Every year, Two Fish Tech organises tech diving safari trips to exciting destinations throughout Indonesia and beyond. Geared at different experience levels, they offer the perfect opportunity to put skills from our TDI and PADI TecRec tech diving courses into practice or simply enjoy discovering deeper waters.
One of the world’s top wreck diving spots, Truk Lagoon doesn’t really need an introduction.
We are teaming up with Pete Mesley’s Lust4Rust excursions to head to Truk Lagoon from 16 – 29 November 2018. Not one to be missed, the trip is open and suitable for all level of technical diver and even your recreational buddies. Divers will be divided into small groups to make sure everyone gets the most out of the trip.
Having said that, we’re sure you would enjoy the trip even more if you can explore more of the wrecks.
For two weeks this year, Two Fish Tech will de-camp to Sekotong in South Lombok for a series of Sidemount diver & instructor courses, Sidemount configuration workshops and Solo diver courses. Diving in Sekotong is still almost undiscovered, and out centre is the perfect gateway to the South Gili Islands. Pristine, untouched reefs and underwater landscapes that are very different from any other Lombok diving. It’s the perfect place to discover Sidemount diving, finetune your setup or become a TDI Sidemount instructor.
Anyone looking for a bit of adrenaline after all this learning is in the right place, as Belongas Bay with its famed pinnacles, The Magnet and The Cathedral, is nearby.
To join us in South Lombok you need at least 2 days, depending on the course chosen and ‘mates’ rates’ are available if you bring one or two friends along.
Bunaken offers Asia’s best wall diving. The reef around the islands drops to depths of up to 600m and Coelacanth have been found in this area after it was thought that they had become extinct. The area offers a fantastic mix of pelagic species and reef fish, and there is also the well-preserved ‘Manado Wreck’, offering an easy decompression dive with a maximum depth of 40 m and a well preserved propeller and rudder. What’s more, being inside a marine park, you will spend your decompression time ascending along pristine reefs.
To join us for this week-long trip (five diving days) you need to be qualified as a minimum of a PADI Tec 45 / TDI Decompression Procedures diver, although we recommend a qualification of PADI Tec 50 or TDI Extended Range. We deliberately keep numbers small (max. 3 divers per tech guide) to ensure everyone has a great experience.