About Dream Divers & Team Senggigi- Gili Trawangan and Gili Air

DREAM DIVERS, that’s Astrid en Gerd – in 1996 they opened the first German diveschool on Gili Air – and off course our employees that helped us achieving this.

Meanwhile we had many expansions and besides Gili Air we also have found a base on Gili Trawangan (PADI 5 star IDC center). Our daily organisation and administration is moved to Senggigi on the main land, the place where all roads come together.

Since years you can find us in the upper class hotels in Senggigi.

We can arrange everything for you – even if it has nothing to do with diving: overnight stays, transfers, tickets, daytrips, etc… Focus on why you choosed to come here: holiday and diving.

Our slogan: when our divers and snorkelers are satisfied and happy, we are too. Diving in small groups in a cosy atmospere. Diving means fun, fun and fun without forgetting your safety off course.


“Only those who already dived know the importance of a descent diveclub. Professional, thrustable assistants. This is what we want to offer our starting divers.” Astrid is a Master Scuba Diver Trainer and is diving since 11 years. She teaches in German and English. Ready to help and always in a good mood she manages our mainoffice in Senggigi.

GERHARD BUNTE ( Passed away on Oct 2010 )

“Diving for me is rather a hobby than a job. Every day I encounter the fascinating underwater world like it’s my first time. I really enjoy to bring over my experiences with others. It would be a overstatement to call this a job.” Gerd dives since 16 years and as a Master Scuba Diver Trainer he teaches in German and English. With his good sense of humour, our boss ensures you a stress-free holiday.

PADI Master Seal Team member

Diving is cool! Why? Because I can breath under the water and I don’t have to come up every time. It’s also cool how I can move underwater – not only forewards but also backwards, left, right and up and down!

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It’s 5 years since I started with diving at DREAM DIVERS. Why? I love the world under water and love to find new things. It’s also important for me to meet new people. Besides that I found out that diving is not a sport for me, but a form of meditation. It’s my duty to conserve these things for my childeren. Kuss teaches in Indonesian and English.

PADI IDC Staff Instructor #919261

George, also called Joss by the indonesian staff, is diving since 1994. When the facility on Gili Trawangan opened, he was part of the team from the very first beginning and after a break he is with us again and now dive center manager. Because of being a calm and relaxed character, he is able to bring the miracles of the underwater world close to his students. He is teaching diving skills in a professional way and with a sense of humour. The sensible treatment of the maritime life is a personal matter for him. George is teaching in German, Austrian and English and he likes chocolate very much.


” ‘Teach your son how to swim.’ This is written in the Koran. I asked myself why. But since I started with diving I knew the answer. I do many dives on the same reefs, but there is not a single dive the same. Every time I find something new. As long as you can breath, you can dive.” Mamik is diving since 1996 and teaches in Indonesian and English. With big care he manages our Gili Air branch office. Many hands are helping to make your holiday an unforgettable one. Make fun and enjoy!

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I started my diving 10 years ago at Gili Trawangan. I still remember my first dive and how strange it felt done. But I also felt, diving is a challenge for me. Since that I am addicted and feel confident under water. I think that diving is a very spectacular hobby for those people who likes the challenge. For this reason I became a certified PADI Dive Master. I like to take people diving and let them feel confident the under water adventure.

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