Jemeluk is one of the most visited snorkeling spots in Bali due to its healthy coral reefs, providing abundant fish species. Gained its fame as a beautiful black sand beach located in Amed, its calm and clear waters paired with magnificent coral reefs make it a great snorkeling spot. The atmosphere is both relaxing and mystifying with the majestic Mount Agung looming in the background as you step foot on Jemeluk. Snorkeling here at Jemeluk, you will find many boats traveling to this location, making this a destination where the crowds will gather. Therefore, preservation measures are always taken to pRotect marine species on Jemeluk Beach. Nevertheless, swimmers have to be fit in order to swim to the best-preserved areas of the reef. Further down the waters, one can see the spot where Jemeluk is fAmed for an ocean temple known as the “Underwater Post Office.” It is a beautiful sight to behold where photographs are mandatory to capture the beauty of the underwater world.
The vibrant marine life is what entices snorkelers to Jemaluk with well-preserved coral formations and a huge variety of fish. Despite promising a calm snorkeling experience, one can witness unique species of fish, including emperor angelfish, white-spotted boxfish, lined surgeonfish, and large schools of colorful green chromis and yellow damselfish. Lucky snorkelers may even have the opportunity to spot the sea turtles and reef sharks as they go deeper. Altogether, Jemeluk is deemed to be family-friendly, wherewith its calm waters, even kids find it easy to snorkel here as long as parents keep a close eye on them.