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PADI Womens Day Dive 2023


PADI Womens Day Dive 2023

PADI Women’s Dive Day 2023 with Meridian Adventure Dive

The staff ladies, and female guests had a blast at this year’s PADI Women’s Dive Day 2023. It was a fantastic afternoon filled with snorkelling and ended with a beach clean-up.

The women headed to Saonek Monde Island after the dive boat was prepped with snorkelling equipment, freshly cut watermelon, chef’s famous cookies and trash bags. First, the ladies explored the incredible underwater coral reefs around Saonek Monde.

PADI Womens Day Dive 2023

The entire island’s coast can be snorkelled in about 1 hour. They were fortunate to see a whole school of bumphead parrotfish, trumpetfish, schools of fusiliers and snappers as well the colourful hard and soft corals. This island offers a great snorkelling spot as the reef starts around 3m until 11m.

Surface interval was spent on the white sands of Saonek Monde beach with cookies, tea, coffee and ice-cold watermelon. After the break, the ladies jumped straight into cleaning up the beach. Saonek Monde beach sees a lot of tourist traffic between dives, which unfortunately means some trash. In an hour, these ladies filled more than six bags with trash.

PADI Womens Day Dive 2023

Every year for PADI Women’s Dive Day, we love bringing together the local community, the ladies, and the beautiful underwater—a big thank you to all the women that joined this year.

About Meridian Adventure Dive  

Situated in Raja Ampat, Indonesia, Meridian Adventure Dive is a PADI 5 Star Resort and winner of the PADI Green Star award. Scuba divers enjoy our professional services that have become synonymous with both the PADI and Meridian Adventure names.

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Rivon Vika
Rivon Vika
10 months ago

It was Amazing 🥰🥰


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Adrian Stacey
Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
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