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Pulau Weh – A Jewel in Indonesia’s Crown

Pulau Weh – A Jewel in Indonesia’s Crown

4 September, 2017 at 10:13 pm Comments are Disabled

Pulau Weh? Pulau What?  How much do you know about this tiny Indonesian island? Have you even heard of it? If not, you’re missing out and here’s why. Nothing is as suggestive of a tropical island paradise as palm trees, mangroves and white sandy coves and Pulau Weh literally has […]

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7 Reasons Why All Divers Should Try Muck Diving in Lembeh

7 Reasons Why All Divers Should Try Muck Diving in Lembeh

28 August, 2017 at 10:21 pm Comments are Disabled

So you’ve explored colourful coral reefs and a range of topographies. Now it’s time for something different. How do black sand dive sites sound? The thought might not conjure up the diving visions you’re used to but the 7 reasons below will change your mind and have you booking you […]

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PADI Women in Diving: Dimpy Jacobs, Indonesian PADI Instructor & Marine Biologist

PADI Women in Diving: Dimpy Jacobs, Indonesian PADI Instructor & Marine Biologist

9 July, 2017 at 6:03 pm Comments are Disabled

Photo supplied by Murex Dive Resort In Indonesia, local female PADI Professionals aren’t common, but this didn’t stop Dimpy Jacobs, who was one of the first Indonesian females to earn her PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor certification. Not only are female instructors few and far between here, but female marine […]

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Diving in Derawan, Indonesia

Diving in Derawan, Indonesia

2 May, 2017 at 6:46 pm Comments are Disabled

Guest post by Carissa Wong I’ve always been an ocean child. As a kid, my family would take trips to beautiful beaches; Maldives, Kapalai, Tulamben, Bohol. I was in heaven and to this day I find myself drawn back to ocean again and again. And yet there is still so […]

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A New Reason to Visit Raja Ampat

A New Reason to Visit Raja Ampat

30 April, 2017 at 11:10 pm Comments are Disabled

When diving at what is considered to be the epicentre of marine biodiversity, you expect to see a few species that you’ve never seen before. What you might not expect to see is species that have never been seen in that location before. The list of marine species documented for […]

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5 Destinations Worth Getting PADI Certified

5 Destinations Worth Getting PADI Certified

28 February, 2017 at 5:00 am Comments are Disabled

So if you earn your PADI Open Water Diver certification, where can you use it? Everywhere. Start with these beautiful destinations: Bonaire The reefs off this Dutch island continually rank among the Caribbean’s best for species diversity, which means you’ll encounter more varieties of fish on one dive here than […]

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