Sulawesi North, Lembeh Island, Divers Lodge Lembeh

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Sulawesi North, Lembeh Island, Divers Lodge Lembeh



Divers Lodge Lembeh is situated 90 minutes from the international airport of Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia. This airport offers direct connections with Singapore and most places of Indonesia. We can assist you in buying domestic flights.

The service we offer is really unique. We are having 7 dive boats and 10 experienced dive guides for our maximum number of 12 guests. We stick to a ratio of never more than 2 guests per guide and depending on the package, only 1 (yes one) up to 4 guests on the same boat. All boats are equipped with 220 Volt battery charger, toilet and rins tank. We offer Nitrox 32 and top quality rental gear.

Wonderpus - Lembeh
by: Franco De Lorenzi Divers Lodge Lembeh Opslaan
Diving Lembeh

The 7 bungalows at Divers Lodge Lembeh are spaced well apart, with plenty of privacy and stunning views. Clean and tidy spacious rooms with European style bathroom and real hot shower, guarantee a comfortable stay.

Wireless internet is available in the resort for free and there’s a laptop, 42 inch widescreen HDTV with surround home theatre sound system, DVD/BluRay player, movies, music, a wide range of novels and marine life identification books, are provided for your use and enjoyment.

Although smoking is not allowed in the bungalows, the restaurant, the lounge and in the sheltered part of the boats, if you are a smoker you don’t need to worry! There are lots of places left where you can enjoy a cigarette, for example on your private terrace in front of your bungalow, in the open lounge, in the gardens, on the beach or at the front deck of your boat.

Divers Lodge Lembeh is the perfect place for someone who likes privacy, while at the same time providing the opportunity to get to know other guests and make new friends.

Divers Lodge Lembeh
Walenekoko bay, view from the bungalow
by: Wolter Kampen Bungalow - Divers Lodge Lembeh
Bungalow Interior – Divers Lodge Lembeh

Diving Lembeh Strait – World’s best critters diving and much more

The enormous diversity in marine life of Lembeh Strait has a lot to offer. It is not unusual to see a number of different Seahorses, Frogfishes, Ghostpipefishes, Octopus, shrimps, crabs and countless Scorpionfishes and Nudibranchs in just one dive! But you can also enjoy beautiful coral gardens, walls and several shipwrecks!

With us you can visit every sites from our housereef up to Bangka island including the east cost of Lembeh island. Some distances in minutes; Pulau Dua 10 minutes, Goby a Crab (Tanjung Lampu) 8 minutes, Indah Wreck 10 minutes, Nudi Falls 15 minutes, Hairball (which is actually only 10 kilometers from our Lodge) 20 minutes. These times are including taking off from our beach and mooring on the site.

Hairy Frogfish - Lembeh
Hairy Frogfish
by: Patrick Van Moer Tiger Shrimp - Lembeh
Tiger Shrimp
by: Janny Heringa-Bosman

Coral reef in Lembeh
Corals in Lembeh Strait
by: Jonathan Bird Coral reef in Lembeh
Coral reef in Pulau Dua, Lembeh ocean side
by: Rinie Luyxk

Divers Lodge Lembeh Housereef

Dives on our 4 hectares big housereef are getting better and better! Since 2007 fishing is strictly forbidden and apart from the famous Mandarinfish more and more species make it their home such as Blue Ringed Octopus, Wonderpus, Hairy Squat Lobster, Tiger Shrimp, Hairy Octopus, Ghostpipefish and many more! Dive depth 2-30 m.

Unguided housereef dive from our beach (7.00 am – 17.00 pm): Eur 15,-/person minimum 2 person (incl. tanks & weights). Guided housereef dives by boat (any time of the day): Eur 25,-/person).

Rob Sinke (Dutch PADI master instructor) and his wife Linda, own, manage and live at Divers Lodge Lembeh. Together with 60 employees. They will give you the best of Lembeh! Dutch, English, German and of course Indonesian are spoken at the resort.

If you would like more information you are welcome to contact us (Rob & Linda or Belgis) or open the pages of this website. There is still a lot to discover!

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