This small and friendly resort – known as KBR - is located in the heart of Lembeh Strait, muck diving capital of Indonesia.
Kungkungan Bay offers three categories of sea-facing rooms, all built with local materials and traditional architecture, simultaneously providing international standards of comfort and privacy. Facilities include a spa, swimming pool and over the water restaurant serving local and European cuisine.
World famous for underwater photography and host to a plethora of weird and wonderful creatures, ‘critter hunting’ in the Lembeh Strait is available year round. The on-site dive centre own house reef and access to fifty dive sites within 15 minutes from the private jetty. The diving staff offer outstanding service especially when it comes to finding the critters in the warm clear water. Regulations limit the number of divers to a maximum of 15 on any site at one time, giving you plenty of space and time to hunt and hone your photography skills. A full range of PADI courses and Nitrox are available.
is featured in the following itinerary:
Bunaken Marine Park and Lembeh Strait together offer a fantastic variety of enchanting dive sites right in the heart of the best marine biodiversity in the world – a fabulous combination!
When to go: Jan-Dec
Duration inc. flights: 17 days
Price inc. flights: From £2,875 pp
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For divers interested in the weird and wonderful, Lembeh Strait offers the best macro diving on earth! Attracting marine experts from around the world, it is home to a huge array of rare and unusual marine life, with new species regularly being discovered.