This week Jackie, a new divemaster trainee, arrived in Bunaken. We were really busy but had also a lot of fun. Together with the instructors Ina and Dion and some diveguides Jackie and me helped with a Coral Rehabilitation program. We helped the Indonesian Marine to rebuild a reef and even ended up in the local newspaper
This week in Bunaken… We did a small contribution to protecting the coral reefs around Bunaken this week with some underwater gardening – we were building coral reefs! In a joint project with the Indonesian Navy, the Two Fish staff as well as staff from another Bunaken dive centre, spent a day building large artificial reefs.
For the month of July we have some special offers on day trips for Diving Mainland Bali and on PADI courses. Come dive with us and get up to 20% discount!
|1 person diving||5% discount|
|2 people diving||10% discount each|
|3 people diving||15% discount each|
|4+ people diving||20% discount each|
|Any PADI course||10% Discount|
Discounts apply according to number of people in the booking party.
From our welcoming dive centre in Sanur we operate day trips around Bali, taking you to the best sites that the island has to offer. Our dive centre is based in a villa, so we can offer you a Two Fish resort-style welcome. You’ll be welcomed by our staff in the morning after a pick-up from your hotel, and while your checking out your gear or signing your forms you can enjoy free drinking water; tea and coffee on our comfy bean bags or sun loungers, or relax in the garden before or after your dive trip.
Sites of the area: USAT Liberty Shipwreck; Coral garden; Drop Off; Seraya Secret
Tulamben is approximately two hours away from Sanur by road, once there the local porters will take your dive gear down to the beach where you’ll make a shore entry for your dive. After the first dive you’ll have lunch at one of the beach side restaurants and then go in for your second dive after a surface interval. We usually return from Tulamben around 5pm.
Sites of the area: Deep Blue; Banyning Bay; Japanese Wreck; Ghost Bay; Jemelur; Gili Selang.
Amed is approximately two hours away from Sanur by road, once you arrive there your gear will be set up and loaded onto the local Jukung boats. The boat trips take between 5 and 20 minutes to reach the dive site depending on the location. After the fist dive you’ll have the surface interval on the boat and then return to shore for lunch after the second dive. We usually return from Amed around 5pm.
Sites of the area: Gili Biaha; Gili Mimpang; Gili Tepekong; Turtle Neck; Blue Lagoon; The Jetty.
Padang Bai is approximately one hour away from Sanur by road, once you arrive there your gear will be set up and loaded onto the local Jukung boats. The boat trips take between 20 ad 30 minutes to reach the dive site depending on the location. After the fist dive you’ll have the surface interval on the boat and then return to shore for lunch after the second dive. We usually return from Padang Bai around 3pm.
Sites of the area: Manta Point; Manta Bay; Crystal Bay; Toyapakeh; SD; Ped; Blue Corner; Mangrove; Ceningan Wall; Gamat Bay; Batu Abah.
Nusa Penida is approximately 30-40 minutes away from Sanur beach by boat, so we’ll first drop you at the beach where your gear will be loaded onto the speedboat and set up for you. We always aim for one of the dive sites to be Manta Point or Manta Bay, but this will depend on the conditions on the day as if it is too wavy we may need to divert to a more sheltered site. After the first dive you’ll have lunch on the boat where drinking water and fruit are also available. The second site will be decided on the boat based on the conditions on the day. After the second dive you’ll head back to Sanur beach and then return to the dive centre around 2-2:30pm.
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We’re also offering a 10% discount on our PADI courses for the month of July
Taking your dive course in mainland Bali is a great choice! Bali is a world famous dive destination enjoyed by beginners and experienced divers alike. We can offer you instruction the USAT Liberty shipwreck; Manta point on Nusa Pendia and Gili Mimpang and many more, these sites offer a huge range of marine life from the majestic Manta rays, the huge Mola Mola, amazing Turtles to the weird and wonderful Frogfish.
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This week in Bali: We came across one of the special Padang Bai residents, a black Frogfish living under the jetty.
These little guys spend alot of their time just waiting for their next meal to swim by and when it does it only takes a split second to vanish into their mouths. They lure their meal with a modified fin which mimics the movement of small prey.