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...
Hairy Frogfish Aren’t Hairy!

 This month we are focusing on frogfish and we know that every muck diver, underwater photographer and critter aficionado loves the hairy frogfish but did you know that they don’t actually have any hairs? This incredible critter is full of surprises! Check out these 10 intriguing hairy frogfish facts. How...
Rescue Training: Safety First at Lembeh Resort

 It’s not just extensive underwater photography and specialist critter knowledge training which makes our dive team so exceptional here in Lembeh. Safety has always been our number one focus and that’s why we conduct comprehensive annual Rescue and CPR training to put our Dive Guides through their paces, refresh their...
The Blue-ring Octopus (Hapalochlaena sp.) in Lembeh, Indonesia

The star of this video is the blue-ring octopus (Hapalochlaena sp.), infamous for its deadly venomous bite and loved for its photogenic appearance and pulsating rings. This video lets you get up close and personal, showing the tiny blue-ring octopus mating, carrying eggs, fighting, hunting and displaying their all-round awesome...
Featured Dive Site: Fireball, Lembeh Island

Featured Dive Site: Fireball, East Lembeh  As the original dive resort on Lembeh Island we have a natural passion for exploring and discovering new dive sites. Did you know that the famous Rojos dive site in the Lembeh Strait was named after Lembeh Resort Dive Guides? This month we have been...