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"A bit choppy, but fast"
Good service, with pickup from the hotel available even when booked through Direct Ferries - just make sure to reach out to the company directly. Would not recommend sitting near the front if one of your party is at all sensitive to choppy seas as the boat is fast and it can feel like taking off in a plane at times.Read More Read Less
Amed is made up of a long coastal strip of fishing villages on the popular tourist island of Bali. The west Indonesian island is rewarded with an all year round tropical climate as it sits just south of the equator. The tropical conditions can be enjoyed from the silk sanded beaches which line the coastline.
The east Bali town is famed for its scuba diving and snorkelling, offering diverse marine life and coral-laden coast. It’s an underwater playground for ardent divers and adventurous travellers, with the relaxed atmosphere making it the ideal place for a rustic Bali retreat. The coastline is lined with colourful outrigger boats and the shoreline offers the perfect spot for dramatic sunrises which reflect of the glistening Balinese waves.
The ferry terminal is small but ideal for island hopping visitors who are heading east to the Indonesian province of West Nusa Tenggara. Public transport is limited in Amed but you can get around in Perama shuttle buses which you can privately hire locally. The road network is minimal with travel to neighbouring towns limited to a single narrow road between them.
There are regular fast ferries to destinations in the Coral Triangle, the richest centre of marine life in the world. Amed regularly services Gili Trawangan, Gili Air and Bangsal with journeys ranging from an hour, to an hour and a half in length.