The Lembeh Strait is located on the eastern side of northern Sulawesi and is considered one of the most interesting marine habitats for Muck diving. The area lies between the island of Lembeh and the mainland. The seabed consists of dark volcanic sand. You don’t get many fin parks before you discover the secret of the volcanic sand. Lembehsundet houses many of the world’s best diving sites for Muck Diving. Here is an unusually fascinating species richness of very rare small fish species such as frog fish, mimic octopus, flamboyant cuttlefish, harlequin shrimps, skeleton shrimps etc.…

There are over 60 dive sites around the Lembeh Strait, most of them either sandy areas or small reefs. Diving in the Lembeh Strait interests most divers, but is best suited for underwater photographers and divers with great interest in marine life.

Lembeh Resort
Lembeh Resort offers a comfortable, spacious and luxurious stay of very high standard in an idyllic location overlooking the Lembeh Strait. Lembeh Resort with its luxurious decor and amazingly talented chefs can please even the most discerning guests. It offers a unique experience in a relaxing and professional atmosphere.
Lembeh Resort’s professional dive team has long experience of diving in the Lembeh Strait and their enthusiasm will result in fantastic diving experiences for you. Diving in the Lembeh Strait requires that you bring with you good guides who have trained eyes and can show you the most capable animal in camouflage technology. The focus is on personal service and the guides do their utmost to ensure that you see and spot the animals on your wish list. As a photographer you have access to a spacious camera room with compressed air rinse / dryer and editing options. There is always an extra and special consideration for photographers and their sensitive equipment. Nitrox is available as an option.