Amed Bali

Diving Around Amed

Amed Beach in Bali

Amed is a basically 14-km strip of costal fishing villages in Karangasem Regency on the east coast of Bali, Indonesia located approximately a 2 to 3 hour drive from Ngurah Rai International Airport. It’s a literally world away from the busy tourist places in South Bali such as Kuta, Seminyak and Ubud. Amed is laid back place on the beach, where the main source of revenue for locals is fishin... Read More

Bali Snorkeling Health Benefits

Girl underwater with Fish

Improve Your Health with Snorkeling in Bali

Snorkeling is one of the most fun ways to see the beauty of Bali dive sites without having to leave the surface of the water. Snorkeling is a great fun and interesting form of cardiovascular exercise and muscle strengthening. Snorkeling, with or without fins, is a full body workout. Every movement you make, whether with your arms, legs or back, forces your muscles to... Read More

Benefits of Scuba Diving in Bali

Benefits of Scuba Diving in Bali

Why to Discover Scuba Diving in Bali

The oceans cover 71% of our planet. Down there is an amazing underwater world with its own species, communities and way of life waiting for you to be discovered. Scuba diving is both sport and adventure and it allows you to move freely underwater and it makes you feel you are part of the marine life like no other activity out there. We all know that scuba diving is a very e... Read More

Scuba Bali Diving Holiday

Scuba Diver under water in Bali

How to Plan Diving Holidays in Bali

The first thing you need to consider when planing a scuba diving holiday in Bali is how much diving in Bali you actually like to do. Some holiday programs let you enjoy one or two dives a day, others three or four, and some like Bali diving safari even combine diving with another activity. Next important thing is to figur out where in Bali you like to dive and how much you l... Read More

History of Bali

Ganesha Bali

When was Bali first inhabited?

Based on the finding of ancient tools such as hand axes we know that Bali was populated from Palaeolithic times from around 1 milion years BCE by Java Man on of the first know species of Homo erectus. The first wave of Homo Sapiens arrived to Bali around 45 000 BCE when Australoid people migrated south and replaced Homo Erectus on the end of Mesolithic period. From around 3000 BC... Read More

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