This Juvenile Pinnate Spadefish on Banana Point was amazing! It’s basically the reaction everybody had after this dive on Banana Point. Lubomir and Denisa, two students taking their Advanced Open Water Course with instructor Ezekiel were very pleased this beautiful fish has been spotted during the Adventure Dive Nitrox of their Advanced course. The juvenile…Details
Meet Bayu, Divemaster at Two Fish Amed, and future PADI instructor! The last two weeks Bayu has been busy studying for his instructor course. Bayu started at Two Fish knowing only a few words English and today he is in training to become a dive instructor, ‘I need a challenge’ he laughs. We asked him…Details
It’s been a busy 3 months and there is a lot to report from marine life sightings to resort developments and our latest Pro news and even a presidential visit! Here’s what’s been happening at your favourite Two Fish Divers Resorts and Dive Centres across Indonesia Diving and Resort Highlights from Around Indonesia Bali Nusa…Details
Turtle Paradise! That’s exactly what divers can expect while diving in Gili Air. Every time we take new divers to our favorite dive sites we can see their smile underwater when they watch the green sea turtles or the hawksbill turtles living around the three Gilis. Especially last week Alex and Alice did successfully their…Details
He passed with flying colors! Ming just finished his Instructor Examinations in Sanur and with amazing scores. Ming is crazy about diving and a little bit of a nerd he told us, today we asked him about his dives, his buddy Bayu and what his plans are for the future.
Are you thinking about taking your PADI Instructor Course in Indonesia? Are you trying to decide which region offers the best training and where you get the best value for money? At Two Fish Divers we understand that you want to get the most out of your PADI IDC in Indonesia and that’s why we…Details
This week, I moved locations to continue learning in Bunaken, and its beautiful coral walls and incredible diversity of marine species has blown me away. It’s impossible not to enjoy my divemaster training when the ocean world here provides such an impressive backdrop. My classroom is a vibrantly blue ocean meeting against seemingly endless walls…Details
Rhinopias are especially rare and amazing species of scorpionfish and they are back in Lembeh! Their name comes from Greek “rhino” meaning nose and “ops” meaning appearance in reason of their extremely curved snout. There are 6 different species of Rhinopias in the world and 2 can be found in the Indonesian waters: the paddle-flap…Details