Spheredivers Homestay & Scuba Diving

Semporna, Sabah, Malaysia | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Semporna

    Tarakan to semporna

    A travel blog entry by paulr2804 on Jul 29, 2014

    Left for port with plenty of time to get fast boat to Tuwau but we found out all boats cancelled for whole week due to Aidul Fitri holiday. Mad dash to airport. Got seats on flight to Yuwau but expensive by Asian standards. Taxi at airport to Semporna took 1 hour

    Dodging pirates

    A travel blog entry by nloon on Jul 17, 2014

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    We reached Semporna in the Eastern side of Malaysian Borneo yesterday afternoon and got ourselves sorted out with the dive shop for the next few days. Not much going on in Semporna really but we had to stay one night as we could not get a boat out to Mabul the same day. It's probably unfair to compare it to La Ceiba in Honduras where you can't walk down the street without running an extremely high risk of getting shot, but like La Ceiba the only real reason to come here is to go diving ...

    A second home

    A travel blog entry by miller.r.lowe on Jul 09, 2014

    ... Regardless, enough about me. The real thing about this place, the true beauty of it was the people. Tim who taught me a rigorous and damn scary at times rescue course. (which I really enjoyed and did well at) Carrying his big ass up the ladder onto the boat was definitely the hardest, well maybe hauling him through a strong current after wrestling him and getting my reg torn out was pretty hard as well. Then there was Audrey, a true beauty Irish lass who drank with me, and to be ...


    A travel blog entry by escape_the_race on Apr 29, 2014

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    ... entire villages on stilts in the middle of the sea. As we headed further into the marine park the water became bluer and bluer in the deep trenches and clearer and clearer where the reefs were found. The diving itself was incredible. Lionfishes, scorpionfishes, schools of jackfish, nudibranches filled the first two dives and Turtle Island well lived up to its name with them surrounding us from dive start to finish. We left the next morning on the bus to Sepilok and ...

    Paradise diving amongst poverty

    A travel blog entry by jennystolborg on Apr 11, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... dive and then provide employment.There is also a turtle hattchery which has 24 hour security (as locals know when the turtles have laid eggs and dig them up in order to sell at a high price ) as well as lots of signs in Malay and Phillipino to explain why taking the eggs is wrong. You have to admire the dive companies for trying but change is a slow process. That evening we went for a drink, with some girls from our dorm, at a bar on the beach belonging to another dive ...