Mount Agung


For your convenience we created this ‘special’ information regarding the current situation regarding Mount Agung, the volcano that has become seriously active as of September 21, 2017.

We will sum up the facts that are currently valid and we will provide relevant reports if available.

This information should be able to help you making a decision whether to come to Amed or not. Of course we would be delighted to welcome you in our beautiful hotel if you feel comfortable coming now or in the near future.
However your well-being is priority number one. So we provide you with honest and up-to-date information so you will be able to make your own decision.
We don’t know if and when the situation might change but we will keep you posted…

1. We are open and we can service you fully.
2. All roads to and around Amed are still accessible.
3. Only a few hotels, restaurants and diving centers are closed but most are open.
4. The Indonesian government has declared Amed as a safe area.
5. The alert level for the volcano has dropped from level 4 to level 3 on October 30, 2017.
6. An area of 6 km in stead of the earlier 12 km around the crater is still unaccessible.
7. You can dive and/or snorkel in and around Amed.

As of September 21, 2017, the warning level for a possible eruption was raised to level 4, being the highest warning level. A lot a vulcanic activities were registered on a daily base.
Initially everybody was expecting an eruption within days. But nothing really happened and everything still remained basically the same. Despite some tremors and sometimes a little smoke from the volcano’s crater nothing really happened.
During the last week of October all vulcano activities dropped drastically.
This all resulted in a drop of the severity warning level from 4 to 3.