Froggies Divers Lembeh

  Molucca Sea near Bitung, Indonesia


Froggies Divers Lembeh is right, bang in the middle of the macro diving heaven that is the Lembeh Strait. The resort and the dive sites are wonderfully sheltered as well, making life pretty and peaceful on land and sea. There are many reasons to stay at Froggies, cosy bungalows, great food of course those spectacular sea views. The real highlight is the diving though with so much to see, great facilities and special facilities for photographers.


All ten of the beautiful bungalows in Froggies Divers Lembeh are made in the traditional Minahasa style for a comfortable but authentic experience. Half are perched on the hillside and the others sit on stilts over the water, how’s that for a sea view! You can easily enjoy these views from the comfort of a hammock, there is more than enough space to swing two across the spacious balconies.

Most days you should be able to see across the water to the peaks on the other side of the strait. If you are getting too hot you can head inside and enjoy in-room air-conditioning. The resort offers electricity all day and night to keep you cool and comfortable. The staff offer an exemplary cleaning service in the rooms, including a free laundry service.

A unique blend of Indonesian and western style food is a real highlight at Froggies Lembeh Strait. Three meals are offered along with tea, coffee and drinking water. The breakfasts are buffet style and the evening meal is a delicious choice of traditional curry and fresh vegetable dishes. The restaurant’s fish and spicy sambal enjoy a particularly good reputation amongst guests.

Those with special dietary requirements will find themselves well taken care of at Froggies Divers. The staff are happy to make special dishes daily, for those with specific needs. Froggies prides itself on sourcing fresh local ingredients to keep the environmental impact low. All the fish served is line caught outside of the protected areas.

Once you are well rested and full of food you can head down to the private pier and head out diving. If you have ever talked to divers or snorkelers about the Lembeh Strait they will have no doubt raved on about the macro life. With expansive coral reefs, you can expect to spend some time with mimic octopus, mandarin and lion fish. Down in the muck keep a look out for stargazers, scorpion fish and the peculiar dragon sea moths.

With all these critters around it shouldn’t surprise you that diving in Lembeh is a big hit with photographers. Froggies Lembeh Strait really goes the extra mile to look after their photographer guests. They have a stand-alone, air-conditioned camera room close to the pier to give you some space to take care of your equipment.

It’s not just underwater that you can find critters when you stay at Froggies Divers Lembeh. The resort arranges land trips to see one of the curious little Tarsiers of the nearby Tangkoko National park. The forest is excellent for hiking and birdwatching with over a hundred, different species of birds living here including the rare Celebes crested macaque.


With so many fascinating creatures found in the Lembeh Strait it is no surprise that the area is part of a national park. The Lembeh Straits have protected status which means that strict rules apply regarding touching any of the wildlife in the park to keep all the critters safe and happy. Your boat guide at Froggies Divers Lembeh will be able to tell you all the rules and regulations with regards to policies and fees. Froggies is very involved in the conservation of the area and has a strict no-gloves policy for all divers. The result is plentiful wildlife which is bold enough to pose for some cracking photos.


Froggies divers Lembeh offer a choice pick of ten different bungalows in the traditional Minahasa style. Each is of an excellent standard with the option of spending your holiday perched on the lush green hillside or right on the small resort beach. The rooms are well appointed and most importantly enjoy a range of amenities to keep you comfortable during your stay.



This resort brings divers to Lembeh.

Room Types

Standard Bungalow

  • Twin or double bed with a mosquito net
  • Air conditioning and ceiling fan
  • 24-hour electricity
  • Hot and cold fresh water showers.
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Sea Views from large balcony
  • Safety box for valuables
  • Minibar in the room

From Rp11,500,000 per diver twin share for 6 days 5 nights.

From Rp5,250,000 per non-diver twin share for 6 days 5 nights.

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Superior Bungalow

  • Twin or double bed with a mosquito net
  • Air conditioning and ceiling far
  • 24-hour electricity
  • Hot and cold fresh water showers
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Sea and land views from extra-large balcony
  • Hammock
  • Extra-large bathroom
  • Safety box
  • Minibar in the room

From Rp12,000,000 per diver twin share for 6 days 5 nights.

From Rp5,750,000 per non-diver twin share for 6 days 5 nights.

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