Our Photo Pro Sascha Janson put together this collection of fresh critters from last week. Highlights include a great close-up of the most complex eyes on the planet (eyes of a mantis shrimp) and a baby flamboyant cuttlefish sending a …READ MORE »
Maria & Ohm Savanayana recently had a great trip at Lembeh Resort & Critters@Lembeh. See what they have to say:
This is our third time at the Lembeh Resort, diving with Critters@Lembeh. Both the resort and the dive center were good …READ MORE »
Tracey Winholt and her husband recently had a great trip at Lembeh Resort and Critters@Lembeh. See what Tracey has to say:
I can’t say enough about the convenience and beauty of this resort. It is definitely built for divers! The meals were …READ MORE »
Our Lembeh visits just keep getting better and better! Every time we arrive we hate to leave….the Resort improvements keep Lembeh Resort at the top of the choices in Lembeh Straits and I cannot think of a better dive operation …READ MORE »
Yuko & Natsumi Numata returned to Lembeh Strait and Lembeh Resort, with a group of divers from U-Tour on a photo competition.
As part of the photo competition, each person had to submit 5 images to our Photo Pros, …READ MORE »
We thoroughly enjoyed our time at the Lembeh Resort! The dive and resort staff are second to none. They are the best in the world! Opo was our dive guide and he is absolutely wonderful!
Our luggage was delayed in arriving …READ MORE »
Our Photo Pro Sascha Janson put together this collection of fresh critters from last week (27.April-03. May 2013)…keep an eye out especially for the baby frogfish catching a shrimp…Enjoy…READ MORE »
Lembeh Strait offers some of the most interesting and rare underwater life and this stay lived up to my expectations. The Resort and the Dive facilities make it clear why they are always so highly rated. Thanks to all. I …READ MORE »
Saeed Rashid (Focus Visuals), an award winning photographer from England spent a productive three days diving with us recently. With coconut octopus up high on his wish list, Saeed visited Lembeh for the first time and with the …READ MORE »
Our Photo Pro Sascha Janson put together this collection of fresh critters from last week. Watch for the different varieties of nudibranchs, a common lion fish moving its spines in a unique way, and a mantis shrimp swimming in the water column to …READ MORE »
Join us in December for “Capturing Critters in Lembeh” our 2nd Annual Digital Imaging Workshop hosted by Lembeh Resort & Critters@Lembeh.
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We had a surprising record high number of requests for our private guide service this month, especially with the recent Promar diving group from Turkey. They really enjoyed this service and of course our professional dive guides Opo S, Opo …READ MORE »
This was my first experience diving in Lembeh, and it did not disappoint. The dive guides were able to help me find and photograph most of the amazing creatures that I travelled so far to see. I have dove several …READ MORE »
Polly and Kelvin, from Hong Kong, knew they wanted to dive Lembeh Strait. Researching the web, they decided their best bet was Lembeh Resort & Critters@Lembeh and in fact persuaded their travel agent to make contact with us. They were …READ MORE »
Our Photo Pro, Sascha Janson, was filming a velvet ghost pipefish when suddenly a Halimeda ghost pipefish came over and started to make a move on the velvet ghost pipefish. Are we going to see a new species of ghost …READ MORE »
Mark Davidson put his Scubarazzi hat on in Lembeh Strait in his first visit here. Some of the critters that he got to tick off of his wish list are Hairy Octopus, Pygmy Seahorse, Ornate Ghost Pipefish, Stargazer, and Harlequin Shrimp.
From the …READ MORE »
Our Photo Pro Sascha Janson put together thisvideo of some of the highlights from March 2013. It was a month with many different nudibranchs, wunderpus, mimic octopus, coconut octopus, blue-ringed octopus, cuttlefish and many more critters (which are not in …READ MORE »
Daniel and Robbie Wisdom have now dived with critters@lembeh three times and still can’t get enough of the small critters. On their most recent trip there were some new nudibranches that they hadn’t seen before, photos of which you can …READ MORE »
We know that keeping the ocean clean is important, and one of our agent friends from Scuba Travel Ventures (STV) gave us a bunch of green mesh bags for picking up trash underwater. These green bags have been …READ MORE »
Just arrived back in UK after an amazing week of diving Lembeh Strait. The dive staff and resort staff are an awesome bunch of people who do everything and I mean everything in their power to make our stay a …READ MORE »
Ling Doh Kin visited us here in Lembeh for the first time and he decided to get our fantastic guide, Opo S, as his private guide. This helped him a lot as it was his first time using a camera. …READ MORE »
Here are some fresh critters from our Photo Pro Sascha Janson, from the weeks 10 & 11 2013. The last two weeks were really good for mimic octopus and coconut octopus, but as always lots of nudibranchs and frogfish. Come …READ MORE »
Wen Wei and Chen Zhencai visited us in February, after finding out about us through 57dive.com. For Chen Zhencai, he stayed with us for a week and it was his first time in Lembeh. He started diving in 2007, and …READ MORE »
Our Photo Pro, Sascha Janson, put together this fun and awesome video of some of the unusual suspects he encountered this past month in Lembeh Strait. It was a great month for the Crustaceans, with the frogfish and Wunderpus not to …READ MORE »
Petra and Hardy Stange returned to Lembeh as part of their dive trip to Indonesia, where they returned to spectacular diving and a familiar holiday destination. They also made use of our Photo Center and resident Photo Pro to try …READ MORE »
Momoko from Japan first found out about Lembeh Resort and Critters@Lembeh from Facebook. A nudi fan, she got to see many varieties of nudibranch, and witnessed some cool critters in their element. From a nudi eating another nudi, to a …READ MORE »
Our Photo pro Sascha Janson was filming the emperor shrimp on the Glossodoris cincta nudibranch when he suddenly realized that the shrimp was doing some “stretching”…after a few seconds he saw that this stretching was actually molting…READ MORE »