Never call a dive rubbish!

I came across this great interview recently with HUGH FEARNLEY-WHITTINGSTALL where he displays a common sense approach to recreational diving and how, if we think that a dive is boring, its probably because we aren’t looking close enough. Hugh is a “Celebrity Chef” from the UK and is author and star of the River Cottage…

Dolphins in Bunaken

DOLPHIN_1It is common to see dolphins in Bunaken National Park. There are 28 different types of whales and dolphins that have been seen in the park, however they are shy animals and most of the times we see them in the surface rather than diving.

When we do see them then often it is in very large schools of 50-100+ animals, as in the photo on the right.

Here a little bit more information about these amazing animals!

Whitetip Reef Shark in Bunaken

IMG_1738 In Bunaken Island, North Sulawesi the Whitetip reef shark is one of our regular encounters.

Despite having a face that looks strangely like that of a disgruntled weasel, the Whitetip Reef Shark (Triaenodon obesus) is generally unaggressive toward humans who invade its environment. Although it often rests in caves during daylight hours, this species is probably the most commonly-encountered shark of the tropical Pacific. Indeed, for many divers and snorkellers, the phlegmatic Reef Whitetip is their only ambassador to sharkdom.

Helping to protect the underwater environment by Supporting Project Aware Debris Month of Action in Sept

With the re-launch of Project AWARE this year, two main focuses emerged: Sharks in Peril and Marine Debris. To support this, Project Aware have targeted September 2011 as the Debris Month of Action. As divers, we do love nature and underwater life and Two Fish have decide to start contributing to protect this underwater life…