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24 Jun / 2016
Author: RobynSmith Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

Interested in seeing a variety of Octopus in Lembeh? Interested in seeing a variety of Octopus in Lembeh? The best way to catch the most variety is to vary your dive schedule. The morning dives are the best time to see Reef, Mimic and Coconut Octopus. Mimic Octopus sightings are well sought after due to the animal’s unique ability to imitate venomous animals when threatened. The Mimic Octopus plays an amazing game of charades and can convincingly mimic venomous Lionfish, Banded Sea Snakes and Banded Soles in its attempt to scare off potential predators. And though it is our most commonly encountered Octopus, the Coconut Octopus is not to be dismissed! The right individual can be endless entertainment as it plays peek-a-boo and shows off it’s attachment issues as it runs across the reef holding a house of shells or coconut husk!
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30 Mar / 2016
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

A Week Full of Courses in LembonganThis week in Lembongan… Our instructors have been busy teaching new students about the wonderful world of diving. We have had Rowan jumping between teaching an Open Water course with the help of Yayan, to teaching discover scuba divers. Bryce and Fred have been out panicking and screaming for help while teaching a rescue course. Yayan has popped over to Bali to teach another person Open Water course and Fred has just started a deep specialty course.

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16 Mar / 2016
Author: Bryce Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

This week in Lembongan… ISwimming Dogs, Divemaster Traniee and Mantas in Lembongant’s been an eventful week over here on Nusa Lembongan; our divemaster trainee Eanna McAtamney, completed his 6 week course. We have had some up and down water temperatures which normally starts to happen with the seasonal change of the currents. With these changing currents, visibility at the manta dive sites has been a little low, but it has not scared the manta rays away. Some dives, divers have reported seeing 10+ manta rays and staying around for most of the dive.


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31 Oct / 2015
Author: Reuben Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

IMG_0598This week in Bali: Our guest were lucky enough to spot not just one but a pair of Robust Ghost Pipefish in the Padang Bai Area. Credits to Petra for this picture who had spotted these guys on another trip just a couple of weeks ago.
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04 Oct / 2015
Author: Reuben Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

P1000786This week in Bali: We had one of our busiest weeks here and we have seen everything from Molas to baby Frogfish, each day our divers have been coming back saying that they have seen stuff that they have never seen before.
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