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Seawalker Bali at Grand Mirage Resort

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Tanjung Benoa, Indonesia
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Welcome to Amazing Underwater world!!! Seawalker is a easiest way to explore and discouver biodiversity of aquatic life Please book 1 day before For more information about time schedule and other information that please contact to us
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weibenng wrote a review Dec 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia2 contributions4 helpful votes
The seawalk was a fantastic activity for fish lovers who wanted to have the experience of a scuba diver but without the hazzle of ripping up with heavy gas tanks, to see the underwater world and to be surrounded by fishes right in front of your eyes, the best of all while breathing normally with the aid of an air helmet. Dont miss the top up choice of getting fish food to lure a high school of fish surrounding you and within your reach to touch them and play with them. With a reasonable fee, all the actions captured by well taken pictures and video by the operators and provided as electronic copies to refresh these beautiful memories for a lifetime!!! Highly recommended!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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P.v.sSavvy wrote a review Dec 2019
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Wow... this really nice experience i did tried this, at the first time i get scared but from the office there staff give me convinced and she's also really friendly, so when already in pontoon also there staff also make sure again many times until i got it turn down, it was amazing after i made it down really enjoyed, and the instructor was really perfect to help this and safety, I Love It... i will come back to this activity
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from trawanganseawalker, Guest Relations Manager at Seawalker Bali at Grand Mirage Resort
Responded Dec 2, 2019
Dear Ms. Puput, "Greeting from Seawalker at Grand Mirage Resort" Thank you kindness vote & reviews. Your vote & reviews is helpful to our future and return guest, we also thank you did interest try to our seawalker, We hope that in the future we remain the best for all customers, We are Seawalker wish to See you on your future vacation in Bali with your family. Best Regard, Putri
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Exploration79103 wrote a review Dec 2019
5 contributions
A very good experience underwater with a very friendly staff! Service is very good from the pick-up at our hotel, the shower after and the way back! Everything was perfect
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from trawanganseawalker, Guest Relations Manager at Seawalker Bali at Grand Mirage Resort
Responded Dec 2, 2019
Dear Mr. Patrice, "Greeting from Seawalker at Grand Mirage Resort" Thank you kindness vote & reviews. Your vote & reviews is helpful to our future and return guest, We hope that in the future we remain the best for all customers, We are Seawalker wish to See you on your future vacation in Bali with your family and friends. Best Regard, Putri
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Annie K wrote a review Nov 2019
8 contributions1 helpful vote
My partner and I decided to try this out as part of our all-inclusive package, and I'm so glad we did! First, we made an appointment in the office and there were plenty of open dates and times. We arrived back at the office at our scheduled time and the worker there had us fill out waivers and read through the instructions. Everything was straightforward. Next, she brought us out to the speed boat, which was right at the shore of the beach of the resort, past the infinity pool area. The boat was a bit old but I did not mind. The driver helped us up on the boat and put our belongings safely away. We went a few minutes out to a floating boat dock and were helped up by our driver and another man on the dock. The men cleaned the helmets, checked the pressure machines and briefed us through the instructions again. They were all very friendly and one of them made good conversation. Throughout the whole underwater experience, I felt safe and guided. It was definitely a new experience breathing in the helmets and walking underwater, but I was not nervous at all! My partner was a bit nervous but the workers were so helpful and he had a great time. We were underwater for about 35 minutes and were given bottles of fish food to attract the fish. Overall, great experience and we were able to buy the pictures they took of us for $30usd. Thank you to the Grand Mirage Seawalker crew!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Response from trawanganseawalker, Guest Relations Manager at Seawalker Bali at Grand Mirage Resort
Responded Dec 1, 2019
Dear Ms. Annie, "Greeting from Seawalker at Grand Mirage Resort" Thank you kindness vote & reviews. Your vote & reviews is helpful to our future and return guest, We apologize for the inconvenience about little boat, we also thank you did interest try to our seawalker and buy the picture, We hope that in the future we remain the best for all customers, We are Seawalker wish to See you on your future vacation in Bali with your family. Best Regard, Putri
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Emma F wrote a review Oct 2019
Staines, United Kingdom125 contributions44 helpful votes
