Jemeluk Beach, Bali

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Jemeluk Beach, Bali - Address

Address: Jalan Amed, Bunutan, Abang, Kabupaten Karangasem, Bali 80852, Indonesia

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This pretty beach is in Purwakerti Village. Its lovely landscape is worth strolling over, canoeing, and taking photographs of. The beach is clean, the water is clear and shallow. For all that it looks pretty on the outside, the main beauty of this beach lines under its waves. The marine life here living in the beautiful coral is exotic and colorful, and it is one of the best places on the island go snorkeling. There’s usually someone close to the parking lot renting out snorkelling gear if you haven’t got your own. There are some simple accommodations around the beach if you feel like staying overnight and exploring the marine world more thoroughly the next day. Check out the Jemeluk Viewpoint to the east and the Amed Beach to the west.

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  • Favorit place for snorkeling in Bali with beautiful marine life is a magnet to attract tourist to come here.

  • Beautiful corals and so much marine life. There is no shade on the beach except for the sun loungers you have to pay for (after also paying for parking and back entry) Sellers are friendly enough but you do feel harassed after a while. We were continuously offered bracelets, transport and evening beach bbqs

  • Jemeluk's is a black sand beach, the sea is very clear and although the water doesn't get too deep for a while, it's deep enough near the shore to have a bath. There are a few structures that provide sun beds and umbrellas for free if one but buys drinks or food. Overall it's not bad, but it's nothing spectacular. If you end up there and have time it's worth a visit, but honestly I wouldn't suggest to spend long in Amed or Jemeluk.

  • Amazing point of vue, on the volcano and the bay. If you go diving there it would be one of your best experience for sure.

  • Probably the best snorkelling in amed with nice reefs and sunken budhha

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