Diving Pyramid Amed
This dive site is named after the thirty pyramids that were immersed in it many years ago. It’s a very nice drift dive where you can see many underwater species. You’ll find clear water all year round and enjoy the mild current. You won’t need to swim too hard here.
It starts with garden eels then multiple blue spotted stingrays, pygmy Bargibanti seahorses, leaf and frogfish, and a large number of colorful fish. You often find sea turtles at the end of the dive and some occasional white-tip sharks. A second wall allows us to discover many corals in the 35-meter area. If you need to do a deep diving speciality we’re here for you at Plouf Diving Bali. It’s a perfect dive to familiarize yourself with more sportive drift dives. Photographers will love this dive.
Diving Pyramid: Depth 0 to 40 M, Current: low to mid, Difficulty: easy, Type: boat drift