scuba diving bag - fast boat from Sanur Beach to Nusa Lembongan Bali

Travelling with your own scuba gear? Yes you can!

For most travellers, the goal is to travel as light as possible to avoid hassles and tiredness. Of course, it depends on the kind of travels you’re into. Addict to all-inclusive resort holidays? Filling 2 or 3 suitcases is not an issue. If your thing is to go on an adventure and immerse yourself in the country you’re visiting then it is a bit more complicated and luggage optimisation is

Why you can dive anywhere you want

Scuba divers I meet during my trips to exotic countries usually ask me the same questions: “How many dives do you do a year?”, “Do you dive back home?”, “Often?” And the most popular ones: “What can you see?”, “Is it interesting?” These people are always very surprised to know I scuba dive in France, in Switzerland, in Belgium, even diving in Spain is surprising for

Scuba diving in Komodo

How I unexpectedly ended scuba diving in Komodo

For my first trip to Indonesia, I initially only had in mind a road trip to scuba dive and get around Bali. Yet, this is how the magic starts within a journey: when you leave enough space for spontaneous adventures.  After one month in Indonesia, I actually discovered more of Indonesia beyond Bali with a trip to Flores Island, where I went scuba diving

Jukung on Amed beach

The charm of a jukung dive in Amed, Bali

Located on the northeastern coast of Bali, Amed is one of the most popular scuba diving destinations on the island of the Gods. Dive sites such as the Wall and the Pyramids are some of the best dive sites in Bali. Scuba divers can frequently see underwater anemone fish and nudibranchs. Amed is about muck diving and is perfect for beginners thanks to its

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Welcome to World Adventure Divers.com

Underwater & Beyond… This is the story of how I started this diving blog. These two words are the ones I chose to describe what I do, what I love and how I always do it. Simple but true. At first, I loved to travel way before even making my first fin kick in the water: culture, languages, the beauty of what nature has to offer all