Wish to see the huge, weird, rare and fascinating fish named Mola? This is the time because Mola season is in full motion at Two Fish Divers in Sanur. We have been spotting these giants lately at our dive sites around Nusa Penida and it has been amazing! We would love to show you as well so join us on one of our trips soon!
Simon, Johnny, and Christina were lucky enough to spot the giant of the picture above, it was close to the bay and enjoying a ‘shower’ from the Bannerfish that clean the Mola’s skin. Thanks for the cool shot, Simon!
Other than Molas we have also spotted bamboo sharks at Manta Point. The bamboo shark we spotted with Fritz and Chelsey was circling a cleaning station together with a manta ray. When we found a bamboo shark with Paul and Caitlin the shark was trying to find a delicious snack around the main Manta Point cleaning station, it was not even bothered by the divers! Bamboo sharks are very friendly and usually a bit shy, so it was very nice to see them twice this week!
Nisha started her Advanced Open Water Course last week, she dived Padang Bai, Nusa Penida, and Tulamben. Nisha was bubbled easily through her course, with PPB, wreck and drift as optional dives.
Andy and his son Jenson explored the USAT Liberty wreck and Drop Off. Jenson’s favorite was the Drop Off with its steep drop, colorful corals and weird awesome creatures such as jawfish, sea cucumbers, mantis shrimps, and nudibranchs. Jenson is an amazing diver and hopefully, he’ll be able to do his Advanced course soon for more adventures.
Richard, Nancy, and Serena were on the Mola hunt, and so lucky on the last dive we managed to find one! Richard spotted the Mola in the blue inside the bay of Crystal Bay, he was screaming so loud through his regulator! On the surface, all we could do was smile and be happy, because we were so unbelievably lucky.