We are delighted to welcome Satoshi Morimoto to our team here at Lembeh Resort. Satoshi, who is a PADI Scuba Instructor has joined us as our Japanese Guest Relations Officer. Satoshi originates from Tokyo and comes to us after spending the last three years working in Cairns, Australia on the...

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...

We are extremely saddened by the recent passing of Steve Fish who was the Photo Pro at Lembeh Resort from 2010 – 2013. Some of you may recall that Steve also returned to Lembeh Resort as one of the Photo Pros for our Capturing Critters in Lembeh Underwater Photography Workshop...

The underwater critters that reside in the Lembeh Strait are world famous among divers and underwater photographers but how much do you know about the wildlife and critters that we have in Lembeh Resort? Our mature tropical rainforest gardens provide natural, well tended habitat for all manner of terrestrial critters from the...

Taking a stroll around the gardens at Lembeh Resort is like taking a tropical walk back in time. You’ll find that our mature gardens are bursting with greenery and some trees are hundreds of years old. Alongside fruits, vegetables and spices you’ll find beautiful flowers, butterflies and an array of...