unicorn fish

The Unicorn Fish in Lembongan that changes color

This week on Lembongan some of our guests spotted one of the most unique looking fish on the planet, the Unicorn Fish. The unicorn fish has a long horn that protrudes from the top of its head but biologists are unsure of the purpose of it. It isn’t used as a weapon or swimming aid,…

Woggegong

Amazing Wobbegong shark in Manta Point, Lembongan

This week in Lembongan some of our guests had an amazing dive at Manta Point and discovered a pretty rare species of sharks: a Wobbegong. Wobbegongs are bottom-dwelling sharks and pretty hard to spot, because they are very well camouflaged and rest on sea floors or hide under rocks. Their symmetrical pattern resembles a carpet…

Win a FREE Holiday in Bali!

Do you want to win a 4-night/6-dive free holiday in Bali including flights valued at USD$5,000!?!? It’s easy, all you need to do is complete one or more of the below qualifying PADI courses with us during 1st May – 31st August 2017 at any of our locations, and then you can enter the GetPADIWin…

Join us for wreck diving in Truk Lagoon!

We are  organising our first international Two Fish diving trip to offer you a fantastic 12 days of wreck diving in Truk Lagoon, Micronesia in November 2018! Truk Lagoon is simply the world’s best wreck diving. It is home to 60 WWII wrecks lying in depths of 20 – 70 metres. This trip is perfect…

When is the best time to visit Nusa Lembongan?

When is the best time to visit Lembongan and go diving with mola molas?Many people ask us at Two Fish what is the best time of the year to visit Nusa Lembongan. As locals who live here there is no clear answer to this, because it depends on what you are looking for. Do you want to have sunshine all day long? Do you want to avoid the crowds? Or do you want to see mola molas or mantas?

Every season on Lembongan has its particular charm and only you can decide what’s suits you best. Hopefully, this overview will help you to choose when to visit our special island.

Some Molas are Still Around in Lembongan

Some Molas are Still Around in Lembongan - Mola seasonThis week in Lembongan… The mola season may officially be over and it was not what we were all expecting but we have had a surprise turn of events this week, with our divers spotting 2 molas on 2 different dives through and another dive centre spotting 4 molas together on 1 dive. This is not to say that the mola season is coming late, but great to see that some are still around.