As divers we enjoy our time on the reefs, we love to talk about it and show everyone the awesome underwater shots we took. On the Two Fish Divers Sanur Facebook page we try to post a reef fact every month, sometimes about the reef we see, and sometimes from greater depths. Because isn’t it…Details
This week in Lembeh we have had many divers using Enriched Air (Nitrox) throughout their stay. This always causes discussion between those diving ‘only’ on air. Why should you use Nitrox? Here we will discuss the added benefits of using this enriched air instead of standard air we all learn using. Enriched Air (EAN/Nitrox) is…Details
My name is Kate and I am four days away from finishing my divemaster program. I have been at Two Fish in Amed for almost three weeks and have been working away at finishing all of my requirements to finish the course. In addition to my rescue sequence, final exams, and search and recovery, I…Details
A curious looking couple we met the other day when diving in Padang Bai, Bali. Seamoths are a very unusual looking fish and are often hard to find. The most amazing thing about seamoths is that they form long lasting monogamous bonds with their partner, a real happy love story!
These last few days have been packed full of diving! From assisting Sal in the pool with open water water courses, Discovery scuba dives and running through skill sets. Its now common for me to conduct boat briefings too. On the boat I help set up the dive equipment and assist divers get into their…Details
Diving the Best of Bali means: diving the legendary dive sites of Nusa Penida (including Manta Point and Crystal Bay) dive the famous Blue Lagoon for pelagics, or enjoy the muck of The Jetty in Padang Bai swim around the wreck of the USAT Liberty in Tulamben and drift along the nearby drop-offs We can…Details
It’s amazing what you see in the mangroves and eel grass in front of Two Fish Divers, even at low tide, if you keep your eyes peeled! This week, amongst other critters, there was a Long Spine Porcupine Fish seen hunting in Bunaken.
There are at least 52 different known species of sea snakes through out the world, but by far the most common species which we see while diving around Bunaken, Lembeh, Lembongan and South Lombok is the banded sea snake. This species is also known by several other names including the banded sea krait and the…Details