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20 Aug / 2015
Author: sabine Tags: , Comments: 1

Mantis Shrimp South LombokThis week in South Lombok, Peacock mantis shrimps have been everywhere and extremely active! Gili Ringgit our most popular island of the 3 to dive around is full of corals, colourful reef fish and now the mantis shrimps.
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19 Aug / 2015
Author: Reuben Tags: , , , Comments: 1

imageThis week in Lembongan. Calm seas have allowed us to visit the Mantas quite frequently and our divers enjoyed a lot of time with this beautiful creatures. Some of them were lucky enough to even see Mantas and Molas on the same day and to top that off they spotted dolphins on the surface just a few meters from our boat. So we had a lot of happy faces from our guests at lunch.
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17 Aug / 2015
Author: Ina Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Schooling-barracudas-at-Mantehage-island.jpgThis week diving in Bunaken… A nice school of barracudas was seen during a day trip to Mantehage island. Unfortunately only one group of divers saw them which proves again that you just need to be at the right place at the right time. However, luckily there were plenty of large game fish such as tunas and trevallies, as well as quite a few sharks to keep all the divers happy.

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16 Aug / 2015
Author: Robyn Tags: Comments: 1

eagle rayIn Belongas, South Lombok…. Eagle Rays have been especially playful this week. We see them in “The Magnet” almost every time, usually 2 but sometimes it goes up to 5. They tend to hang out at around 20-30 meters but recently they have been rising up to 15. Luckily for our divers they got a fantastic welcoming for most of their dive. As we start at 30 meters and slowly make our way up the ray’s arranged themselves to the same profile.
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15 Aug / 2015
Author: Reuben Tags: , Comments: 0

imageThis week in Bali: with the Season at its peak and with more and more request for day trips to Nusa Penida you can say that it is the Reign of the Rays at the moment with the variety of rays being spotted from the giant Mantas to the little blue spotted rays.
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