuminating the painted scenes with a unique brightness. We love both him and his paintings.
    Written 4 October 2017
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  • surferbrendan
    Fremantle, Australia73 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    I was told by a local that the Pyramid man made reef was one of the better snorkeling spots in Amed and was not disappointed. The man made pyramid structures I came across sit at around 15-20metres in depth so would be to deep for the average snorkeler although the natural coral/reef nearby is beautiful and filled with fish.
    If you're lucky you will get to see a turtle and eels like I did :)
    Written 17 November 2019
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  • Zimminaroundtheworld
    Okinawa Prefecture, Japan1,950 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I didn't hike Mt. Agung or anything. I stayed in Amed for several days and was blessed to see the volcano on a daily basis. I am amazed by volcanoes and love seeing the clouds and weather patterns change throughout the day. Usually in mornings and late evenings it made an appearance but during the day it was mostly cloud covered. I recommend snorkeling at Amed Beach, you get awesome views of Mt. Agung from the water.
    Written 5 January 2024
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  • zoolita
    Sopot, Poland4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    I’ll tell you something I should have heard before the course: freediving can be addictive, so if your current life makes frequent freediving impossible, be careful. (Unless you are ready to change things to accommodate it.) If you cannot afford to be spaced out, daydreaming about freediving — don’t mess with it. Trust me — better don’t. But, if you really need to do it, Apneista is where you should go. When I came there (for the level 1 course) I was sh*t-scared of open water and apnea. But I eased into it as the course offers a lot of knowledge and practices that help put you in the right state of mind — they take anxiety seriously. All of the staff is truly welcoming. Most importantly, my instructors, Niky and Reeve — freakin' aquamen — were supportive and made the open water sessions feel very safe, smooth, and really fun. They’ve created good conditions for me to tame the anxiety, so by the end of the second day I got deeper than I had expected I would, but most of all, I have enjoyed every meter. I used to be skeptical about visualization, but I’m sold now. Amazing how powerful one good breath can be, and what one’s body is capable of in a relaxed state. Besides that, I find the insights and methods to be quite helpful also outside of freediving, for me particularly in rock climbing.
    I’m mind-blown and very grateful! Joining the Apneista course was hands down best gift I could have given myself. I wasn’t paid to write this, I swear.
    Written 23 May 2024
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  • Natalie W
    Perth, Australia28 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    There are plenty of fast boats plying the waters between Bali and the Gilli Islands and Lombok but only a couple head for peaceful Amed on the east coast of Bali. The main problem with Pacha express was that it did not have an office on the main island and therefore, you don't know where the boat is going to come ashore. I almost missed it because it was hidden by a much larger boat. The boat visits each of the three Gilli islands then heads for Bangsal on the Lombok coast before heading across the straight to Jemeluk Bay, Amed, Bali. It is never as crowded as the better known destinations. Amed is what Gilli Trawangan was 10 years ago....beach bum territory but with way better snorkeling.
    Written 15 July 2017
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  • FaXi73
    Adelaide, Australia46 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    We had twice one hour Balinese massages and on both days they picked us up from our accomodation on time, dropped as back home afterwards and we were both very satisfied with the quality of the treatment.
    Written 27 April 2024
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