How OK Divers Care for Environment

OK Divers Beach Clean UP

Save the Earth, Save Ourselves!

Over 5 million travelers visit Bali every year. When you first arrive, the airport vibe brings holiday mood instantly, makes you feel super excited to see more of the island. Beaches, green rice fields, amazing waterfalls, peaceful temples... In one word – paradise. But then you smell the burning pl... Reed More

Do you pick up rubbish while diving?

Rubbish on the beach

Stay green in Bali and be seen!

When we think about scuba diving, we also think about beautiful and pristine aquatic environments full of colorful corals and plenty of fish happily swimming around. But, to your surprise, as you dive you may find someth... Reed More

Have You Heard of Ghost Fishing?

School fish under water

Be part of the solution. Not the pollution.

Ghost fishing has received much attention in the past couple of years, especially due to the way it threatens marine animals. People have been leaving discarded fishing gear in water bodies for a long period of time. Both marine animals as well as birds can get trapped in these fishing lines. They also tend to swallow all... Reed More

BY-CATCH IS BIG THREAT FOR TURTLES

Bali turtle underwater

Go blue with us!

For those not familiar with by-catch, this term refers to the unwanted fish and other marine creatures caught during commercial fishing when they are searching for a different species. Fishing gear has become the biggest threat to sea turtles that live in every corner of the world. Hundreds of turtles are accidentally caught by shrimp trawl nets, gillnets, and on long line hooks every single year. This oft... Reed More

Ever heard of Zero Waste lifestyle?

Rubbish on the beach

Only we humans make waste that nature can’t digest

Scuba diving, or any other outdoor activity for that matter, should all be about enjoying being in nature and marveling at the beauty of it. Unfortunately trash has become a somewhat integral part of almost any adventure. It seems to be literally flooding our planet. Sadly, only a small percentage of people actually... Reed More

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