Tropical island dive resorts and PADI 5 Star centres in great dive locations
Small groups of no more than four guests per dive guide, organised according to air consumption and dive experience
Oxygen and first aid on every dive boat
Long dives – we just ask you to surface after 75mins or on 40bar
Full-time, experienced PADI Instructors offering high quality PADI courses from try-dives to Divemaster Internships
Bunaken Island is just 45mins by boat from Manado and is right in the heart of the award-winning Bunaken Marine Park. The diving offers beautiful corals, lots of fish, amazing small critters, and some larger and exciting marine animals including reef sharks, huge turtles and schools of barracudas.
We have our own resort on Bunaken Island. Its a beach-side resort with wooden cottages and 18m brand new swimming pool. Budget rooms are also available at the resort. Free Wi-Fi and full board.
Lembeh Straits is 2 hours by car and boat from Manado. It is the muck diving capital of the world where you can hunt for amazing critters such as hairy frogfish, sea horses, flamboyant cuttlefish and mimic octopus. Muck dives are the main reason divers return to us time and time again.
We have our own resort on Lembeh Island. It has wooden cottages with sea views, right in the heart of world famous Lembeh Straits. Budget rooms are also available. Free Wi-Fi and full board.
Nusa Lembongan is just 30mins by boat from mainland Bali, and is where you can dive with the mantas and mola-mola that made Bali famous. You will also find large schools of fish, beautiful hard-corals, colourful soft corals and a range of critters from macro to pelagics. Something for everyone!
We have our own resort with 10 villa-rooms surrounding the swimming pool, and only a two minute walk from the sandy beach. Nearby budget accommodation options are also available as well. Free Wi-Fi and breakfast.
Amed is the perfect base to explore the diversity of Bali. It has top-class muck diving and easy drifts over reefs. It has wrecks – just 20 minutes car-ride from the famous USAT Liberty wreck, and the local Japanese Shipwreck in Amed. It also has sites where you will find more current and big fish – sharks, barracudas and occasionally even the ocean sunfish (Mola Mola). And day-trips can be organised to Candidasa, Padang Bai and Nusa Lembongan / Nusa Penida.
We are based in our partner resort Surya Rainbow Villas, right on the beach in Amed. We can also recommend a selection of other accommodation in the area to suit a range of budgets.
A group of tropical islands in the south with white sand beaches, only a few dive resorts, and not much topside goings-on apart from snorkeling, swimming and scuba diving. Great diving with pristine and lively reefs, and abundant marine life.
In Belongas Bay you’ll find an unspoiled underwater paradise with pristine reefs, an intact environment, challenging “adrenalin dives” with sighting of schooling barracudas, tunas, mobula and eagle rays and hammerheads.
We regularly use 5 different resorts all nearby with various levels of accommodation and budgets, and can assist with or recommend others. Click here for more info on Belongas Bay accommodation. Click here for more information on South Gili’s Accommodation.
Diving with Two Fish Divers means that you can book several stunning scuba diving locations with the same world-class operator in one holiday. You can dive both Bunaken and Lembeh, they are only 3hours apart from each other. You can start or finish in Bali, its only a 3hour flight from either Bunaken and Lembeh. You can add on South Lombok, its only a 3hour ferry ride from Lembongan. Why not try all four locations?
We are a PADI 5 Star Instructor Development Center, and we have a dedicated and experienced instructor team in each location that are committed to provide the best in tuition and experience. Discover diving, improve your skills or GOPro, we run these dive courses in all of our locations.
Diving has traditionally been taught and done in teams or with a buddy. The rationale behind this is that adding another person automatically adds safety (as well as enjoyment) to the dive. However, we believe there are exceptions to the rule: situations in which Solo Diving - or knowing how to safely dive on your own - might be a great alternative.