Join us for a night dive or dusk dive and see some of Lembeh’s most iconic critters. Many of the species which the Lembeh Strait is best known for are nocturnal and become active after the sun starts to set. Night and dusk dives in Lembeh Strait are when you have the best chances of seeing stargazers, numerous species of octopus, the infamous bobbit worm, squids and other crustaceans and cephalopods. As day turns to night is when you will also see a range of different behaviors on display as some critters settle down for the night and others are just coming out.
See some of Lembeh’s most bizarre inhabitants after the sun starts to set. Night dives are a wonderful way to see another side to the Lembeh Strait. Make your night dives and return to the resort in time for a sumptuous evening dinner.
Discover the pelagic critters which emerge from the deep during a black water dive. Our dive guides give thorough briefings so for those who have never tried black water diving Lembeh is a great place to start.
Mandarinfish are one of the most iconic species of fish found in Lembeh. These colorful little fish mate at sunset and perform a wonderful and highly unique mating “dance”. Enjoy an underwater ballet here in the Lembeh Strait.
If you’ve never tried fluro diving there is no better place than the Lembeh Strait. See the reef and critters under a completely new light – a blue light! You’ll be amazed by the vibrant luminescence which goes unseen by the naked eye.
North Sulawesi offers a tremendous variety of different diving activities, read on below to learn more.