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Neptune Scuba Diving on Foursquare

It’s been a little bit more than 1 year since we have have officially open Neptune Scuba Diving and we have not stopped not even 1 second from development. As a business philosophy we believe that every day you should make an improvement, never stay still, even if you make a step and you find […]

Whale Shark – What we’re learning about the world’s largest fish

It has been just over two years since we successfully deployed five fin-mounted satellite tags on whale sharks in in the Bird’s Head Seascape in West Papua, Indonesia. Since that initial expedition, we’ve managed to deploy the custom-made satellite tags on 27 whale sharks in West Papua’s Cendrawasih and Triton bays. Perhaps the most surprising […]

PADI: 5 PADI Specialty Courses Kids Love

So, you want to keep your kids interested in diving, and having fun in the water. Well, one of the best ways to do that is with PADI® Specialty Courses. These five courses are the top picks from PADI AmbassaDiver Margo Peyton, founder of Kids Sea Camp, a weeklong program of diving and activities held in […]

PADI: Myths and Misconceptions About Peeing in Your Wetsuit

You did what in your wetsuit?! There’s a well-worn saying among divers: there are those who pee in their wetsuit, and there are those who lie about it. We’re not 100% sure if that’s true, but there are plenty of myths and misconceptions we can clear up about making the bladder gladder underwater. Drinking Less […]

PADI: Is Scuba Diving safe ?

Scuba diving is enjoyed by thousands of people around the world every day and is considered a low-risk activity compared to many other outdoor and sporting activities – even such widespread activities as swimming, jogging and all-terrain vehicle riding have higher reported fatality rates than diving. How likely are you to be injured while diving? […]

Conservation International: What on Earth is a ‘carbon offset’?

Editor’s note: From “climate adaptation” to “blue carbon,” from “landscape approach” to “ecosystem services,” environmental jargon is everywhere these days. Conservation International’s Human Nature blog looks to make sense of it in an occasional explainer series we’re calling “What on Earth?” In this installment, we break down carbon offsets, a way to help reduce greenhouse gas […]

170+ reviews on TripAdvisor about Neptune Scuba Diving

It’s been 3 months since we have successfully been published on TripAdvisor and we feel proud giving you this useful update about us. 170+ reviews on TripAdvisor about Neptune Scuba Diving. As we have started only 9 months ago with our new dive center, Neptune Scuba Diving is working tirelessly to provide the best customer […]

Coins, cigarettes, stewardship: In Indonesia, ocean conservation means giving back

In the small fishing villages of West Papua, Indonesia — home to the single greatest reservoir of marine life on the planet — material offerings like coins and cigarettes fulfill a crucial ceremonial purpose: By sending these modern trappings of wealth down to the blue depths, community elders “feed” the sea to ensure its continued bounty. It’s […]