We have 2 operations in the area: One dive center/resort on the island of Nusa Lembongan, and one dive center in South Lombok offering diving in the South Gili’s and in Belongas Bay.
Two Fish Diving, Bali is based on the island paradise of Nusa Lembongan
, which is one of a group of three beautiful islands off the south east coast of Bali. The other two islands are Nusa Penida and Nusa Ceningan, all three islands make for a fantastic diving base – home of the manta and mola-mola that made diving in Bali famous. The coral reefs around Nusa Lembongan and the other islands are very healthy, with an incredibly diverse variety of creatures offering a mixture of fantastic hard corals, colourful soft corals and a range of critters from macro to pelagics, as well as huge schools of fish with visibility nearly always 20-25m. Check out more about diving in Bali and Nusa Lembongan.
Sekotong, a tropical little place with a only a few dive resorts and not much topside goings-on apart from snorkeling, swimming and scuba diving. Our Lombok island dive resorts are quite perfect for couples and families who just want to relax and enjoy the southern Gilis.
Our South Lombok dive sites reflect a good cross-section of what Indonesia has to offer, and the southern Gilis offer even the widely traveled and experienced diver a surprising and breathtaking experience. Diving the south Gili islands offers colorful, relaxed reef diving for all levels of training, and fun diving for families and beginners. Check out more about diving in South Gilli’s.
Scuba diving Belongas Bay, or Blongas Bay, offers exciting, challenging “adrenalin dives” at the dive sites “The Magnet” and “The Cathedral”. The seasonable sighting of schooling barracudas, tunas, and other pelagic life is fairly regular, and apart from the mobula- and eagle ray season during August and September, hammerheads have the tendency to school around the Magnet end June until early November.
“The Magnet” is famous for its hammerhead shark sightings, which features both Scalloped Hammerhead sharks and the Great Hammerhead sharks. According to experts, “The Magnet” is the one of the only three places in the world where you can see both kinds of hammerhead sharks (the other being the Philippines and Costa Rica).
In Belongas Bay (Blongas) you’ll find an unspoiled underwater paradise with pristine reefs, an intact environment, and impressive diving with huge marine diversity! Check out more about diving in Belongas Bay.