Gili Trawangan offers a large variety of dive sites within a short distance of the island…more than 25 in fact! This makes it one of the easiest places in Indonesia to access great diving. And thankfully the diving adventures don’t have to stop at sundown. You can also dive at night to see all the sites in a totally new light. (more…)
Seasickness can make you feel absolutely horrible. It can range from feelings of slight nausea to dizziness, repeated vomiting and fever-like symptoms. The actual cause of these symptoms isn’t 100% understood, but most likely has to do with your brain’s inability to balance the signals that it is receiving from the ears, eyes and body. (more…)
Did you know children as young as 10 can get certified as a PADI Junior Open Water Diver? This may not be suitable for all children, but if you think your child is ready Gili Trawangan is one of the best places in Indonesia to get them in the water. Keep on reading if you are thinking about taking your child diving for the first time. (more…)
If you’re considering learning to dive you’ve probably heard or read information about the PADI Open Water Diver and Advanced Open Water Diver courses. You may also be wondering what is so different about these courses and aren’t sure whether you need to take both or are fine doing one or the other. If you need a little more information on what the courses entail and where you can do these courses, keep reading. (more…)
Gangga Divers, the house PADI dive centres for Lotus Hotel’s five resorts, has been rebranded with a fantastic new logo.
The logo’s base, a nautilus shell, reflects the sea and constant growth, which is what Gangga Divers’ service is all about. The logo also contains the letter G in the shell’s spiral, unifying the first initial of Gangga Divers and the shell. (more…)