Lembeh Resort Panorama
Lembeh Blue Ring Octopus
Aerial photo of the Cliffside Villa at Lembeh Resort
Coral Reef in Lembeh Strait

LEMBEH RESORT NEWS

Stay up to date with the latest news from Lembeh Resort and find out more about our conservation efforts and what’s been happening underwater and on land in North Sulawesi here.
Critters of the Lembeh Strait | November Highlights

Our November highlights video showcases a little-known side of Lembeh, full of gloriously vibrant, healthy and diverse corals and reefs, all shot on Lembeh dive sites. Naturally fluorescent corals and critters also make a glowing appearance onstage and will change the way you see these animals. Enjoy the best of...
Naughty Critters in Lembeh

Naughty Marine Life Behaviour in the Lembeh Strait The Lembeh Strait is known for its unusual and rare marine life but it’s not just our critters’ appearances that make them weird – it’s some of their behavioural habits that make them stand out too. Have you seen mandarin fish mating or...
Fluo Diving at Lembeh Resort

Have you tried fluo diving? For divers and underwater photographers some of the best dives are the ones with the most color - whether it’s colors on the reef, the corals or the brightly colored fish and critters. If you like color during your dives then bio-fluorescent diving (also known...
Critters of the Lembeh Strait | October Highlights

October’s highlights video features awesome footage of a flamboyant cuttlefish carefully placing her eggs underneath a coconut shell half and an extremely rare golden tripod fish juvenile (Pseudotriacanthus strigilifer) - a first for us here! Sascha also filmed two Godiva rachelae nudibranchs engaged in some odd behaviour - mating dance?...
Spectral tarsier (Tarsius tarsier)

North Sulawesi’s Nocturnal Mascot: Tarsius tarsier There are other “Creatures of the Night” in Lembeh than the weird and wild ones we see underwater. We even have some amazing nocturnal critters around our resort too. The spectral tarsier (Tarsius tarsier) can be spotted in the trees in our gardens around sunset and...