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Jemeluk Beach, Amed

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Beach · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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Walk into the water at Jemeluk Beach, and within a few steps find yourself surrounded by tropical fish of every color. The immediacy of the teeming coral reefs, combined with the shallow water and weak currents, make the bay ideal for beginner snorkelers and divers. Several diving schools operate on site, so you can easily learn or hone your technique. The stoney black sands with boats pulled up all along their length don't favor sunbathers, but they certainly create a picturesque setting for a seaside stroll. You won't go hungry at the beach, with plenty of good restaurants serving up delicious fresh seafood. Please be careful about standing on coral while swimming, as this kills the coral permanently. For Jemeluk Beach and beyond, use our Amed route maker website to get the most from your Amed vacation.
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  • Best Place to Snorkeling and Beginer Diver. Very Low Price/Budget If you want to snorkeling with a beautifull scenery at 9 am-12 pm 
    Best Place to Snorkeling and Beginer Diver. Very Low Price/Budget If you want to snorkeling with a beautifull scenery at 9 am-12 pm  more »
  • I love Jemuluk. As a snorkeller, it is so easy to swim the short distance to any of the reefs. Free divers also enjoy the reefs. Restaurants along the beach provide sunbeds as long as you buy... 
    I love Jemuluk. As a snorkeller, it is so easy to swim the short distance to any of the reefs. Free divers also enjoy the reefs. Restaurants along the beach provide sunbeds as long as you buy...  more »
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  • Great place for snorkelling. Very calm, no waves. Can snorkel from the beach. The beach isn’t the most beautiful. But underwater life was great, we saw coral and lots of different fish species. 1. Keep to the right of the bay for the best snorkelling. 2. Visit the black buoy (centre right of the beach) to see the underwater temple. You can see it snorkelling at the surface, or dive down and explore. 3. If you haven’t got a snorkel you can hire from the beach vendors. We hired a mask and goggles for 25K. Presume the price increases with fins? 4. Our beach vendor had free wifi and loungers for customers. Great for the price of a couple of drinks.
  • Beautiful sunrise, calm beach, nice for snorkeling. Enjoyed my breakfast here.

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