16 03 17 - 00:11
Are you always the first diver who signals low on air, while the rest still has a 100 bar while surfacing. Are you watching your dive guide carefully to see if he breaths at all or has gills. How would it otherwise explain the full tank after surfacing.
Or do you always suspect that your tank is leaking. If this sounds a lot like you, then we have a few simple tips for you in this blog to become just as sufficient with air as all the divers you envy.
05 03 17 - 19:12
All divers experience it every now and then, you are diving around the most beautiful corals and marine life, but you can't enjoy it because you simply can't see it.
Your mask keeps fogging up and all you are busy with is trying to clear your mask to see at least where you are heading.
02 04 16 - 19:18
So you must have heard about the USAT Liberty wreck and its history. If you have been diving there you must have seen the ladies carrying the equipment and tanks.
What you might not know is the history of this initiative. The people involved in all the logistics around Tulamben are from the Diving Helpers Club Tulamben. You have these initiatives on multiple locations in Bali. If you have dived Manta Point with us, you can see that where we leave with the speedboat, there is also a helpers club.
17 01 16 - 18:53
Only a 50 minutes drive from Joe's Gone Diving in Sanur to this small coastal village called Padang Bai.
Everything is this town breaths diving, so if your not waiting with your backpack for the ferry to one of the Gili islands or Lombok, your only reason to be here is for diving.Padangbai is your starting point to do some amazing diving around Bali, no matter what your level is from open water to instructor, or what your interests are, would you like to see a Mola or a rare nudibranch? With very different dive sites to choose from there is something here for everyone.
03 12 15 - 17:31
When you are diving on the beautiful reefs of Bali, did you realize that these reefs where formed 10,000 years ago and are unlike anything else on the planet?
So when you are busy taking pictures of the many species of fish, clams and many other animals and plants, take a moment to take a closer look at the reefs itself, the most colorful and diverse ecosystem in the world.
Most people think corals are plants, but they are actually animals related to the jellyfish and anemones. Reefs are formed because a group of tiny organisms, called coral polyps, die. These animals, which are attached to the ocean floor, leave behind their hard limestone skeleton. The next generation of polyps uses these skeletons, eventually resulting into these amazing shaped structures we now know amongst others as staghorn, elkhorn, brain, mushroom and pillar corals. All these different structures provide a valuable habitat for the fish and other animals that makes diving around Bali so interesting.