- Wireless Connection (WIFI)
The year-round diving here is all about amazing variety and exotic surroundings. The deep seas give excellent average visibility (25m). They are also home to many unusual species, for example the prehistoric fish "coelacanth" as well as some household names: reef-shark, turtles, eagle rays, napoleon wrasse, even dugong and orca!
Eco Divers Resort Lembeh and Eco Divers Manado Minahasa Lagoon can be easily combined enabling you to dive the best of both worlds.
Eco Divers Lembeh offer you all the comfort of a resort combined with all the convenience of a liveaboard.
Their unique service is based on total relaxation; no other resort lets you relax between dives onboard a spacious and luxurious day-liveaboard by day, complete with fast skiffs to whisk you to over 40 dive sites in just a few minutes, then relax again in our award-winning resort.
They have the smallest capacity of any of the boutique resorts in Lembeh, with a maximum of just 16 divers. This means that their personalized service is simply without equal, with an amazing staff-to-guest ratio of two staff members for every guest.
Their intimate accommodation, exceptional cuisine, spa, free WiFi and complete lack of hills makes Eco Divers Resort Lembeh the top choice for discerning divers.
Lembeh Strait: unique, strange, captivating.
World famous for its macro life, this is most probably simply the best place in the world for macro photography!
Lembeh plays host to a cornucopia of weird and wonderful creatures to be found there and there alone. You’ll moor over shallow black sandy slopes where seahorses and nudibranchs are in abundance. Then there are the Inimicus devilfish, dwarf lionfish, scorpionfish, pufferfish, octopus, pegasus sea moths, frogfish, ribbon eels and flying gunnards.
Truly a one-off opportunity for all photographers and anyone looking for the unusual and unseen. You are sure to see something that you have never seen before, no matter how experienced you are.
Their dive guides and instructors will take you on a guided tour around Lembeh's wonderland and thrill you with its magic. The Lembeh Strait also contains WWII shipwrecks at "diveable depth", waiting patiently for the adventurer to explore.
Food & Drink
The meal plan at Eco Divers Lembeh is offered as full board.
Their highly trained Indonesian chefs ensure that every meal will be a mouth-watering feast of delicious Indonesian and international favourites. Select from their extensive a la carte menu where they prepare all food fresh on a daily basis - even their fish* is sourced in the local market each morning.
* Eco Divers only uses sustainable fish species in its meals (advised by Conservation International).
Another service unique to Eco Divers Resort Lembeh is a "Private Dining Experience". Why not enjoy that special occasion with up to five of your friends, as their Hostess serves you dinner in the privacy of your very own air-conditioned dining room., and at no extra cost!
Weather permitting, Eco Divers Lembeh do try to arrange a weekly resort BBQ.
Your dive package will include 3 dives per day.
Eco Divers, a PADI 5 Star IDC Center, provides you with a highly personalized, organized, relaxing and safe dive experience. Their dive capacity is limited to 16 guests and a maximum of just four guests per guide, so you get to see and photograph everything that the amazing Lembeh Strait has to offer. Their dive guides are amongst Lembeh's most skilled and knowledgeable.
What most sets Eco Divers aside from the rest, however, is their way of organizing your dives. They are the only Day Liveaboard operating in Lembeh, meaning you get to dive with total relaxation and convenience - there's no rushing between dives to find somewhere to relax, or to have a snack or drink, a bathroom stop, sunbathing, battery charge…..it's all right there at your fingertips.
Lembeh Strait is pretty much a 100% diving destination. Apart from the wonders underwater, there is not much to see. However, from the city of Bitung, you could rent a car and driver and explore the Tangkoko National Park. It’s located around 2 hours from Bitung and is home of the smallest primate in the world called “Tarsius”.
Transfers from and to the airport for a stay of less than 7 nights, per guest each way £15.