This week on Mainland Bali: we have been doing a number of daytrips around Bali mainland and on one particular trip to the Japanese Wreck in Bali we found some incredible critters.
This week in Lembeh…. Lembeh is where Frogfish shine! Like this Juvenile Painted Frogfish, they have been popping up everywhere lately. Hairy, Giant, Painted, Warty, all have been making an appearance. Always a favorite with divers the frogfish come is all sorts of colours, markings and sizes. They often blend in quite well with their…Details
This week in Lembongan… While diving at Manta Point, our divers were lucky to spot this lazy bamboo shark lounging around in the open.
This week in the South Gili Islands, Lombok … we saw a growing number of Flabellina funeka. The purple lady nudibranch or Flabellina funeka, is a species of aeolid nudibranch, and is a very colourful sea slug. It is usually smaller than 45 mm. It has annulate purple rhinophores with pale tips. The bright colours of…Details
Lembeh’s Nudibranchs This week in Bunaken… We have had a nudilicious time here in Bunaken this week! With nice and calm conditions and not much current to speak of it was easy for the guides and guests to take their time and find plenty of amazing, colourful and rare nudibranchs hiding in the cracks and crevices…Details
This week in Bali, A familiar face of one of the cousins of the Lembeh Residents! Bali’s dive sites so often remind us of Lembeh with so many similarities in life forms just like this Tube Dwelling Anemone. Whiles muck diving here we have been finding a number of species which we so often see…Details
This week in Lembeh…… We Sea–Horses! Recently a fairly common site our guests have been noticing are the abundance of Seahorses around the strait. From the tiny Pygmy to the much much larger Common Seahorse, they can come in all sorts of forms. The Pygmy’s can range from brown to yellow to pink/purple they ranging…Details
Belongas, South Lombok is known for its big waves, deep waters, strong surge and strong currents in season. Now most of us divers have always believed that strong currents equal big fish! Usually this is the case. This week however we have had calm surfaces, light surge, next to nothing with currents and a water…Details