Family snorkeling in Bali

Snorkeling in Padangbai Bali

What you need to know before snorkeling in Bali

Bali offers a wide range of exciting activities for your family vacation. One that you definitely should not miss is snorkeling. This easy, fun and enjoyable way of introducing kids to an amazing underwater world will be a magical experience for all of you. If your children never tried snorkeling before, here are a few tips that... Reed More

Solar powered nudibranch

Solar powered nudibranch in Padangbai

How effective this solardiet actually is? 

Everyone is familiar with the fact that plants have the power to turn the sunrays into the energy while animals need to munch on food instead. But did you know that there are certain marine animals running on solar energy before it was cool? Last time we already talked about the nudibranch... Reed More

Underwater Shaun The Sheep

Underwater Shaun The Sheep

Be the first to know!

Did you know that in tropical waters around Bali you can find an underwater beauty which got their nickname after a popular child character the “Shaun The Sheep”? This adorable nickname originates from their appearance characterized by black rounded eyes, sheep-like face and cute feelers. So-called "Leaf Sheep", also known under the scientific... Reed More

The Emperor Shrimp – what you don’t know

The Emperor Shrimp

Facts not fiction

Diving in Padangbai is said to bring the most exciting and satisfying experience to divers, the charms and exciting surprises of the Bali marine world is second to none in the whole indo-pacific region. Are you a lover of the marine world? Are you considering going macro diving on your next vacation? If so, then... Reed More

How to Behave Around Mola Mola

 Diving With Mola Mola In Bali

Floating in sea is the best part of life

The dive sites in Bali are full of life and all sorts of beautiful, even rare, creatures. One of the most peculiar ones is with no doubt the large Ocean Sunfish, commonly known as Mola Mola. They do live around Bali all year round, however for most of the year they are in the depths too deep for recreational divers to spot th... Reed More

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