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Two Fish Divers Lembeh is a down-to-earth, photographer-focused, dive centre set within the muck diving capital of the world. Located on a private beach with its own house reef, and just a 10 minute boat ride from most of Lembeh Strait’s renowned dive sites, this resort is the perfect location for a relaxed diving holiday.
Perfectly located on a secluded, private beach and surrounded by vegetation, Two Fish Divers Lembeh is a practical, photographer-focused dive resort that lets their exceptional diving speak for itself. The traditional wooden buildings blend seamlessly into their tropical backdrop and provide impressive views of the bay and volcanoes of North Sulawesi behind. With most dive sites less than 10 minutes away, including a house reef, Two Fish Divers provides an ideal central location for exploring the delights of Lembeh Strait. Choose between a full-board package of 2, 3 or 4 dives per day, then sit back while Two Fish Divers take care of the rest.
This well-established resort, with over 10-years experience operating in Lembeh, prides itself on offering professional and reliable service, while their maximum capacity of 24 guests allows for a more personalised approach. The 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.
Built in traditional style, these 6 stand-alone wooden cottages offer comfortable beach-front living with pleasant sea views. Each rustic fan-cooled cottage comes equipped with either a double or twin bed arrangement, plus an optional extra bed for 3 people occupancy. Convenient en-suite bathrooms provide hot, fresh-water showers and western-style toilets, as well as complimentary shower gel and shampoo. The sea-facing balcony with hammock is perfect for relaxing in the afternoon. Two Fish Divers Lembeh’s superior cottages come stocked with tea and coffee making facilities, mosquito nets and plug extension cables for guest’s convenience.
Two Fish Divers Lembeh also offers 2 standard rooms, built from brick with stylish wooden furnishings and elegant stone floors. Each room comes complete with en-suite bathrooms providing hot, fresh-water showers and western-style toilets, as well as complimentary shower gel and shampoo. Standard rooms can be taken as either double or twin, with an extra bed available for 3 people occupancy. These rooms come fitted with fans, mosquito nets and plug extension cables, while a covered outdoor seating area is provided for alfresco living.
There are a total of 4 budget rooms located above the dive centre, finished in traditional wooden style. These rooms come equipped with a fan, mosquito net and plug extension cables, and can be taken as either a double or twin room, offering a max occupancy of 2 people. Bathroom facilities are shared between these rooms but still offer hot, fresh-water showers and western-style toilets.
Two Fish Divers Lembeh is located on a private beach just meters from the ocean. The cafe and bar takes advantage of the beautiful sea views through it’s stretching, open-walled design and relaxing beach-front garden, creating the perfect spot for guests to browse fish identification books or share and review images of the day’s dives. Alternatively, guests can choose to simply relax and make use of the dartboard, book swap facility, TV lounge, free WIFI and cold beverages. Accommodation at Two Fish Divers Lembeh is on a full board basis, including 3 meals a day with buffet-style lunch and dinner as well as unlimited tea, coffee and drinking water. The large, wooden restaurant is modestly finished and serves a variety of meat dishes with rice, vegetables and salads, alongside vegetarian options such as tofu and tempeh. Specific dietary requirements can be accommodated with prior notice.
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. Situated at the foot of Dua Saudara Mountain, the rolling hills and valleys of Tangkoko nature reserve abound with interesting and unusual plant life. Further south, Mt. Mahawu and Mt. Lokon offer some nice climbs which are suitable for most people while the village beneath, known as the Flower City, is alive with picturesque flower markets. Additionally, Lake Tondano boasts some incredibly scenic floating restaurants serving freshwater fish.
Two Fish Divers’ dive centre and spacious wooden dive boats are located just meters away from the guest rooms and restaurant. The dive centre itself incorporates a shop stocking a selection of accessories and gear, as well as warm-water showers, and offers 15-litre tanks, tanks with Din valves and Din/Int adapters. A wash and store service means dive gear can be found ready-and-waiting aboard the boat each morning. Groups are restricted to 4 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. Packages include 2, 3 or 4 dives per day and toilets, oxygen and first aid kits are found onboard every dive boat.
Lembeh Strait is known as the muck diving capital of the world, offering over 90 dive sites, some just 5 minutes from the dive centre. Amazing critters can be found here such as the hairy frogfish, pygmy seahorses, mimic octopuses, wunderpus and flamboyant cuttlefish. Two Fish Divers Lembeh offers a dedicated underwater photography service which includes freshwater wash-tanks onboard boats, Nitrox available on request and private dive guides. Where possible, photographers and non-photographers will not be placed in the same group. Each room is fitted with a desk and charging points for laptops and cameras. A range of PADI courses are also available from Discover Scuba Diving to Instructor as well as a variety of speciality courses.