This week a group of seven divers from Singapore visited us in Amed, Bali, for a couple of amazing dives. During two days they have been under the supervision of Bayu, our Indonesian Divemaster, and Moli, one of our dive guide, for a total of seven dives around Amed and Tulamben.
They have been charmed by the amazing diversity of the dive sites and the marine life they have encountered here. Gost pipefish, dragonets, cow fish, peacock mantis shrimp and so many more in our House Reef. The great coral reef life of the “Pyramids” impressed with its giant morays, blue fined trivaly, box fish, turtles, butterfly fish, angel fish and all the others species we can encounter on this site.
The USAT Liberty ship wreck was honored with two dives, one during the day and one night dive, and casts its spell on our group who came back super happy and delighted from their experience with us.During the night dive they have seen giant moray and marble grooper in open water hunting together, some sleepy humphead parrotfish sleeping inside the wreck and loads of crabs and shrimps whose eyes look like red shiny dots as you light them with your torch.
Twofish Amed also welcomed Chris, our Divemaster trainee who arrived from Lembongan after starting his course with Twofish Lembongan, and a couple of Open Water and Advance Open Water courses that we can’t wait to bring in our amazing dive sites.
Let’s join our program and experience the beautiful underwater with professional staff in Two Fish Divers!