This week in Lembongan… Our divers have witnessed, thresher sharks, marble rays, bamboo sharks, white tip reef sharks and an extra large trevally.
This week in Bunaken… Today is the last day of the PADI IDC (Instructor Development Course) and we are having two quite nervous and stressed out candidates polishing their skills to perfection in the pool this afternoon. Tomorrow the examinor from PADI arrives and the dreaded IE (Instructor Examination) kicks off with written exams.
Hey! I’ve just started my Dive master training at Two Fish Lembongan about two week ago. So far, everything has been great, the staff and the boat crew are awesome people.
This week in Lembeh…. we love our frogfish! One thing we are not lacking here in Lembeh is frogfish. From the family Antennariidae, these fun angler fish come in all sizes and color. As an ambush predator they are often found waiting and waving its lure to attract an unsuspecting meal. This is one reason…
This week in Bunaken… Dugong o’hoy! Luke from Australia got a very nice surprise when he did some snorkelling on the dive site Muka, just in front of the Two Fish Divers resort. While enjoying the reef ledge something made him turn around and just a couple of meters behind him, a few meters down,…
This week in Lembeh….. We see babies …. Completely opposite to seeing dead people, we have been seeing the beginnings of life over here. Everything from Peacock Mantis shrimps with eggs to Flamboyant Cuttlefish eggs. This well proves life is always starting over here in the strait!
This week in Lembongan… The adventure continues for new dive sites. Tepekong and Mimpang were this weeks targets. Noted in the Bali dive site book as; probably the most single most dangerous site in Bali and nicknamed the toilet because of the currents. Let the adventures begin.
This week in Bunaken… This week we have had quite a few dawn dives going out as well as the years’ first day trip to Mantehage Island. The dawn dives proved once again that the early bird catches the worm and treated the divers to quite a few sharks, large barracudas and tunas hunting.