This week in Bali: We have been playin in the muck and have found Leaf fish, Frogfish, Pipefish and a whole lot of Muck!
This week in Bali: with the variety of species we have been spotting you can say it’s been a ‘nudibranch carnival in malasti’
So what exactly is a boxfish? Besides being the cuties fish ever, the boxfish are small fish that mainly swim in the shallow areas of the warmer parts of the world’s oceans, like coral reefs. They spend their lives passively pruning algae and small invertebrates like crustaceans, worms, and sponges off rocks and coral with…Details
What to do when your hang time turns out to be a hang on time? Two Fish Divers’ technical diving instructor shares an experience with in-current decompression. Our guests Emma and Anthony from Australia got to experience some quite different conditions whilst tech diving with us at Bunaken. During our preparations and briefings Emma asked…Details
50M+ Visibility at Bunaken! Sounds too good to be true? Well it came with a cost; the visibility was easily better than 50m- you could see forever but it was due to almost a 10C thermocline! Water temp at the surface was a nice 28-29C which dropped a little on the way down but the…Details
Down here in Belongas, South Lombok….this week we have seen an awful lot of Hawksbill turtles. It has been known to see them on occasion at our Dive sites “Gili Sarang” and “The Cathedral” but we have even run into them at “the Magnet” earlier in the week. “A lovely way to end the dive,…Details
This week in Bali: Normally you can consider yourself quiet lucky if you get to see even one Ghost Pipefish on a dive but this week we had Ghost Pipefish all over the site in Tulamben with a total of around 7-8 of them.
This week in Lembeh…. It’s Melibe Madness! We have been seeing Green Melibe’s (Melibe Viridis) Nudibranchs in quite a few different spots. These large and odd looking Nudies can grow up to 12cm and are usually found searching the ground with their oral hood for its next meal. Dom was able to see a few…Details