Underwater Shaun The Sheep

Underwater Shaun The Sheep

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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

While diving in Padangbai, Bali 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 diving in Bali should be... Reed More

Five Best Diving Experiences In Bali

Divig in Bali Frogfish

Heaven must be similar to sea

Bali is mostly known as the Island of Gods, as the majority of its inhabitants are of Hindu religion. The whole island is covered with more than 6000 temples of all sizes, shapes and importance. What you might not know is that Bali is a part of the so called Coral Triangle, an area that is considered top priority for marine conservation... Reed More

Why You Should Dive the Manta Point Cleaning Station in Nusa Penida Bali

Manta Point Bali Nusa Penida

A humbling experience

Nusa Penida is a place southeast of Indonesia's island Bali. Authoritatively, the island is an area of Klungkung regime. There are two little islands adjacent - Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan just 20 minutes watercraft drive from one another. Every one of them offers numerous plunging locales and excellence of marine lives. Whilst Padangbai diving destinations are famous... Reed More

Why To Dive The Liberty Wreck in Tulamben

Tulamben wreck diving

Diving never gets boring

The USAT Liberty was a United States Army cargo ship torpedoed by a Japanese submarine in 1942. The American military then stripped it, with locals doing the same soon after. It sat on the beach rusting for years and did not move from the beach until a volcanic eruption thrusted it into the water in 1963. It is now a popular diving spot in B... Reed More

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