This week in Nusa Lembongan… It is meant to be the wet season and in the past, January and February are months when the rains come, but not this year. We have had some very hot sunny days and with no rain, it means that the water has been super clear this week. We have had an average visibility of 20 meters at most of our dive sites.
This week in Senggigi, Lombok we have been running free try dives giving some people a taste of what to expect when you jump into the world of diving. Everybody loves a free go at something new and nothing compares to taking a proper dive out on our magical reefs around Senggigi with our soft, hard corals and amazing marine life including moray eels, shrimps, crabs, octopus, cuttle fish, lobsters and a whole range of colourful reef fishes. We welcome you to come try scuba diving for free in the world’s best diving environment- Indonesia.
This week in Bunaken we spent more of our underwater time looking for smaller creatures like this Bubble Coral Shrimp. While everyone loves exciting encounters with large marine life, we find that typically more experienced divers muck diving – or macro diving – and there are some great finds in Bunaken.
This week we had Andrew come diving with us on his first dive ever and he was lucky enough to have the entire USAT Liberty Wreck almost completely to himselF with just one or two other divers on the dive site.
Have you ever marveled at how knowledgeable your Lembeh dive guide is? How do they know the names of individual Nudibranches off the top of their head? How do they know which animals are mating and which animals are fighting? And how do they know where to look for all the camouflaged animals they find? Their knowledge may stem from the many hundreds of dives they’ve done in Lembeh. But it may also be due to some of the wonderful resources at their disposal. For those of you that are interested in learning a bit more about the Lembeh critters yourselves, this blog is for you…
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