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Reviewed 19 August 2019 via mobile

I rented a boat that took me to this beach where I had the chance to go snorkeling. The sea bed is just amazing. It’s full of blue starfish and all kinds of fish.

Date of experience: August 2019
1  Thank RosiePhillips
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Reviewed 18 August 2019

Near Blue Star bungalow the snorkelling is very good. Clear water, good variety of coral, lots of fish, very minimal current.

Date of experience: August 2019
2  Thank Randali_Orange
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Reviewed 11 August 2019

The snorkelling in Amed Bay is really good launching in front of Camessa Hotel and swimming East until reaching BarRacuda. Jemeluck Bay is 15 min walk East from there. The snorkelling here is Excellent! The diversity of fish and corals is amazing. The waters are relatively calm and the visibility is excellent. With increased numbers of visitors, however, there is risk that the beauty may soon be diminished. Taking care of the environment should be a priority for all of us who have the privilege of visiting such a site.
PLEASE DO NOT STEP ON THE CORALS
Although a lot of them look like rocks they are actually fragile living creatures and stepping on then kills them and/or destroys their environment. Coral structures take hundreds of years to form, but they can be destroyed in a second.
If you get tired, swim away from the corals and then stand up on soft sediments or on rocks not encrusted with organisms.
If you can’t swim for long, practice snorkelling for a while close to the shore (where the coral has been already damaged ). You will see that as you get more confident you will not need to put your feet down at all. Proper snorkelling gear is advised to help you enjoy the experience. Fins will help you to move relaxedly and you will get less tired. They are also great help if you are caught in a current. They are relatively inexpensive. Mind however that with the fins you are now forty cm taller! This is important because you can inadvertently damage the coral with the fins!

Date of experience: June 2019
3  Thank EvelinaF66
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Reviewed 25 July 2019

We spent two afternoons at Jemeluk snorkeling and playing here. It was comfortable but would love to see: 1) more awareness taught to tourists about not touching and standing on the coral reefs, 2) more paddleboard availability and 3) less harrassing by the local vendors... once we say no, please don't ask 10 more times!

Date of experience: July 2019
1  Thank californiaalysa
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Reviewed 20 July 2019 via mobile

Fantastic snorkeling off the beach.
Black sand.
Not too many boats.
Choose a warung for a day and as long as you buy drinks and/or lunch the sun lounger is free.
We spent two full days here and wished we had more time.

Date of experience: July 2019
Thank lucym92
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