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02 May / 2016
Author: YvonnePress Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Big and small creatures in Bunaken this weekIn Bunaken this week, we couldn’t decide where to look – the blue for big stuff or the reef for small creatures. There have been plenty of both, including another Mola-Mola sighting! And just as our dive manager and instructor Dion is off to get to know our Bali and Lombok dive centres better, we’ve been busy teaching PADI Open Water and Advanced Open Water courses.


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01 May / 2016
Author: Robyn Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

In the North Gili’s, Lombok this week we have started our move to our dive centre on Gili Air. Our equipment room is stocked, our second boat nearly ready which can seat 25-30 people. A extremely exciting time. The season is picking up now and we have had our Zoey boat everyday with courses as well as fun divers.  The water up in the North is still extremely clear and the sea life abundant.
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30 Apr / 2016
Author: SteveWiles Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

liberty-2Undoubtedly the most famous dive site in the Amed area is the USAT Liberty shipwreck. So why is it so popular and what is actually like to dive the USAT Liberty?
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29 Apr / 2016
Author: RobynSmith Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

“TK II” is our featured Lembeh Dive-Site of the Month “TK II” is our featured Lembeh Dive Site of the Month. All black-sand, algae growth and desolate landscape, Teluk Kembahu II is definitely not one of Lembeh’s prettier dive sites. But does that old trick really fool anyone anymore? When we take a closer look at TKII it comes alive; it is absolutely overflowing with some of Lembeh’s coolest critters!

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27 Apr / 2016
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

13083129_10154337944706953_8535099579660336948_nThis week in Lembongan… We been seeing lots of manta rays at Manta Point and the water is getting a wee bit cooler.  This week has also been really busy with lots of people coming asking about diving at the manta ray dive sites and we have been very lucky with seeing a lot of them at Manta Point.
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