Here in Bali we’re heading into rainy season, which means humid days and often downpours in the afternoon. We could see this as negative but it’s actually the perfect time to find a place to cool down. And where is better to cool down than a fresh, mountain fed waterfall? Bali has tons of gorgeous waterfalls to visit, so let’s get straight into 10 of the best! (more…)
Manta Point is one of the most requested dives for Gangga Divers at Lotus Bungalows Candidasa. And there is no doubt this manta cleaning station off the coast of Nusa Penida is pretty spectacular. If you are searching for these gentle giants, read on to find out all the details about Manta Point. (more…)
Bali is a dream destination for many people. It is one of the most famous islands in the world and has incredible culture, scenery, and experiences to offer. However, as part of The Republic of Indonesia, Bali is still considered a developing nation. This makes some people nervous about visiting the island for the first time. Worrying about safety, health, transportation, and cultural etiquette are completely normal. Hopefully these 7 tips for Bali first timers will help to calm your nerves and make preparations for your trip easier. (more…)
Have you ever been on a dive and have to ascend before you’ve seen everything you want to see? On many dives, there is so much ground to cover you may feel like you could never see it all. There is good news though. There is a way to cover more ground and see more in the time you have underwater.
Statistics show that most people who get PADI dive certifications are in their late 20’s. In general, this is a time before people settle down so they can enjoy more freedom and exploration. However, PADI statistics show that after certification many divers don’t carry on diving regularly or stop altogether. In fact, the average numbers of dives per year is just 8! Let’s delve a little deeper into this and find out why people stop diving and how to make sure you keep up your dive skills after certification. (more…)