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19 Sep / 2015
Author: Reuben Tags: , Comments: 0

imageThis week in Mainland Bali: We were super stoked to find a Stargazer in Padang Bai and that  too during the day time.(Photo for reference only)The Stargazer is a fish that will bury itself in the sand to ambush its prey, when an unsuspecting fish swims over head it leaps out and drags it into the sand.
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16 Sep / 2015
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Scuba diving From Lembongan to TulambenThis week in Lembongan… On many of our dive sites around Penida and Lembongan we have Bali dive centers that take the journey across Badung Strait to bring their guests to dive our reefs. So we thought maybe we should do the opposite and head over to Bali to check out the diving there. For this trip we we loaded our boat Freedom with many tanks and a lunch and drinks and left Lembongan at 7.30am for a day trip to explore the famous Liberty wreck.

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15 Sep / 2015
Author: Nigel Tags: There is no tags Comments: 9

planning-dive-trips-to-IndonesiaWe often get emails from people who are planning dive trips to Indonesia and want to know where the best places for diving are, and what we can suggest for a 8-10 day stay. This is actually very hard to provide, its like asking to give suggestions for a 8-10 day stay for skiing in europe!

However, we can provide some of the considerations that you need to take into account when you are planning dive trips to Indonesia, and we can provide some recommendations based on this.
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14 Sep / 2015
Author: Dominic Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Scuba diving in BunakenSo there will be no more posts about visibility here at Bunaken. After last week bragging of 50+M viz, that cold upwelling must have brought with it a lot of nutrients as we have had a plankton bloom and the viz has dropped to 10-15M in places! That may not sound too bad for a lot of you but its pretty much unheard of here.
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13 Sep / 2015
Author: Robyn Tags: There is no tags Comments: 3


Belongas, South Lombok…..attracts those who are in need of encountering plenty of pelagic fish but it rare for us here to bump into the almighty Sunfish otherwise known as Mola Mola.

There have been a few sightings over the years but it is something that we don’t count on.
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