One of the beauties of being a PADI professional is being subjected to a constant flow of new and fascinating people. Some will become lifelong friends, others relocate to the other side of the world. But distance is just a mere word these days as the glorious internet connects us […]Read more ›
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The PADI Scholarship Program offers PADI diver training programs to people who would otherwise be limited to accessing these opportunities. It aims to create life changing employment prospects while fostering conservation-minded ocean ambassadors. Written by Sari and Roy, PADI Scholarship recipients. Becoming PADI Divemasters is transforming our lives. The AquaMarine […]Read more ›
Technical diving means going beyond recreational scuba diving limits. But, tec divers will tell you that it’s really about the challenge and adventure of exploring places that no one else has ever seen. PADI 5 Star Dive Resort, Two Fish Divers, have recently expanded their operations to Amed, Indonesia focusing on […]Read more ›
Indonesia, with its thousands of tiny islands, makes for some phenomenal liveaboard opportunities, especially when you travel further east across the archipelago to where there are few shore based operators. Liveaboard Diving Indonesia Liveaboards not only give you access to some of the most remote and pristine dive sites of […]Read more ›
PADI Master Instructor Sarah Wormald has recently released a guide book titled Diving in Indonesia; The Ultimate Guide to the World’s Best Dive Spots. The guide aims to provide comprehensive information on dive sites across Indonesia. The information on each region includes difficulty level, highlights, logistics, general area information, general […]Read more ›
The waters surrounding Indonesia’s 13,466 islands host some of the most incredible marine life encounters a diver could wish for. Indonesia is the world’s largest archipelagic country and boasts being the world’s second most biodiverse country after Brazil. In addition, 36% of Indonesia birds and 39% of its mammal species are endemic […]Read more ›