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Using the Dive Against Debris App to record trash we collected on a local dive site.

Marine Research on the Nusa Islands: Become a Citizen Scientist

As soon as you start your dive adventures on the Nusa islands you’ll find we’re part of a very active diving community contributing to marine research. Research that is important to better understand and preserve the underwater world we love so much.

The cool thing is that as a diver on the Nusa islands you can contribute to several research projects on our favourite marine creatures! … Read More

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Eating Vegetarian in Bali

Eating Vegetarian in Bali: A Survival Guide

Travelling as a vegetarian can sound daunting to some, but with a bit of research, it is completely manageable. Whenever you read travel guides about local dishes to try in foreign countries, it seems they are always some type of … Read More

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Why You Should Spend Nyepi on the Nusa Islands

Many visitors are drawn to Bali for the beautiful beaches, serene retreats, delicious food and cultural immersion. The Balinese Hindu population holds special celebrations regularly, including the Bali arts festival, Bali kite festival, Bali spirit festival, perang pandan, galungan and … Read More

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Getting to the Nusas

Getting to the Nusa Islands

Although the Nusa Islands can seem like a world away from Bali, it is relatively quick and easy to get there from the mainland. All of the transportation is easily arranged by Ceningan Resort staff so you can just sit … Read More

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PADI Go Pro Scholarship – 2019 Candidates

Each year for the past 3 years, we have taken two Indonesian citizens for a 12 month all-inclusive PADI GoPRO Divemaster scholarship followed by a 12+ months full-time employment contract. … Read More

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Battle Marine Plastic Debris

Indonesia to Battle Marine Plastic Debris

Indonesia to Battle Marine Plastic Debris Indonesia will declare its commitment to battle marine plastic debris on Feb. 23. Studies indicate that Indonesia is the second-biggest contributor of marine plastic debris worldwide, with an estimated 1.3 million tons originating from the archipelago annually. Environment and Forestry … Read More

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