Lovina Beach : Playground of Bottle-Nosed Dolphins along North Bali's Coast
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Sea Rovers Dive Center
Just imagine you are on the deck of the dive boat, just a small group of divers and snorkelers, skipping across the sheltered waters of North West Bali towards Menjangan Island, with the volcanoes of East Java like sentinels in the distance.
As you get closer, the colour of the water changes from deep blue, to crystal clear turquoise as the diveboat slows and stops you start to see the colours of the coral, you can see the myriad of different fish.
Your heart beat increases with anticipation as you gear up and check. The dive master says remember, just take your time, relax and enjoy.
You step over the side into that water as it closes over you it feels almost luxurious, warm. As you drop down the colours really start to appear and the corals come into focus. Maybe you look up to see your family snorkeling above you and you wave as you descend.
Drifting along a wall stopping to watch and photograph a bright nudibranch. The Divemaster asks you to check your air, because the pace is so easy, you have plenty, you carry on exploring, the divemaster points out a ghost pipe fish, how did he see that? Remember he has been diving here for years.
Something flashing blue in a crevice catches your eye. What is it? You take a photo.
As you move up movement catches your eye, children wave frantically at you pointing along the reef. Looking up the colours become even brighter and you see a turtle resting in the coral gardens that open up before your eyes. Different colonies all living in harmony in this fantastic almost magical world - just part of the Sea Rovers experience
So if you're someone looking for a bit of high adventure and undersea treasures, then sign yourself aboard Matey, cos there's diving & snorkeling to be done!
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