Are you a diver looking for a challenging addition to your dive qualifications? Many scuba divers say that the PADI Rescue Diver course is the most challenging course they’ve ever taken. However, the rewarding feeling it brings is more than enough reason to undertake the challenge. If you’re ready to push yourself and gain some life-long skills, read on about becoming a rescue diver in Bali. (more…)
Bali might be famous for its beaches, but like most tourist destinations, the most well known are the most crowded. However, if you’re willing to get out and explore a little, Bali has tons of hidden gems.
In East Bali there are a number of beautiful beaches that you might have all to yourself. (more…)
Indonesia is massive and as an island nation with over 17,000 islands it has scuba diving galore. And with diving comes the chance to see some incredible sea critters that you might not find anywhere else in the world. If you’re looking for marine life, you can add these critters to your checklist to look out for while diving in Indonesia. (more…)
While you’re in Bali there are some iconic things you should see. One of these is traditional Balinese dance, which is beautiful, colourful, and sometimes haunting.
Dances are used for many different reasons in Bali, from sacred ceremonies within temples, to pure entertainment and fun. (more…)
If you’re a diver you’re most likely a lover of marine life and the wonders you can see underwater. You are probably also aware that marine eco-systems are in serious danger of disappearing due to issues like global warming and improper disposal of plastic waste and chemicals. If you, like us, are willing to do whatever it takes to keep diving and enjoying the magic of these marine ecosystems, you should be up-to-date on how to employ these eco-friendly scuba diving tips. (more…)