November is the best month to see one of the rarest critters of the Lembeh Strait, the Hairy Octopus. In general, we’ve spotted so many cephalopods (Coconut, Algae, Longarm, Blue-Ringed, Mimic Octopus, Mototi and Wonderpus) like in no other month.
DIVING IN LEMBEH WITH 2:1 GUEST TO GUIDE RATIO
NAD-Lembeh Resort and the Lembeh Strait are famous all over the world for the peerless macro and muck diving. NAD-Lembeh is expert in Photography, Nitrox, Rebreathers – we do it all.
The Lembeh Strait region offers more than just face-to-face encounters with weird and wonderful critters. We also have wall diving, technical diving, big fish dives but most importantly – a lot of muck and sand.
NAD is owner-operated: almost all year Simon and Zee are present on site. If they aren’t at the resort, they are off on a photographic adventure or diving. This also makes us different from any other resort we know – we still go on diving holidays. Our dive team is second-to-none, with 15 full-time dive guides who between them have over 100 years of experience diving in Lembeh.