Amed & Tulamben Diving
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What you should know
Fly straight to Ngurah Rai International Airport (Denpasar). Most of the courses include pick up from your accommodation. Alternately, you may rent a private car transfer from the airport, it will take you on a 2-3 hours journey to reach there. Public transport is another alternative, it will get you to the east side (Diving Heaven) of Bali in 3 hours.
Yes, in order to get a diving certification. For leisure dives, unless you know the area well, it would be best to go with a guide who can show you the best spots!
- Better chance to spot animals
- Good weather
The differences include the level of diving courses based on ability and certification and dive locations. But all options will allow you to have the incredible experience of diving in the vast oceans of Amed and Tulamben population with marine life and adventure!
There are many things to do in East Bali — check out the bat cave, known as one of Bali's most sacred temples, otherwise climb to Lembuyang if you're up for a challenge. There's about 1,700 steep steps you have to take before you get to the top but the amazing views are well worth it.
Avoid having dive lessons on the day you fly! The drastic change in pressure and altitude can be really dangerous.