Dive into Lembeh is nestled in Kasawari Bay and has its own resort, located on the mainland of the Lembeh Strait, Indonesia - a true macro photographer’s paradise- just off the northeast coast of Sulawesi and is famous for its muck diving on black volcanic sand and critter covered coral reefs.
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9 sea view bungalows, 1 suite and
3 longhouse rooms
PREFERRED DIVE CENTRE
Dive into Lembeh
The resort is located at the northern end of the strait out of sight of Bitung Harbor in the south, offering unspoiled views of Lembeh Island.
Dive into Lembeh has ten sea view private bungalows equipped with tv, aircon, ceiling fan, mini bar, safe and a water dispenser for hot and cold water. Each sea view bungalow comes with a private Japanese style stone hot tub. Three longhouse rooms are under one roof and all come aircon, minibar, a western bathroom with hot water shower and a water dispenser for hot and cold water.
Diving in the Lembeh Strait means you can expect species such as frog fish, hairy frog fish, mimic octopus, blue ringed octopus, banded sea snake, mandarin fish, orangutan crabs, mantis shrimp and many other critters hiding on the black volcanic sand, amongst patches of rubble and coral.
There is an open air restaurant and bar, a swimming pool, massage room with amazing sea views and a fully equipped dive centre with spacious camera room.
At Dive into Lembeh, two of the most famous Lembeh Strait dive sites, Hairball and Aw Shucks , are the house reef!