Two Fish Resort Nusa Lembongan
The very popular and successful Two Fish group have taken over a resort on this dive meca island of Nusa Lembongan, to provide you the same dedicated service both above and below the water.
The resort is based on the island Nusa Lembongan Bali, a small island 15 kilometres East of Sanur, south east of Bali. It is about a 30-40 minute ride by boat from Sanur. The resort is located near the traditional village of Jungutbatu, only a two minutes’ walk from the sandy beach where the dive boats leave from.
Two Fish Divers Resort consists of five villas surrounding a swimming pool, with a fantastic pool cafe that serves fresh juices, coffee, tea and cold beer! Each villa contains two bedrooms so there are ten double/twin bedrooms, accommodating twenty guests in total, the rooms are spacious, with large beds and all have A/C and hot water. They can also arrange for you to stay in a budget room on a nearby resort.
It also has a swimming pool and pool cafe that serves fresh juices, coffee, tea and cold beer perfect for relaxing after diving, a dive centre, compressor room and restaurant, which offers a great breakfast and there are lots of restaurants nearby that offer great variety for lunch and dinner.
Nusa Lembongan has long been one of the most famous dive spots off Bali, more for the Mola mola,(between June and November) but also for the pristine reef and chance to catch sight of many pelagics, including manta, eagle rays, and sharks.
The coral reefs around Nusa Lembongan and the other islands are very healthy, with an incredibly diverse variety of creatures, and visibility is nearly always 15-25m. During June-October the water can be cooler and a 5mm wetsuit is advisable, most of the dive sites are only 10-20 minutes away
Mantas can be seen all year round in the south of Nusa Penida, our neighbouring island. The waters around sites like Manta Point are full of plankton, and this can attract sometimes seven or eight mantas at a time. This part of the island is a wild and remote area with dramatic sea cliffs rearing three hundred feet from the sea.
The mola mola (ocean sunfish) visit us for about four months of the year, another signature of diving Nusa Lembongan, Bali! The best time to see them is July-October. There are sightings on either side of these months, but generally these are less frequent. Mola mola can be seen at most of the dive sites, but Crystal Bay and Blue Corner are where they are seen the most. You can also see eagle rays, wobbegong, tuna, marbled rays, schools of snappers, jacks and shark at these sites.
|Number of Lodgings||10||Cuisine type||Breakfast only|
|Price range||€ 6.50-42||How served||Buffet|
|Transfer time||30 mins/1 hr||Snacks||Yes|
|Transfer Type||Car/ Boat|
|Transfer cost||€ 37.50 per person|
|Minimum stay||1 night||Other|
|Electric supply||24hrs 220v|
|Wifi||In Public areas||Spa||No|
|House reef||No||Courses offered||Yes|
|Shore Dives||No||Equipment Hire||Yes|
|Night Dives||Yes||No of dives /day||4|