Thalassa Dive Resort Lembeh

Dive Lembeh, Strait from the resort!

…where guests leave as friends!

On Lembeh you will find a serene island retreat which is just perfect for a whole lot of nothing. Located in the middle of the island, our resort sits in a quiet cove surrounded by palm trees. This gives you instant access to the amazing muck diving of the Lembeh Strait, with no dive site more than 15 minutes away by boat. Underwater photographers are invited to use our camera room at any time.

It’s great to hang out with a cocktail at the poolside while our chefs prepare delicious Indonesian food. We welcome you to discover the natural beauty and get a taste of the peaceful existence on Lembeh Island!

Quick overview

Bungalows exterior view at Thalassa Lembeh

A hidden gem on Lembeh Island

Our air-conditioned accommodation offers tranquil sea views from your terrace, ample space for your gear and a cozy place to retreat back to after a day of diving.

Rinsing station at Thalassa Lembeh

On-site dive center

Choose between normal air or Nitrox, set up and charge your gear in our secure camera room, and hop into the boat straight from the resort - we do all the heavy lifting.

Thalassa Lembeh's Pizza Bar

A unique dining experience

Our revamped restaurant and cafe offer traditional Indonesian dishes as well as our famous Thalassa Pizzas (available soon), all home-made by our talented cooks.

Accommodation

Sea View Bungalow

Overlooking the the ocean and Lembeh Island, the Double or Twin Bungalows are spacious with large doors opening up from floor to ceiling.

Single Deluxe

Three air-conditioned single rooms overlook the Lembeh Strait, sharing a common veranda.

Things to do

Grand sea view on Lembeh Island

Lembeh Island Tour​

Our tour around Lembeh Island gives you a good impression of the local life and natural beauty. The trip is topped off by a magnificent view of the entire Lembeh Strait.

Local village life

Visit the local village

Taking a stroll through the neighboring villages is a great way to discover how people live in North Sulawesi.

A tarsier - the world's smallest primate

Tangkoko Jungle Tour

The Tarsier is the world’s smallest primate, and you can meet them in Tangkoko with a local guide. Spot the black macaques and the cuscus, a marsupial that lives in the treetops.

Let's plan your next trip

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