The articles that appear in the magazines and dive guides below were written by people whom we had the pleasure of diving with over the years.
Please e-mail us if you would like a transcript of a particular article.
Nusa Tenggara Links
For more information on the Nusa Tenggara Timur region, try visiting these sites.
GoSeeNTT.com is the official website for the provisional tourism department of Nusa Tenggara Timur.
KupangKlubHouse.com is a general information website for the Kupang and Nusa Tenggara Timur region.
SharkSavers.org Save our sharks.
Nemo Wesuits.com the best Custom Made wetsuits in Indonesia.
For 20 years we have made many friends who have written articles, made web sites or taken fantastic photographs of Alor diving.
We would like to personally thank some friends that were kind enough to share their kind words, photos and video of their diving adventure with us. These appear throughout our divealor.com homepage.
Kal Muller has been with us from the beginning, exposing the fantastic diving around Kupang and Rote and finally opening the world to the magic of Alor. Kal is the author of "Diving Indonesia" or as it's title when first published "Underwater Indonesia" and a fantastic guide-book of Eastern Indonesia "East of Bali" among many others.
Muljadi Sulungbudi has dived with us in Alor on many occasions and never goes down without his camera. He is currently finalizing his P.A.D.I. Divemaster training. Muljadi loves to dive all over the East Nusa Tenggara region but admits that "Alor is his favorite". He's dived all over Bali, Komodo, Maumere, Kupang, Labuhan Bajo and his wife is currently learning to dive too.
Colin and Claire Cunningham like to mix it up, enjoying diverse diving. Some stunning walls one day and a black volcanic sandy slope the next. Thanks guys for all the great critter shots and regardless of what you guys thought, I really did enjoy those 2 hour, 10 meter critter dives we did over at "Dive Logs". It opened my eyes to some amazing creatures.
Mr. Ricardo loves diving with a passion and enjoys taking beautiful underwater images to share with his friends and family. While in Alor with me, he once took just under 500 photographs on a single dive - now that's dedication! With some of the latest underwater digital photographic equipment, Mr. Ricardo is able to capture some spectacular images.
Robin de Bock is an avid diver and underwater photographer who loves to share his photos with everyone on the boat. He brings his laptop on board to show the photos he's just taken. His favorite subjects are those that tend to remain rather stationary so he has the time to compose that perfect photograph. Thanks Robin for some great shots.
Magnus Mattsson was one of the first to photograph a Sunfish while visiting us in Alor. We have positively identified over fifty individual Sunfish. We dive and snorkel with Sunfish on a regular basis. We played with this particular sunfish with Magnus for almost half an hour - the photograph that was taken, now adorns our header at the top of this page.
Didi and Geeske were fortunate enough to be with us when we witnessed the Orcas hunting. Thanks Didi for the great Orca footage. It was truly amazing to see the gigantic Killer Whales in their natural environment and to have the opportunity to witness them hunt and kill a dolphin was an experience that none of us will ever forget.
Use the links below to our guests personal homepages and to magazine articles and dive guides, and discover what they say about diving with Graeme and Donovan in Alor.
Martino Motti is a world renowned Italian photo-journalist who's website is in English and Italian. Martino dived with us in Alor and took some amazing photographs. So go ahead, visit his site and check them out.
Gani Bali Dive quotes some guest comments from our website and has a small map of the region. Gani Bali Dive also has diving and water sports activities available in Bali and the site is in English and German.