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Address: Lembeh and Bangka islands, Manado 95000, Indonesia
Phone Number: 006281523838715

Dive center in Lembeh. 6 divers / 1 boat. 2 divers / 1 guide. Special...

Dive center in Lembeh. 6 divers / 1 boat. 2 divers / 1 guide. Special service for scuba photographer.

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建议所有去Manado潜水的水下摄影爱好者至少抽一天去Lembeh Strait。基本上每一潜都有惊喜,Electric clam, giant frog fish, tiger shimps, pigmy sea horse and much more. 这里水深平均20多米,让你每一潜都拍个够!不多说了,上几张图 =)

5 of 5 starsReviewed January 1, 2015
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Adelaide, Australia
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4 of 5 stars Reviewed October 23, 2015

When we were staying at Tasik Ria Resort one-hours' drive south of Manado, we were offered a day trip to experience the world-renowned 'muck diving' in Lembeh Strait. It was a fairly comfortable 1.5 hour drive by minibus away, and it was well worth it. The variety of critters we spotted - some of which we had never seen before... More 

Thank CubicletoReef
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 1, 2015

建议所有去Manado潜水的水下摄影爱好者至少抽一天去Lembeh Strait。基本上每一潜都有惊喜,Electric clam, giant frog fish, tiger shimps, pigmy sea horse and much more. 这里水深平均20多米,让你每一潜都拍个够!不多说了,上几张图 =)

1 Thank 智能水拨鼠Lynette
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed November 2, 2013

Wow, I loved diving Lembeh. The first dive was quite a surprise, basically you dive over dirty sand with not so good visibility, but once you get the hang of it, it's like a treasure hunt for funky creatures. Some of those look like alien or prehistoric fish! I was very impressed! Hours of fun, for sure. Dove with 2... More 

Thank Melanie C
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed June 27, 2013

Amazing, amazing, amazing. Had the most incredible experience 'muck diving' - certainly different to any other diving experience I have ancountered prior to spending 10 days at Lembeh Resort and diving with an awesome team. The staff at Critters@Lembeh are truely the most wonderful people. So helpful and knowledgable with anything to do with diving this amazing area. As said... More 

Thank LRBrisbane
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 12, 2012

I have just visited this place second time at last april 2012,but it always impress me a lot rather than another dive destination in Indonesia.Always great for UW photography,weird creatures and keeps you surprised on each dive.Truly recommended for you macro lovers,just bring your light fins,master your buoyancy and guarantee you'll gonna love this place ever.

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Jakarta, Indonesia
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed April 8, 2012

I have been coming here regularly since 2002. This is a perfect place for casual divers, as there is very little current, warm water and the sites are all REALLY close to the resorts, and everything is done for you. In many ways easier than a liveaboard, with obviously more space back at the resort.. The speciality of Lembeh is... More 

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Vienna, Austria
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed July 21, 2010

If you love diving but are fed up with nice reefs and the common fish life then you should try muck diving. It is also called critter diving which means looking for special, mostly rare creatures. Most of them are pretty ugly like stone fish, star gazers and the like but some are extremely beautiful or at least colourful like... More 

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