We finally were able to get back to Indonesia after this long break due to the pandemic. Bali opened to tourists in August this year.
We were happy to stay with Anna and Alex and their wonderful team at
Bali Villa Dive Resort
We are editing all our images and uploading them to
flickr in the coming days. Stay tuned for some exciting stuff.
Here some teasers
A selfie with our diveguide Ari
On the boat after a perfect dive
A 360 view
A room with a view
The wobbegong is a carpet shark and thus
spends much of its time resting on the sea floor. At daytime one have to look under rocks and overhangs to find them resting.
On our trip to Raja Ampat we came across the tasselled wobbegong (
Eucrossorhinus dasypogon), one of the 12 species of the Orectolobidae family aka carpet sharks on a regular basis.
Luckily we found some of them laying in the open or even swimming around.
Here some video footage of a swimming wobbegong
Diving in the Raja Ampat area is a priviledge. I can’t remember having witnessed that many schooling/shoaling fish in other areas. Sweetlips, barracudas, snappers, fusiliers, batfish, trevallies, surgeonfish and bigeyes all gather into one fantastic underwater symphony!
Take a plunge into Raja Ampat’s fishbowl!