Why diving in Padang Bay ?

Located on the East coast of Bali, Padang Bay is a charming port town with white sand beach. At less than one hour from Sanur, this dive site welcomes divers of every level all year. It’s one of the best spots for people wishing to try diving, thanks to perfect conditions : perfect visibility, weak current, water at around 27 degrees. After a few minutes of boat ride, you will discover the turquoise water of Blue Lagoon. The dive is from a jukung, a traditional boat, in a protected bay. You can see a lot of beautiful corals, an abundant marine life and even sometimes reef sharks. N...

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Bali's biggest clean-up

One Island One Voice organizes Bali’s biggest clean-up all around the country the 15th of February. Dune Atlantis Bali will participate to this event with a team of volunteers like every year. When? February, 15th at 9 AM Where? Pantai Semawang - In front of Stiff Chili / Beach House Sanur You also want to help the well-being of the Island of Gods? Feel free to join us with your friends and take part of this environmentally friendly event !

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Traveling to Australia: a scuba diving adventure

Stay in Australia: The best dive sites When we talk about Australia, it comes directly to mind from its vast plateau for a winter ski trip. However, this land of excess does not stop there. Australia is also a country full of underwater wonders that is worth a visit. In this sense, moreover, it is the heart and soul of a scuba diving site. To satisfy all the desires of divers, here are some of the most essential. SS Yongala wreck a favorite address for scuba diving The marine fauna of Australia is distinguished by its diversity and also by its richness. Likewise, for its marine flora....

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Tulamben, a must see?

If you are passionate about diving, you must have heard about the famous wreck of the USAT Liberty. This wreck from the Second World War is worldwide known, attracting divers from all over the world every day. Tulamben is a fishing village located northeast of Bali. From its beautiful volcanic black sand beaches you can see the still active Agung volcano. Tulamben is full of different dive sites: every diver, beginner as well as experienced, will find his happiness there. Where to do a wreck dive? The most popular site is of course the wreck of the USAT Liberty, a must see. It is located...

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Nusa Penida, an incredible island off the coast of Bali

This island located in the south-east of Bali is accessible in 40-45 minutes by boat and is particularly famous for its seabed and especially the famous Manta point where you can admire the sumptuous Manta rays, but not only! Indeed, this island abounds in many other treasures which requires 3 days on the spot to discover them all. Among them, there are the must-see attractions such as Kelingking Beach, the island's most popular cliff where you can admire the turquoise-blue waters along the island from the top, all surrounded by lush vegetation. It is even possible to go down to...

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Some tips for your Open Water

Going through your Open Water is the first step to explore the ocean. Millions of divers have been there before so there is no reason to stress. Here are some tips to help you enjoying this wonderful experience. First, you need to choose a dive center you are comfortable with. Choose a PADI certified center so that security conditions are fulfilled and standards are met. Second, take your certification in a language with which you are comfortable. If you are not fluent in English, take classes in French to fully understand all the information given. Once your center is chosen, let...

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Ocean resolutions for 2020!

Let’s work together and let’s try to keep the ocean as clean as possible in 2020! With a few small adjustments to your daily life, you can already help the ocean to stay clean and the fish healthy! Reef friendly sunscreen We all know that it’s important to wear sunscreen, we want to protect our skin and use sunscreen on a daily basis. One important thing that not a lot people know, is that using sunscreen does a lot of damage to the world around us. A recent study showed that about 14,000 tons of sunscreen ends up in reefs worldwide. This can lead to bleaching, damage...

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Beach and ocean clean up in Sanur

When we think of Bali, we imagine wonderful white sand beaches and crystal clear water. What we expect is not always the reality : sometimes beach are covered by rubbish littering. This will be even more true after New Year's Eve. Indeed, the end-of-year celebrations attract many tourists and locals to the beaches, who do not necessarily respect the environment. In addition, the rainy season will start and will bring a lot of trash into the oceans. We nickname it "trash season": litters are carried away by currents and winds, covering beaches of Kuta, Legian, Seminyak … ...

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New Year's Eve in Bali!

The festive season is coming soon and you are already starting to wonder how you are going to celebrate New Year’s Eve. Indonesia has 4 different calendars for different cultures: the Gregorian calendar with international standards, the Chinese calendar, the Islamic calendar and the Balinese calendar. Each new year has its own festivals, rites and customs. Nevertheless, both tourists and locals celebrate the transition to the new year of the Gregorian calendar.Whether you want to celebrate it peacefully with a good meal, or party all night, here are the different ways to welcome 2020 ...

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NYE in Bali!

NYE in Bali! 2020 is around the corner and that means that is time to plan your New Year’s Eve event. The island of Gods, Bali, is a great place to celebrate NYE because during this time there are tons of different parties and places you can go. Why Bali for NYE? Bali is an island full of options; you can choose to go the one of the biggest NYE party’s in a fancy beach club in Canggu, or you can just go for some fireworks and casual drinks on the beach of Kuta. Bali has a lot of free options to spend the last night of 2019, so you don’t have to spend a lot of m...

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