Posted by: Stefan
Recently We’ve hosted Marco and Leopardo from Italy’s SUB dive magazine as well as Serggio of Mondo Sommerdo. They were on a tight schedule and have only 3 day’s diving with us, and they have a tall list of critters to photograph. Thankfully we were’nt too busy, therefore in 3 day’s diving we tried our best to help them get all they need for their work. The KBR Dive Team did not disappoint.
Serggio Riccardo: ”Dear Stefan, I want to thank you and all your Great Staff for your kind cooperation. Was a very pleasure dive with you. As soon all photos will be ready, I’ll inform you. See you soon with a new Italian groups…KBR’s Diving: 100 % guaranteed !!!”
This week we are hosting a lot of repeat guests. A great, jovial group from Reef Photos & Video of fort Lauderdale and a team of good divers from the UK. I’ve invited their participation on our blog, and the first ones just started coming in.
Martin Roberts: ”Breaking the water and emerging into the sunshine, the grins & chatter tell their own story of another great dive in Lembeh. Mating blue ring octopus have so overawed our group that the two frogfish, many nudibranch, ornate ghost pipefish and the variety of other critters have been all but forgotten until the photos are reviewed to be discussed over a cold Bintang later this evening. Friends old and new are here with us on our fifth trip to KBR in as many years; we were hooked on day one when visiting before a liveaboard trip onboard Dewi Nusantara; this time around we’ve talked some friends into joining us, several associated with Reef Photo & Video out of fort Lauderdale – great contacts! For many it’s their first trip to Lembeh and an introduction to the wonders of muck & critter diving. Reactions are great as is the usual initial sight of disappointment turning rapidly into amazement at the diversity of life to be discovered in these waters. Those on a first trip to Indonesia, used more to Caribbean life, are amazed at the diversity of the little talked about reef top life here in Lembeh and want to spend as much time there as in the muck with the rest, no problem at all of course when you’re diving with such a high number of outstanding dive guides. I could review the sealife we have seen here, but the blogs already published are an accurate reflection of the phenomenal sights to be seen. The highest quality of service from Kungkungan bay resort and their excellent guides ensure there will be many repeat visits as is usually the case here.”
Date Posted: June 18, 2013 @ 3:44 pm Comments (0)