Lembeh Strait is located north of Sulawesi, 40kms away from Manado. About ten miles long, it passes through Celebes coast and Lembeh island, whose name it bears.
The strait is renowned for being the best place on earth for « Muck Dives » and meeting rare and weird animals, but Lembeh has certainly more to offer, including beautiful drop-offs, coral gardens and four different wrecks.
Pictures you’re used to see of pygmee seahorses, hairy frogfish, ghost fish or mimic octopus have been most likely taken in one of Lembeh’s 30 diving spots.
Only a few dives in Lembeh will allow you to see all these rare creatures that make photographers and marine biologists happy : sea snails and nudibranches with incredible colours and shapes, Stargazer cleverly hidden in the sand, pygmee seahorses in their gorgonians or harlequin shrimps…
Diversity is here a reality.