We only did this because it was included as part of our All-inclusive package. If we'd have paid for it we would have been very disappointed! We were quite looking forward to it until we sat in the office reading the introductory documents and then we both ended up feeling quite nervous! It was advertised as a nice calm walk across the seabed that was suitable for young and old… the induction notes then started talking about water getting in the helmets whilst you were underwater, equalising your ears as you leave the boat and travel down under the water, heavy currents pushing you around… I’m not really sure what we were expecting but we started to wonder what we’d signed up for! The boat that took us out was a pretty old speedboat, it had seen better days! It leaves from the far corner of the beach to the left of the Grand Mirage hotel as you are looking out to sea. The boat takes you out to a pontoon which is anchored a little way off of the beach. The pontoon itself and the Seawalk helmets that greet you also look really old and were not making us feel any more comfortable about the whole thing! The helmets reminded me of something out of an old war film! There were 3 guys on the boat, 2 didn’t really seem to speak English and the 1 guiding us through things was trying his best but was maybe not as clearly spoken as we needed in that situation, especially when you’re feeling a little on edge! My partner went first, got on the stairs on the back of the boat and started stepping down. They then lowered the helmet on to him so that the water took some of the weight of it but you could see immediately from his face that he didn’t like the feeling! The helmets can make you feel very claustrophobic. It was quite a rough day when we went out too, so as he tried to then step further down the ladder into the sea, a wave came across and loads of water went up in to the helmet. At that point he jumped straight out and said no, I can’t do that, I don’t feel comfortable. I felt bad that they’d brought us out and had everything set up so I felt that I had to go through with it then so as not to have wasted their time! But to be honest, when I got half way down the ladder and had water splashing into my helmet, I could quite easily have said no thank you, I don’t like this feeling either! But I persevered and managed to equalise my ears by continuously swallowing until I hit the seabed. The instructor took my hand and guided me to a rail to hold on to – there was a really strong current so you needed to be fairly strong to stand your ground. There is no way an older person could have done it. The sensation of breathing normally underwater was a bit odd and it wasn’t pleasant when water came in to the helmet – It got up to around chin level – you have to just stay calm and somehow trust that it’s not going to completely fill up with water! The instructor gave me some fish food to squirt in front of my face which brought fish over to me and it was good fun for a minute or 2 but that was about it – there were only 2 types of fish down there so once you’ve seen them it gets boring pretty quickly. You stay in a little area that’s just a couple of meters squared and there is literally nothing else around for you to see. I used the 2 bottles of fish food that the instructor took down with him, whilst he took loads of photos, then he got me to hold on to a metal bar and he walked me round in a circle away from the fixed bar that I had been holding and then he signalled whether I wanted to stay down or go up and I jumped at the chance for it to be over! I wasn’t enjoying being in the helmet and there was nothing more to see anyway! Needless to say we were happy when the rickety boat got us back to dry land! You can go to the office and view your photos the next day but we didn’t buy any as the quality wasn’t great. So in summary, I was sort of glad that I tried it, just so I knew what it was all about, but I wouldn’t do it again and I definitely wouldn’t pay to do it.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Response from trawanganseawalker, Guest Relations Manager at Seawalker Bali at Grand Mirage Resort
Responded Oct 5, 2019
Dear Ms. Emma, "Greeting from Seawalker at Grand Mirage Resort" Thank you kindness vote & reviews. Your vote & reviews is helpful to our future be better. We apologize in advance if you feel uncomfortable with equipment, boats, and staff with a little basic English, well we will discuss this problem with management in the future we will update everything, the boat and also the staff will learn more English, Apologize again we explain a little for the problem of seawalker, our helmet really weighs 37 kg, and indeed when it will go down then the water will rise because of the influence of the waves and this is normal, we will also get pressure in water maybe you are not familiar because you first tried this and normally the water coming in the helmet under your chin but if you keep look straight the water will not come up until your mouth, incidentally the current sea water conditions, waves, not many fish, and poor visibility because we can not predict it every time can change, and before all this you did read in briefing noted and also the staff explained again in the pontoon with a brief briefing. And once again we apologize for all the inconvenience, we will fix everything and in the future much better for our next guests, and we hope that when you want to try again in our seawalker with your family and get good water conditions and photos which is very good to see. Best Regard, Putri
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