What’s happening at Twin Island Dive Lembongan?

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Thresher Sharks in Lembongan

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The high season (July to October) is normally highlighted by the chance to see the Mola (Sunfish). Though this has been true for this high season, we have also had increased sightings of thresher sharks; another amazing and rare creature!

Thresher sharks have been seen around Lembongan before, but it was a rare occasion and often deep (30 – 40 meters). Through the months of September and October, the chance of seeing a thresher has jumped up dramatically.

These thresher sharks have been spotted shallower than normal, around 20 – 30 meters, cursing by our divers on the north coast of Nusa Penida. Not all the thresher sharks have been spotted that deep. One was spotted during a PADI Discover Scuba Dive and another was spotted during dive 4 of the PADI Open Water course.

Lets take a look at some interesting facts about Threshers

  • How to identity a thresher shark
  • How do thresher sharks hunt
  • Threats to thresher sharks
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Premium Diving with Personalized Service

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Premium Diving Service

Personalized Diving Service

A big part of what makes Twin Island Dive Lembongan special and different from others, is our premium diving service that caters for a personalised diving experience. Whether you have never dived before or dived thousands of times, Twin Island Dive Lembongan is able to adjust our service to fit your personal needs.

To ensure our premium diving service, we offer small groups. Having small diving groups allows us to more easily provide a custom and personal experience for you.

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Wobbegong Sharks in Lembongan

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The Lazy Wobbegong Shark

Among the many creatures that can be spotted around Lembongan and Penida, one interesting one is the Wobbegong Shark. As of late, we have been seeing more and more of these strange creatures.

This got Kipp thinking;

  • Are these sharks seasonal?
  • Do they migrate?
  • Where does their name came from?
  • How do they move around and hunt?

Let’s dive in and help Kipp answer these questions!

Wobbegong Shark

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