/// Diving Lembeh Straits

/// Lembeh – muck diving capital of the world


Lembeh Straits is known as the muck diving capital of the world. Muck dives consist of sandy black slopes with good visibility, approximately 10-15m. It is a macro-photographers dream, as the slopes are teaming of all sorts of fascinating critters and the black sand reduces back-glare. Muck dives are the main reason many divers return to us, in Lembeh, time and time again.

Lembeh also has some fascinating ship wrecks. They are covered in both corals and creatures making them fantastic to explore.

Last but not least, Lembeh is also surrounded by sites with small walls and slopes full of soft corals. Lembeh diving truly does have something for everyone.


/// The Two Fish experience


  • First class dive service in Lembeh
  • Small groups of no more than four guests per dive guide
  • Expert dive guides who have done thousands of dives in Lembeh Straits
  • All guides are PADI Rescue Diver trained
  • Oxygen and first aid on every dive boat
  • Dive groups are organised according to air consumption and dive experience
  • English speaking friendly crew and dive guides
  • Long dives – we just ask you to surface after 75mins or on 40bar
  • Photographers – please enquire for a private guide for spotting and carrying your accessories
  • Wash and store service – all dive gear is loaded onto boats in the morning, and removed and washed after your diving, so all you need to do is DIVE!

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/// Lembeh Muck Dives


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Muck diving Lembeh Straits is one of the few places in the world where you will see the elusive hairy frog fish, pygmy sea horses, larger sea horses like the thorny seahorse, mimic octopus, wunderpus and flamboyant cuttlefish to name a few.

/// Dive Times



Above video filmed by Nick Hope while diving with Two Fish Divers Lembeh is a glimpse into what you can expect to see while diving Lembeh Straits.

To take advantage of the abundance of reef-life at shallow depths, we generally encourage our guests to:

  • Dive no deeper than 25m
  • Spend longer at shallow depths, meaning that dives are frequently more than 60 minutes
  • If you wish to diver deeper, no problem, just let us know beforehand so we can schedule it in.

From our Lembeh Diving Blog

We all get diving in Lembeh!

Aug 28 2015 Luke Suen
This week in Lembeh….We all get along! With so much action in the water these ...

We get Freaky.

Aug 24 2015 Luke Suen
This week in Lembeh…. We get Freaky. Like something horror movies were made ...

Cold Bonanza in Lembeh!

Aug 14 2015 Luke Suen
This Week in Lembeh…. There is a Cold Bonanza! Waters have been slowly chilling ...

Lots of New Divers In Lembongan

Aug 12 2015 Bryce Cameron
This week in Lembongan… we are proud to welcome five new members in the ...

Harlequin Shrimp Shine

Aug 7 2015 Luke Suen
This week in Lembeh….. Harlequin Shrimp Shine. For those that enjoy shrimp, ...


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Enhance your holiday

/// Take a Speciality course

  • Most of the dives are wall dives, so taking the PADI Peak Performance Buoyancy Speciality course will improve your buoyancy and increase your dive times.
  • Being one of the most diverse marine environments in the world, the PADI Underwater Naturalist Speciality course will help you understand the marine environment better.
  • The PADI Enriched Air Nitrox Speciality course can be used to extend your time underwater, so you can spend more time with the turtles.
  • Some creatures just don’t come out during day light hours, so taking the PADI Night Diver Speciality course will allow you to see some very different marine life.
  • With the deep walls, the PADI Deep Speciality course will allow you to explore the amazing reefs and slopes to 40m.

/// Full service

We can book all the necessary airport transfers, and we can book all your internal flights for you. All you need to do is dive!

/// Land Tours

Take a few days off from diving and explore the volcanoes and national park around Manado.

/// What next?


/// Indo Dive Safari with us

  • Dive both Bunaken and Lembeh, they are only 3hours apart from each other
  • Start or finish in Bali, its only a 3hour flight from Bunaken/Manado.
  • Add on South Lombok, its only a half-hour flight from Bali.

Why not try all locations? You can commence your safari at any of our locations and continue to the next location at any time in any direction.

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