When you learn to dive you will spend many hours trying to achieve neutral buoyancy. This is the state when you become almost weightless in the water and can glide naturally and effortlessly through the water. Neutral buoyancy takes time to master and even experienced divers will constantly be fine tuning their technique. In this article we’re going to talk about why neutral buoyancy is so important and how you can achieve it. (more…)
Bali is one of the best-known islands in the whole world. With this in mind you may think that it’s not worth diving anymore because of the crowds or ruined reefs. But this couldn’t be further from the truth! Diving around Bali is incredibly diverse and great for every level from total beginners to lifelong divers. To whet your appetite, here are our top 10 dive sites in Bali. (more…)
Are you an early riser? If you aren’t you might have to be while you’re in Candidasa, because the east coast of Bali has some of the best sunrises on the island.
Because of Bali’s location just south of the equator, sunrise is at around 6.30am all year round. This isn’t too early for most people to get in a few magical sunrises while they are on the island, so we’re listing the 5 best places in East Bali to watch the sun come up. (more…)
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…)