NAD Lembeh – Lembeh’s Newest Critter Capital!
Located in its own quiet and secluded bay, NAD Lembeh is a resort specifically set up by photographers for photographers. Offering an unrivalled one staff to two divers ratio, they pride themselves on personal and comprehensive service.
NAD has access to over 60 different dive sites in Lembeh and they adhere to a strict limit of 15 divers per site maximum to avoid overcrowding and stress on the reef systems they visit.
NAD’s Spacious Camera Room and Photography Facilities
Specifically catering to an underwater photographer’s every whim, NAD has a spacious camera room that features individual workstations for each room and overspill benches for those who like to spread their gear out. Each workbench has a shelf for our chargers, 8 (yes, eight!) power points (Indo / European 2 pin plugs – adapter strips available and plentiful), a mini spotlight, towel hangars (for camera towels, not your speedos), a rubberised matt for your camera and a mouse-mat style camera mat for your delicates. There is also space for the largest pelican cases underneath and a lower shelf for your additional charging needs.
At sea, fresh water rinse tanks are provided for your gear.
NAD’s highly skilled local guides work with each of the guests to both spot the most amazing critters and allow the best angles for photography.
The resort also has a gift shop with diopters and floaty arms (and more) should you need.
Simon is a certified Nauticam technician but he is very well versed in the operation and repair of many different housings used by divers visiting NAD.
Technical and Rebreather Facilities
Nitrox divers are well catered for at NAD and the cost to upgrade to Nitrox on your trip is around USD$20 or £13 per diving day.
For divers on rebreathers there are sorb and oxygen boosters on site at NAD plus three rebreathers. While not completely necessary, a private boat and guide can be made available to assist rebreather divers.
3rd to 10th September 2016
All bookings through Divequest please!