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Bali

Bali's Tulamben — Muck Diving Heaven

X-Ray Magazine article |  
Standing on the beach staring out at the deep blue water, it’s hard to imagine a world so vibrant and full of life lying just a few meters away from our feet. My dive group and I shuffle slowly into the water, careful not to slip on the smooth black stones beneath our boots. With all our gear in place and a quick press of our deflators, we descend down into this beautiful wonderland hidden just below the surface.
61 - Jul 2014 | Tulamben

Correction: Five of seven missing divers rescued, one body found

Rescuers search for missing divers
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Five of seven Japanese women who disappeared during a diving excursion off the Indonesian island of Bali last week were found alive and rescued Monday, Bali's search and rescue agency said.

Bali

X-Ray Magazine article |  
Dark grey!. Usually a colour associated with dull. Not here. The dark lava sand creates a perfect neutral backdrop to make all the colours of corals and critters stand out beautifully. It also dampens the often harsh and bleaching tropical sunlight into something of a less eye-squinting exercise to enjoy.
07 - Oct 2005 | Bali - Discover Tulamben

Bali - the island of Gods

X-Ray Magazine article |  
Bali. It’s a name synonymous with a tropical island paradise, conjuring up images of emerald rice terraces, an exotic, vibrant culture and friendly people. This jewel of the Indonesian Archipelago is also a magnet for scuba divers, drawn by a bevy of attractions ranging from to tiny jewel-like nudibranchs to enormous mola molas. Once you’ve been, you’re hooked!

Bali’s East Coast

X-Ray Magazine article |  
When India’s Prime Minister Pandit Nehru visited Bali in 1950 to attend celebrations marking the newly established independence of Indonesia, he famously called the island “the morning of the world”. His simple but eloquent description really does encapsulate the uniqueness of this special island.
27 - Dec 2008 | Bali’s East Coast

Saving the Turtles on Bali

X-Ray Magazine article |  
Your support made the difference. Your support is still needed. This is why... We have reported on the plight of the sea turtles before. We have reported how they were being butchered by the thousands. And we have asked for your support and signatures on a petition to stop the slaughter of these ancient ocean citizens. It is now time to report back that your support has made a real difference. But the fight is not quite over yet.
20 - Dec 2007 | Saving Bali turtles

A phone call is all that it takes

X-Ray Magazine article |  
We have reported on the plight of the sea turtles before. We have reported how they were being butchered by the thousands. And we have asked for your support and signatures on a petition to stop the slaughter of these ancient ocean citizens. It is now time to report back that your support has made a real difference. But the fight is not quite over yet.

DDI course in Bali Friday, 07 May 2010 07:41

Press releases |  
Disabled Divers International paid Crystal Divers Bali a visit on the 30th April 2010, to educate senior IDC Staff Instructor Else Poulsen about teaching disabled divers.

Nine Potentially New Marine Species Discovered On Bali Reefs

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A two-week marine survey conducted by scientists with Conservation International (CI) in Indonesia, along with local partners, led to the discovery of eight potentially new species of fish and a potentially new species of coral in the waters surrounding Bali island.

Absolute Scuba Bali becomes SSI Platinum Training Centre

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(Via pressrelease) After extensive research into how to give Absolute Scuba Bali customers even better service and value, Absolute Scuba has successfully applied to become a Scuba Schools International (SSI) Platinum Instructor Training Centre.
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