Today at Two Fish Lembeh our guests were lucky enough to see… PYGMY SEAHORSES, JUVENILE COCONUT OCTOPUS, LARGE COCONUT OCTOPUS, FLAMBOYANT CUTTLEFISH, THORNY SEAHORSE, JUVENILE SHAGGY FROGFISH, FRECKLED FROGFISH, 3 X PYGMY PIPEHORSES, MELIBE NUDIBRANCH, JUVENILE PAPUAN CUTTLEFISH & also 1 breaching EAGLE RAY! Great dives!
Also last night we were happy to see a family of TARSIERS in the trees around the resort! Unfortunately not all of our guests saw them as they were quite shy and jumped away after a while. Hopefully they will re-appear tonight!
Today again awesome dives in Wori!!Mimic, long arm and coconut octopus, three painted frogfish, gunnard, ambon scorpion fish just to name few!!! Here some pictures!
We want to say congrats to Christina who did her Advanced course with us in Bunaken! She chose photography as one of the specialties and this are some of the photos that she took! Right now she is in Lembeh with Fraiser practicing a little bit more and enjoying Lembeh’s critters!!
Thank you Christina for the pictures!!
It has been almost two weeks since we first time saw dugons and they are still in Ron’s point. We saw them in all the dives since that!! (not all the divers I have to say……but they are there!!). Today after half an hour dive they scared me just in front of me when I was looking close to a lizard!!They were two, one of them swam away after few minutes but the other one stayed with me for the rest of the dive. Sucking the sandy bottoms and swimming to the surface for air, gave me time to enjoy with this peaceful animal.
Here some pictures…..not quite good do, it is difficult to get good pictures of such a big animal with the macro lens…
After our successful explorations last week finding new dive sites, we decided to take a trip to the lesser known Pulau Dua around the back side of Lembeh.
The name “Pulau Dua” stems from it’s appearance… from a distance it resembles two islands, but on closer inspection it is just one.
We were welcomed with a beautiful morning, calm waters & a 45min ride to get there, the island is a picturesque pinnacle stretching up from far below +40m. We found beautiful corals and sponges, amazing visibility, plentiful reef fish and a variety of critters.