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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.

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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:
Cathay Pacific  from Hong Kong
•    China Airlines  and Eva Air  from Taipei
•    Japan Airlines  from Tokyo
•    KLM  from Amsterdam (direct, with a stop in Singapore)
•    Malaysia Airlines  from Kuala Lumpur
•    Qatar Airways  from Doha and Singapore
•    Singapore Airlines  from Singapore
•    Thai Airways  from Bangkok
•    SkyWest  from Australia
•    Strategic Aviation  from Australia
Low cost or budget carriers serving Bali internationally include:
•    AirAsia  from Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Australia and Singapore
•    Pacific Blue  from Australia
•    Jetstar  from Australia and Singapore
Balinese dancer in green costume

All passports must be valid for a minimum of six months from the date of entry into Indonesia and have at least two blank pages available for stamps.
If you are flying internationally into Indonesia, most nationalities are required to purchase a visa on arrival (VOA) at US$25 for 30 days. As of January 2010, the only type of visa on arrival available is US$25 for 30 days, extendable once to up to 60 days.
Flying out of Bali, you are subject to the airport departure tax which can be paid in cash in Indonesian Rupiah only, so save some bills for the trip out. The airport departure tax is Rp 200,000 for international departures and Rp 75,000 for domestic departures.