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LEMBEH RESORT NEWS

Stay up to date with the latest news from Lembeh Resort, find out more about our conservation efforts and updates from North Sulawesi here.
Richness of Macro Dives

Lydia Doschek and Christian Lock had to check out the richness of macro dives in Lembeh for themselves. They visited Lembeh for the first time, enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere of the resort, encountered the small critters (nudis, hairy frogfish, wunderpus, mimic octopus, seahorse, babgy frogfish, bobbit worm, starry night octopus,...
2012 Critter Highlights – Fishes

In Part Five of our 2012 Lembeh Strait Critter Highlight Series we see some of our favorite Fishes of 2012.  The strait is renowned for its bountiful Frogfish population with the Painted Frogfish and Hairy Frogfish being the most common.  We also frequently see Clown Frogfish, Warty Frogfish and Giant...
2nd Trip – Even Better!

In their second trip to Lembeh, Pauline & Ken Jacobson were really pleased to find the one critter missing from their first trip, the elusive blue-ringed octopus. Diving with Opo K and Opo S as their guides, they also saw mating wunderpus octopus, mating mandarin fish, and a baby orange frogfish....
Dive and Learn With Us

Richard Seidman visited Lembeh for the first time and took the opportunity to improve his underwater photography skills. He took the Point & Shoot UW Photography course with our in-house Photo Pro Steve Fish, and with Opo K. as his guide, saw progressive improvement in his UW Photography skills.   [postgallery_grid content="image" lightbox="yes"...
2012 Highlights – Crustaceans

In Part Four of our 2012 Lembeh Strait Critter Highlight Series we look at Crustaceans.  Usually, night is the best time to look for shrimps, crabs, lobsters and other cool Crusties.  But Lembeh Strait is blessed with an abundance of Crustaceans and they are easy to find both day and...