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A liveaboard trip with Divine Diving’s ‘Weta Molas’

I had the luck to experience a 3 day/ 2 night trip on the beautiful boat Weta Molas. After meeting all the guests at Divine Diving, we walked towards the boat and seeing her in the harbour I got very excited. The crew waved & welcomed us with pride and happiness. The wonderful Weta Molas […]

10 tips for divers to protect the ocean planet

Project A.W.A.R.E.’s 10 Tips for Divers to Protect the Ocean Planet 1. Be a Buoyancy Expert 2. Be a Role Model 3. Take Only Photos – Leave Only Bubbles 4. Protect Underwater Life 5. Become a Debris Activist   6. Make Responsible Seafood Choices 7. Take Action 8. Be an Eco-tourist 9. Shrink Your Carbon […]

Fish Facts: Frogfish

Frogfish – also known as anglerfish – are one of those weird & wonderful underwater inhabitants that divers simply love to discover. In addition to their superb camouflage, their incredible variety of colour and texture make them fascinating to observe, while their behaviour is equally unusual. There is a lot of variety within species as […]

WWF Signing Blue

Divine Diving are proud to announce that we have been awarded a Three Starfish “Signing Blue” certificate by WWF (World Wide Fund For Nature) Indonesia. Signing Blue is a platform initiated by WWF Indonesia to promote the practice and management of responsible eco-tourism in Indonesia. The program encourages governments, business people, and communities to play […]

Fish Facts: Seahorses

Seahorses Seahorses are on the wish list of many divers, and can be regularly seen here in the Komodo National Park. These fish have their heads angled down and bodies ending with curved tails generally attached to something near the bottom blending expertly with its surroundings. Seahorses swim upright, a characteristic not shared by their […]

Fish Facts: Turtles

Fish Facts: Turtles Marine turtles aren’t actually fish but reptiles. They have to surface periodically to breathe and are often spotted on their way to or from the surface. There are seven different species of Marine Turtle. The two types commonly seen in the Komodo National Park are Hawksbill and Green. Turtles are divers’ favourites, […]

PADI Women’s Dive Day 2017

PADI Women’s Dive Day On 15 July 2017 it’s going to be the third annual PADI Women’s Dive Day. Women’s Dive Day was started to try to close the gender gap, supporting and making women divers stronger in the diving community. Diving is no longer the “man’s sport” it used to be, the ratio for […]

10 Fish Facts

  10 Fish Facts 1.      Most fish reproduce by laying eggs, though some fish, such as great white sharks, give birth to live babies called pups. 2.      Starfish are not fish. Neither are jellyfish. 3.      Catfish have over 27,000 taste buds. Humans have around 7,000. 4.      Most fish have taste buds all over their body. […]

TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2017

Certificate of Excellence 2017 Divine Diving are proud to celebrate our 5th TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in a row!   We would like to thank our wonderful guests who have made this possible by taking the time to write great reviews.  We appreciate any and all feedback, and hope that we can continue to keep […]

Fish Fact: Black-Tip Reef Sharks

The Black-tip Reef Shark This elegant shark is commonly found in the Komodo National Park. When we dive in the north of the park, at dive sites Castle Rock, Crystal Rock and The Couldron, and in the centre of the park at Tatawa Besar and Manta Point they are regularly spotted. Appearance/Size The black-tip reef […]