The Lembeh Strait has long been established as one of the best macro diving spots on the planet. Although famous for its "muck diving " on black volcanic slopes the area also boasts some wonderful coral dive sites ( including our housereef ). Muck diving is all about spotting weird and wonderful underwater critters, species that you would normally not find during a regular dive. And it quickly becomes addictive!
3 day dives per day are scheduled on the twin engine fiberglass dive boats to a choice of more than 60 dive spots in the Lembeh Strait. After every dive the boats return back to the resort so you can enjoy your surface interval by the swimming pool or make any adjustments to your camera before your next dive.
With every prebooked diving package (min three nights with two days of diving), then Dive into Lembeh offer complimentary access to their two-world famous house reef dive sites ("Hairball" and "Aw Shucks") between the hours of 8AM and 6PM.
A night dive by boat is available daily, with a min of two divers.
Diving in the Lembeh strait means you are diving with a guide who is trained to show you species such as frog fish, hairy frog fish, mimic octopus, blue ringed octopus, banded sea snake, mandarin fish, orangutan crabs, mantis shrimps and many other critters that are hiding on the black volcanic sand, amongst patches of rubble and coral.
Whilst there are critter infested black sandy slopes, Lembeh does also have some beautiful coral dive sites. The House Reef is the biggest coral reef inside of the Lembeh Strait and great coral dive sites such as Angels Window and California Dreaming are a short boat ride away from the resort.
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