We have been seeing Manta’s again in Bali mainland off of the coast of Nusa Penida. The Manta’s around Nusa Penida are there all year round, giving divers the chance to experience the gracefulness of these amazing plankton eaters.
In Belongas, South Lombok this week we had been visiting the ever so graceful sea cobras that mainly hang around our dive site “ The Cathedral “. That is not to say that we don’t spot them elsewhere…” The Magnet “is another home for them where we can spot up to 6 in a dive.…Details
The muck diving in Lembeh revealed a variety of Melibe this week! While we were seeing Melibe viridis (Green Melibe Nudibranches) earlier in the year, this week we are seeing smaller, yet no less impressive varieties: The Melibe megaceras, Melibe engeli and the rare Melibe colemani.
This week in Lembongan… Our divers have been able to spot some lions… Lion fish that is. The common and the long fin lion fish are common sights in the waters around Nusa Lembongan and they are natural inhabitants, so they are not a pests like in other parts of the world.
As a Divemaster you need to be prepared to deal with stressful situations, and this week during my divemaster course in Bunaken I was put through my stess test. During the stress test myself and my buddy, one of Two Fish’s Indonesian dive guides, had to swap all our equipment underwater while buddy-breathing (one regulator…Details
Yes, you’ve read that right – not one, but two Mola Molas breached Bunaken waters this week to keep our divers company during their surface interval, breaching the surface three times!
This week in Sanur we’ve been seeing a lot of variety – Big fish and little fish with Two Fish Bali, there’s been lots of the macro life we love to find but bigger fish too, such as Manta Rays and our friends the Whitetip Reef Sharks.