Nudi Falls is one of the most known and most popular divesites in Lembeh Strait. Maybe also because it is one of the most versatile divespots. Nudi Falls lays about in the middle of the Straits on the mainland side – just north of the village Tandu Rusa. It offers a combination of a Wall in the shallow, which offers spectacular light through the overhanging trees in the late morning. Then there is some rocky reef, a sandy slope with a very shallow rubble patch and a deeper soft coral field from about 20 meters downwards. These various habitats of course all offer different critters. So Nudi Falls is good for everything from numerous Nudibranches (many different types), Pygmy Seahorses, Frogfish, Flamboyant Cuttlefish, Blue Ringed Octopus, Hairy Octopus, Wonderpus, Seahorses, Rhinopias, Gobies, Flasher Wrasses, Comet Longfins, Garden Eels, Anthias, Hairy Shrimps, Harlequin Shrimps, Tiger Shrimps, Little Green Shrimps and many many other Critters. 

Nudi Falls is also one of the most popular and most legendary Night Dive Spots in Lembeh Strait – thousands of weird crustaceans, Nudies and Bobtail Squids offer a spectacular dive that every diver visiting Lembeh should experience  at least once during his stay.

Due to its very exposed position Nudi Falls can have relatively strong currents at times. Then it it easier to dive relatively close to the wall and avoid the sandy slope and the soft coral fields. And even though the scenery at Nudi Falls is breathtaking: A good guide makes a big difference when it comes to revealing all the treasures Nudi Falls has to offer … and there are a lot. Nudi Falls is one of these divesites that you can dive 4 times a day without getting bored.