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23 Oct / 2012
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pregnant manta on Lembongan21OCT12: We have been taking out Peter from Aquatice Alliance for more manta research, and the other day we did a double whammy of Manta Point and Manta Bay.

Manta Point provided a superb experience as we witnessed a manta mating train, this is the courtship ritual where a series of males follow a female around vying for her acceptance to mate with them. Manta Bay was consistent with some mantas on the surface which the guys were lucky enough to snorkel with.

On a previous trip we came across a heavily pregnant female. This is/was very exciting because it was thought that the birthing times was around august.

Find out more about manta research from Aquatic Alliance, as well as diving with manta’s in Lembongan with us.

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18 Oct / 2012
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Free manta mask strap with your AU$25 donation

Manta Mask Strap 2013Manta rays, a species close to the heart of every diver are at risk of extinction. The time is now. If you are a renewing PADI Member (Divemaster, Instructor and above), then you can make an urgent donation with your PADI Member Renewal to protect mantas globally.


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02 Oct / 2012
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Triple whammy results from Bunaken, Lembeh and LembonganOn September 28th, for the first time ever, all three of our resorts combined to do a simultaneous Dive Against Debris in support of Project Aware’s Debris Month of Action. This is what we are calling our Dive Against Debris – Triple whammy clean-up!

All of our joint efforts managed to bring in an amazing  677 kilos of marine debris, collected from sites in Bunaken, Lembeh and Nusa Lembongan.


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19 Sep / 2012
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Two Fish Divers Nusa Lembongan - Dive Against Debris

As part of Project Aware’s Debris Month of Action, our team in Nusa Lembongan took to the seas armed with trash bags and hauled in over 70kg of trash! Well done guys!!

Visit our Facebook page to find out more about our conservation efforts in Lemgongan.

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03 Sep / 2012
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Two Fish Divers Bunaken - Dive Against Debris

As part of Project Aware’s Debris Month of Action, our team in Bunaken took to the seas armed with trash bags and hauled in over 197kg of trash! Well done guys!!

Visit our Facebook page to find out more about our conservation efforts in Bunaken.

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