This September 2014 Project Aware carries on the tradition of the whole month being Debris Month of Action, and at Two Fish we always support this. Not only during the month of September in fact, we organise clean-up dives all year round, but we up the game a little during September!
This week in Lembeh we have had a good time with the critters, as well as having a few return guests coming back.
For a couple of weeks already we have been feeling the temperature of the water drop in Lembeh, but don’t panic because cooler waters means lots of cool critters too!
We have had a Manta Ray in Bunaken and amazing night dives in Lembeh! In Lembongan we have had some crazy currents due to the super moon, and in TEC our previous divemaster intern came back to do some tec courses.
Lembeh’s variety of critters never fails to disappoint, but this week the hype has been all about the nocturnal magic of the amazing night dives.
This week in Lembongan…. Our dive guides have been hopping around underwater with the amount of frog fish that have been spotted camouflaged in the reef. Some might even say we have found More Frogfish Than In Lembehthis week.
This week in Lembeh we have some first time muck divers and some familiar faces from previous visits, who say that Lembeh diving is better than ever! On the first day diving alone they spotted Blue Ringed Octopus, Wunderpus, Lembeh Sea Dragons, Frogfish and Seahorses!
This week in Lembeh we’ve had some star finds with lots of Lembeh Sea Dragons, plus some extra special critters – Mototi Octopus and Randall’s Frogfish.