/// Blog Archive

31 Jan / 2013
Author: Two Fish Blog Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

bamboo shark in lembongan 31JAN13THIS WEEK IN LEMBONGAN….What a great week. Our friends the Mantas are playing and are out and about. We have also seen, Bamboo shark, Turtles, Octopuses (including one trying to mate with another whilst being watched by a third!), Squid, Shrimp, Crabs and a very good afternoons beach clean ending at a bar! What more could you ask for!?

Find out more about diving Lembongan with us.

26 Jan / 2013
Author: Two Fish Blog Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Project Aware beach cleanup 26JAN13First week of the Divemaster course at Two Fish in Nusa Lembongan, Check! It has been awesome, deep dive, mapping, assisting, guiding are just some of the stuff I’ve done.
The thing that took most of my focus this first week was the beach cleanup which I choose for my Project AWARE.
Read More
23 Jan / 2013
Author: Two Fish Blog Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

new manta rays in lembongan 23JAN12THIS WEEK IN LEMBONGO!!!!!!!!! We have been busy with courses and introducing people into the wonderful sub aquatic realm. We have seen dolphins again, loads of scorpionfish, the odd frogfish, squat lobsters and whip coral shrimp but probably the coolest thing thats happened is on a couple of recent manta ray trips, from the pics we collect for the aquatic alliance, they have identified 3 NEW manta rays. Now then, whats a good name for a manta?

Find out more about diving Lembongan with us.

22 Jan / 2013
Author: Two Fish Blog Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

open water course with mantas lembongan 22JAN13Congratulations to Melanie who just finished her Open water course in nusa lembongan. Welcome to the family. Finished in style by doing dive 4 with manta rays!!!
Here she is with instructor Jason and DMT Kris.

Find out more about doing your PADI open water course on Lembongan.

21 Jan / 2013
Author: Two Fish Blog Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

manta point nusa penida 21JAN13Happy divers after a brilliant trip to Manta Point, Nusa Penida. This could be you!

Find out more about diving in Penida and Lembongan with us.

Ed: Nusa Penida is the island next to Nusa Lembongan, and is where the manta sites are found – Manta Point is the cleaning station and Manta Bay is the bay they use for feeding.


Copyright 2000-14 Two Fish Divers | Site by Lubiland