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Why to book with us!

We specialize in tailor made adventure holidays for families and small and medium sized groups, that focus on the exploration of the underwater world, both for divers and non-divers, in combination with island excursions.

Our expertise is the result of 10 years of sailing, diving, snorkeling and trekking in the Indonesian archipelago. We know how to help you find the perfect destination for your dream vacation and organize a customized safari program.

All pictures taken on our trips.



Read more: BaliRead more: BaliBali is a fantastic holiday destination for so many reasons beyond diving.
This tropical paradise has a unique blend of modern tourist facilities combined with wonderful nature and a rich past and heritage. The Balinese people are proud of having preserved their unique Hindu culture. This is still reflected in day to day life and can be seen in the numerous ceremonies, Balinese festivals and magnificent temples and palaces.
Beautiful landscapes, fascinating culture, nature trekking, surfing, wonderful shopping or the relaxation of a spa, Bali has it all.
It is well worth extending your dive vacation by a couple of days to discover this tropical paradise.


Read more: BaliRead more: BaliMost of the coastline of Bali is fringed by long sandy beaches. Unsurprisingly, given the volcanic nature of the island, black sand is the norm, but there are also some beaches in the south which have fine-grained white sand.
Away from the coast, Bali is largely lush, green and fertile, and rice paddies are the dominant agricultural feature of the island. In some areas, paddies take the form of dramatic sculpted terraces which efficiently utilise every available acre of land for cultivation. Especially beautiful examples of terraced paddies can be found in the centre of the island north of Ubud and in east Bali around Tirta Gangga. Elsewhere, gently rolling rice fields make for very pleasing rural scenery.
All of Bali's mountains are volcanoes, some long dormant and some still active. At 3,142 metres, magnificent Mount Agung dominates the landscape of East Bali and has not erupted since 1963. Much more active and Near Kintamani is Mount Batur who offers an excellent panoramic view of the lake


Read more: BaliDaytime temperatures are pleasant, varying between 20 and 33 degrees Celsius (68 to 93 degrees Fahrenheit) year-round. From December to March, the west monsoon can bring heavy showers and high humidity, but days are still often sunny with the rains starting in the late afternoon or evening and passing quickly. From June to September, the humidity is low and it can be quite cool in the evenings.
On the other hand, in central Bali and in the mountains, you should not be surprised by cloudy skies and showers at any time of the year.

Bali Hotels

Have a look at some hotels in Bali that you can select for you´r holiday

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Getting there By plane

Most visitors will arrive at Ngurah Rai International Airport who is located between Kuta and Jimbaran, roughly 20 mins away from Sanur and 45 mins away from ubud.
In addition to national carrier Garuda Indonesia, major international airlines that serve Bali directly include:

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Where to stay in Bali

If you need a good place to stay here is a list of places to stay around Bali

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Bali Divesites

Bali looks fabulous with his rice paddy terraces and his volcanoes poking through the cloud, but it`t even better when you go diving.
Coral reefs along the coats are healthy and diverse, with a great variety of marine life from small and unusual like seahorses, ghost pipefish, frogfish to big fishes like manta rays, oceanic sunfish or the Pelagic thresher shark.
Bali offer a variety of exiting diving options for all levels of divers such as shipwreck, vertical drop-offs, or black volcanic slopes.
There are five main diving area’s in Bali.

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