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What we say: 4 stars

An abundance of dive sites around the Amed area are highly regarded such as Gili Selang, Batu Kelebit and the Tulamben shipwreck with drop offs, coral gardens and an abundance of pelagics.

For those without PADI certification, diving is possible in the Jemeluk bay where you'll see much the same as you would if you were snorkelling. The second of the introductory dives can be conducted elsewhere and the cost for both dives is about US$100.

For those already certified, two dives in the local area can be had for about US$75 and includes transport to and from your hotel, food and drink and experienced diving instructors. There is also a range of courses on offer ranging from US$275 for a scuba diver course to US$750 for the dive master course.

These prices are negotiable and other dive operators in town are able to provide even cheaper alternatives.

The two operators with the most experience in Amed are Euro-Dive and Eco-Dive.

Eco-Dive: Jalan Raya Jemeluk T: (0363) 23 482 http://www.ecodivebali.com
Euro-Dive: Jalan Raya Lipah T: (0363) 23 605 http://www.eurodivebali.com

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