When the love of your life doesn’t share your love to the ocean, arranging a couple holiday could be a little bit complicated. Maybe they do, but some major reasons prohibits them to explore the depth of the ocean. Either way, the two of you would need a lot of compromises to make. You need not only think about then type of diving you want to do and all sort of the dive planning, but also how to keep your partner happy and genuinely enjoying their holiday. Luckily, Bali Indonesia is one of the perfect place in the world to cater both moods. Divers would love the warm water, high marine diversity, and plethora of dive sites to choose during the scuba diving Bali holiday. Meanwhile, the non-diving partner would enjoy historical temples, cultural immersion, good foods, all kind of amusement parks, and of course, a good deal of shopping spree.
But before you go, here are some important things you need to think of to ensure a happy holiday to satisfy your ocean-loving souls and your non-diving partner!
Stay in All Inclusive Resorts to Have Easier Scuba Diving Bali Holiday
The majority of hotels and villas in Bali is accommodating for all kind of holiday. Divers would have an easy life as most dive centre in the island provide gear rents and pick ups. Traveler would find it just as familiar as usual. But if you choose to have a scuba diving Bali holiday in more remote island like Nusa Penida, Nusa Lembongan, or Gili, you might want to consider an all-inclusive dive resort. While you’re busy admiring the unspoiled remote sites, there might be not enough thing to entertain your partner. However, an all-inclusive resort might have good coffee, sumptuous restaurant, in-house spa, or health, wellness and cultural activities to spend the day.
Introduce Your Partner for the Fun Snorkeling
If your partner is a confident swimmer, great! You can share the joy of sightseeing the underwater life together with snorkeling. Who knows, the taste of ocean life might ignite their interest in scuba diving. But if they don’t, that’s perfectly okay. Just leave them be and don’t push it too much.
Establish Your Dive Times
When you are travelling with a non-diving partner, you need to know how to divide your time equally. No one in this holiday should feel like not having enough. Plan your dive times and establish the schedule. Make sure you have at least 50% of the holiday time to be enjoyed together with your partner. If you schedule every waking moment blowing bubbles, your partner might feel being left out and end up resenting you.
It’s important to keep checking in to your partner’s happiness when you don’t share the same activities. Only leave when you have make sure that your partner has something fun to do when you’re gone underwater. You can also make effort to drop them in their favourite temples or shopping station before embarking to your scuba diving Bali session of the day. A trip to the seven temples at famous Lempuyangan Temple, for example, will guarantee that you’re not missed during your bottom times in Amed’s Pyramid.
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Plan for Land Excursion Together
Make a conscious effort to spend the holiday together. While you and your partner can have fun times separately, it’s important to spend a quality time together. You come together for this holiday together, after all.
Loving the boat Life? Sign Up for Scuba Diving Bali LiveaboardTrip
If you plan to visit a multiple dive destinations during your scuba diving Bali holiday, liveaboard is the best option! You get to reach remote destinations and reach it early, while your partner could find amusing activities at the boat. it’s not difficult to enjoy time alone in liveaboard. The cabins are spacious and the sundecks are comfortable. Some liveaboard even have massage therapist onboard! And when you’re busy with turtles and sharks down below, your partner could enjoy kayaking, stand up paddling, or yoga.