The world‘s finest diving

Kasawari Lembeh Deluxe opt

The luxurious Solitude Lembeh Resort was designed with underwater photographers in mind.  What else should one expect for a dive resort which concentrates on the Lembeh Strait?

Your home away from home – Deluxe access to the world famous Lembeh Strait

The luxurious Solitude Lembeh Boutique Resort belongs to the Solitude Liveaboards & Resorts group which is well known in the dive industry for their exceptional guest service, safety and professionalism in hospitality.

Very soon after your check-in you will already feel like being a part of the Solitude family and their team will do everything to make you feel at home away from home. 

This Resort was designed with underwater photographers in mind.  Their Resort Manager is a professional underwater photographer and their onsite photo pro as well. What else should one expect for a dive resort which concentrates on the Lembeh Strait?

Solitude Lembeh Resort offers a total of 10 luxurious Villas in a beautiful tropical garden and 7 spacious rooms in the following categories:

2 Seafront Villas

8 Garden Villas

7 Deluxe Rooms

The Minahasa-tradition-inspired villas & rooms all have air-con & fans, over-sized bath rooms, private fridges, safety deposit boxes, bathrobes and many more amenities to make your stay more comfortable.

It also features a beachfront infinity-edge swimming pool with built-in jacuzzi, superb local and international cuisine at the seaside restaurant, a large air-con camera room with individual work-stations, a beachfront dive center with hyper-filtration filling system and special massage Spa combine to make this more than a mere diving experience.

They have the fastest boats in the Strait and come back to the resort after every dive, so that the guests can enjoy the comfort of the resort during their surface interval.

With more than 70 dive sites within easy reach of this centrally located resort — the nearest dive site being just one minute away from the jetty, you’ll enjoy the simplicity of diving access. And, you’ll revel in the excitement of the Lembeh Strait diving experience.

Solitude Lembeh also offers day-trips to the outside of Lembeh islands, where they discovered 20 new divesites during the pandemic. Outside Lembeh diving is bluewater diving at its best. Walls, sharks, eagle rays, coral gardens and the biggest sponges you have ever seen. You better bring your wide angle lens with you.

Half- or full daytrips to the near Tongkoko National park with the tarsiers, the smallest ape in the world, or the amazing Minahasa highlands can be booked directly at the resort and are a perfect finish on the last day of the trip, when diving is not possible due to no flight time.

 [widgetkit id=”376″]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *