I’m already a week into my PADI Divemaster training at Two Fish Divers and it is good times in Bunaken!
Wish to see the huge, weird, rare and fascinating fish named Mola? This is the time because Mola season is in full motion at Two Fish Divers in Sanur. We have been spotting these giants lately at our dive sites around Nusa Penida and it has been amazing! We would love to show you as…Details
School’s still out for summer, and this means families continue to head out of town for the summer holidays. Are you wondering how to keep your kiddos busy during the summer break? Trying to find fun activities the entire family can enjoy? What about signing up for a diving adventure with Two Fish Divers? We…Details
Resting on the sandy slopes, Lizard fish watch the world go by in Bunaken. Their sand coloured patterning camouflages them perfectly into the background. Sometimes they bury themselves under sand or mud to hide even more. When small fish or invertebrates swim by and come too close they make a surprise attack. Lizard fish are…Details
What would you do if you have more than eight arms? You’re thinking instantly of octopus aren’t you ? But around Gili Air we often see some other cool creatures of the sea: The Cuttlefish or as we call them Cutiefish. If you’re lucky you can find these geniuses at our dive sites Turtle Heaven,…Details
We can frequently spot wonderful wunderpus on black sand dive sites like TK or Rojos, but when you see one for the first time, you really feel amazed! It is a bit the same sensation when you spot one on your own: a mix of stupefaction, wonderment and pride. Karen is an experienced dive instructor…Details
When many people in many places do many things, they can protect our nature and our underwater world. As responsible divers, we have to be committed to our environment, preserve biodiversity and protect aquatic life. Even small changes could have a big impact in the long run. So we are all delighted that on our island Gili Air it is forbidden to drive around with a…Details
We love nudis in North Sulawesi, be it in Bunaken or in Lembeh. Nudibranches are not the only interesting sea slugs we can find, we have also come across the Pleurobranch. Pleurobranches (Pleurobranchidae) are the cousins of nudibranchs as both are gastropods with external gills (opisthobranchs). However, contrary to the nudibranchs, pleurobranches don’t have their…Details