Lembeh Strait and Kungkungan Bay Resort is simply the best place in the world for macro photography! Lembeh plays host to a cornucopia of weird and wonderful creatures to be found here and here alone. We moor over shallow black sandy slopes, where seahorses and nudibranchs are in abundance. Then there are the Inimicus devilfish, dwarf lionfish, scorpionfish, pufferfish, octopus, pegasus sea moths, frogfish, ribbon eels and flying gunnards. Truly a one-off opportunity for all photographers and anyone looking for the unusual and unseen, you're sure to see something that you have never seen before, no matter how experienced you are.
The exceptional year-round weather conditions provide a variety of diving experiences, from "muck dives" on pure black volcanic sand to colourful coral reefs and enticing historic wrecks. Whatever your pleasure, Lembeh is always sure to offer fascinating and exciting underwater discoveries.
The full range of PADI courses:
In addition we an offer a wide range of PADI Specialty courses:
Contact us and we can tailor a course to suit you. We can arrange for course materials to be sent to you at home so you can have the reading and reviews done before you arrive – and spend more time in the water! Our courses are fun, inexpensive and paced to meet your wishes.
Effective February 1st 2010 all divers in the Lembeh Strait must pay a one-time entrance fee of Rp 50,000 (~$5.35 or ~€3.78) and follow specific dive rules in the Lembeh Strait...
The Bitung government established this entrance fee, and diving rules to help protect this invaluable strait and promote good diving habits. The entrance fee can be paid at the Resort.