A few minutes walk from the house, there is a sandy beach. You might see a few fishermen working on their nets, but often you’ve got the beach to yourself. With a snorkel or diving equipment, the underwater world opens up in the pristine coral riff just off our shoreline and beyond the sandy beach.
Another option is to rent a Jukung on this beach and take a run above water in a boat with an outboard motor.
A little further away, in the village of Banyuning you can rent snorkel or diving equipment and explore the Japanese patrol boat that sunk here in World War II.
On the beach and in the restaurant you can sit in-/outdoors and enjoy a drink or snack. Close by Villa Celagi you will find a number of restaurants and warungs.
The village of Amed is 8 km (5 mi) from Villa Celagi and can be easily reached by scooter or car. Our staff will be happy to arrange transportation for you.
Amed area holds some of the best diving spots in Bali. Several diving schools operate here offering diving trips and courses. The famous USS Liberty ship wreck sunk in WW2 is located nearby Tulamben .
A unique traditional way of salt production has been practiced for many generations by salt-farmers along Amed’s coastline.
Fascinating hiking trails will take you across beautifull Balinese countryside: the paddy fields, the sunrise from Mount Agung, through the little villages where the time seems to have stopped. The population consist mainly of farmers and craftsman, like the boat builders near Bangle.
Attend an upacara, a typical Balinese ceremony. There are a lot of, the staff can tell you where and when and it’s possible they will invite you for their own upacara! Don’t forget to visit the shaman (fortune-teller) of Culik, an extraordinary experience!
Our staff can arrange day trips for you to the more well known tourist attractions of Bali like the mother temple of the Besakih (2 hrs drive), waterpalace of Tirtagangga (45 min.), Tengananan historic village (1 hr), the silversmiths of Bulakeling (1 hr) and a lot more.