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Post Number:#1  Postby Chai » Mon Apr 05, 2010 4:34 pm

Hi guys,

I am planning a family holiday in Bali in early June. I should be able to get a few dives done, and hopefully some snorkeling too.

Any suggestions (from your experience) which dive operators I can contact?

I would be taking photos with my compact camera. And I don't have to stay in an expensive resort (In the past, I would stay in divers' lodges run by dive operators).

All suggestions are appreciated.

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Re: Bali

Post Number:#2  Postby Ian J » Tue Apr 20, 2010 3:08 am

I have dived at Eco Dive in Jemeluk bay. Plenty to see underwater and a great dive at Gili Salang where I have never failed to see white tips.
Accomodation is negotiable in the immediate area depending on the season, or you can just stay at the dive place.
Their Web site is www.ecodivebali.com
They will also fix up a trip to the Liberty Wreck at Tulamben
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Re: Bali

Post Number:#3  Postby Chai » Wed Apr 21, 2010 3:24 pm

Ian J wrote:I have dived at Eco Dive in Jemeluk bay. Plenty to see underwater and a great dive at Gili Salang where I have never failed to see white tips.
Accomodation is negotiable in the immediate area depending on the season, or you can just stay at the dive place.
Their Web site is www.ecodivebali.com
They will also fix up a trip to the Liberty Wreck at Tulamben
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Hi Ian,

Thanks for the tip. FYI I have already booked for a dive package with Tulamben Wreck Divers.

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Re: Bali

Post Number:#4  Postby Ian J » Thu Apr 22, 2010 2:42 am

It's a bit of a haul from Tulamben but if you get a chance do make a couple of dives at Gili Salang. Depending on the state of tides and prevailing seasonal currents the place really can get whipped up into a frenzy and that tends to bring in some interesting marine life
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Re: Bali

Post Number:#5  Postby Chai » Thu Apr 22, 2010 1:20 pm

Ian J wrote:It's a bit of a haul from Tulamben but if you get a chance do make a couple of dives at Gili Salang. Depending on the state of tides and prevailing seasonal currents the place really can get whipped up into a frenzy and that tends to bring in some interesting marine life
Enjoy
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Hi again Ian,

The prospect of  seeing interesting marine life sounds tempting. But I am too timid to throw myself into any big currents and frenzied waters  :$
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