- Facilities for photographers include wash stations and camera table
- Quiet, intimate atmosphere catering to a maximum of 24 guests
- Exceptional muck diving with some of Indonesia’s coolest critters
- Self-dive the resort’s house reef or join a boat rides to Lembeh’s best sites
Two Fish Divers Lembeh is a down-to-earth, photographer-focused, dive centre set in the critter capital of Indonesia. Boasting its own house reef, ten-minute boat rides to most of the Lembeh Strait’s legendary dive sites, and incredible facilities for underwater photographers, this is the ultimate base for a muck and macro focused diving holiday. And, with just 24 guests on-site, and diving groups of four, a trip to Two Fish Divers Lembeh feels more like a private expedition than a resort holiday.
About Two Fish Divers Lembeh
Perfectly located on a secluded, private beach and surrounded by greenery, Two Fish Divers Lembeh is a practical, photographer-focused dive resort that lets the region’s exceptional diving speak for itself. The traditional wooden buildings blend seamlessly into their tropical backdrop leaving room for impressive views of the bay and volcanoes of North Sulawesi behind. With most dive sites less than ten minutes’ away, including one of the region’s best house reefs, Two Fish Divers provides an ideal central location for exploring the delights of Lembeh Strait.
This well-established resort, with over a decade of experience operating in Lembeh, prides itself on offering professional and reliable service, while their maximum capacity of 24 guests allows for a highly personalised approach. The attached PADI 5-Star dive centre boasts an extensive range of scuba courses alongside a dedicated underwater photography service for macro-enthusiasts chasing the perfect photo. With small dive groups, family-style meals, and cosy accommodations, this is the ideal place to get to know your fellow divers and make a new buddy or two.
Explore the resort
Two Fish Divers Lembeh is located on a private beach just steps from the sea. The cafe and bar take advantage of beautiful ocean views through an open-air design and relaxing beachfront garden. This is also where you’ll find the resort’s dartboard, library, TV lounge, free WIFI and cold drinks station. Accommodation at Two Fish Divers Lembeh is on a full board basis, including three meals a day with buffet-style lunch and dinner as well as unlimited tea, coffee and drinking water. Each day’s menu includes a variety of local and western dishes alongside vegetarian options such as tofu and tempeh.
There’s more to do at Two Fish Divers than underwater exploration. With Bitung and the mainland just a 15-minute boat ride away, guests are free to spend a day or two exploring the breathtaking beauty of the nearby national park and volcanoes. For guests who’d prefer to stay on-site, there’s still plenty to do - with a lovely private beach and accessible house reef starting just metres from the shore. You’ll also find plenty of space to rest and relax here, with shaded and comfortable common areas ideal for stretching out in between dives, and perfectly appointed rustic-chic guest rooms.
Diving from Two Fish Divers Lembeh
Two Fish Divers’ dive centre and spacious wooden dive boats are located just metres away from the guest rooms and restaurant. The dive centre incorporates a shop stocking a selection of accessories and gear, as well as warm-water showers, and a modern camera station complete with charging and washing facilities. Concierge service allows you to dive worry-free, arriving to find your dive gear ready-and-waiting aboard the boat each morning. Groups are restricted to four divers per guide and are organised according to air consumption and experience level. Long dive times are supported with a maximum duration of 75 minutes.
Lembeh Strait is known as the muck diving capital of the world, offering over 90 dive sites, some just minutes from the dive centre. Amazing critters can be found here including hairy frogfish, pygmy seahorses, and fantastic cephalopods like the mimic octopus, wunderpus, and flamboyant cuttlefish. Two Fish Divers Lembeh offers a dedicated underwater photography service which includes freshwater wash-tanks onboard boats, nitrox, and eagle-eyed local spotters who are happy to act as photo assistants. A range of PADI courses are also available, conducted by a passionate and professional team of instructors.
- The diving in Lembeh is almost exclusively muck and macro - don’t come here for coral or good visibility!
- Two Fish Divers welcomes guests of all ages, but this resort’s facilities are best enjoyed by adventurous couples and dive groups.
- Combine your stay with a trip to Two Fish Divers Bunaken for the ultimate muck and macro diving holiday.
- Plan a dry day for trekking in Tangkoko National Park - home to the world’s smallest primate, the tarsier.
Diving in Lembeh Strait
Rare OctopusYear round
Exotic cuttlefishYear round
Hairy FrogfishYear round
Clown frogfishYear round
Cryptic ScorpionfishYear round
Ghost pipefishYear round
Pygmy seahorseYear round
Unique crabs & shrimpsYear round
Exotic NudisYear round
Giant frogfishYear round