Intimate & special, Black Sand Dive Retreat enjoys a protected location on Lembeh Strait & offers all the magic of that unique body of water. Access the strait from the lovely black sand beach.
Dabirahe at Lembeh Hills Resort offers Lembeh & North Sulawesi diving. Its most recognizable feature is the infinity pool from which you have incredible views of the Lembeh Strait.
The only dive resort in East Sumbawa, Indonesia which is truly remote: Kalimaya resort shares the island with NO other dive centers and NO other boats on divesites. Talk about a hidden gem.
Originally founded as an outpost for marine studies, Coral Eye Bangka now serves as a melting pot of passionate travelers, dive enthusiasts, underwater photographers and marine biologists.
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?
On the tip of a small island near Manado, lies Gangga Island Resort & Spa. The resort's wooden bungalows are discreetly set on the edge of a long, white sand beach in the shade of coconut trees.
Stunning Kri Island is located 75 kilometers northwest of Sorong,West Papua, the island furthest east in the Indonesian archipelago. It's roughly 2 hours by private boat from Sorong.
Lembeh Resort is a stunningly spectacular boutique-style resort on Lembeh Island, with awesome views of the Lembeh Strait. And, the diving operation, Critters@Lembeh, is top-notch.
Pristine & dazzling Misool is in a deliciously remote corner of Raja Ampat on a small private island, Batbitim. Not easy to reach but worth the effort as both resort & diving are other-worldly!
NAD Lembeh Resort is situated in the beautiful Lembeh Strait region. NAD is easy on the budget but has access to all the incredible critter & muck sites visited by her pricier cousins.
Puri Jati Retreat, private three- bedroom modern beachfront villa, is truly a retreat, far away from the hustle and bustle of southern Bali. Your hosts can arrange superb diving & cultural visits.
Raja Ampat Dive Lodge, located at the heart of the spectacular diving in northern Raja Ampat, is part of the Grand Komodo Fleet. Why not consider both liveaboard & land-based diving in one trip?
On a beautiful island in Raja Ampat, called Pulau Pef, well off the beaten track, is Raja4Divers. The remote, jungle-clad island has no inhabitants other than the residents of Raja4Divers.
Described as ‘the blue garden of Eden’, Savu South Alor is a tropical hideaway surrounded by white sand, volcanic rock and turquoise waters. A blue escape where luxury meets untouched nature.
Founded by a man with just a backpack and a compressor, the story of the first resort in South Sulawesi is as impressive as the nature that surrounds it, both underwater as on land.
The romantic Siladen Resort is located on a lush tropical island next to the Bunaken Marine Park in Manado, North Sulawesi. Not only is Bunaken diving superb, but there's a great house reef.
Sorido Bay Resort & "sister" resort, Kri Eco, located on the same island, are for those travellers interested in the opportunity to experience total escape ... and the legendary diving at Cape Kri.
Roughly 30 minutes from Manado, Sulawesi, is the family owned & run Tasik Ria Resort & Spa. Bunaken National is only a 45 min boat ride away, you know that you will have excellent diving.
The Thalassa Dive Resort is situated in a huge & lush garden, placed perfectly for Lembeh Strait diving as well as diving at Bunaken Island National Park. The dive team offers wide-ranging options.
Elegant & luxurious, in a remote paradise in south Sulawesi, Wakatobi is beloved for many reasons by amateur & professional divers alike, not the least of which is its superb house reef.
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