Bunutan beach, one of the prettiest diversity of Amed, very good stretch among Bedulu resort and hotel Santai.a 10-minute boat trip from the main beach on Amed, Bunutan is a sandy slope with occasional huge coral bommies. Starts at an eel garden, following a gentle glide we stumble upon amazingly massive sponges, many blue spotted rays, lovely pink gorgonians, barracudas, moray eels, lionfish, nudibranchs, unbelievably plenty of reef fish and most of the time there are two residential white tip reef sharks, too. The pleasant corals at 25- 30m. There are few good drift dives further east at Selang and Bunutan, however, these are normally best suited to more skilled divers.
Macro Amed Diving to even fantastic macro creatures always have something special and unpredictable.numerous macro pictures dive sites around Amed Diving. A terrific alternative to the more commonplace Seraya and Tulamben muck diving sites, probabilities to see a frogfish, ornate ghost pipefish, wonderful octopus, longarm octopus.
5-minute boat trip to get there from Amed beach, placed outside Jumeluk Bay. The wall could be very beautiful with excellent coral and exquisite gorgonians, it plunges right down to about 40M at its base. In case you dive deeper round 30m, you could have the chance to spot the well-known and rare pygmy seahorse.
The depth is 10-35 meters with 15-30 meters common visibility. Despite the fact that the wall itself is a relatively small part of the dive, right here you may normally find white tip reef sharks, napoleon wrasse, school of batfish, and a few giant trevally. After you pass the wall you may discover a deep slope that’s rich with corals. If you turn right in the direction of shallower water, you will see big bommies on the sand, covered with gorgonians.
5 mins from the main beach in Amed, Pyramids is a sandy slope leading right down to a series of artificial reef forms like a pyramid. They may be produced from a combination of tires and metal containers and house some splendid macro life. If you get far enough along the site in order to turn the corner, the sandy backside turns into a lovely wall where there may be occasionally a terrific chance to spot turtles
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