This week in Lembongan we had a very memorable dive with a cute little thornback cowfish hovering over some corals in Crystal Bay, and is the first time I saw one. The little cowfish looks a little bit like a juvenile boxfish and gets its name from the two horns on top of its head,…Details
My third and final destination on my divemaster journey was the Two Fish Lembongan dive center, and although I pride myself on my ability to “rough it,” being somewhere a bit less remote was a pleasant change after Bunaken and Lombok. Lembongan was a charming little island, with lots of good food choices, and some…Details
Last week in bunaken we had nice weather and one of our gudies spotted a stonefish, normally very hard to find due to their amazing camouflage, and considered to be the most venomous fish in the world. We also saw schools of yellowfin tuna, Ornate gost pipefish, bullock and green turtles. However, during one of…Details
Our dive guides are great, they are now finding ornate ghost pipefish that were missing last year, as well harlequin shrimp, spiny tiger shrimp, Ambon scorpion fish, Wonderpus and more! The Ornate Ghost Pipefish Are Back As many of you know, last year was not the best as far as water temperatures go with an…Details
New guests and returning guests alike were able to get out-and-about with the Lembeh Mimic Octopus at a number of dive sites. This amazing critter made a few appearances much to the delight of our guests Charlene, Adele and Aditya. Aditya returned and completed his Advanced Course, after doing his Open Water Course here five…Details
When I initially decided to do my Divemaster Internship in Indonesia, I thought that choosing a dive center would be a difficult decision. Upon discovering that Two Fish Divers offered a DM internship spread over multiple locations the decision quickly became a no-brainer for me. I spent the first 9 days of my internship in…Details
We had a very interesting mix of people in Bunaken last week. See the picture with Li Lin Na and Luo Li who had a great time staying with us. Also, Debs and Mark, our new Lembeh managers were in Bunaken for some training to get ready for their new role. Have fun in Lembeh!…Details
Would you believe it? Pete saw during his open water course six eagle rays at Tanjung II with instructor Dion. That is a good start into the underwater world, unfortunately he will be spoilt forever!