HIGH PERFORMANCE MASK AT DUNE ATLANTIS

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Dune Atlantis 1 - 0 Plastic bottle

Our new partnership with Trash Hero!

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OCEAN AND SKIN PROTECTION

How does MATAHARI protect you and our coral reefs?

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Offer of the moment

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NEW: App™ PADI

This january , PADI just updated his new Scuba Diving Essential app. An innovation which allowed the divers to capture their diving onScubaEarth®, and how to deal with it. Moreover , you will also have the opportunity to access AT the last PADI by-product collection.

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Balinese Galungan and Kuningan day

On the 26th of December one of the most important Balinese holidays will take place, it’s called Galungan. A holiday that returns every 210 days and celebrated in every region of Bali. The Balinese word Galungan means victory or battle. It is said to be the day goodness won the battle against badness. Galungan day is the time for ancestral spirits of deceased relatives to visit earth. The spirits will then return to visit their former homes and it is up to the Balinese people to be hospitable and welcome their ancestors through prayers and offers. On Kuningan, the last day of this...

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Manta Rays and their way of life

Manta Rays, the impressive fish with its black and white coloration and enormous size. They can grow up to a 8 meters wide and possess the largest brain of all fishes, yet they are very charismatic and gentle creatures. Here is some info about this remarkable fish and its way of life. Habitat Manta Rays live in temperate, subtropical and tropical oceans worldwide and they can be seen in places to the coast of shallow water, reefs, atolls, seamounts and groups of islands like the Nusa islands. In the following link you will see how Dune Atlantis staff encounters Manta Rays in Nusa Pen...

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Project Aware Week Dive against Debris

We only see beautiful white sandy beaches, crystal blue waters and magnificent marine life. However, our oceans are not as clean as some might look. In fact they are contaminated with an endless amount of debris. For that reason, Project Aware has been brought into life, a global movement for ocean protection powered by a community of adventurers. In 2011 a special program, called Dive Against Debris, has been set up that empowers divers to remove marine debris from the ocean and report data on the types, quantities and locations of materials collected. Since the launch, more than 50,00...

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Nyepi Laut.. Day of the silent ocean

Nyepi Laut.. Day of the silent ocean Every year on the fourth full moon of the Balinese calendar Nyepi Laut is celebrated on the islands of Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan. This year it will take place on September 25th. Nyepi Laut stands for the day of the silent ocean in which the population of al three islands will honor Dewa Baruna, ruler of the sea. The ritual of this day is meditation and quiet contemplation of the waters surrounding and sustaining the islands. Therefore, on Nyepi Laut all activities on and in the sea around the islands will be ceased. No boats wil...

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Earthquake Bali, 5th of August 2018

The earthquake that struck the Indonesian island of Lombok on Sunday with a force of 7.0, could also be felt on the popular tourist island of Bali. Is it still safe? Yes, Lombok is a large island and all earthquakes have happened in the north of Lombok. This is also the reason that the Gili's were hit hard. However, unless you were planning to climb the Rijani or visit the gilli's, the average tourist in Lombok stays 9 out of 10 times in the south of Lombok since there are the most beaches. And in the south nothing is wrong. In other words, you can still go to Lombok and h...

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