Rules and guidelines for diving

Diving is exploring another world. But this world, if we do not paid attention, can be damaged and this can have irreversible consequences on the quality of the fauna and marine flora. Here are 7 tips to optimize your underwater behavior in order to be a responsible diver. 1. One of the most occurring faults of the diver is kicking with the fins ... it is necessary to avoid kicking the fins violently near the rocks and the ground, this will damage the area, fauna and flora. 2. Do not touch, catch or destroy the coral ... never! 3. Adjust the buoyancy (stabilization) to avoid any cont...

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Manta rays

If there is one thing that you do not want to miss when visiting Bali, it is the Manta rays. These giant creatures that normally measure between 3 and 6 meters can reach up to 8 meters in some regions of the world and weigh up to 2 tons. They are a distant cousin of sharks and other rays. These majestic creatures are remarkable and so impressive and intimidating. If they are called "sea devils", it is not to describe their character but rather because of their two horn-like outgrowths around the mouth which serve to scratch the ground to look to eat. They are perhaps the largest ray...

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Discover the beauty of Indonesia through a cruise

With more than 17000 islands, Indonesia is the biggest archipelago of the world and this one a good place to do a trip in cruise. Moreover, this activity is one of the best way to explore the archipelago and do to the must-do things during a trip in Indonesia. Wheter with family, friends or in couple, this trip promises you unforgettable memories. Over this adventure, the visitors can have a lot of discoveries to do that can be natural, traditional and cultural. To begin the trip, the backpackers can do an adventure in boat between Bali and Flores. This itinerary permits them to visit the litt...

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Take a vacation rental in Indonesia to ally travelling and leisure

Opting for an holiday rental in Indonesia will give access to the best local tourist attractions for the travelers. Ubud for example, is an address to prefer during an expedition in Bali. Center of the balinese culture, this city has no shortage of hotels or guesthouses for those who want to stay some time in this peaceful place. To get closer to nature, visitors can rent a traditional villa within this region. This way, they have time completely relax during their stay. Meanwhile, they can enjoy the panoramic view on the rice terraces and the green indonesian landscapes. Furthermore, Ubud is ...

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Meet Fon from Thailand

Fon worked at a company in Bangkok as a software engineer for years before going to Bali for a Dive Master Training. She decided to become a dive master because she wants to make money while travelling and divingin her “One-Year Day Off.” She walked around to many dive shops in Bali; from Sanur, Amed until Tulamben. Then she decided to choose Atlantis Bali because she saw the dive center has many customers and go to many different places everyday so she knew she can go diving almost everyday with Atlantis Bali. At the place she worked, there is a group of diving, even her...

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The Ramadan, a holy month for Muslims...

The 9th month of the Hijri calendar (Islamic calendar) represents the firsts Koranic verses from the prophet. This month is considered as the holiest for Muslims. Indonesia is the country with the biggest Muslims community in the world. The Ramadan end celebration, called «Eid el Fitr» or «Idul Fitri» in Indonesian, is the most important for Muslims in the country. It will take place on sunday, the 25th of June. Selamat Idul Fitri !

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Yang, a new Dive Master

Yáng, a new Dive Master “She decided to become a Dive Master just after finishing Open Water Course in Koh Tao, Thailand!” Yáng just graduated from University on Music & Art History major last year. Then, she decided to go travel for one year. She was working as a chef at kitchen for half year, then went travelling around SEA and Patagonia in South America, after that she came to Bali to join Dive Master Training. Yáng loves every sense of diving. The sense of being underwater, not being to talk to anyone, the water makes her feel calm and ...

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Planning a diving trip in Indonesia? Go for the appealing Bali and Gili Islands

Planning a diving trip in Indonesia? Go for the appealing Bali and Gili Islands The Indonesian underwater world is particularly rich in marine floras and faunas, as well as wrecks which became over the years artificial coral reefs. It is for these reasons and many others that they attract every year fervent scuba divers from all around the world. If you plan to travel in Indonesia soon for holidays, then Bali or the Gili islands are the best destinations in case you would like to dive in Indonesian waters. Some must do diving spots in Bali If you are crazy about scuba diving or simply...

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Nyepi 2017 – Shh … ! Silence in Bali …

On 28th of March 2017, the new balinese year of the Saka calendar will start : the year 1939 can begin. This so unusual and unique day succeeds 3 days of very important purification ceremonies called Melasti. The day before what we call the silent day, many offerings are place in the street to exorcise the evil spirits. During 24 hours, from 6 o'clock in the morning, the island of Gods is totally shut down, turning its so usually animated streets in human desert. It is strictly prohibited to go out from the houses and also to switch on the lights : the evil spirits passing on the isl...

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Meet Iina Ester, the new PADI Certified Dive Master

Iina is originally from Leppakoski, Finland and she is currently based out of New Orleans, Louisiana. Iina, whose childhood dream was to live somewhere with sunshine and palm trees, moved to Florida, USA at 17 when she received a Disney scholarship to be an exchange student. She stayed in Florida to pursue her undergraduate in exercise physiology at the University of Florida. For the past 20 years, Iina has been developing her career as a health and motivation expert and she graduated her Ph.D in Physiology Exercise from Georgia State University in 2011. Since then, she has worked with p...

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