Amed is recommended for the particular atmosphere of its wall dives, The Wall at the Jemeluk Bay is a series of short, jagged walls dotted with large Barrel sponges and a variety of sea fans. You can either enter from a easy sandy shore walk in or if you don’t want to swim a long way to reach the wall, take local Jukung Boat then drifting along the wall, gradually you will make your way along the steep wall, passing giant and ancient gorgonians that cover massive rocks, colorful fish darting about in the blue, trevally hunting for their next meal, and observing you from beneath your fins is the tiny pink pygmy seahorse, at a minuscule height of 6mm. The shallower part of the wall can offer hard and soft corals, sponges, scorpionfish, nudi branch and other macro critters. The current here is often calm, and the maximum depth can reach 40m.
Divers of all levels
Here you can expect to see an occasional big trevally as well as small schools of bluefin trevally, red tooth triggerfish, snapper, fusilier, gorgonians, bannerfish, and butterflyfish, scorpionfish, nudi branch and other macro critters.