The Lembeh Strait is world famous for its critter and muck diving. It is widely believed that the Strait offers the highest density of rare and unusual marine species found on Earth. At Lembeh Resort we believe that such a unique location deserves equally special diving opportunities for those who...
Solar Powered Nudibranch – How Does That Work?

This month we are taking a closer look at nudibranch of the Lembeh Strait and one species in particular has caught our attention. Have you heard of the solar powered nudibranch? They are rare finds, extremely photogenic and we see them here in Lembeh.   Phyllodesmium koehleri Photo by Agustian Peloa   But how does...
Sex, Muck and Rock ‘n’ Roll – Part II

Rock 'n' roll in Lembeh where the cuttlefish are copulating, the frogfish are frolicking and it’s getting a bit steamy in the Strait! Welcome to the Critter Capital of the World where it’s all about the sex, the muck and our rock ‘n’ roll critters. One of the highlights of muck...
In the Spotlight: Underwater Videography Workshop Day 6

  It’s the final day of Sascha’s first ever, exclusive underwater videography workshop here in Lembeh and our participants have had an exceptional week of diving and filming in the Strait. Some of the highlights (just a few) have included; [reveal align="left" width="100%" title="Day 6 event and update"] Donald duck shrimp, pygmy pipehorse,...