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mount agung bali volcano

Diving Travel — Bali volcano Mount Agung

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Why Bali remains safe 98{2ab15f113b077567805133d7319191ae2634a01a8c0d1dd8eae53a19b41080a1} of Bali landmass outside of the ‘Danger Zone’ of any potential Bali volcano Mt. Agung eruption The Bali Tourism Board Hospitality Media Centre recently proclaimed that 98{2ab15f113b077567805133d7319191ae2634a01a8c0d1dd8eae53a19b41080a1} of the land mass of Bali is perfectly safe for holidaymakers despite the current high...

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Diving in Bali - Seasickness

Diving Health — Seasickness

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Prevention & cure of Seasickness   Many people suffer from occasional seasickness. If you have ever suffered from it yourself you will know how debilitating it can be, a great day out on the water can turn into a countdown of the minutes until you are back on dry...

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Jellyfish Diving in Bali

Diving Safety — Ouch! Jellyfish

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Jellyfish   Of the 2000 varieties of jellyfish in the world, only 70 are harmful to humans. There is a famous site in Palau called Jellyfish Lake where you can snorkel with millions of Golden and Moon Jellyfish without being stung.   On the other extreme, some species such as...

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